Florida man Depree Johnson, convicted felon and alleged jewel thief, got himself collared when he posted a bunch of photos of himself on Instagram posing with cash, guns, and stolen jewelry. Though he may not have the best temperament for a thief, Johnson may have a future in photography.
There has to be a better way to postpone a hearing if you’re the defendant and you’re late. Sure, there are bound to be consequences, like a pissed off judge, being held in contempt, but fessing up to running late has got to be better than threatening to blow up the courthouse.
Meet Kenneth Spangle, 62, sentenced to 262 months in prison for a 2012 bank robbery in Placentia, California. With a stocking over his head, he yelled, waved a fake gun and got about $10,000. He ditched his clothes near the bank, but left his ID with them. When arrested, in disgust he reportedly asked the officer to shoot him.
From the flasher in a bookstore for the blind, to the inebriated robber who can’t find the way out of the home he is robbing, to the guy who tried to cash a forged check for $1,000,000, these cases prove inconclusively that you just can’t fix stupid.
In our latest edition of How to Get Arrested — Fast we present a Massachusetts man who was so jazzed about being a wanted criminal that he just couldn’t keep it to himself.
It seems that on July 21, 2013, Jay Matthew Riley, 21, of Woodbridge, Virginia, decided out of the blue to go down to his friendly neighborhood police station to find out if police had any outstanding warrants on him for child porn.
A Michigan man is being hailed as one of the world’s dumbest criminals after allegedly trying to pay for a set of fingerprints with a stolen credit card.
In our latest installment of "Good Idea? Bad Idea!" Florida teen Kimani Parker decided to settle-up with WalMart regarding some money he owed for shoplifting, good idea! However, he decided that the best way to get the money was to rob a bunch of stuff and sell it for cash, bad idea!
Broward County Florida Deputies are searching for a thief who, as seen the released surveillance still, locked himself out of his getaway car during the crime.
In a video titled “Chick Bank Robber,” 19-year-old Hannah Sabata of York, Neb. brags, “My new car is shiny. Of course I took the plates off already.” That’s a nice precaution to take after stealing a Pontiac Grand Am, but posting a Youtube video about it is probably not the greatest move.