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(WTVY Dothan)   Orange apron? Check. Meth? Check. Brilliant plan? See previous question   (wtvy.com) divider line
    More: Amusing, Crime, PANAMA CITY, Dustin White, Home Depot employee, Panama City Police, Arrest, Resisting arrest, grand theft  
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2222 clicks; posted to Main » on 04 Mar 2021 at 7:30 AM (10 weeks ago)   |   Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook



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2021-03-04 7:30:57 AM  
Smallface and potatohead on the same person.

Pretty rare.
 
2021-03-04 7:35:11 AM  
I wonder if this meth-head ran into this Home Depot customer by any chance.


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2021-03-04 7:51:09 AM  
Looks like George Costanza,
 
2021-03-04 7:55:10 AM  
It was his polite and helpful service that first drew suspicion...
 
2021-03-04 7:57:48 AM  
I wonder what he grabbed that was worth so much yet small and light enough to just walk out.
 
2021-03-04 7:59:46 AM  
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I wonder how much meth this Home Dopey employee had that day...
 
2021-03-04 8:00:11 AM  

Riche: I wonder what he grabbed that was worth so much yet small and light enough to just walk out.


2 Dewalt cordless drills.
 
2021-03-04 8:02:22 AM  

Riche: I wonder what he grabbed that was worth so much yet small and light enough to just walk out.


i was thinking the same thing. Probably some fancy foreign drill that can go through concrete or something.
 
2021-03-04 8:02:45 AM  

steklo: [Fark user image 740x791]

I wonder how much meth this Home Dopey employee had that day...


No relationship?

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2021-03-04 8:05:30 AM  

Salmon: No relationship?


It's funny you say that. I have her photo saved under "mustard"

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2021-03-04 8:09:57 AM  
He should have waited until the truck stopped moving before he tried to load it.
 
2021-03-04 8:11:59 AM  
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2021-03-04 8:13:42 AM  

Riche: I wonder what he grabbed that was worth so much yet small and light enough to just walk out.


He was loading his loot into the back of a U-Haul trailer, so perhaps he rolled out a cart with large items. The orange apron let him Jedi mind-trick his way out of two other Home Depots without being caught.
 
2021-03-04 8:15:35 AM  

T Baggins: The orange apron let him Jedi mind-trick his way out of two other Home Depots without being caught.


It was almost a good idea to dress up like an employee. But I am sure real employees were like, "who's the new dude moving stuff out into the parking lot?  Hey, he doesn't work here..."
 
2021-03-04 8:15:36 AM  

steklo: [Fark user image image 740x791]

I wonder how much meth this Home Dopey employee had that day...


That's kinda hot.
 
2021-03-04 8:16:09 AM  
White is charged with grand theft, scheme to defraud, possession of meth, and resisting arrest without violence in connection with the incident at the Panama City store.

I have never heard of a more bullshiat charge than "resisting arrest without violence"
 
2021-03-04 8:16:43 AM  
Stand still long enough while wearing khaki pants and either a red or blue shirt will get you an entourage at some stores.
 
2021-03-04 8:17:12 AM  

Gaddiel: White is charged with grand theft, scheme to defraud, possession of meth, and resisting arrest without violence in connection with the incident at the Panama City store.

I have never heard of a more bullshiat charge than "resisting arrest without violence"


Fleeing?
 
2021-03-04 8:17:20 AM  

valenumr: That's kinda hot.


Not only that but the paint sort of matches her orange apron. Color coordinated. I bet she chose that color on purpose.
 
2021-03-04 8:18:07 AM  

Gaddiel: I have never heard of a more bullshiat charge than "resisting arrest without violence"


I have. How about being arrested for having a joint. Now, that's a bullshiat charge right there.
 
2021-03-04 8:20:21 AM  

steklo: valenumr: That's kinda hot.

Not only that but the paint sort of matches her orange apron. Color coordinated. I bet she chose that color on purpose.


I doubt it. It is also all over everything in the background. I am guess she didn't secure the lid properly while using the paint mixer.
 
2021-03-04 8:22:02 AM  

Shakespeare's Monkey: wearing khaki pants


Ah  you're talking about Target.

Have you seen some of the women that work there, they always seem to manage to get the Khaki pants that fit too tight around the waist.
 
2021-03-04 8:23:24 AM  

Gaddiel: White is charged with grand theft, scheme to defraud, possession of meth, and resisting arrest without violence in connection with the incident at the Panama City store.

I have never heard of a more bullshiat charge than "resisting arrest without violence"


Running from the cops after they catch you stealing shiat, then giving up after a few hundred feet. You're resisting arrest, you knew it was wrong, but you're not being violent. What's the problem?
 
2021-03-04 8:23:47 AM  

GameSprocket: I doubt it. It is also all over everything in the background. I am guess she didn't secure the lid properly while using the paint mixer.


