Friday, February 5, 2010

Plowman Pulling a Durham?

On January 14, 2010, Lincoln Plowman put his Craftsman tool bench up for sale on Craig's List for $1,500. On January 15, 2010, he listed an extensive comic book collection for $1,000.

Why would a guy sell a work bench? After all, he's a guy. And why sell a comic collection that you've obviously taken quite a while to compile? I get Durham's sell-off. He knew he was in trouble. So can we conclude Plowman knew he'd need money shortly, given he started selling stuff two weeks before he handed over his badge? After all, Jim Voyles' brilliance doesn't come cheaply.

Here's something else that's intriguing, if maybe just to me. What's with Plowman saying he's a "private investigator" when he applied for four scanner frequency licenses? Why would a guy need that stuff if he works for IMPD? If it's because he's doing side jobs, what jobs? When does a city-county councilor and major with IMPD have time to do side jobs? Makes you wonder who might be having equipment they shouldn't have.

The onion is unraveling around the GOP, and each layer seems to smell worse.

UPDATE: The FCC license request is from 2004. But what's interesting is that under "contact information," Plowman lists Skylines Unlimited out of Carlisle, Pennsylvania. Huh?


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3 comments:

Indy Student said...

Um..

I'm a comic book fan.

Wonder if he's still got anything. None of it is OVERTLY valuable or hard to find, but it'd be cheaper from him than the used section of a comic book store.

So not so much thanks for the reporting, but thanks for the good Craigslist find!

Anonymous said...

Plowman: Southside version of Durham?

Anonymous said...

Motion for receivor for Fair Finance:

http://dmlaws.com/CmsData/Site/Documents/10.02.04_Motion_for_Appointment_of_Receiver.pdf

the ugly truth:

http://dmlaws.com/CmsData/Site/Documents/10.02.04_Motion_for_Appointment_of_Receiver.pdf