Author’s Laptop Computer Stolen By Californian in Reno’s Amtrak Station Waiting Room
Dateline: First Sunday in Lent – February 22, 2015
1600 – 1630 hrs. PST
Street-Level Depot Waiting Room in Reno Amtrak Depot
Buck Dailey’s Hewlett Packard laptop computer was literally stolen from under his nose while the author of “Lessons Learned From Dogs” and “Confessions of An Oenophile – An American Family Cookbook” fell asleep while awaiting for the arrival of an eastbound California-Chicago Zephyr.
Thanks to the good work of Sergeant Dye’s police department crew, including Patrolman Wozniak, the invaluable plastic HP 15 with loads and loads of data on the hard disk was recovered and returned to the author within one (1) hour.
City of Reno Officer Wozniak found the suspect with the stolen laptop in a nearby pawn shop. The pawn shop’s estimated value of the item was only $80.00.
Posted on February 22, 2015, in Homeless and Transitional Living, Humor, movies and film, Public Health & Safety, Risk Management, Socioeconomics and tagged crime, Reno. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.