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‘Should have kept your mouth shut Einstein’: Perth police tweet hoodie crime Australia

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It’s the classic case of the hoodie that couldn’t hide the crim – but exposed the crime.

You would think a thief would have tried to keep a low profile.

But this one blew his cover by mouthing off to police before getting busted for a stolen hoodie.

It wasn’t exactly sophisticated detective work that nabbed the crook – the security tag was still attached to the jumper.

“Still wearing the tag on the hoodie you stole,” Perth police tweeted during Operation Sweep.

“Should have kept your mouth shut Einstein!!”

But the hood has stiff local competition if he’s to claim the title of WA’s dumbest thief.

Two men were recently filmed trying to steal a camera on the outskirts of Perth – the same camera that caught them in the act.

Then there was the dope’s things-to-do list where a bent scribe etched out plans to smoke pot and eat chips and gravy, though more an act of stupidity than a crime of the thieving kind.


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Henry Zeigland thought he had escaped death when he broke up with his girlfriend in 1883. She killed herself due to the incident, causing her brother to go after Henry with a gun. The brother thought he shot and killed Henry, so he offed himself… but the bullet only grazed Henry’s face and stuck in a tree behind him. Years later, Henry decided to cut down the tree and used dynamite to accomplish the task. The explosion caused the bullet to shoot out of the tree and straight into his head, killing him instantly. That bullet certainly had his name on it.


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POLICE HUMOUR & JOKES-Meant to kill the dog but killed himself

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The Sentence That Can’t Be Appealed: Police in Pinellas Park, Fla., were pretty familiar with Dennis Eugene Emery, 57 — they had 34 “contacts” with him in two years, including arrests for domestic battery, aggravated assault, resisting arrest, and leaving the scene of a crash. They were called to his house again after he had a fight with his wife. Officers say that the fight escalated and Emery went and got a gun, and was threatening to shoot one of the family’s dogs. As he backed down from that threat, he uncocked the pistol — as it was pointed at his face. He shot himself, and was killed. (RC/St. Petersburg Tribune) …Emery’s final arrest was by Officer Darwin.

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POLICE HUMOUR & JOKES-These People Crack Me Up

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These People Crack Me Up: A man called police in Hoover, Ala., to report a woman driving erratically. The caller also alleged that she was smoking crack cocaine — and had a child in the car. Officers located the car in a parking lot, and when one of them approached the vehicle, he saw Bari Williams, 44, allegedly with a crack pipe in her hand. When Williams rolled down the window, the officer said the “smell of burnt crack cocaine was overwhelming.” Williams got out of the car, saying she was a social worker and the pipe was her husband’s, but eventually allegedly confessed to smoking the crack herself. Williams was arrested, and the 5-year-old girl in the vehicle was taken into protective custody. Further investigation determined that Williams is indeed a social worker — she’s a case manager at a substance abuse treatment center. (MS/Birmingham News) …When she tells her clients, “I know what you’re going through,” she’s not kidding

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Can You Just Picture This? In Britain, guns were outlawed, so only outlaws have guns. Except for an unnamed 34-year-old man who attempted to rob a store in Cambridge, England. He apparently couldn’t get his hands on a real gun, so he threatened store staff that he would kill them — while holding up a photograph of a gun. The clerks didn’t feel terribly threatened: they called police, who quickly apprehended the man. Officers didn’t think he was much of a threat to society either: “He was released on police bail,” a police spokesman said, and ordered him to return to face charges in two months. (RC/Cambridge News) …The indigent man was promised appropriate counsel — a photograph of a lawyer.

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Phillip Hewitson, an elderly man, from Norwich UK, was going up to bed, when his wife told him that he’d left the light on in the garden shed, which she could see from the bedroom window. Phillip opened the back door to go turn off the light, but saw that there were people in the shed stealing things.

He phoned the police, who asked “Is someone in your house?”

He said “No,” but some people are breaking into my garden shed and stealing from me.

Then the police dispatcher said “All patrols are busy. You should lock your doors and an officer will be along when one is available.”

Phillip said, “Okay.”

He hung up the phone and counted to 30.

Then he phoned the police again.

“Hello, I just called you a few seconds ago because there were people stealing things from my shed. Well you don’t have to worry about them now because I just shot them.” and he hung up.

Within five minutes, Six Police Cars, a SWAT Team, a Helicopter, two Fire Trucks, a Paramedic, and an Ambulance showed up at the Hewitson`s’ residence, and caught the burglars red-handed.

