Friday, October 3, 2014

Just When You Thought You Heard It All News 10-4-2014

A former UPS employee in Arizona is accused of stealing a package containing a $160,000 diamond and trading it for $20 worth of weed.................What a DUMMY!!

Walter Earl Morrison, 20, thought that the package he allegedly swiped while unloading cargo at Sky Harbor Airport in Phoenix contained cash, according to a probable cause statement. But in fact, the package contained one pricey stone.

Authorities say the "half baked bandit" traded the diamond for the equivalent of two joints of marijuana, a grape soda, and a spiced ham and cheese hero. 

JUST KIDDING! Just the weed.

The diamond was later recovered and returned to its intended recipient.

Morrison was arrested Sept. 16 on a felony theft charge. He was scheduled for arraignment Oct. 1.

If this isn't a "meth grin", I don't know what is!

 The mug shot of a man captured after trying to flee a bank robbery in Denver shows him flashing a broad, rooten-toothed grin.
The photo was taken after 45-year-old Michael Whitington's Sept. 23 arrest. Police say he robbed a bank on Denver's 16th Street pedestrian mall and then tried to get away on a light-rail train. 
Maybe he was trying to get caught for some reason.
Officers stopped the train a few blocks away and arrested "Yuck Mouth" on the spot.

He has been charged with one count of robbery and is being held in jail.

Court records don't list an attorney. He was due to appear in court for the first time on Tuesday.

Pro Tip: If you give cops a fake name, make sure it's not that of a person wanted for more serious crimes than the small infraction you're accused of committing. Otherwise it's just a bad idea. Not that it wasn't bad to begin with.

Boston transit police were slapping Tina Lunn with a citation for smoking in a non-smoking area, when she allegedly tried to avoid any penalties by giving a fake name and birth date.

Apparently nobody actually believed that her name was Tiesha Johnson!

Eventually, officers discovered Lunn's real identity.

Officers said they also discovered that Lunn had several warrants out underher real name, including three counts of assault and battery with a dangerous weapon, kidnapping, larceny, and illegal possession of chemical mace, according to 

Lunn was then booked under her real name and charged with brandishing a false name, She was also given a citation for smoking, according to police.


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