Via: A 37-year-old Brooklyn man was critically injured tonight after he was beaten by a group of men in the parking lot at MetLife Stadium, authorities said. His brother, also assaulted, suffered less serious injuries. The beating, which happened around 6:15 p.m. after a soccer match between Mexico and Wales, left Alfredo Lopez in critical condition at Hackensack University Medical Center, according to Sgt. Brian Polite, a spokesman for the N.J. State Police.
Via: David Carroll, 31, is charged with armed robbery, aggravated battery and attempted armed robbery. Police say he robbed the Chipotle restaurant in the 300-block of North Michigan on Friday. During the holdup, he allegedly cut one of the employees on the hand. Police arrested Carroll after they say he went to a nearby restaurant, racked up a $50 bill and then refused to pay. Think this scumbag ever spit in the steak tips that went in your burrito bowl? Of course he did.
Via: An alert police officer who boarded a bus full of recent Utah high school graduates headed to Disneyland averted what could have been a deadly road trip after arresting the driver for suspicion of being under the influence of drugs, authorities said Friday. Adams said the officer then found prescription pills, drug paraphernalia and what is believed to be cocaine in the backpack. A 30-year-old bus driver with a faux-hawk? Should we be shocked by the drugs?
Here we go again with a Yankee-Red Sox rivalry arrest story. Of course there have been Yankees-Red Sox beatings that've made headlines over the years. There have been Yankees fans robbing banks. Same from the Red Sox side. But have you ever heard of a Red Sox fan pulling off an armed robbery and the Massachusetts cops arresting a Yankees fan instead? Yeah, it happened this week. JUMP!
Via: A north side PNC Bank branch was robbed late Tuesday morning. The robber entered the bank, 3940 N. Harlem, and demanded money from a teller. He implied he had a weapon but did not display one, and no injuries were reported, police said. Just when we think Phillies Nation is on the right track some bro in Chicago has to ruin the fan reputation. Kinda a ballsy move wearing the Phillies gear in a Chi-town robbery. One of you knows him.
Via: A topless female protestor has again attacked the trophy to be awarded at Euro 2012, knocking it to the floor at an exhibition in Dnepropetrovsk, Ukraine, on Monday, the Femen group to which the protestors belong said Monday. The protestor was accompanied by a French journalist for Marie Claire magazine, and both were arrested afterwards together with several journalists, the group said. Finally, protestors we can fully support in the Ukraine. Do you take PayPal?
Via: Two men robbed the T-Mobile store off Bullsboro Drive around noon Friday and were still at large hours later. A gunman entered the store and ordered the employees to the back room, said Sergeant Chad Wood with the Newnan Police Department. About 20 seconds later another man wearing a mask entered the store. Do you know a homeboy in Newnan, GA bragging on Facebook about his new T-Mobile phone? Could be this guy!
Via: First suspect is black male, 6 feet, 1 inch tall, weighing 220 - 230 pounds, has a beard, wearing tan Carhart coat and toboggan. Second suspect is black male, 5 feet, 10 inches tall, weighing 165-180 pounds, wearing a ball cap with the word Chicago on it, Nike fleece pullover. Vehicle is described as silver Cadillac, 1993 - 1995 model year, last seen heading west toward Cincinnati on Kentucky 9.
Yes, we're a couple days late. Suck it. Via: Investigators say 55-year-old Daryl Keeton began heckling the umpire during the game, then decided to confront the ump in the parking lot at Mt. Olive ballpark after the game, and that's when he punched the 20-year-old umpire in the nose, bloodying the official. An off-duty Birmingham police officer restrained Keeton until the sheriff's department got there. Now Keeton could face 10 years in jail if convicted.
Via: A Petaluma man was arrested Saturday morning by police who said he was driving 104 mph with two nine-year-old children in the car. Juan Carlos Gallegos, 41, said he was in a hurry because the boys were going to be late for their soccer game, according to the Petaluma Police Department. Then Klein saw a Nissan Altima veer across double yellow lines into oncoming traffic near Brown's Lane to pass vehicles. No word from cops if the kids ever made it to the game.
Via: Austin Police are looking for a suspect they believe is responsible for a series of robberies in Austin. The first incident was May 8 at Mr. Nice Guys on South First Street, the second was May 10 at a Conoco on Cameron Road and then again on May 10 at a Shell station on Ben While Boulevard. During each robbery, the suspect entered the establishments, displayed a weapon and asked for money. No injuries have been reported.
Meet Christopher Lamarque Miller. He might have one of the biggest bullshit cop-out excuses in bank robbery history. You see, Miller played some college football at Missouri State, not exactly a school pumping out NFL talent. But Miller had dreams. The guy is now 27 and still hasn't gotten over the fact that the NFL never came calling. How upset? He admittedly went and robbed a bank to get NFL rich. Not kidding. JUMP!
Via: Police are seeking information about a man who robbed an Orlando Bank of America late Thursday morning. Surveillance images at the bank on Conway Road show the man holding up a paper that stated, "Give me all big bills no bands no one gets shot." True, there's no logo on that baseball hat, but it was impossible to pass up this guy's bank robbery poster. Did he hyphenate "bonds?" Scared to turn in this punk? We will: email@example.com
Via: A former starting offensive lineman (Torrin Tucker) for the Dallas Cowboys was arrested Tuesday night and charged with felony drug and weapons charges after police say he sold an undercover officer $20 in marijuana in the strip club where he works. A subsequent search found 18 baggies of marijuana "packaged for sale" and nine capsules containing cocaine, all in a Crown Royale bag "stuffed down the front of (his) pants," according to the report.
Via: COLONIE, N.Y. -- Colonie Police arrest a man accused of robbing a bank on Tuesday. Police said Brian Sweeney walked into the Citizen's Bank at 1440 Central Avenue, and then handed the teller a note demanding money. He was given $500, then left the bank. Wait, that has to be a misprint. $500? That's it? A couple weeks of minimum wages vs. multiple years in jail? We read up on this guy. He was living in a Super 8. Seriously.
Remember the Red Sox fan last week we wrote about who decided to rob a New England bank without wearing long sleeves to cover that sweet Sox tat? Yeah, well police eventually arrested Ramon Felix and he had a court date yesterday in which he was, ironically, wearing long sleeves. Nope, the tat wasn't visible. The guy is a known doper and was caught in a drug rehab facility. He's like the Ryan Leaf of New England with a Sox tat. Sad, sad story. (via Sun-Chronicle)