One of the Policemen said to Phillip, “I thought you said that you’d shot them!”

Phillip said, “I thought you said there was nobody available!”

(True Story) I LOVE IT!
Don’t mess with old people


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Idaho woman chews up back seat of police car


(Reuters) – An Idaho woman accused of chewing up the back seat of a police cruiser after being arrested in a pepper spray incident could face up to five years in prison if convicted of a felony charge linked to the damage, authorities said on Tuesday.

Staci Spence, 42, is expected to enter a plea in coming days to a charge of malicious injury to property tied to allegations she gnawed through the upholstery and foam cushioning of the back seat of a patrol vehicle, according to Bonner County Sheriff’s Deputy Josh Florea.

He said deputies were called to a rural neighborhood outside the northern Idaho city of Sandpoint last week after a couple accused Spence, of nearby Colburn, of dousing them with pepper spray,

Officers seeking to arrest Spence for battery found her “highly intoxicated, kicking and fighting and screaming profanities,” leading to additional misdemeanor charges of assaulting an officer and resisting arrest, Florea said.

Deputies learned of Spence’s attack on their vehicle after driving her to the county detention facility, where she is jailed on $32,000 bond, he said.

Spence has been assigned a public defender, who declined comment on Tuesday.




(Reporting by Laura Zuckerman in Salmon, Idaho; Editing by Cynthia Johnston


Connecticut man arrested after driving stolen car to meeting with cops

Police arrest guy after Connecticut man meets up with cops in stolen car


(Reuters) – A 26-year-old Connecticut man was in police custody on Tuesday after showing up to a phony probation meeting driving a car that police say he stole from a woman in a supermarket parking lot and later may have used to rob a bank.

Gary Harding was arrested on Monday when he showed up at a state office in New Haven for what he thought was to be a meeting with his probation officer.

“Thank God people aren’t always very bright, it really does make our job a lot easier,” said New Haven Police spokesman David Hartman. “Not only to make the apprehension, but then to also have the main piece of evidence delivered right to us … that was icing on the cake.”

That main piece of evidence was an SUV stolen from a Stamford woman at a grocery store on Sept. 13 by a man who claimed to have a gun. A review of surveillance footage suggested to police that Harding, who was known to probation officials for past drug and robbery convictions, was the culprit.

Police in the nearby town of Wallingford are also investigating whether the vehicle was used by Harding two days later in a bank robbery, said Wallingford Police Detective Sean Houlihan.

The video evidence prompted police to set up the phony probation meeting with Harding.

Harding, who was being held on charges of first-degree robbery and robbery by carjacking, could not be reached for comment. It was unclear if he had hired an attorney.

(Reporting by Richard Weizel; Editing by Scott Malone and Eric Beech)

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Don’t Believe Everything You Read on the Internet [It’s unbelievable]

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Don’t Believe Everything You Read on the Internet: Louise Milan, 68, and her daughter Stephanie, 18, were sitting in their Evansville, Ind., home when there was a loud knock at the door. They heard a man yell, “Police department, search warrant, police department, search warrant!” — then windows and doors smashed, flash grenades went off, and a SWAT team stormed their house. Police were responding to threats that had been posted on the Internet using the wireless router in Milan’s house. The FBI later arrested Derrick Murray, who lived nearby and pled guilty to using Milan’s unprotected WiFi connection to log on and post the threats. Milan says the police used much more force than was necessary just to search for information. “We’re talking about a search warrant, not an arrest warrant,” their lawyer said. The city, however, says a “threat assessment” determined there were three known dangerous criminals associated with the house, and the level of response was “appropriate” — but not all that dangerous: they brought a TV news crew with them. Milan is suing the city. (MS/Evansville Courier Press) …Sometimes the long arm of the law needs a slap on the wrist.

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Decepticop: The Maserati was black and white like a police car. It had 911 and K-9 decals, police said. But a Braintree, Mass., patrol officer wasn’t aware of any local police departments using $100,000 Maseratis, so he pulled it over. “My client was charged with impersonating a police officer,” said the unidentified driver’s lawyer, “because he drove a Maserati which is decorated like a ‘Transformers’ character.” That’s right: the side of the car bore the word “Decepticons” and the motto “Punish & Enslave”. The court dropped the charges. (AC/Quincy, Mass., Patriot-Ledger, WHDH Boston) …How could anyone confuse movie villains out to punish people and take away their freedom with the police?

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