Thunderdome 2020 Begins – Philadelphia Police Will Not Arrest for Burglary or Theft Due to Coronavirus…

As an outcome of short-sighted coronavirus issues, the Philadelphia police department has announced they will no longer be arresting suspects for retail theft, auto theft, burglary, narcotics or other “non violent” offenses.  Instead they will write tickets, release the suspects and address the criminality later on.  Now watch what happens.

CTH saw the instructions earlier today (see below) but we did not want to immediately distribute the information.  It should be remembered the current Philadelphia police commissioner, Danielle Outlaw (pictured left), is a social justice  activist from Portland, Oregon.

Unfortunately, there is a predictive element to this.  Perhaps some are familiar with the post Hurricane Andrew experience in Homestead and Miami-Dade.

The only thing standing between law-abiding citizens and those who would take their possessions is an ability to defend your own property.  This is now the Philadelphia reality.

In response to the COVID-19 outbreak, Philadelphia police officers have been instructed to stop making arrests for certain non-violent crimes.

The department said individuals who would normally be arrested and processed at a detective division, will be temporarily detained to confirm identification and complete necessary paperwork. The individual will then be a arrested at a later date on an arrest warrant. (read more)

Beware, the law of unintended consequences.

Here’s the leaked guidance.  You can easily predict the problem with this policy:

From the instructions above…. Non-violent offenses include: All narcotics offenses. Theft from persons. Retail theft. Theft from auto. Burglary. Vandalism. All bench warrants. Stolen auto. “Economic crimes” (ie. looting, bad checks, fraud) and finally Prostitution.

Those offenders will be immediately released after documentation.

This is the exact issue that drives the need for law-abiding citizens to the second amendment for protection when the police openly admit they will not protect people or property.

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449 Responses to Thunderdome 2020 Begins – Philadelphia Police Will Not Arrest for Burglary or Theft Due to Coronavirus…

  1. JCM800 says:

    Change occurs when the pain of staying the same is greater that the pain of change.
    I believe most will exercise their Constitutional Rights when it is too painful to ignore them.
    Eventually, they will say, “Don’t Tread on Me”, if they are able to speak at all.


  2. jenncarp2013 says:

    This is appalling! My Lord, even if the situation was so bad that it called for this response, which I don’t think it is personally, but if it were, why on Earth would you make an ANNOUNCEMENT of it? It like they want to let loose the chaos or something??? 🤯

    Liked by 5 people

    • Peoria Jones says:

      Yes, it reads like an invitation. The people running this city aren’t simply Dem’s, they’re subversives.

      Liked by 2 people

      • Exurban says:

        That certainly applies to Philadelphia District Attorney Lawrence Krasner, elected with financial help from George Soros. He has more to do with this than the police chief does.

        Looking on the bright side, so to speak — Philadelphia is a Democrat city full of liberals in favor of going easy on crime, controlling guns, packing people densely into multi-unit housing, discouraging private cars in favor of mass transit, and outsourcing all possible manufacturing to China. Let them enjoy the fruits of their labor.


      • agproof says:

        Poster Child for “Stupid is as Stupid Does.”


    • Jimmy Jack says:

      That’s exactly what the left wants – chaos and anarchy. This gives them the opportunity to take powers they don’t rightly have when people start to panic and turn to the government for help. This is all intentional.

      Liked by 2 people

  3. Jimmy Jack says:

    I think these SJW activists are as usual, not letting a crisis go to waste, and using Coronavirus to implement their decarceration plan.

    Praying for good people in urban areas right now, especially in urban areas where citizens have been largely disarmed.

    Liked by 1 person

  4. III% says:

    Let me inject a little sanity here. There are going to be a LOT of places doing this same thing for many reasons:
    1) To protect officers coming into contact with the armadillo flu
    2) To keep jail staff and inmates from coming into contact with the armadillo flu

    In case you didn’t know, they are postponing courts, closing court houses, etc etc etc.

    In our society, when people sue over hurt feelings, the risk must be mitigated. State, county, and city attorneys all over the country and looking at CDC recommendations and Supreme Court edicts, and giving the marching orders to the rest. Their job is to limit the probability of being sued.


    • TonyE says:

      Hmmm… so I can get on the freeway, do 90 and if pulled over I start coughing telling the CHP I don’t feel too well and I’m trying to get home ASAP?

      Even if I’m on the way to Vegas, smoking a cigar, on the 15?

      Perhaps I was confused… cough, cough, sneeze, cough…. hmphrrr…. which way is the coast? 😉

      Hey, sign me up.

      On another note…. that Chief of Police… lemme see… her credentials would be experience, gender, race, her politics…. three out of four, huh?

      Liked by 1 person

  5. GTOGUY says:

    Sadly, what we will see is an increase in violence when citizens will be forced to defend their own residences and property from those criminals who use the weakness of the Judicial system to the disadvantage of law abiding citizens.


  6. czarowniczy says:

    California’s been doing this to a degree under the Reduced Penalties for the Some Crimes Initiative. Theft of property valued at less than $950 is now a misdemeanor and can be treated with a citation.
    Hey, welcome to Obama’s dream version of the Homeboy’s Shopping Network.

    Liked by 3 people

  7. John k Andresen says:

    Why not fire all the police , why should we pay for the police who refuse to protect us from criminals ???


  8. Greg says:

    All of the politicians and leaders of the city (police chief included) need to have their home and any personal business addresses publicly posted.


  9. RightAroundTheBlock says:

    This is so offensive.


  10. PInky1920 says:

    All she’s doing is giving the all clear for more black on white crime.

    She looks like a crackhead.


  11. lettruthspeak says:

    Even if you were intending to do this why in the hell would you ever make it public. Philadelphia, just another iconic, leftist failure of a city. No brains, no common sense, no diversity when it comes to political parties.

    Liked by 1 person

  12. Deplorable_Vespucciland says:

    Guess with that coming $1,000 per adult fed freebie some will be buying shotguns and ammo? Saw a gunstore in Tennessee giving away a 6-pack of toilet paper with any new purchase.


  13. James says:

    look at the crazy eyes on that demon


  14. namberak says:

    The inevitable result of this reminded me of Hurricane Katrina. Let me explain… I grew up in New Orleans (came north to go to college and stayed). Let’s just say that “laissez les bons temps rouler” isn’t just a slogan, it’s a way of life. The family had discussed what would happen should a hurricane ever run straight over the top of the city and all proposed scenarios were grim. So, Katrina’s bearing down on NOLA and by then my folks had moved away ages before so no worries about family fortunately. I gave them a the evening it was going to hit the city to talk about it and as we’re about to hang up, I rhetorically asked, ‘How soon after the eye rolls over town do you suppose the looting will start?’ My mother immediately asked, ‘What makes you think it hasn’t already?’ Indeed …


  15. CA M says:

    Time to GET OUT OF PHILLY!

    And, as someone from Oregon, I just want to apologize for all the radical wackadoodles we seem to attract / create. Many of the police officers in Portland and surrounding areas, who began their careers when the state was still largely conservative, are struggling under this death cult of liberalism. Many are just trying to make it to early retirement.

    Liked by 2 people

  16. Auwtsnae says:

    This should add a new twist to the legal interpretation of the Public Duty Doctrine.


  17. askandgettruth says:

    you mean this city of brotherly love will let crime take over??


  18. Chief says:

    I winder if you call and ask them to pick up the lifeless body of an…
    All narcotics offenses
    Theft from persons
    Retail theft
    Theft from auto
    Stolen auto
    Economic crimes (bad checks, fraud)
    …they will respond?


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