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(WWSB ABC 7)   Couple go to Sheriff's Office, claim they were kidnapped, forced to use debit card stolen from woman's mother. Obviously, they didn't rehearse their lines enough before hitting the stage   (mysuncoast.com) divider line 13
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2014-05-19 02:20:55 AM
"Tammy"
 
2014-05-19 02:35:29 AM
/eh like, maybe four or five? I don't keep track
 
2014-05-19 02:39:01 AM
Clifford and Landry eventually admitted smoking four or five rocks of crack cocaine and paid their supplier by buying things he needed

investigators found five fraudulent transactions totaling $232


That's some expensive crack.
 
2014-05-19 02:41:23 AM
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Ha Ha, Chawade you are
 
2014-05-19 02:48:30 AM

drongozone: "Tammy"


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2014-05-19 03:47:18 AM

fusillade762: Clifford and Landry eventually admitted smoking four or five rocks of crack cocaine and paid their supplier by buying things he needed

investigators found five fraudulent transactions totaling $232

That's some expensive crack.


And what the hell did the dealer need? Some groceries and a few household items?
 
2014-05-19 04:00:38 AM

Gyrfalcon: And what the hell did the dealer need? Some groceries and a few household items?


That was probably the limit on the card.
 
2014-05-19 06:19:27 AM
...CSB:

In the late 90s, I was called as a witness in a court-martial at Shaw AFB SC - an airman was charged with running up his Government issue AMEX card and then telling the USAF that it had been stolen.   I was in the courtroom for the big finish - where the kid is called to the stand, and the prosecutor is setting him up for the hammer.  Kid sticks to his story, though, and the prosecutor is getting progressively more pi$$ed off.  Finally, they bring out the big gun: a 4'x4' still from an ATM security camera showing the kid getting the money, with a time/date stamp several hours after he said it was stolen.  There is NO mistaking who is in the picture, especially with the kid in the stand right next to it.   The prosecutor bellows, "Is this you in this photograph?"

The kid leans forward, peers at it for a second, and says, "No, sir."

The prosecutor's jaw bounces off the floor and everybody in the room is busting up - even the presiding officer of the court-martial is trying to keep from losing it.  They found the kid guilty, but he got serious props for sticking to his story.
 
2014-05-19 06:55:54 AM

AtlanticCoast63: ...CSB:

In the late 90s, I was called as a witness in a court-martial at Shaw AFB SC - an airman was charged with running up his Government issue AMEX card and then telling the USAF that it had been stolen.   I was in the courtroom for the big finish - where the kid is called to the stand, and the prosecutor is setting him up for the hammer.  Kid sticks to his story, though, and the prosecutor is getting progressively more pi$$ed off.  Finally, they bring out the big gun: a 4'x4' still from an ATM security camera showing the kid getting the money, with a time/date stamp several hours after he said it was stolen.  There is NO mistaking who is in the picture, especially with the kid in the stand right next to it.   The prosecutor bellows, "Is this you in this photograph?"

The kid leans forward, peers at it for a second, and says, "No, sir."

The prosecutor's jaw bounces off the floor and everybody in the room is busting up - even the presiding officer of the court-martial is trying to keep from losing it.  They found the kid guilty, but he got serious props for sticking to his story.


By serious props I assume you mean dishonorable discharge and some jail time, right?
 
2014-05-19 08:00:26 AM

SDRR: By serious props I assume you mean dishonorable discharge and some jail time, right?


He seems like a kid who'll stick to a task until it's done.  Send him to Iraq Afghanistan Sudan.
 
2014-05-19 08:58:59 AM

Gyrfalcon: fusillade762: Clifford and Landry eventually admitted smoking four or five rocks of crack cocaine and paid their supplier by buying things he needed

investigators found five fraudulent transactions totaling $232

That's some expensive crack.

And what the hell did the dealer need? Some groceries and a few household items?


They probably had to pay more since they weren't paying in cash. And they were probably paying for the crack dealer's time since he had to hang out with crackheads while he did his shopping.
 
2014-05-19 10:33:48 AM
"On Monday, 37-year-old William Clifford and 39-year-old Tammy Landry, who live with Landry's mother"

Stopped reading right there.  Two tickets to loserville, please.
 
2014-05-19 03:40:26 PM
Seen that movie. It Sucked.
 
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