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  1. It would be Bear to be logged in when someone accessed his computer or phone. Yeah, that would be me as i never log out. There isn't a reason to as I am the only person using my computer.. I have to say though I was taken a back when I saw Bear Murphy was active. I knew reaching back from beyond is something Bear would highly desire, but I didn't think he could pull it off. Then again, with help anything can make it appear as such. Maybe that person will add a reply. RIP Bear, you know we all Care!
  2. I get so many newer vehicles that are damage to the point the engine is dislodged. I hate calling a rollback for something I was always able to transport with a regular tow truck and dollies if needed. However, the risk of the engine falling out is not something I am willing to take when there is an alternative. Wow, the old guys would be furious to here me say this today. I assure you it is not something I uttered just a few years ago.
  3. Devon Banks asked this question: Where are the best places to eat and drink in Baltimore? Any secret spots the locals love? We'll be adding a list here over the next week.
  4. WYANDANCH, NY — A 25-year-old man is seriously injured after his moped struck a tow truck Sunday morning in Wyandanch, Suffolk County Police said. The man was driving a 2004 Madami moped going northbound in the southbound lanes of Straight Path near Levy Boulevard at a high speed, police said. At about 3:49a.m., police said the moped struck a 2011 Hino tow truck that was picking up a disabled vehicle. The driver of the moped was taken to Good Samaritan Hospital Medical Center in West Islip for treatment of serious injuries, police said. The tow truck driver, who was inside the truck at the time of the crash, was not injured, police said. Detectives are asking anyone with information on this crash to call the First Squad at 631-854-8152. RESOURCE LINK
  5. Tow truck driver killed in Pocatello crash Police say the man lost control and rolled the truck early Monday morning. POCATELLO, Idaho — A tow truck driver died in a crash on Interstate 15 early Monday morning. The single-vehicle wreck happened at 5:53 a.m. on the northbound side of the interstate in Pocatello. According to Idaho State Police, the driver of the 2007 Freightliner tow truck went into the median, then overcorrected, swerving back onto the roadway. The 62-year-old lost control, and the tow truck rolled. The driver, who was wearing a seatbelt, died in the crash. His name has not been released. Pocatello Police Department, Bannock County Coroner, and the Bannock County Sheriff's Office all assisted ISP with the crash. RESOURCE LINK UPDATE: The Bannock County Coroner’s Office, in cooperation with Idaho State Police and the Bannock County Sheriff’s Office, has confirmed the identity of the deceased following the fatality crash northbound on Interstate 15 in Pocatello on Oct. 18. Deceased: Jerrold William Rhoden of Chubbuck, 62-year-old male Next of kin has been notified. The incident remains under investigation by Idaho State Police. RESOURCE LINK
  6. police suspect homicide: ALPENA TOWNSHIP, MI – The body of a missing 31-year-old woman was found in a wooded area in Northern Michigan over the weekend, police said. They believe her death was a homicide. Abby Hill had been missing since Oct. 5. Acting on a tip, troopers from the Michigan State Police Alpena Post responded to a wooded area in Alpena Township on Friday, Oct. 15, and found what they believe to be Hill’s body, Police said- A positive identification has not yet been made, police said. An autopsy is scheduled for today, Oct. 18, to determine cause of death. Hill had previously been identified as one of three people who allegedly called a tow truck, held the driver at gunpoint and had him drive them to a location on Sept. 21. She was wanted for kidnapping and felon in possession of a firearm related to that incident. Joshua Wirgau was also identified in that group; he is a person of interest in the suspicious death of 18-year-old Brynn Bills whose body was found buried on his property on Sept. 28. The location where they allegedly had the tow truck driver drop them off was recently searched. https://www.mlive.com/news/2021/10/missing-woman-31-found-dead-in-northern-michigan-woods-police-suspect-homicide.html
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