Thursday, April 30, 2009

Vehicles Are Getting Stolen Everywhere!!!

Welcome back for another spotlight of ignorant idiots. Today we have 3 good ones as we kick it off in Minnesota.

Case #1 Your Fired!!! So what do you think about that?

From Little Falls, Minnesota we find a 40-year old man who was jailed after leading deputies on a 57-mile chase. As it turns out, the 40-year old man had showed up to work a little intoxicated and when he was told he was being sent home, he got into the wrong vehicle.

He got into the companies vehicle and headed home. His employers called 9-1-1 to report what had happened so police were soon in pursuit. In minutes they had spotted the vehicle and tried to pull it over, when the 40-year old man decided to run.

So a police chase was now in pursuit, and the 40-year old man’s getaway vehicle was none other than the garbage truck of the company he had just been fired from.

The police had fun trying to get this lead sled of a truck to stop; at one time they even tried to stop the truck by firing a shotgun into its engine. At times the driver swerved at squad cars and accelerated in reverse. Deputies tried stopping the truck with stop sticks, but it kept going with several flat tires.

The driver eventually pulled over and decided to try his best attempt of fleeing on foot, only to be caught by a police dog as he ran into the woods.

The suspect was treated for dog bites, and then jailed.

Law & Dis-Order Rule# 33 – You should never show up to work drunk. But if you do, and you work for a garbage company, why not steal their truck and take it for a joy ride? That’s a story unlike any other.

Case # 2 Leroy I can’t seem to get her hotwired!!!!!

Next let’s head down to Pine Bluff Arkansas where we find some idiots who were out to steal a truck. A Jefferson County sheriff's deputy thought it looked a little odd when three men were pushing a pickup truck near the county jail on Sunday, with a fourth man in the cab to steer.

When the cop spotted the county seal on the side of the truck it helped confirm the deputy's suspicions.

Two of the men were caught and charged, however the two others who got away are being sought.

The truck was described as an old county truck that they keep sitting around to rob parts off of to fix other vehicles. Turns out the truck hadn’t run in years.

Law & Dis-order Rule #34- If would probably make better sense to steal a truck that could actually get you somewhere. But even I would pay good money to watch these idiots spend all day trying to hot wire it.

Case #3 – Joyrides under the moonlight

Last but not least we head to Lakeland Florida, where a Polk county deputy turned in his badge after serving 21 years with the sheriff’s office.

Even after he served his county so well for so many years, the 44-year old man felt he needed to do so after his mother-in-law and wife was arrested.

So what did they do you ask? They decided to get a little buzzed up and steal his cop car from him while he was asleep.

Witnesses reported seeing the women driving erratically through town, and at one point they tried to pull a car over.

The arrest report said his wife and mother-in-law face charges of vehicle theft, theft of a firearm and impersonating a law-enforcement officer.

His wife also faces charges of possession of a firearm of a convicted felon.

Law and Dis-order Rule #35 - Always evaluate her mother before you marry her, chances are the apple doesn’t fall too far from the tree. Better yet, just hide your keys, but don’t leave them in the wine cellar.

-Until Next time take care and May God Bless -3B

1 comment:

  1. ROF. Good ones. Overall message seems - don't drink and break laws. Nothing good can come of it. You can't run fast in that state.