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okie
09-02-2004, 01:21
Stupid Criminals...


Investigating a purse snatching, Brunswick, Georgia,
detectives picked up a man who fit the thief's description
and drove him back to the scene. He was told to exit the
car and face the victim for an I.D. The suspect dutifully eyed
the victim, and blurted, "Yeah, that's the woman I robbed."
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In Nashville, they tell of Fred "Bubba" Johnson, the burglar
who fell asleep on the sofa of the home he was robbing,
only to be awakened by police.
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In Thibodaux, Louisiana, a robber with a thick Cajun accent
couldn't get restaurant patrons to understand his demand
for money. Frustrated, he whipped out his gun, but it
wouldn't fire. Grabbing the cash register, he ran -- but got
only three feet before falling down. The register was still
plugged into the wall... Unplugging it, he tried again, but a
regular diner decked him and called police.
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In Rhode Island, cops were sure they had the right guy
when the suspect in a string of coin-machine thefts
proceeded to pay his $400 bail... entirely in quarters.
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Texas authorities, responding to a store robbery, seized a
man who was fleeing naked. When asked about his choice
of attire, he said he'd stripped after the job because he
figured his clothes would make him identifiable. . .
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Lawrence, Kansas - Officers tracked a midnight thief who
prided himself on his running speed by following the red
lights on his high-tech tennis shoes. . .
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In Virginia, a janitor went to great lengths to avoid I.D. in a
7-Eleven robbery, using a ski mask and rental car for the
occasion. But he also wore his work uniform, which said
"Cedar Woods Apartments" and had his name, Dwayne,
stitched across the front. . .

VANMAN
09-02-2004, 09:04
"Investigating a purse snatching, Brunswick, Georgia, detectives picked up a man who fit the thief's description and drove him back to the scene. He was told to exit the car and face the victim for an I.D. The suspect dutifully eyed the victim, and blurted, "Yeah, that's the woman I robbed."

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vafish
09-03-2004, 10:21
Originally posted by VANMAN
"Investigating a purse snatching, Brunswick, Georgia, detectives picked up a man who fit the thief's description and drove him back to the scene. He was told to exit the car and face the victim for an I.D. The suspect dutifully eyed the victim, and blurted, "Yeah, that's the woman I robbed."

^b ~1 ;z ~1 ^b

I guess he missed the part about "You have the right to remain silent"