By Chris - 20/11/2012 05:03 - United States - Lakewood
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You better hope she didn't take more than the stuff that was her's...
24- Erm, yes, actually. If they did take things that OP could prove were his, I'm sure he could present the evidence to other (unbiased) officers, explain the situation, and probably get the items back. Either that or he could ask his ex, though given the situation, that option is not probable.
That's very unprofessional of them. I'm pretty sure you did nothing wrong, you just broke up. There's no need for them to be "watching you". OP's Ex needs to move on instead of making a big deal.
You must have loved her so much, that you didn't care to ask about her parents.
Actually if she had requested a civil stand by telling them that there may be issues in getting her things they were within their job and power. The whole we're watching you thing was a bit much though.