Alright, we were at a Bonfire last night. Well turns out the area is a no burn township(was unaware of that). So the fire department was called and the cops showed up. There were underage drinkers there so they took off(I am underage but wasn't drinking... yet). So everybody scattered and just waited till the cops left. Well when they left, we went back and found that they had taken one girls purse and phone, and all the folding chairs that were there. So is it legal for them to take this stuff? We have been calling the girls phone to no answer. They left cards on some peoples cars telling them to call. I know of at least 2 that called and talked to the cops, let them know they had just left their cars there while they went out with other friends. I think the cops are just looking for who to blame for the fire. But the cops told the two girls that called them, that they did not have permission to have the cars on the property and were there illegaly. We know this to be bull****. THe kid who had the party, his grandparents own the property(which is behind a trucking company owned by another kid who was present), in the end the cops are just lieing and took property belonging to a bunch of people there. So am I out of my mind to think it is kind of bull**** of them to have done that? I mean all they'd have to do to figure who to blame is talk to the property owners.