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(KNBC 4 Los Angeles)   Topless woman arrested and charged with theft after shoplifting at a local Macy's. Prosecutors are doubtful of getting a conviction as none of the witnesses got a good look at her face   (nbclosangeles.com) divider line 42
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2014-08-04 04:51:10 PM
Hmmm, is this one of those "Useless w/o Pics" articles or one of those "better w/o pics" articles?

fta: Jeannie Hua, 45

Meh, I'm 52 I'm gonna go with the former category there.

During the struggle, Hua's shirt and bra came off and she ran to her car...

Go  on...
 
2014-08-04 04:53:30 PM
www.wow247.co.uk

HUA!  is what Al Pacino yells when he sees a sweet set of cans.
 
2014-08-04 05:21:39 PM

quatchi: Hmmm, is this one of those "Useless w/o Pics" articles or one of those "better w/o pics" articles?


I'll let you decide:

i0.wp.com
 
2014-08-04 05:24:16 PM

Triumph: quatchi: Hmmm, is this one of those "Useless w/o Pics" articles or one of those "better w/o pics" articles?

I'll let you decide:

[i0.wp.com image 306x385]


I'm not that fussy. Physically she's passable.

She does sound a little cray cray though and the cray-to-hawt math I'm doing now pretty much disqualifies her.
 
2014-08-04 06:46:55 PM
Officers visited Hua's house the night of the theft, but no one was home, Lt. Mike Castro said.

Hua was released in lieu of $20,000 bail on Monday, LADA officials said. A court date has not been scheduled.


There appears to be some information missing between these two sentences.
 
2014-08-04 07:46:49 PM

Triumph: quatchi: Hmmm, is this one of those "Useless w/o Pics" articles or one of those "better w/o pics" articles?

I'll let you decide:


HUA!
 
2014-08-04 07:48:49 PM
Breast apprehension ever?
 
2014-08-04 07:51:12 PM
She looks like a Hua.
 
2014-08-04 07:52:09 PM

Triumph: quatchi: Hmmm, is this one of those "Useless w/o Pics" articles or one of those "better w/o pics" articles?

I'll let you decide:

[i0.wp.com image 306x385]


Roll her up in rice and send her to my bunk.
 
2014-08-04 07:55:20 PM
Mrs. Swan??
 
2014-08-04 07:55:37 PM
Mischke!
 
2014-08-04 07:56:23 PM
Hua put up a struggle with loss prevention which resulted in her losing the shirt and bra she was wearing as they tried to stop her from leaving the store, officials said.

So "loss prevention" caused her to lose something?

i.imgur.com
 
2014-08-04 08:02:40 PM
I'm more interested in why tfa is credited to a "writer" instead of a journalist. She's a very cute reporter who I wouldn't mind reconstructing the crime scene struggle with, but when did news sources start crediting their reporters as "writers?"
 
2014-08-04 08:03:20 PM

fusillade762: Officers visited Hua's house the night of the theft, but no one was home, Lt. Mike Castro said.

Hua was released in lieu of $20,000 bail on Monday, LADA officials said. A court date has not been scheduled.

There appears to be some information missing between these two sentences.


Agreed, journalism is getting too hard for some writers these days.
 
2014-08-04 08:05:20 PM
So, after RTA, she wasn't topless while she was shoplifting, and it sounds like she wasn't topless when they finally arrested her. But it's a good variation on the "smoking hot" meme because she was topless at some point during the crime, though not smoking hot
 
2014-08-04 08:09:57 PM

brimed03: I'm more interested in why tfa is credited to a "writer" instead of a journalist. She's a very cute reporter who I wouldn't mind reconstructing the crime scene struggle with, but when did news sources start crediting their reporters as "writers?"


My screen says "Whittier Daily News" after the writer's name. Newspapers quite often put "Staff Writer" on a byline, to differentiate between the writers on their regular payroll, and any freelancers or stringers.

The L.A. Daily News, which I was a stringer for many years ago, would put "Special to the Daily News" or something like that on stringer bylines (most stringers got taglines, but a lucky few would get a long enough piece to warrant a headline and byline).
 
2014-08-04 08:12:47 PM
Triumph: quatchi: Hmmm, is this one of those "Useless w/o Pics" articles or one of those "better w/o pics" articles?

I'll let you decide:

[i0.wp.com image 306x385]



Well, I wouldn't tell her no.
 
