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yeah good video it just sux cuz i new whos trailer that was it was i kid that live in town someone stole it from him and dumped it at start finish my buddy mark moved it to the dumpter cuz it was in the way of the kids track and wen those guys took it and thrashed it i dont think they picked any of it up its stuff like that that is ganna make BLM not let us race out there yes it was funny but pick it up so we can continue off roading in ocotillo
that trailer was used as a guest house at my aunts place for years, she gave it to someone in town awile back, when we went out to the track and saw it we figured somthing wasnt right,....we new those guys in the van would be up to no good the minute we saw them...I guess this is why the blm is needed
The last I saw the van, it was being put on the back of a flat bed tow rig getting impounded by the BLM Rangers.
I had heard that the guys involved with steeling and destroying the trailer were arrested and the van and what was left of the trailer were impounded. I guess the Imperial Valley police and BLM were both involved.
please check your P.MI arrived about 10 am on Friday, about 11 someone pulled the trailer up next to the dumpster and left it. The old spray painted van didnt arrive until sometime later. On saturday the van was cruising around after the race, made a pit row pass, went and picked up the trailer from the dumpster area, and then proceeded to pull it down pit row. They were picking up the wreckage (I have more video) but there was alot of papers and stuff that blew away in the high winds. The medical paperwork I picked up indicated the trailer was the home of a Bi-polar man from Imperial county. The van folks didnt seem to have been associated with the trailer until after the race.