Apr 272012
Thou Shalt not Lie with MankindCrime Does Not Pay

A guy in Great Falls, Montana had three outstanding warrants out for his arrest. When he was stopped by the police for a traffic violation, he made up a false name and apologized for leaving his license at home. The police ran a check and discovered there was a warrant out for the alias as well. He was asked to step out of the car and while searching him, they discovered drugs in his pocket. He confessed his real name, but they still arrested him and charged him with possession of an illegal substance and issuing a false report to law enforcement.

Wrong Bank

A man went into a Wells Fargo bank planning to rob it. He got a deposit slip and wrote on it: “This iz a stikup. Put all the munny in this bag.” Then he stood in line. But he got nervous thinking that someone might have seen him write the note. So he left the bank and crossed the street to the Bank of America. He waited in line, then handed the note to the teller. After reading the note, the teller determined that the man was not very bright. So he told him he could not accept the stickup note because it was written on a Wells Fargo deposit slip. He would either have to use a Bank of America slip, or go back to the Wells Fargo. Looking somewhat defeated, the man said, “Okay,” and returned to Wells Fargo where he was arrested.

Two Birds with One Stone

Police in New Jersey pulled over a swerving car suspecting a drunk driver. While having had the driver get out and perform sobriety tests, the drunk passenger quietly got behind the wheel and and attempted to drive off. One of the policeman yelled at her to stop, and she did. Ultimately both were cited for drunk driving.