*VIDEO* Barack Obama – Dumbass


.

.

Dumbass Couple Drives Stolen Car To Courthouse For Hearing On Drug Possession

Couple Drives Stolen Car To Court, Police Say – WKMG

A California couple has been arrested after driving a stolen car to a courthouse, police said.

.

.
A car dealership in Redding, Calif., called police to report a missing car on Friday. The dealership told police the car’s GPS showed it was parked in front of a courthouse in Sonora, Calif., according to a press release from the Sonora Police Department.

Police officers found the car near the courthouse with different license plates on it. A woman who police identified as Teresa Castillo, 45, approached the car and told officers her husband had purchased the vehicle earlier that day for $200 so he could make a court appearance for a possession of a controlled substance charge, police said.

The woman’s husband, James Manning, 49, initially denied knowing the car was stolen, but later admitted it was a stolen vehicle, police said.

Manning and Castillo were arrested on suspicion of possession of stolen property and possession of a controlled substance.

Click HERE For Rest Of Story

.

Dumbass Staged Burglary To Avoid Going To Work

Deputies: Brandon Man Staged Burglary To Avoid Going To Work – Bay News 9

.

.
Deputies said a Brandon man staged a burglary so he could avoid having to go to work.

Dwayne A. Yeager, 31, is facing charges of providing false information to law enforcement.

According to the Hillsborough County Sheriff’s Office, deputies responded to a home on Bridlewood Way Monday at 7:25 a.m. after Yeager called to report that he came home and found his house had been broken into.

“My door’s open, my windows to my son’s bedroom are wide open,” Yeager said in his call to the HCSO non-emergency line. “My TV’s in there on the ground.”

When a dispatcher asked if he saw anything suspicious or he had seen a vehicle driving away, he said, “On the corner, right when I pulled up, a white, kind of little Honda Civic pulling away. White, it had kind of like a black fender.”

Deputies said they noticed his front door was open and that the interior of the house appeared to be ransacked. They also saw the front bedroom window and blinds were open. However, they said they did not discover any signs of forced entry.

Deputies spoke to neighbors and learned that Yeager was seen leaving the house at 6:30 a.m., then returning home at 7:15 a.m. Deputies said Yeager was then seen walking in the front door, lifting the blinds and opening the front bedroom window.

Yeager then came back outside of his home, deputies said. He was seen standing in the front yard until deputies arrived. Deputies said the witness said there was no vehicle at Yeager’s house prior to his arrival or when Yeager returned home.

When Yeager was confronted with the discrepancies, deputies said he admitted to staging the home burglary to avoid having to go to work.

“He stated his wife was adamant that he go to work and he didn’t want to,” the report read.

Deputies said Yeager also told them he didn’t think he could go to jail for doing this. Yeager was arrested and taken to the Orient Road Jail without further incident.

Neighbors said they aren’t happy about the incident, as it meant they were woken up by deputies and K-9s early Monday morning.

“He asked me about the robbery,” said neighbor Doris Morell, who said a deputy knocked at her door and then left with a warning. “And he said make sure you check your windows, make sure your kids are safe and I was like, oh my gosh, you know.”

Morell said she can’t understand her neighbor’s actions.

“That’s just absolutely ridiculous,” Morell said. “I mean, who would do that? That’s just absurd.”

No one came to the door at Yeager’s home on Tuesday.

Click HERE For Rest Of Story

.

*VIDEO* Dumbass Breaks Into Jewelry Store Only To Find He Can’t Break Out


.
H/T The Right Scoop

.

Dumbass Arrested After Trying To Convince Cop To Help Him Burglarize Pawn Shop

Man Charged With Bribery Of Law Enforcement Officer – WMBB

.

.
The Panama City Police Department announces the arrest of Daniel Norona, 24 years of age, of Panama City. Norona is being charged with Bribery of a Law Enforcement Officer and Conspiracy to Commit Burglary.

He was arrested on the evening of January 14, 2014, at his residence. The arrest stems from an investigation launched after Norona offered to pay a Panama City Police officer to help him burglarize an area pawn business. At the time, the police officer was not acting in an undercover capacity and Norona was fully aware of his status as a police officer. Upon arrest, Norona was brought to the Panama City Police Department for questioning and then transported to the Bay County Jail. Today, Norona was seen by a local judge for first appearance.

This incident remains under investigation. If you have any information in reference to this case, please contact Sergeant Mike Brewer at the Panama City Police Department, 850-872-3100, or you can report your tips anonymously to CrimeStoppers at 850-785-TIPS.

Click HERE For Rest Of Story

.

Dumbass Tries To Trade Live Gator For 12-Pack Of Beer (Video)

Florida Man Tries To Trade Gator For Beer – Washington Free Beacon

In a story that could only take place in wacky, weird Florida, a man attempted to trade a live, four-foot alligator for a 12-pack of beer at a Miami convenience store WSVN reports.

.

.
Fernando Caignet Aguilera found the alligator at a nearby park, captured it, and took it to the store in hopes of bartering it for a 12-pack of beer. He brought the gator to the front of the store and tried to trade it. The clerk, naturally petrified, called authorities.

The gator’s story has a happy ending, though: he was found to be in good shape and will be released back into the wild.

Unfortunately for him, the gator thief has since been cited for taking possession of and trying to sell the alligator.

Click HERE For Rest Of Story

.

Dumbass Felon Faces 142 Criminal Charges After Posting Incriminating Pictures Of Himself Online

When You’re Breaking Enough Laws To Result In 142 Charges, This Is The Last Thing You Do… Unless You’re This Guy – The Blaze

While a life of crime is certainly not the way to go, almost every criminal has to know that it’s a bad idea to post incriminating photos on social media while thoroughly breaking the law. It’s an especially bad idea for a criminal who, at any given moment, is breaking enough laws to result in 142 charges.

.

Well, apparently Depree Johnson was never taught that lesson. It will not come as a surprise that he is currently incarcerated, and will likely stay behind bars for quite some time.

Police in Palm Beach County, Fla., reportedly suspected Johnson of organizing a number of “dinner time” burglaries in the Boynton Beach area, WPBF.com reports. Investigators got more than enough probable cause to go pick him up after he posted several incriminating “selfies” on Instagram.

Using the username “duce22ceritfied” (yes, “certified” is misspelled), Johnson posted several pictures of himself posing with guns, drugs and cash. He is a convicted felon, therefore not permitted to possess a firearm.

When police finally ended up at Johnson’s home in Lake Worth, Fla., they discovered “numerous pieces of jewelry,” including “watches, charms, necklaces and loose diamonds, as well as two stolen firearms.” In the end, investigators recovered about $250,000 worth of stuff.

Johnson reportedly faces 142 charges in total, including weapons and ammunition possession by a convicted felon.

Click HERE For Rest Of Story

.