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    I've never seen a thread on this topic. I think it would be rather humorous, but it also would be some good examples of things we all should be prepared for. Some of the crazy things criminals do make me think that they might not haveenough common sense to not try to grab an OCer's gun. There are people are some dumb criminals out there, so let's post stories that will give us a good laugh, but also maybe even give each of us some insight into the criminal mind (or lack thereof...)

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    Ok, I realize this is totally OT for the thread, but I had to share this (I sawthis on Glennbeck.com) abouta stupid cake decorator:



    Cake from Wal-Mart
    The person ordering told them to write Best Wishes, Suzanne and underneath that write We will miss you. This is the cake that was delivered. Thanks to Chris for sending this in. If you have something you would like to see as our picture of the day.

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    http://www.wsfa.com/Global/story.asp?S=7316189

    Covering Wilcox County: Dumb Criminal Strikes Camden Police Department

    Despite 16 years in law enforcement in Camden, Chief Lucas Knight never thought he would end up investigating a break-in at his very own police department.

    "It just goes to show you criminals are brave," said Chief Knight.

    How brave? Consider what happened. Police say a16-year old boy knocked out a sidewindow at the Camden Police Department, all done under the cover of darkness. The building was empty since the night shift was on patrol. Once inside the young suspect allegedly stole $500.00 in petty cash and walked out the front door. A few minutes later, an officer came back in from patrol.

    "He noticed the doors that were normally locked were open," Knight said.

    At this point the juvenile thought he was home free with cash in hand but he apparently had no idea a pair of eyes caught him on tape; two security cameras mounted in front of the police department.

    "That was another way we could find out who did it," Knight said.

    Video tape plus a confession.

    "He did, yes sir," Chief Knight said.

    The teenager now finds himself in lock-up at the detention facility in Greensboro.
    "It's funny that one would even think about breaking into a police department. People will do anything to get money," Knight said.

    For Chief Lucas Knight that means he can say he's seen it all. The suspect faces three charges; burglary, theft and criminal mischief.

    Who doesn't know that there are cameras at police stations?

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