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'Officer, I just stole this car,' Man Tells Calif. Cop

September 07, 2011  | 

A motorist pulled alongside two Los Angeles Police officers at a light at Olympic Boulevard and Broadway, giving them perhaps the easiest arrest they'll ever make.

He pulled up to their cruiser while driving a 2000 Honda Civic and said, "Officer, I just stole this car."

Christian Borro, 27, said he had stolen the car from an apartment complex in San Diego. Upon further questioning, he told the officers he flagged they down because he was "almost out gas."

Source: Los Angeles Times.

Comments (3)

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Casey @ 9/8/2011 10:01 PM


Ric Walters @ 9/9/2011 5:21 AM

No way. Borro "borrowed" the car without the owner's permission, then gave it back because he was too stupid to put gas in it? Hell, he should run for President.

Rick @ 9/9/2011 8:42 AM

Borro would have to be illegal like Obama to run for president. At best Obummer's BC shows that he is British; his father was Kenyan under British rule and his Momma was too young to confer US citizenship on him.

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