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4 minutes ago, Clemfield2622 said:

I don't deny this, but none of it adds up. Sorry if that's inconvenient. 

 

Sounds like a good friend, though. Leaving a 100k+ car sitting feet from train tracks and abandoning it. I'm sure it was totally innocent. 


Were any laws broken?  Do you want to launch a full-scale investigation to find something?  

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7 minutes ago, Doc said:


Were any laws broken?  Do you want to launch a full-scale investigation to find something?  

A few months back in my town, an off duty police officer drove his car through a fence at a local elementary school. He left the car and fled the scene. He turned himself in the next morning. Of course by then he had sobered up, so he could not be charged with anything more than fleeing the scene of an MVA. 

 

Were laws broken? Likely. Fortunately, nobody was hurt. 

 

Again, we have no idea if Diggs was involved, but this was likely a very lucky outcome. 

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2 hours ago, Clemfield2622 said:

Far be it from me to call Diggs a liar. I certainly hope nothing nefarious occurred. But the car was found on Sunday morning and as recently as 3 days ago Diggs has Instagram posts showing him somewhere with palm trees.

 

Maybe he went down after it happened, who knows?

 

Oh, c'mon man.  First, there are plenty of palm trees in places other than Miami - Florida, Gulf coast, S. Cali, Caribbean, etc.  Even Ireland has palm trees FFS!
 

Second, it's pretty well known I think that Diggs trains off-season at House of Athlete or Bommaritos in Miami and Receiver Factory in (I think) Ft Lauderdale.  But he flies around in a private jet.  He can be pretty much anywhere, any time.  He could be in Cabo San Lucas on Sunday nite and Miami on Monday morning.

 

55 minutes ago, papazoid said:

someone who wouldn't pass a sobriety test

hopefully nothing surfaces that shows diggs in florida in and around that time

 

Diggs doesn't need to be not anyplace with palm trees, he doesn't need to be not anyplace in Florida, he just needs to have not been in the car when the abandonment happened.  And he only needs that because his representatives said he wasn't in Florida at the time.

 

The flat tire may or may not have occurred or been a problem - I don't see why a Mercedes G wagon wouldn't have run-flat tires -  but as someone else astutely observed, there are a bunch of strip clubs and casinos in the vicinity of Miami Airport Station. 

 

It seems probable that someone experienced a bit of trouble staying on the road, may or may not have had a flat tire as a cause or as a result of this, may have called for roadside assistance, then realized that the car's position combined with their current state might want 'splainin if law enforcement showed up, so the best thing to do was beat feet outta there by taxi or Uber and sort the situation later.

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4 minutes ago, Hapless Bills Fan said:

 

Oh, c'mon man.  First, there are plenty of palm trees in places other than Miami - Florida, Gulf coast, S. Cali, Caribbean, etc.  Even Ireland has palm trees FFS!
 

Second, it's pretty well known I think that Diggs trains off-season at House of Athlete or Bommaritos in Miami and Receiver Factory in (I think) Ft Lauderdale.  But he flies around in a private jet.  He can be pretty much anywhere, any time.  He could be in Cabo San Lucas on Sunday nite and Miami on Monday morning.

 

 

Diggs doesn't need to be not anyplace with palm trees, he doesn't need to be not anyplace in Florida, he just needs to have not been in the car when the abandonment happened.  And he only needs that because his representatives said he wasn't in Florida at the time.

 

The flat tire may or may not have occurred or been a problem - I don't see why a Mercedes G wagon wouldn't have run-flat tires -  but as someone else astutely observed, there are a bunch of strip clubs and casinos in the vicinity of Miami Airport Station. 

 

It seems probable that someone experienced a bit of trouble staying on the road, may or may not have had a flat tire as a cause or as a result of this, may have called for roadside assistance, then realized that the car's position combined with their current state might want 'splainin if law enforcement showed up, so the best thing to do was beat feet outta there by taxi or Uber and sort the situation later.

I can vouch, he wasn't the one who abandoned it...I was🧐

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25 minutes ago, Clemfield2622 said:

Sounds like a good friend, though. Leaving a 100k+ car sitting feet from train tracks and abandoning it. I'm sure it was totally innocent. 

 

At a guess, Diggs younger brother, Dallas cornerback Trevon Diggs, may have been involved.  He seems to live and train with Stefon in the off season.

 

If I were Stefon and my younger bro (or even my friend) called me at 3 ack emma and said "I was out clubbing and ran your G-wagon off the road near the airport, I think the tire is flat, I called a tow truck", I would say "Lil', forget the tow truck, GTFO of there, Now, and we'll send someone after the car in the morning". 

At that point you're not concerned about $100k car, you're concerned about 1) running into the wrong police officers and having them cause you bodily harm in the process of finding out no, the car isn't stolen 2) having sobriety tests administered at the scene where you were driving a vehicle, and failing them

Diggs earned $14.8M last year.  His game-day paycheck was >$800k.  He could buy like, 5 of them cars (after taxes) from 1 weeks pay.

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Just now, DrDawkinstein said:

This seems like some folks making a mountain out of absolutely nothing.

 

Who cares why it was abandoned? No laws have been broken. Diggs can afford it, even if he had to replace the entire truck.


Yup. Much ado about nothing, much like last years EO incident. 

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2 hours ago, Clemfield2622 said:

Uh, I did. 

 

The police had the car towed. Did it have a flat at the time? Or had it been repaired and left in the bizarre location?

Re-read the article while pretending you’re a Patriots fan.  Then you’ll understand exactly what WEO is saying.

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2 minutes ago, without a drought said:

I don't see any problem. Any time I borrow my friend's new corvette. I beat the piss out of it till I run out of gas or put it in a ditch. Then I just call an Uber.

I don’t believe it.  Like you have a friend 

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21 minutes ago, Albany,n.y. said:

College ADs leave abandoned Mercedes all the time, usually in front of a top recruit's house with the keys & a title in the glovebox.  

 

Do they leave a fully-paid insurance policy with it?

 

43 minutes ago, Clemfield2622 said:

A few months back in my town, an off duty police officer drove his car through a fence at a local elementary school. He left the car and fled the scene. He turned himself in the next morning. Of course by then he had sobered up, so he could not be charged with anything more than fleeing the scene of an MVA. 

 

Were laws broken? Likely. Fortunately, nobody was hurt. 

 

Again, we have no idea if Diggs was involved, but this was likely a very lucky outcome. 

 

There's nothing saying the car was driven through a fence, or into a lightpost, or anything else that could be described as an accident.

What laws do you believe were broken in the described Mercedes abandonment?

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