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(ABC News)   California man arrested and released three times in a day due to coronavirus restrictions. (w/why are you even bothering mugshot)   (abcnews.go.com) divider line
    More: Dumbass, San Gabriel Valley, Los Angeles County, California, Police, Dijon Landrum, Sheriff, Constable, Los Angeles County, city of Glendora  
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2020-05-04 10:11:18 AM  
FTFA-Dijon Landrum, 24, was allegedly attempting to drive away in the stolen vehicle.

Dijon?!  Oh-la-la!  That's the fancy French mustard!  He must be a fancy gentleman.
 
2020-05-04 1:07:32 PM  
If this is how they are going to handle things for the time being they should have let him keep the first car then there would be no reason to steal the second. I feel bad for the second guy.
 
2020-05-04 1:07:44 PM  
Once, twice, three times a Landrum...
 
2020-05-04 1:08:33 PM  
Excuse me, sir. Nevermind, I don't need any bail.
 
2020-05-04 1:08:44 PM  
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2020-05-04 1:10:42 PM  
But when a homeowner with deeper pockets eventuallly establishes justice with this guy the courts will get interested...
 
2020-05-04 1:11:06 PM  
Whew!
There for a second I thought it was my neighbor - Dijon Needs-Flushing.
/Pewp
 
2020-05-04 1:11:07 PM  
Well if my son in-law keeps getting his unemployment denied he may well look into other avenues of income too.
 
2020-05-04 1:11:07 PM  
And he has a triangle for a nose.
 
2020-05-04 1:12:24 PM  
You'd think there'd be exceptions for a guy like this.
 
2020-05-04 1:14:11 PM  

LordBeavis: FTFA-Dijon Landrum, 24, was allegedly attempting to drive away in the stolen vehicle.

Dijon?!  Oh-la-la!  That's the fancy French mustard!  He must be a fancy gentleman.


It could have been worse; it could have been fifty shades of grey poupon.
 
2020-05-04 1:15:42 PM  

clovercat: Well if my son in-law keeps getting his unemployment denied he may well look into other avenues of income too.


Like a job?
 
2020-05-04 1:18:31 PM  
The story is total bs. The cops arrested a black guy three times and didn't even shoot him once??
 
2020-05-04 1:19:18 PM  

great_tigers: clovercat: Well if my son in-law keeps getting his unemployment denied he may well look into other avenues of income too.

Like a job?


He just needs to get better at flipping cars. The current setup gives him the advantage of getting a lot of practice in quickly, but I think he might benefit more from going to prison and getting tips from more experienced criminals. He is getting caught too quickly. Then again, that's assuming he was caught every time, which might be unwarranted. Maybe he stole 50 cars in one day and was only caught twice.
 
2020-05-04 1:20:33 PM  

Klyukva: great_tigers: clovercat: Well if my son in-law keeps getting his unemployment denied he may well look into other avenues of income too.

Like a job?

He just needs to get better at flipping cars. The current setup gives him the advantage of getting a lot of practice in quickly, but I think he might benefit more from going to prison and getting tips from more experienced criminals. He is getting caught too quickly. Then again, that's assuming he was caught every time, which might be unwarranted. Maybe he stole 50 cars in one day and was only caught twice.


Somehow I misread clovercat's post as saying that the person in the article was his son-in-law.
 
2020-05-04 1:22:58 PM  

Fancy_Bear: LordBeavis: FTFA-Dijon Landrum, 24, was allegedly attempting to drive away in the stolen vehicle.

Dijon?!  Oh-la-la!  That's the fancy French mustard!  He must be a fancy gentleman.

It could have been worse; it could have been fifty shades of grey poupon.


I hear they really like that stuff in Cleveland.
 
2020-05-04 1:26:46 PM  
The dude in that mugshot is high AF.
 
2020-05-04 1:28:18 PM  

Eli WhiskeyDik: The dude in that mugshot is high AF.


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2020-05-04 1:30:40 PM  

Eli WhiskeyDik: The dude in that mugshot is high AF.


Yep. He thinks he's playing GTA.
 
2020-05-04 1:34:29 PM  
Oh look, one extreme case of rapid repeat offense, during a state of national emergency, that justifies support of a racist, oppressive, and unproductive criminal justice policy, as long as you don't think about it too hard.

Yeah, cash bail would have meant this dude would have had to wait a day or so between misdemeanors instead of doing them all at once.
 
2020-05-04 1:37:01 PM  

Z-clipped: Oh look, one extreme case of rapid repeat offense, during a state of national emergency, that justifies support of a racist, oppressive, and unproductive criminal justice policy, as long as you don't think about it too hard.

Yeah, cash bail would have meant this dude would have had to wait a day or so between misdemeanors instead of doing them all at once.


Grand theft auto is a misdemeanor there?
 
2020-05-04 1:54:38 PM  
Well, that guy is certainly determined if not particularly competent. Maybe police like having him out and "working" because he contributes to the % of cleared cases. All well and good until someone gets hurt, and maybe that someone will be him if he steals the "wrong" car.
Actually people like this gentleman are termites munching away at the fabric of society. the victims of his crimes will never look at their neighborhood in quite the same way.
 
2020-05-04 1:58:05 PM  
yhup...
 
2020-05-04 2:03:29 PM  

Klyukva: great_tigers: clovercat: Well if my son in-law keeps getting his unemployment denied he may well look into other avenues of income too.

Like a job?

He just needs to get better at flipping cars. The current setup gives him the advantage of getting a lot of practice in quickly, but I think he might benefit more from going to prison and getting tips from more experienced criminals. He is getting caught too quickly. Then again, that's assuming he was caught every time, which might be unwarranted. Maybe he stole 50 cars in one day and was only caught twice.


