DIM WITTED ROBBERS, THIEVES AND DELINQUENTS
Added on: 21st Jun 2015
In 2008, a burglar tried to rob a house where several karate black-belts
lived. Just when he was about to escape with his stolen gadgets, the
karate masters caught him and…well, let’s just say that it’s not a good
idea to rob a house full of karate masters.
THE DHL BANDITS
Krystal Evans and Denis McLure where on a mission to prevent the
analysis of their urine samples. To accomplish their mission they rifled
through a DHL truck, found their urine samples and destroyed them
before sneaking away. Not only were they caught, but they had to give
a second set of urine samples — which tested positive for meth.
The ironic part is that the first samples were actually clean.
THE NEGATIVE SIDE EFFECTS OF FACEBOOK ADDICTION
Being addicted to Facebook is bad but when Jonathan Parker robbed
a Pennsylvania home he took things to the next level. In the middle
of his robbery he decided to check his Facebook.
Unfortunately for him he forgot to log out.
A POOR CHOICE
Randy Lewis decided one night to go out drinking with his three kids.
He got wasted, drugged, and to top it all off, decided it would be a smart
idea to make his 10 year old a designated driver by handing him the keys.
The poor boy wrecked the car and our friend Randy went to jail.
MORE MANUAL MAYHEM
Another failed carjacking, when Frank Singleton got out of jail he
realized he didn’t have enough money to buy a bus ticket. Back to
stealing cars it was, this would be thief unfortunately didn’t know how
to drive stick. He got caught trying to start the car.
DON'T MESS WITH GRANNY
Robert Hosley attempted to rob the apartment of a 95-year old woman.
When he broke the window beside the front door to unlock the door
from the inside of the house, the old woman repeatedly stabbed his
hand with a screwdriver and loudly cried for help. Horsley gave up and
tried to run away, but cops found him passed out on the front porch
after suffering from blood loss.
MURDER HE WROTE
Krystian Bala wrote a book about a murder case in 2000. Some police
officers read the book and realized that the story portrayed in the
book resembled an unsolved murder case. Bala was arrested soon after.
ALWAYS USE A PSEUDONYM
Christopher Kron robbed the restaurant where he was currently
employed. He broke into the restaurant one night and tripped the
alarm without turning it off. The security company called and Kron
answered the phone, giving his real name. He even had the
audacity to go to work the next day.