Mikey1969: , nobody saw them, etc. Finally, someone heard something on the porch, looked out, and the bikes were gone. Being winter, they followed the track's to a house, called the cops and waited. They found a couple hundred bikes at the house in question.
simrobert2001: Mikey1969: , nobody saw them, etc. Finally, someone heard something on the porch, looked out, and the bikes were gone. Being winter, they followed the track's to a house, called the cops and waited. They found a couple hundred bikes at the house in question.why would you not sell them?
Angry Buddha: Portland, Maine, 1987. Drunks smash window of convenience store. Cops follow trail of Doritos and empty beer bottles in the snow to the thieves' apartment./I got six months with good behavior.
Gyrfalcon: Not cool story, but really dumb criminal:Guy hit a pedestrian in the crosswalk by the casino where I worked. Pedestrian got caught in the car's undercarriage, so dumb guy took off into the night dragging the body under his car. When he got to his house, he (and his passengers) fled into the dark, snowy Tahoe night, and were caught at the ends of their respective footprints. Dumb guy was charged, not with vehicular manslaughter, but with 2d degree murder. Why? Because the blood trail of the body showed that dumb guy was not only aware he'd hit the pedestrian and knew it was stuck under his car, he'd driven through a parking lot trying to shake the body loose going over the speed bumps. The crime scene was 3 miles long, including the detour through the 7/11 lot.
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