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L.A. Gang Member Convicted of Murder Tattooed Crime Scene On Chest

April 25, 2011
Anthony Garcia, 22, had tattooed the crime scene of a 2004 liquor store shooting on his chest, helping deputies solve the open case.

Robbery Suspect Left Photographic Evidence of Self

April 8, 2011
The black T-shirt had a picture of Jonathan Huntley, 25, that resembled a mug shot with the saying, "Making Money Is My Thang," according to the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department.

Bikini Brawler Gets Felony Charge

March 28, 2011
Kimesa Smith of Montgomery can be seen on cell-phone video climbing on the restaurant's counter, throwing items, and striking employees in the March 19 incident at the Panama City fast-food restaurant.

Moped Driver's Sex Bribe Lands Him In Jail

March 14, 2011
Indianapolis Metro Police Officer Christin Rudell pulled over Adam Yarbrough at 11:45 p.m. Sunday. After Officer Rudell turned down the $5, Yarbrough offered a kiss and said, "I haven't had sex in awhile, so how about we do that?"

Arizona Home Invader Arrested, After Getting Stuck In Hamper

March 11, 2011
Michael Trias, 20, reportedly removed the bedroom window screen, climbed into the home and then got caught in the hamper. Hearing the commotion, the resident restrained the man and called police.

Showering Burglar Calls 911 On Homeowner

March 8, 2011
Timothy James Chapek, 24, was caught at about 7:07 p.m. Monday by the homeowner and his two German Shepherds. After the homeowner asked Chapek what he was doing in the home, Chapek locked himself in the bathroom and called 911.

Man Arrested After Filming Himself Driving 140 MPH

February 14, 2011
Stanislav Vadimovich Bakanov was cited for reckless driving, fined more than $1,100, and his vehicle was impounded.

Repeat Burglar Caught After Leaving Charging Cell Phone In Home

February 3, 2011
When the owner's son returned on Friday, 25-year-old Cody Wilkins apparently fled the house, leaving behind his phone. Investigators have since charged Wilkins in other burglaries.

Arizona Man Shot After Pointing AK-47 at Deputy

January 16, 2011
After a fight with his wife, Felipe Ramirez Castellanos reportedly fired several rounds from the AK-47 at her while driving away. Deputies who stopped Castellanos as he drove away fired after he pointed the AK-47 at them from inside the vehicle. He was struck in the hip and head.

Wash. Man Wheels Stolen TV Past Police Station

December 28, 2010
King County prosecutors have filed theft charges against a 22-year-old man who wheeled a stolen television past the Auburn (Wash.) PD's station.

Woman Left Six Cats In Closet to Die

December 20, 2010
Faint meows led Palm Bay (Fla.) Police office George Santiago to a barricaded closet where he found a starving, flea-infested cat inside the closet alongside the decomposing remains of five cats.

Indiana Man Yells at Officer Who Interrupted Call

December 16, 2010
Indianapolis (Ind.) Police arrested a 32-year-old man on the city's Southside, after he admonished an officer who pulled him over and asked him to end a phone call.

Officer Struck With Flagpole During Gas Station Brawl

November 4, 2010
As the officer took the report, an SUV pulled up and four men jumped out. The officer instructed the men not to enter the mini-mart, after which they began assaulting a worker who was pumping gas. One of the men struck the officer with a flagpole (American flag attached).

Halloween DUI Wore Breathalyzer Costume

November 3, 2010
A Lincoln (Neb.) PD officer pulled over the Ford F-150 truck driven erratically by Matthew Nieveen, 19. Nieveen's blood alcohol level was more than twice the state's .08 limit.

Pennsylvania Man Calls 911 to Complain About Bad Pot

October 25, 2010
A southwestern Pennsylvania man called 911 to complain about the "nasty weed" he smoked.

Man Who Asked Cop for Ride Busted for Cocaine Possession

October 23, 2010
After leaving a party, the Danville man flagged down a Redwood City PD officer who asked Ongley Raymond Ocon III if he had anything illegal on him.

Bank Robber In NYPD OIS Refused to Drop Knife

October 14, 2010
Using a 10-inch steak knife, John Stolarz walked into the Chase branch near Madison Square Garden shortly after noon on Thursday, and demanded "fifties and hundreds." Stolarz left, when a teller told him the bank didn't have the cash.

Wyoming Man Douses Himself In Paint to Avoid TASER

September 26, 2010
When Cheyenne (Wyo.) Police officers Joshua Thorton and James Womak arrived at the home of Brian Mattert earlier this month on a domestic disturbance call, they found the man covered in white latex paint.

DEA Impersonator Pulls Over NY Detective

September 15, 2010
A Long Island man posing as a federal agent and carrying a replica Drug Enforcement Administration badge was arrested, after he pulled over a Suffolk County police officer.

Teen Accidentally Texts Montana Sheriff for Drugs

September 4, 2010
The 16-year-old sent the sheriff the text message, "Hey Dawg, do you have a $20 I can buy right now?"
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