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Monday, December 11, 2006

Not-stolen car recovered at Arrowhead

A Kansas City Chiefs fan got good news at yesterday's otherwise bad-news game when the car he had reported stolen at the Nov. 23 Broncos game was recovered in the parking lot.
Chiefs personnel patrolling the Arrowhead parking lot early Sunday saw the car, ran the tag through Kansas City police and found the vehicle had been reported stolen from the parking lot Nov. 23, said Sgt. Rick Sticken. The car had apparently sat there the whole time.
The recovery was a bright spot in a game that otherwise featured 30 mph gusts of wind and a 20-10 loss to the Baltimore Ravens.
"It was an extremely somber game," said Sticken, police security supervisor at the stadium. "The fans were subdued."
One fan's car window was smashed and a purse stolen, he said. There was an arrest for disorderly conduct and two property damage reports.


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