Ha..stop being so logical!  It was clearly her co-worker who opened the lid a tiny bit for a good laugh...they weren't getting along that day.

/I like to imagine elaborate stories behind some wacky photos....
 
2021-03-04 8:37:41 AM  
You forgot the Florida tag.

Man, that scam was around when I was working for the company in the early 80s. It would sometimes work in new stores where everybody hadn't got to know each other yet. But Corporate would pick up on it pretty quickly.

But it's still a whack-a-mole game.
 
2021-03-04 8:42:25 AM  
yeah that's not a bad idea, though hardly new.

i used to steal from those places when i was an IV drug addict.

thanks to people like me 20 years ago it's a lot harder to steal from there today.

/you're welcome
 
2021-03-04 8:44:25 AM  
dukeblue219
Gaddiel: White is charged with grand theft, scheme to defraud, possession of meth, and resisting arrest without violence in connection with the incident at the Panama City store.

I have never heard of a more bullshiat charge than "resisting arrest without violence"

Running from the cops after they catch you stealing shiat, then giving up after a few hundred feet. You're resisting arrest, you knew it was wrong, but you're not being violent. What's the problem?

*****


The problem?  The PROBLEM??
You just made a cop run a few hundred feet, sir.  THAT is the problem.
 
2021-03-04 8:51:32 AM  

davynelson: You just made a cop run a few hundred feet, sir.


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I was in the army, we had weight standards. I am flabbergasted that police don't do the same.
 
2021-03-04 8:55:01 AM  

steklo: [Fark user image 740x791]

I wonder how much meth this Home Dopey employee had that day...


Clearly she pushed all the right buttons on the paint mixer, and it really really liked it.
 
2021-03-04 8:55:34 AM  

steklo: davynelson: You just made a cop run a few hundred feet, sir.

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I was in the army, we had weight standards. I am flabbergasted that police don't do the same.


"Up or out" has a different meaning for civilians.  Once we're done growing up, we grow out.
 
2021-03-04 8:58:12 AM  

steklo: davynelson: You just made a cop run a few hundred feet, sir.

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I was in the army, we had weight standards. I am flabbergasted that police don't do the same.


And we had to pass a PT test every six months. He couldn't catch a cold, even ii he had a headstart.
 
2021-03-04 9:01:29 AM  

lefty248: And we had to pass a PT test every six months


Wait...every 6 months? Mine was at the end of every month. Had to do over 50 push ups, 50 sit ups in under a few minutes and run 2 miles under 16 mins...

1987-1990
 
2021-03-04 9:29:27 AM  

dukeblue219: Gaddiel: White is charged with grand theft, scheme to defraud, possession of meth, and resisting arrest without violence in connection with the incident at the Panama City store.

I have never heard of a more bullshiat charge than "resisting arrest without violence"

Running from the cops after they catch you stealing shiat, then giving up after a few hundred feet. You're resisting arrest, you knew it was wrong, but you're not being violent. What's the problem?


Maybe if resisting arrest has a history of being abused to slap on extra charges on a person. People have been arrested only for "resisting arrest" without the officers being put in a position where they needed to explain what the person was being arrested for in the first place. Tack on a nonviolent to that, and it just becomes more of a joke.

steklo: Gaddiel: I have never heard of a more bullshiat charge than "resisting arrest without violence"

I have. How about being arrested for having a joint. Now, that's a bullshiat charge right there.


That is a stupid law but, at least in theory, you're being arrested for something you actually did. The fact that possessing a joint is an arrestable offense is incredibly idiotic and reflects the broken way our legal code is determined. With "resisting arrest charges" it's often just a bullshiat charge just to have more charges to bring against a person.
 
2021-03-04 9:33:11 AM  

Gaddiel: Maybe if resisting arrest has a history of being abused to slap on extra charges on a person.


Maybe if it didn'thave a history of being abused, I mean to say before having my first cup of coffee.
 
2021-03-04 9:35:13 AM  

Gaddiel: With "resisting arrest charges" it's often just a bullshiat charge just to have more charges to bring against a person.


One would think the cops would want "less" work to do instead if piling new charges on a perp.

But then again, I guess it's all up to the DA what charges to actually use.
 
2021-03-04 10:12:16 AM  

steklo: Gaddiel: With "resisting arrest charges" it's often just a bullshiat charge just to have more charges to bring against a person.

One would think the cops would want "less" work to do instead if piling new charges on a perp.

But then again, I guess it's all up to the DA what charges to actually use.


Cops don't mind doing extra paperwork if they can do it on OT.
 
2021-03-04 10:31:04 AM  

Gaddiel: Cops don't mind doing extra paperwork if they can do it on OT.


True, very true. Never thought of that. A+
 
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