Electric car owner arrested for ‘stealing’ 5 cents of power

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Police: ‘He broke the law. He something that wasn’t

Not since Arlo Guthrie himself behind bars in the Restaurant Massacree has an alleged been locked up over so Demonstrating a shocking lack of sense, police in Georgia arrested a man for stealing electricity a school where he plugged his car in for 20 during his son’s tennis

Value of the allegedly stolen 5 cents, according to one expert, I’m sure your may vary.

He said that he was to charge me with theft by because I was taking power, from the school, Kaveh told a Georgia television Kamooneh says he had charged his car for 20 drawing about a nickel’s of juice. Don Francis of Clean Atlanta, an electric vehicle group, says the estimate of cents is accurate.

I’m not sure how much he stole, said Chamblee Sergeant Ernesto Ford, but he It doesn’t matter. He broke the He stole something that his.

Call me soft on if you like, but I’m thinking a warning would have in this case. And, I can imagine all kinds of scenarios charging your car on someone dime might rise to the of a crime. That’s an issue will need to be addressed as the use of cars grows.

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But this isn’t your case.

While the police says he could have Kamooneh right then and that’s not what happened. the Chamblee police — apparently eradicated real in their community — investigated and once they that Kamooneh did not have to plug in, went to his home and him. Eleven days the alleged theft.

Made him do the perp walk. And the man more than 15 hours in lockup. Yes, really.

though it may appear to some, the action is not unprecedented. A post charging one’s electric car permission on EVelectricity.com notes: You may to ask as some car owners have being written up for stealing Sometimes it is better to ask for forgiveness to ask for permission.

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Whatever approach you go make sure you think it

Especially if you find yourself in Georgia.

Of course, Kamooneh is by no the first to cadge an unauthorized for his car. A quick search this post by blogger Dugdale that shows a owner copping an apparently charge at Denver International I hear that DIA actually have spots for electric to charge up for free, Dugdale

A commenter on that blog no big deal in the airport incident, but a possible unintended consequence:

It just be considered part of the rate. It would be like after the 5 cents of electricity steal form the airport to their laptop into the at the gate (if they can find Honestly, I think the person who did is lucky that the normal car roaming the lot doesn’t know extension cord is worth $200.

Now what do you think would if you walked into the police in Chamblee, Georgia and reported the of a $200 extension cord?

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