Monday, June 18, 2018

People v. Orozco (Cal. Ct. App. - June 18, 2018)

"On August 7, 2014, the police pulled Orozco over and a routine license plate check showed the car Orozco was driving had been reported stolen. Orozco was the vehicle's sole occupant, the car's ignition was damaged, and it was running without a key. The police report listed the car's value at $301."

A running vehicle that's only worth $301?!  A car that's worth only $301 and yet someone bothers to steal it?!

I wouldn't believe either proposition if I didn't see it in print.