Posted on 28 March 2012 by Staff
A burglar found more than he bargained for when he attempted to rob a pirate themed restaurant in Daytona Beach, Florida. The suspect, Trevor Pufall, came into Captain Steamer’s Oyster Bar at 5:20 AM. Hearing a noise, the watchman, Anthony Brisbane grabbed a nearby sword (one of many deadly weapons lying around apparently) and found the man in the kitchen. That is when it got wild. Continue Reading
Posted on 14 December 2011 by Staff
Clay Core, an Oregon State Trooper experienced something truly unique in the annals of high speed chases. While chasing suspects at more than 100MPH, the suspects began throwing marijuana at his car. The people in the car were tearing open half pound bags of pot and throwing it at him. The chase took place just outside of Eugene, Oregon. Continue Reading
Posted on 02 December 2011 by Staff
A would be burglar in Athens, Ohio got more than he bargained for when he walked into a man’s trailer and tried to steal from him, twice in a single day. The man had already stolen his video game system and when William Stanley got home, he had had enough.
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Stanley recognized the man and chased him. The man ran out of the house and into the woods and Stanley didn’t even slow down. No, Stanley went to the man’s house, beat him down and hogtied him. William Stanley doesn’t take theft lightly.
At that point, and only at that point, Stanley contacted the police and found the thief unconscious, tied up, lying on his own floor. Stanley thinks the man should go to jail because if he doesn’t, he will most likely come back for revenge. As you can imagine, Stanley is not worried, at all.
It’s worth watching the video here just to see how much more awesome William Stanley is than anyone you know.
Posted on 17 November 2011 by Dustin
An Atlanta suburban resident heard cries of help coming from the neighbors chimney and notified police. When the Gwinnett County police officers showed up, I’m sure they weren’t expecting a 17-year-old alleged burglar to be wedged inside!
The teen, who had spent the past 10 hours squeezed in the soot-filled fireplace exhaust, had to be rescued by the Gwinnett County Fire Department, who lowered ropes down to extract him. Shortly after his rescue, the teen was arrested on a single count of burglary, as well as one count of providing a false name to authorities. The house-owner was not home at the time of the incident.