Except that we're letting the felons out of prison too, so if he landed there he'd have no teachers.
 
2020-05-04 2:07:09 PM  

Z-clipped: Oh look, one extreme case of rapid repeat offense, during a state of national emergency, that justifies support of a racist, oppressive, and unproductive criminal justice policy, as long as you don't think about it too hard.

Yeah, cash bail would have meant this dude would have had to wait a day or so between misdemeanors instead of doing them all at once.


Eh, his attorney will probably argue that his right were violated in that if he was arrested and jailed to start with that he wouldn't have caught the other two charges.

There needs to be some sort of annoying punishment that doesn't involve jail or fines.  I dunno, you get to walk barefoot over Lego or something or get lectured to for an hour or two by a stand in grandmother.
 
2020-05-04 2:14:22 PM  

Z-clipped: Oh look, one extreme case of rapid repeat offense, during a state of national emergency, that justifies support of a racist, oppressive, and unproductive criminal justice policy, as long as you don't think about it too hard.

Yeah, cash bail would have meant this dude would have had to wait a day or so between misdemeanors instead of doing them all at once.


I've known a lot of people who have refused to post bail because if they rack up enough time in jail their cases will get dismissed.  Prosecutor doesn't want to fark with it and figures they've already done enough time served.
 
2020-05-04 2:20:18 PM  
jimjays: But when a WELL ARMED homeowner with deeper pockets eventually establishes justice with this guy the courts will get interested...

FTFY


Anyone wonder what he did in the hours between the time when he was getting another performance award citation with a court date?
 
2020-05-04 2:41:18 PM  

Z-clipped: Oh look, one extreme case of rapid repeat offense, during a state of national emergency, that justifies support of a racist, oppressive, and unproductive criminal justice policy, as long as you don't think about it too hard.

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2020-05-04 2:46:35 PM  
I assume the Dumbass tag is for the State of California.
 
2020-05-04 3:11:04 PM  
Why is this a surprise?  The Democrat Party has repeatedly proven that violent career felons are a core constituency of their party.

Unfortunately, Trump and the Republicans have bought into it, too.

The blood of EVERY SINGLE PERSON killed by a felon released before they were originally eligible to be released is on the hands of those politicians.

There's a HUGE surge in victimization coming in the next 10 years or so.

I recall someone sentenced to 3 life sentences plus decades of time who was expected to die in prison for a series of super-violent crimes.  He was suddenly paroled because he became eligible to join AARP.  He's not eligible for Social Security for almost two decades.  It worked out to something like 7 years per life sentence, plus under 20% of the finite sentence served.
 
2020-05-04 3:39:40 PM  
They should've voted for Sideshow Bob.

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2020-05-04 3:46:40 PM  
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2020-05-04 3:55:51 PM  
Er... maybe they should have been arresting him for the crimes he was committing rather than covid restrictions. I know they are letting people out of prison, but hold him for the day and put an ankle tracker on him. That way, the crimes can be prosecuted after everything opens up again in a year or so.
 
2020-05-04 4:03:58 PM  
Worst
Criminal
Ever
 
2020-05-04 4:13:23 PM  

Secret Master of All Flatulence: Why is this a surprise?  The Democrat Party has repeatedly proven that violent career felons are a core constituency of their party.

Unfortunately, Trump and the Republicans have bought into it, too.

The blood of EVERY SINGLE PERSON killed by a felon released before they were originally eligible to be released is on the hands of those politicians.

There's a HUGE surge in victimization coming in the next 10 years or so.

I recall someone sentenced to 3 life sentences plus decades of time who was expected to die in prison for a series of super-violent crimes.  He was suddenly paroled because he became eligible to join AARP.  He's not eligible for Social Security for almost two decades.  It worked out to something like 7 years per life sentence, plus under 20% of the finite sentence served.


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2020-05-04 5:18:17 PM  

maxandgrinch: jimjays: But when a WELL ARMED homeowner with deeper pockets eventually establishes justice with this guy the courts will get interested...

FTFY


Anyone wonder what he did in the hours between the time when he was getting another performance award citation with a court date?


I'm betting he smoked reefer.
 
2020-05-04 6:00:49 PM  

RogueWallEnthusiast: Worst
Criminal
Ever


Nah. We had a guy in the neighborhood that was worse, at least at an earlier age. Three-time loser by the time he was 21.  But it was funny. Any time something in the neighborhood was stolen the police would go straight to his house after taking the report... His mother would throw open the garage door: "Let's see. This isn't ours, this isn't ours..." Stole a car and had a hundred and something tickets from the chase that he couldn't drive until he was 21--which didn't really matter because he spent most of that time in some sort of lock up. Broke into an ice cream shop up the street--in the off-season that they didn't have any money anyway--cut his arm on a window that he bled like the dickens. They knew where to go without the evidence, but followed the blood trail from the shop window to his bedroom window. Again, with his mother letting them in and fully cooperating.

(There was a story oft-told in the neighborhood of his cursing mother chasing a group of teens up the street, waving and threatening to beat them with a bong.)
 
2020-05-04 6:34:09 PM  
And this guy is stealing stuff right now as you read this.
 
2020-05-05 2:38:52 AM  
https://www.latimes.com/california/st​o​ry/2020-04-30/los-angeles-police-blame​-zero-bail-rise-repeat-offenders

How about using an article that actually uses statistics, subby? The repeat knuckleheads are 5% of the arrests. Guess we need to completely ruin the lives of the other 95% b/c our system is farked up.
 
2020-05-05 10:35:27 AM  
Last week: The first Belgian that was sentenced for violating COVID restrictions got 125 hours of community service.

This week: Guess who was caught again?
 
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