2014-08-04 08:35:02 PM
 
2014-08-04 08:46:16 PM

Triumph: quatchi: Hmmm, is this one of those "Useless w/o Pics" articles or one of those "better w/o pics" articles?

I'll let you decide:

[i0.wp.com image 306x385]


From the same GIS:

images.martindale.com

...Vegas gal who really was working her way through law school.
 
2014-08-04 08:51:06 PM
I thought you couldn't physically stop someone from leaving your store, even if you thought they had stolen something.
 
2014-08-04 08:52:01 PM

TheOther: Triumph: quatchi: Hmmm, is this one of those "Useless w/o Pics" articles or one of those "better w/o pics" articles?

I'll let you decide:

[i0.wp.com image 306x385]

From the same GIS:



...Vegas gal who really was working her way through law school.


Eff me....
 
2014-08-04 08:55:01 PM

Danger Avoid Death: brimed03: I'm more interested in why tfa is credited to a "writer" instead of a journalist. She's a very cute reporter who I wouldn't mind reconstructing the crime scene struggle with, but when did news sources start crediting their reporters as "writers?"

My screen says "Whittier Daily News" after the writer's name. Newspapers quite often put "Staff Writer" on a byline, to differentiate between the writers on their regular payroll, and any freelancers or stringers.

The L.A. Daily News, which I was a stringer for many years ago, would put "Special to the Daily News" or something like that on stringer bylines (most stringers got taglines, but a lucky few would get a long enough piece to warrant a headline and byline).


I'm looking at the bio at the bottom of the article, and it's even worse than what I thought. It says "About the Author."

Apparently her publications in this rag qualify her as a novelist. Or they have novelists covering local news. Whichever.
 
2014-08-04 09:00:42 PM
Shopkeeper: Is this some kind of bust?

Lt. Frank Drebin: Yes, it's very impressive.
 
2014-08-04 09:17:56 PM
fc06.deviantart.net

/You know, if you leave your purse behind, they might actually know who you are.
 
2014-08-04 09:23:04 PM

ChrisDe: I thought you couldn't physically stop someone from leaving your store, even if you thought they had stolen something.


Yep. Probably depends on the state but I'd say she'll probably be suing the guard and the store. Probably has a case too.
 
2014-08-04 09:31:05 PM

TheOther: From the same GIS:

images.martindale.com

...Vegas gal who really was working her way through law school.


www.threadbombing.com
 
2014-08-04 09:36:35 PM
She was topless? It could be my long lost half-sister.
 
2014-08-04 10:00:33 PM
We can use reasonable force here in Wisconsin. What does "reasonable" mean? Your guess is as good as mine...
 
2014-08-04 10:13:14 PM

TheOther: Triumph: quatchi: Hmmm, is this one of those "Useless w/o Pics" articles or one of those "better w/o pics" articles?

I'll let you decide:

[i0.wp.com image 306x385]

From the same GIS:

[images.martindale.com image 147x199]

...Vegas gal who really was working her way through law school.


www.tuvie.com
 
2014-08-04 10:28:19 PM

ChromoSomes: She was topless? It could be my long lost half-sister.


If it is then introduce me. The top half is nothing but trouble anyway.
 
2014-08-04 10:28:42 PM
Hua put up a struggle with loss prevention which resulted in her losing the shirt and bra she was wearing as they tried to stop her from leaving the store, officials said.

Immediately after, she was chased up and down the parking lot by loss prevention, a stern-faced group of offended mothers all pushing baby carriages, a leering elderly priest, a trio of disapproving nuns waggling their fingers at the priest, and a helpful middle-aged Boy Scout who was trying to give Hua her shirt back. Questioned later about the incident, the general response from all involved was, "We had no choice. The store's music system was playing Yakety Sax."
 
2014-08-04 10:37:12 PM
Mom?
 
2014-08-04 10:53:10 PM
I suppose it's one way to beat the high cost of living.
 
2014-08-04 10:54:15 PM

quatchi: Hmmm, is this one of those "Useless w/o Pics" articles or one of those "better w/o pics" articles?

fta: Jeannie Hua, 45

Meh, I'm 52 I'm gonna go with the former category there.

During the struggle, Hua's shirt and bra came off and she ran to her car...

