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Man carjacked in CBD, reports NOPD failed to show



Cameras from nearby businesses. The victim says it was normal, but he jumped out of the truck and tried to get out quickly. Before he knew it, someone was behind the wheel and the truck was going down the street. Well, everything was just a regular routine until it wasn’t so regular.I just got into the trailer’s tailgate to change the trash can and a car came. PATRICK VANDEWALLE owns a recycled pickup business and uses it to provide for his family. Just three days ago, when he went to pick up the trash, things suddenly took a turn for the worse. Then when I saw them right next to my car, that’s when I started to get a little suspicious. I jumped into the plane, jumped in from the passenger side and took off. He says he was in the truck because it was his livelihood. This is how I make my living. This is how I support my family. As you know, I have a newlywed wife. I have a two month old daughter. And you know, this is what literally puts food in their mouths, and that’s just one thing he scared me about. After the car took off, he ran to a bystander looking for his 911 phone. He says his wife and two-month-old baby waited for hours for the police, but no one showed up. And he is four hours from now. nothing happened. And you can’t just sit around for hours and have your family wait by the side of you who’ve just been robbed. He called dispatch at least 6 times and nothing happened. But the day after it happened someone found his trailer and left him a voicemail South of ATL He headed east down Wall Street and in the middle of the street Grabhis his Kane trailer . SOMEBODIES It all seems to have broken behind the truck. We contacted his NOPD and they said, as I quoted, the incident was then marked up as done on arrival. That is, the complainant or victim was not at the scene of reporting the crime. when the officer arrives. Hendricks says he feels the police response was not swift enough, allowing criminals to continue committing war crimes. If it takes them hours, if not a day or two, to show up by that time, they’ve moved on to the next crime. but he says he spoke to someone at the District 6 Police Department. And they say they’ve recovered his trailer.but for N

Man carjacked in CBD, reports NOPD failed to show

Henrik Vanderwall owns a recycled pickup business that he uses to provide for his family. Just three days ago, when he went to pick up a trash can, things suddenly took a turn for the worse.As Vanderwall got out of the truck and walked back, a car pulled up next to him at the intersection of Magazine and Notre. did. At about 7:30 a.m. on September 10, as Hendrick got out of the truck, the person driving the car without his plate stopped next to him, jumped in from the passenger side, and took off. After the car took off, he ran to his bystander and searched for a phone to call 911. He said he waited his four hours for police with his wife and two-month-old baby, but no one showed up. Hendrick said he felt the police’s quick response was inadequate and that he was allowing criminals to continue committing more crimes. “Initial information indicates that the caller reported that his truck had been stolen and the assailant fled the scene. The first call was received at 7:32 am. The case was later marked as arriving on arrival, New Orleans police said in a statement to WDSU, and has not yet been found.

Henrik Vanderwall owns a recycled pickup business that he uses to provide for his family. Just three days ago, when he went to pick up the trash, things took a turn for the worse.

At about 7:30 am on September 10, VanderWaal got out of the truck and walked backwards when the car pulled up next to him at the intersection of Magazine and Notre Dame streets.

As Hendrick got out of the truck, the driver of the unlicensed car pulled up next to him, jumped in on the passenger side, and took off.

After the car took off, he ran to a bystander to find a phone to call 911. He said he waited his four hours for police with his wife and two-month-old baby, but no one showed up.

Hendrick said he felt the police’s quick response was inadequate, allowing criminals to continue committing more crimes.

“Initial information indicates that the caller reported that his truck had been stolen and the assailant fled the scene. The first call was received at 7:32 am. “We were dispatched to the scene at 11:00 a.m. The case was subsequently marked as arriving upon arrival. Officers arrived,” the New Orleans Police Department said in a statement to WDSU.

As of September 13, the victim was contacted by the 6th District Police Department that a trailer attached to his truck had been found and recovered.

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