[Noisebridge-discuss] Extremely sketchy event w/ bikes just now
sundquistjames at gmail.com
Thu Apr 11 19:18:14 UTC 2013
If the person with the bikes is a late 30's/40's Caucasian his presence has
been nothing, but obnoxious. A couple weeks ago he just continually buzzed
the door until people responded, simply so they could yell at him. At that
time he also picked up 2 or 3 bikes from the space.
On Thu, Apr 11, 2013 at 11:32 AM, Casey Callendrello <c1 at caseyc.net> wrote:
> He tailgated me going in. He said he had some bikes upstairs and wanted
> to work on them. It was initially difficult to tell that he was strung
> out. I kept a close eye on him for a while, including confronting him
> when it looked like he was going through the bike rack.
> On 4/11/13 2:13 AM, Jake wrote:
> > any idea how this sketchy person got in? Did he have a code or did
> > someone buzz him in? what time did he come to the space?
> > does anyone know his name?
> > can anyone post more information about the entire interaction, and
> > tell us who might know more?
> > this sounds like kindof a big deal.
> > -jake
> > Sai wrote:
> > Someone who seemed to be significantly disturbed (tweaking?) was just
> > hustled out of Noisebridge and asked not to return except at a
> > meeting.
> > He took with him several bikes that he claimed to have been working
> > on. We're not sure whether they were in fact his, or whether he just
> > stole them.
> > Here's short video of him leaving: http://youtu.be/r1hGw_dL90Q (sorry
> > I didn't get better footage).
> > 1. If you can confirm who owns the bikes in the video, or who the
> > person is, please speak up.
> > 2. If you are storing your bike at Noisebridge, please lock it, and
> > please label it prominently with your name.
> > 3. Please don't store your bike at Noisebridge for long periods of
> > time, or we will probably think it's abandoned property.
> > When something like this happens, we have very little time to decide
> > how to respond appropriately.
> > It would be very helpful for us to have an easy way whom a bike
> > belongs to, so that we know whether we're dealing with a thief (in
> > which case I would call the police to make an arrest) vs someone who's
> > just being a dick with the space (in which case I think it's
> > appropriate to ask them to leave).
> > Thanks,
> > - Sai
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