• You would think if someone decides to rob a place it's probably best NOT to leave anything behind. If you have to leave something try not to drop your resume and cell phone. That's precisely what Erin Sullivan did during a string of home invasions. The 39-year-old left a binder with his resume inside one of the homes. He'd previously left his cell phone in another house. Sullivan is now being charged with theft and multiple counts of burglary.
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  • I would imagine MOST businesses have some sort of security system. Someone should have told this MASTER criminal! Police in Columbia, Maryland are looking for the woman who broke into a McDonald's through the drive-thru window...and helped herself to some food. According to security footage, the woman spent about a half hour in the store, gathering fries, soda, and money. She did cover her face, but only after cameras got a good, full look at her mug. Cops are asking for the public's help in ID-ing her.
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  • Mustafa Mboob needs to working on his technique! He is accused of stealing a car from a CVS parking lot in Manchester, Connecticut. That's stupid enough. What's really dumb? When police followed him back to his house, he made his way inside, to his bed, and claimed he had been sleeping the whole time. Another man who was in the house explained that he thought Mboob was drunk. Sure enough, the 27-year-old failed field sobriety tests. All in all, he's being charged with operating under the influence, interfering with police, failure to obey a stop sign and failure to obey an officer’s signal.
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  • It's hard to believe that they even have to make this statement! Police in Hopkinton, Massachusetts are asking residents not to make their own license plates. Seems like an obvious enough request, but after they spotted one made out of a pizza box with numbers drawn on with marker, they decided to make an official plea.
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  • If you are in court because you violated your bond on a drug charge...you should probably leave your cocaine AT HOME. But Juan Jose Vidrio Bibriesca didn't think about that and is now behind bars. The best part? How he got caught. While standing in front of a judge, Bibriesca removed his hat and a wad of coke fell to the floor. Thanks to security footage, authorities were able to prove the narcotics came from 43-year-old Bibriesca. He's now facing a drug possession charge on top of his bond violations.
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  • At 10:30 this morning a co-worker and I decide to venture out to a local coffee shop after I wrapped up my time on the air. As we are walking by one of the bushes in front of the radio station we see THIS!!! As a sign of the digital age we live in what was the first thing we do? Grab our phones and take some pics.
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  • Who out there would like a motorized shopping cart? 32-year-old Rondell Tony Chinuhuk REALLY WANTED ONE! According to local Fairbanks, Alaska police, Chinuhuk was caught on security camera trying to make a break for it from a grocery store. It took 10 minutes to catch up with him. Since the electric shopping cart is worth $25-hundred, Chinuhuk is facing a felony theft charge. What would you do with it???
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  • Since 1845 election day has ALWAYS been on a Tuesday. Stupidity has been around much longer. Douglas Shuttlesworth showed up to his Harrisburg, Pennsylvania polling place ready to exercise his civic duty but there were two problems. First, he was a day early. Second, he was drunk. The 34-year-old was hit with a DUI because he drove himself to the soon-to-be polls.

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