Go  on...


justatic.com

Same person? Same name, about the right age, also in Nevada. And a criminal defense lawyer.
http://lawyers.law.cornell.edu/lawyer/jeannie-hua-753065

Yeah, I think it's her. (But they all look the same, right?):

headshots.iavvo.com

Have been charged with a crime and not sure what's going to happen? Jeannie Hua is here to help.
http://www.avvo.com/attorneys/89104-nv-jeannie-hua-270093.html
 
2014-08-04 11:05:51 PM

strangeluck: fusillade762: Officers visited Hua's house the night of the theft, but no one was home, Lt. Mike Castro said.

Hua was released in lieu of $20,000 bail on Monday, LADA officials said. A court date has not been scheduled.

There appears to be some information missing between these two sentences.

Agreed, journalism is getting too hard for some writers these days.


That's not the only thing getting hard for her. (Get it?) Here are pics of the writer:

pbs.twimg.com

i.imgur.com

She can mangle my syntax any day.
 
2014-08-04 11:31:53 PM

gerbilpox: quatchi: Hmmm, is this one of those "Useless w/o Pics" articles or one of those "better w/o pics" articles?

fta: Jeannie Hua, 45

Meh, I'm 52 I'm gonna go with the former category there.

During the struggle, Hua's shirt and bra came off and she ran to her car...

Go  on...

[justatic.com image 239x360]

Same person? Same name, about the right age, also in Nevada. And a criminal defense lawyer.
http://lawyers.law.cornell.edu/lawyer/jeannie-hua-753065

Yeah, I think it's her. (But they all look the same, right?):

[headshots.iavvo.com image 159x211]

Have been charged with a crime and not sure what's going to happen? Jeannie Hua is here to help.
http://www.avvo.com/attorneys/89104-nv-jeannie-hua-270093.html


...same "beauty mark" on upper lip?
After she finishes suing everyone in sight, she might get some first hand experience in "community service."
 
2014-08-04 11:52:02 PM

Alex_Lee: gerbilpox: quatchi: Hmmm, is this one of those "Useless w/o Pics" articles or one of those "better w/o pics" articles?

fta: Jeannie Hua, 45

Meh, I'm 52 I'm gonna go with the former category there.

During the struggle, Hua's shirt and bra came off and she ran to her car...

Go  on...

[justatic.com image 239x360]

Same person? Same name, about the right age, also in Nevada. And a criminal defense lawyer.
http://lawyers.law.cornell.edu/lawyer/jeannie-hua-753065

Yeah, I think it's her. (But they all look the same, right?):

[headshots.iavvo.com image 159x211]

Have been charged with a crime and not sure what's going to happen? Jeannie Hua is here to help.
http://www.avvo.com/attorneys/89104-nv-jeannie-hua-270093.html

...same "beauty mark" on upper lip?
After she finishes suing everyone in sight, she might get some first hand experience in "community service."


She tort you long time.
 
2014-08-05 12:26:43 AM
So it ended up being half-off?


\\ yeah, weak as water
 
2014-08-05 06:31:06 AM
Isn't there store cameras that should catch this stuff live?  If so, is it on youtube.  My cousin was asking...yeah...I don't want to see it...
 
2014-08-05 07:14:51 AM

fusillade762: Officers visited Hua's house the night of the theft, but no one was home, Lt. Mike Castro said.

Hua was released in lieu of $20,000 bail on Monday, LADA officials said. A court date has not been scheduled.

There appears to be some information missing between these two sentences.


They posted it in the second paragraph for some reason. The part where she turned herself in.
 
2014-08-05 07:16:21 AM
What's the over/under on how long until she sues for emotional damages?
 
2014-08-05 01:23:50 PM

gerbilpox: quatchi: Hmmm, is this one of those "Useless w/o Pics" articles or one of those "better w/o pics" articles?

fta: Jeannie Hua, 45

Meh, I'm 52 I'm gonna go with the former category there.

During the struggle, Hua's shirt and bra came off and she ran to her car...

Go  on...

[justatic.com image 239x360]

Same person? Same name, about the right age, also in Nevada. And a criminal defense lawyer.
http://lawyers.law.cornell.edu/lawyer/jeannie-hua-753065

Yeah, I think it's her. (But they all look the same, right?):

[headshots.iavvo.com image 159x211]

Have been charged with a crime and not sure what's going to happen? Jeannie Hua is here to help.
http://www.avvo.com/attorneys/89104-nv-jeannie-hua-270093.html


stalking is pretty farking creepy. You should get help.
 
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