So, this guy drove to Harbor Freight and bought a welder’s mask to view the eclipse… problem is, ends up the car was stolen. We are not sure whether he knew that or not, and since everybody in the world is completely full of shit (from police to thieves) there’s really no way of knowing. We do not know that he stole the car, only that he was in possession of the stolen vehicle. Since this is the good ol’ boy south, cops thought it would be funny to post his picture on Facebook before any trial (but to be fair, it’s a pretty funny story). Full Story »
FORT PIERCE — A 20-year-old man was arrested after police say he tried to steal a car.
Not just any old car…
He tried to steal a Fort Pierce police patrol vehicle. At the Fort Pierce Police Department. With a Fort Pierce police officer in it. Full Story »
LADY LAKE – Police were able to help link a toothless woman to a vehicle theft after they found her dentures inside the vehicle.
According to the Lake County Sheriff’s Office, deputies responded to Parkinsonia Street in Lady Lake on Friday to reports of suspicious person trying to enter homes, and where they spotted a gray Kia nearby with the inside light on and door open.
They found the suspect, 31-year-old Lindsey Jean Stanley-McShane, trying to enter a pickup truck and she seemed to be on drugs but wasn’t aware what she had taken.
Deputies added Stanley-McShane was missing her teeth and shoes and appeared to be looking on the ground for both of them.
According to an arrest affidavit and Sgt. Fred Jones, deputies were going to take her to a mental health facility, before they observed her dentures and pink tennis shoes in the Kia, which she admitted were hers. Apparently, the car had been stolen out of Marion County and had run out of gas.
At the site of the deputies examining the car, Stanley-McShane began to claim she was only a passenger in the vehicle and didn’t know who was driving it.
Stanley-McShane was taken to Florida Hospital Waterman to get treated for drugs and then to the Lake County Jail, where she remained Tuesday.
A homeless Boynton Beach man stole his boss’s 2005 Jaguar and drove it to buy crack cocaine. Then, someone stole the car from him, Delray Beach police said. Full Story »
Of course this happened in Tampa, the butthole of Florida. This guy actually showed up at a police station in a stolen car, to pick up his personal items that he left in ANOTHER stolen car… yo that’s way too easy for these cops, at least make them work a little…