The are other stories out there that you might have missed. We can't have that...so here are a few lesser reported stories.
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With Friends Like This
Denver - A man accused of driving around Denver with a dead friend in the back of a car and running up a bar tab with the dead man's credit card maintains he thought his friend was drunk and NOT dead.
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Investigators say that Robert Young and Mark Rubinson drove around town with the body of their friend, Jeffrey Jarrett in August. According to them, Jeffrey had passed out.
According to the policed, the two men found their friend passed out when they went to pick him up for a night on the town. Finding him passed out didn't deter the outing. They loaded him into the back seat and went to a bar. Jeffrey remained in the car, while his buds went in and drank for more than an hour. The two "conscious" partiers did have the presence of mind to grab Jeffrey's credit card to pay for the drinks.
It was noted in the police report that they didn't have Jeffrey's consent to use the card.
After coming out of the bar, Young and Rubinson discovered that their friend was actually dead and called the police. After that was taken care of the two continued on to a strip club.
No need to waste a night of partying worrying about a drunk or dead (hard to tell which) friend.
Third Time's the Charm
Charles Burnett, 29 robbed the same Sovereign Bank of more than $26,000 before being apprehended this week. This is not some run-of-the-mill bank heist though.
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OCD robber to the bank
The very next day he returned to the SAME bank demanding another teller to hand over the cash after telling her that he was going to "blow off her f***** face". He left with $14,000.
AGAIN...the next day...third day in a row at the same bank, Charles goes back to demand for the 3rd time that the teller hand over her cash but not before an employee had shouted out "That is the same dumbass that robbed us yesterday!"
After getting $10,002, Charles was tracked down after a short chase by police officers in the area that recognized him from pictures. Those would be pictures at the police station that had been put up the previous day from security camera footage.
Upon apprehending him police found receipts for his room at the Hyatt and the chauffeured luxury SUV that he had hired for his get-away car.
Is anything better than customer loyalty to your bank?
Before Stealing Know Who You Are in Line With
Williston, FL - A would-be bank robber picked the wrong time and LINE to steal a charity jar off of the counter at a Florida convenience store.
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Aurilio was charged with robbery and felony battery on a law enforcement officer.
I dare say, he might be thinking all of this wasn't worth $35.78.
What's Not To Like?
Carlsbad, N.M. - A Texas man is facing battery charges after police say he hit his estranged wife and pulled her hair because she didn't respond to his Facebook status update.
The Carlsbad Current-Argus reports the Benito Apolinar of Pecos, was arrested on Monday following a fight at the home of his ex, Dolores Apolinar. According to the complaint, Benito posted a comment about the anniversary of his mother's death and expected his ex-wife to acknowledge it by hitting the "like" button.
Benito pleaded guilty to one charge of battery.
That could of gone either way. If she hit "like" does that mean she liked his comment or that his mother died.
The Bad for the Day....If you can't think of something bad, your aren't even trying.