Stupid Criminal Steals A Hearse - With A Body Inside

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May 23, 2017

Stupid Criminal Steals A Hearse - With a Body in it!

A funeral home driver stopped his hearse at a fast food restaurant to get something to eat.

He had a body in the back of the car.  Along came ADAM CROW, who's 27, and TANYA ALBRECHT, who's 28, who stole the hearse.  When they realized there was a body in the back, Adam dumped it on the side of the road.

From there Adam and Tanya were pretty easy to track down, after all, they just dumped a casket off on the side of the road and they were driving a hearse!!!  Stupid Criminals!!!

They were pulled over by Brazos County police and arrested.


A Drunk Driver Crashes Into the Sheriff's Brand New Drunk Driving Awareness Car

63-year-old Paul Wilkins was driving drunk on Saturday night in Citrus County, Florida, when he lost control and crashed his car right INTO a Sherriff’s patrol car! 

Oh but it doesn’t stop there!  This was much more than just your everyday Sheriff’s patrol car.  This was the sheriff department’s brand new “Drunk Awareness” patrol car. 

It’s basically a special new patrol car that was painted with drunk driving awareness messages.  But out of all the patrol cars for Paul to crash into, it had to be the Sherriff’s brand new “Drunk Awareness” car!!!  Stupid Criminals!!!

He was arrested for DUI . . . and he was taken to the police station in the car he'd hit. 

Click here to see a picture of him in the car and his mugshot.


Woman Buys Costume Jewelry for $15 at a Flea Market -- But It's Real and Worth $450,000

If you buy a ring at a flea market, usually the best-case scenario is that it doesn't turn your finger green.  Well, this woman's story just redefined that best-case scenario.

A woman in London, England paid $15 for a costume jewelry ring at a flea market about 30 years ago.  She liked how it looked, so she wore it all the time.

Earlier this year, a jeweler saw it and told her she should have it appraised because it looked real.  So she took it to Sotheby's, and the jeweler was right, it turned out to be an actual diamond ring.

The "costume jewel" was actually a 26.67-carat diamond that's worth approximately $450,000.  It's going to be auctioned off on June 7th.  Click here to see a picture of the diamond.