Via: A Cook County bloodhound helped sheriff’s police find a man suspected of robbing a bank Monday afternoon. Melanie tracked the robber’s scent to an apartment complex about a block-and-a-half north of the bank, Bilecki said. “She put her paws up on the door to the apartment complex,” Bilecki said. “She proceeded to go down a long hallway and put her paws up again on another door.” She's kinda a big deal in the bloodhound world.
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Are you out of work, behind on your house payments, the electric is about to be shut off and you need to pay for a divorce? Getting out of debt could be easy. Do you know this bank robber? Would you consider turning on your homeboy, but don't have the nerves to rat? Let us help you. We'll turn on your homeboy. And split the reward money with you! It's a win-win. Full story – JUMP!
Via: The FBI is now looking for a "barefoot bandit" in New Mexico. A man who was barefoot with a lot of tattoos held up the New Mexico Educator’s Credit Union on Indian School near Louisiana Monday afternoon. People there say the man walked in put a handgun on the counter and demanded money. Yeah, the Barefoot Bandit moniker should work. Ever been to Albuquerque in the summer? This jerkoff will have shoes on 99.9% of the time.
Via: 29 year-old Sean Solomon was arrested Friday for resisting arrest and being a pedestrian in the roadway. Officials tell us, he bonded out of the Ector County Jail around 6:00 pm Friday night. Police say, Friday morning Solomon was running through traffic near Tanglewood and 42nd street in Odessa, trying to direct traffic, yelling and screaming at motorists. No word if Solomon played for Permian.
Via: FBI agents are on the trail of a group of serial bank robbers who've successfully robbed banks all over the valley. Investigators have come up with creative names for these suspects. One who has struck 3 times is a woman. She goes in and presents a note demanding money with her hat and sunglasses. Investigators call her the Baseball Babe. "One she is a female, she is somewhat youthful and she wears a baseball hat in every robbery," says FBI Agent Lance Leising.
Via: Police say a drunk driver drove his car through a golf course, hitting least two golf carts an causing extensive damage. Chris Meier, 49, of 27 Claire Lane in Sayville, is accused of driving his 1995 Ford Taurus onto the Deepdale Golf Club golf course located at 300 North Service Rd. in Manhasset at 7 p.m. on Tuesday. Police say people were riding in one of the golf carts that he hit. Going to guess Chris started drinking whiskey at 4 p.m. Just a hunch.
Via: Police are searching for a suspect who robbed a sandwich shop on June 29. Around 1:35 p.m., a man entered Lenny’s Sub Shop at 11420 Dairy Ashford and placed an order. He walked to the register where he showed the cashier a gun and demanded cash. The employee gave him some money and the suspect fled. He is described as a slender, African-American male, between 35 and 45. Note: the robber walked with a limp!
Yet another first in Busted Coverage Cuff 'Em history. Back in March, we told you about the first known new Marlins' hat logo bank robbery in Connecticut. It was believed to be the first Miami Marlins baseball hat robbery in United States history. Now we have a bro ripping off a bank in Minnesota wearing the orange Miami Marlins hat. JUMP!
Via: Police are looking for a woman in her early to mid-20s who allegedly robbed a bank near the Maine Mall on Thursday night. Police said a white or Hispanic woman entered the TD Bank on Maine Mall Road at 7 p.m. and robbed the teller. No weapon was shown, but the woman implied that she had one, police said. Get a good look. You know a chick in Maine that was planning on going to this weekend's Sox-Yankees series who needed money for tix?
Via: The victim told police that she and Adley had several sexual encounters between April and June, including during a sleepover party at a teammate's house, police said in the complaint affidavit against Adley. The 16-year-old said she actively participated in the encounters and never told Adley to stop or tried to push her away, police said, but her parents contacted them on Friday to report that their daughter was inappropriately touched by the coach.
Via: Peter Ward Westhaver, 53, is in the Spokane County Jail on a no-bail federal hold. He was leaving the restaurant with the investigators about 3 p.m. when he told them he had explosives in his vehicle. The investigators, who work for the Bureau of Alcohol Tobacco and Firearms and the Spokane County Sheriff's Office, broke their cover and arrested him for officer safety purposes and say he allowed them to search his blue Ford Windstar van. We checked, the Hooters Girls weren't harmed.
Via: One man was shot and another hurt as he fled a robbery Monday at a Fort Worth game room, police said. The robbers, described as four men armed with two pistols, a shotgun and a rifle, are believed to be responsible for several other game room robberies, including two last month, Fort Worth robbery Sgt. Joe Loughman said. The latest robbery occurred about 4 a.m. Monday at the Big Ten Arcade. Know these punks? firstname.lastname@example.org
Via: The FBI is searching for a suspect accused of robbing a Wells Fargo bank in southeast Houston Saturday morning. The man has been dubbed the ‘Abe Lincoln Bandit’ because of his distinctive beard. Around 11:35 a.m., the suspect entered the bank on 11102 Scarsdale and handed the teller a note demanding money. He then allegedly lifted his shirt to display a pistol stuck into his waistband. Scared to turn in Abe? We will: email@example.com
A reader once complained to us that we did way too many Baseball Cap Bank Robber Cuff 'Em stories and this guy couldn't understand why BC cared about some guy robbing a bank in a baseball hat. Today is the payoff. Today we sit back in our chair and exhale because this right here is why we get up in the morning. Humanity. To find a guy who accented his giant fake beard with a Phillies cap. JUMP!
Via: A 54-year-old man was arrested after sheriff's investigators say he threatened to kick a neighbor's buttocks after moving his bowels. "When I get done taking a (poop), I am going to kick your (expletive) (buttocks)," Gernot is quoted as telling a 40-year-old neighbor. The neighbor said he got upset and told Gernot to cease speaking to his mother in such a way. He said Gernot threatened him, and he threatened Gernot in return. Yes, it's a slow sports arrest day.