|Posted by cavemonkey|
well i guess it was worth a try.... Think the owner is crazy enough to chase someone down into the silos?
No the owner lives out of state, and may even be dead by now (he's pretty old).
|Posted by scourge|
Probably not, but he (or his neighbors) will call the sheriff on ya, and with only one way in/out of the base, he can just wait for you at the entrance.
The neighbors are rarely the problem.
Sheriffs' Deputies drive up to the fence every once in awhile. If they see a vehicle on the property, they'll wait until you come out (no one will come in after you).
Thing is, the county is over 400 square miles, and there's only, like, four deputies.
I've left my car on property 3 times, each in excess of 2 hours, and have not been caught yet.
A friend of mine, however, got picked up on his 4th visit...
Getting caught on the property is regular trespassing, but it's something like a C-felony if they know you were inside.
Best bet is to park a car in town, and bring bicycles you can stash inside the complex.