friend who currently lives in Virginia and is down visiting for a few days)
and a friend of Andrew came over for dinner and a night of movies
as I think only
and I were
the only ones there who saw the film and it's baaaaaaad).
Anyway, Andrew and friend had met Mark where he works, then Mark drove them
down here to Condo Conner, leaving Andrew's car in the parking lot where
Mark works in Boca Raton. Upon returning they found Andrew's car broken
into and some items (nothing too important or expensive) stolen. It turned
out to be more annoying than anything else, as they had to wait for the Boca
Raton Police Crime Unit to show up. They eventually did and informed them
that the area (in north Boca Raton, along Clint Moore Rd) has had a rash of
car thefts—something like 30 in the recent past.
I suppose if you are going to steal items from a car, doing it in commercial
parks in Boca Raton (a very rich city) is the way to do it. Nice cars all
over the place—kind of the high tech Mecca of South Florida if you will.
But Mark did state that the female officers that did show up where
very cute. I'm going to have to ask my friend M about them—he
works in the Boca Raton Police Department. He may know them, or of them.
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