The tone of that background news article was certainly … interesting. " colorful history of arrests for murder and insurance fraud", “suffering a bout of lung cancer”, etc.
Landscapers find car buried deep in yard of fancy Silicon Valley home, cadaver dogs on the scene
Drug sniffing dogs are very good at creating probable cause. /s
Yeah, “slight notification” sounds like the weasel words used after the cops tear apart your car and find no drugs.
I didn’t realize it was a recent sale. I assumed that this:
meant that it was sold in the 90s or early 2000s or so and would have been closer to a VIN date, narrowing the gap. Otherwise…
Dollars to doughnuts the car was reported stolen to get the insurance money.
I think it would have been much easier to just push it off a cliff at some secluded spot in the dead of night, but insurance scammers evince issues in the area of decision making.
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cadaver dogs on the scene
If you were going to kill someone, do you think you’d take the time to bury them and a whole car in your backyard? There has got to be a more efficient way to get rid of a body.
Not if you’re also trying to get rid of their car. Find no person and no car, then you have no idea if they just drove off to another city or what.
Find the car, you have a hint where they were, and possible evidence in the car as to what happened.
Guess we will find out if this was evidence of a crime or what or what.
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