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By Chelsea / Wednesday 27 February 2013 22:39 / United States - Aurora
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  AKGirlinSD  |  20

Similar thing happened to my neighbor. The guy was homeless and was trying to steal his bike. My neighbor did a citizens arrest but would have knocked the crap out of the thief, if he wasn't a teacher.

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  buckerado  |  19

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By  pickles1994  |  18

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  pickles1994  |  18

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I'd like to thank my mom, who has always been there for me! My dad. My brothers, NOah, JUAN and sister CARAHs. The mailman for always delivering on time! And wow, the list goes on..

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  pickles1994  |  18

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  CamcAmIaM  |  10

I don't know what nationality OP is, but in Canada I think you can only do a citizen's arrest when you find someone committing an indictable (more serious than bike theft) offence, or they're being "freshly pursued" by lawful authority.

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  pickles1994  |  18

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  CamcAmIaM  |  10

Well, S.494 of the Criminal Code states that; "Any one may arrest without a warrant (a) a person whom he finds committing an indictable offence; OR (b) a person who, on reasonable grounds, he believes (i) has committed a criminal offence AND (ii) is escaping from and freshly pursued by persons who have lawful authority." So, in this case, yes, it does have to be an indictable offence.

By  A100893  |  30

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By  iAlissa  |  34

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