Crime and Punishment
What’s that golden rule to follow when you’re on the run from the law? Draw as much attention to yourself as possible, obviously.
One nonsensical man was arrested the day after bragging that he’ll never be caught on the Facebook page of his county police department.
Last week, Roger Ray Ireland, 28, was the subject Read More
Meanwhile in Canada
The love of a family is life’s greatest blessing, they say.
In other news, a completely grown-up UK woman stole over £1,000 (US$1,705) from her disabled mother to feed her crazy Candy Crush addiction, the Telegraph reports.
The 45-year-old woman, Sally-Anne Turner, had access to her mother’s bank account when she acted as her caregiver. The mother noticed money disappearing from her bank account between February 2012 and January 2014, coincidentally during the time that her daughter “became addicted to Candy Crush Saga and other online gaming sites.”
Rise of the Drones
As if you needed yet another reason not to use a BlackBerry, you can’t even use them to carry out organized crime anymore.
The Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) used intercepted BlackBerry messages to make 33 mob-related arrests in the province of Québec, effectively dismantling two major Italian organized crime cells. Here’s how the RCMP described the operation — called Project CLEMENZA — in a press release:
Crime and Punishment
A 17-year-old boy flying his drone over a beach ended up getting called a “pervert” and having a stranger’s fingers shoved into his mouth.
Austin Haughwout, 17, was reportedly flying his radio-controlled quadcopter with an attached GoPro camera over a beach in Connecticut on May 12, when he was allegedly confronted and attacked by 23-year-old beachgoer Andrea Mears, who accused him of taking pervy pictures of her.
A 30-year-old Florida man was arrested on Sunday morning after sending a slew of lewd selfies to an unsuspecting cop.
The man, Paul Kirleis, first called 9-1-1 to report a suspicious vehicle, Wink News reports. A police officer returned the call on his department-issued cell phone. Mr. Kirleis allegedly followed up by texting the cop six times, and then sending him naked and lingerie-clad selfies.
‘Tis the season for teens for acting like entitled jerks. Police in Brockton, Mass. say that 18-year-old Alexander Torres allegedly pulled a knife on his father Wednesday morning because he didn’t get the iPhone that he wanted for Christmas.