A Guy Is Busted For Burglary After He Leaves a Shoe Print in Dog Poop

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September 12, 2017

A Guy Is Busted For Burglary After He Leaves a Shoe Print in Dog Poop

Well, we found it:  The ONE TIME that someone didn't pick up their dog's poop and it turned out to be a GOOD thing.

A 30-year-old guy named David Melvin from Airway Heights, Washington broke into a woman's garage and stole a few things last week.  And as he was walking away, he stepped in some dog poop.

The cops stopped him a little later that night when they got suspicious after they saw him looking into car windows.   They were able to link him to the burglary because they found the matching dog poop on his shoe.  Stupid Criminals!!!

He was arrested for burglary. 


A Florida City Offers Free Garage Parking For People During the Hurricane and a Car Dealer Hogs It

This feels like pretty perfect KARMA for someone who got GREEDY during a desperate time.

The city of Hollywood, Florida opened up its public garage over the weekend and told people they could park their cars there for FREE to keep them safe during Hurricane Irma.

Well, a guy named Keijo Kiilo who owns two car dealerships called Autoline decided to take advantage that generosity.  He clogged up a decent chunk of the garage by parking 47 cars from his inventory in there.

People were OUTRAGED.  And the word got back to the city so yesterday afternoon, they hit Keijo with 24 charges of using public ways for private business. 

Each one is worth a $500 fine and up to two months in jail, so he's looking at a maximum penalty of $12,000 and four years in jail. 


Thieves Steal a U-Haul . . . Then Abandon It When They Find a Dead Body Inside

I hope these thieves have the NIGHTMARES they deserve for a long, long time.

Some thieves stole an SUV with a U-Haul trailer attached from outside a hotel in Albuquerque, New Mexico early yesterday morning.  Then they drove about four miles south and opened up the U-Haul to see what they'd stolen.

And it turned out to be, a CASKET with a DEAD BODY inside.

Apparently a family was driving their father's body from Oklahoma to Kirtland, New Mexico, but the thieves obviously thought they were ripping off some people who were moving.

The thieves abandoned the SUV and the U-Haul, and the cops found it a few hours later and got it back to the family.  Now they're trying to track down the thieves.