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(News4Jax)   Police hear about pawnshops with lots of brand new merchandise, arrest Florida Krillin   (news4jax.com) divider line
    More: Florida, Retailing, Joseph Hulsey, suspicious pawn transactions, Police, Pawnbroker, Jacksonville Sheriff's Office, Retail Crime unit, JACKSONVILLE  
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2022-03-19 6:31:07 AM  
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2022-03-19 9:12:29 AM  
But he looks so trustworthy!

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2022-03-19 10:56:51 AM  
His special move is Solar FAIL
 
2022-03-19 10:59:22 AM  
Excuse me, his real name is Kuririn.

Although if you want to get super pedantic it would be クリリン.
 
2022-03-19 11:01:34 AM  
Hulsey was charged with 121 felonies, plead guilty to 10-counts, and was sentenced to 54 months in prison.

KRILLIN OWNED COUNT: 10
 
2022-03-19 11:05:48 AM  
So, more of a pwnshop than a pawnshop.

/ sometimes the cover matches the book's contents to a T
 
2022-03-19 11:09:01 AM  
article is a bit light on details. either this guy had an instore accomplice, or the store's security people need to be fired. There's no way this dude would walk in a store repeatedly over a span of months and not set off suspicions.
 
2022-03-19 11:20:00 AM  

Hey Nurse!: article is a bit light on details. either this guy had an instore accomplice, or the store's security people need to be fired. There's no way this dude would walk in a store repeatedly over a span of months and not set off suspicions.


Yesterday, there was a story about Larry, Moe, and Curly who stole over 70 ceiling fans before getting caught.  Recently, there was a story about a box store that had 6 figures/year in counterfeit cash going thru their store for several years before they caught on.

These stores literally give zero shiats about theft either by employees or the public.
 
2022-03-19 11:21:37 AM  
So $18K of hot merch, at typical fence rates turns into $1.8K in the thief's pocket. And he'd have to be running back and forth a lot ripping shiat off and schlepping it to the fence. Now add in the time locked away, making at most $0.50 an hour to assemble office furniture or something. He'd have been far better off if he'd just got a job at a Subway. Panhandling probably would have worked better on a per hour basis, too.
 
2022-03-19 11:54:24 AM  
So no charges brought against the pawn shop(s) that bought these items from him, or were they the ones who alerted the police to this guy? You can't tell me walking into a pawn shop with large amounts of new/in box power tools doesn't set of red flags.
 
2022-03-19 11:58:36 AM  

Diogenes: But he looks so trustworthy!

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White.  Trash.
 
2022-03-19 12:02:50 PM  

Hey Nurse!: article is a bit light on details. either this guy had an instore accomplice, or the store's security people need to be fired. There's no way this dude would walk in a store repeatedly over a span of months and not set off suspicions.


According to Google, there's 9 Home Depot's and 7 Lowes in Jacksonville, and dozens of other hardware and tool stores on top of that. He most likely never hit any single store more than once.
 
2022-03-19 12:10:12 PM  

Dr Jack Badofsky: Diogenes: But he looks so trustworthy!

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White.  Trash.


Everyone judges him by his tattoos and he can't get a job. No wonder he turned to a life of crime! That, and he can get a bit bitey when someone raises their voice around him
 
2022-03-19 1:21:33 PM  
Now do the assholes that steal catalytic converters.  They're stealing them from entire fleets now and contractors and trucking companies have to fence in their parking lots.

Another group is stealing trucks, backing them into convenience stores at night, chaining the third-party ATMs to the hitch and yanking them out of the floor and out the door.
 
2022-03-19 1:53:53 PM  

Valter: Excuse me, his real name is Kuririn.

Although if you want to get super pedantic it would be クリリン.


I'm gonna be even more pedantic and point out dude from TFA has a nose.
 
2022-03-19 2:07:09 PM  

Halfabee64: Now do the assholes that steal catalytic converters.  They're stealing them from entire fleets now and contractors and trucking companies have to fence in their parking lots.

Another group is stealing trucks, backing them into convenience stores at night, chaining the third-party ATMs to the hitch and yanking them out of the floor and out the door.


ATMs are a biatch to get into and modern ones destroy the cash inside when they're improperly opened. Most recent tech uses a glue pack that explodes and fuses the money into an inseparable brick
 
2022-03-19 2:07:17 PM  

Hey Nurse!: article is a bit light on details. either this guy had an instore accomplice, or the store's security people need to be fired. There's no way this dude would walk in a store repeatedly over a span of months and not set off suspicions.


That's why the Cops got "a tip" about suspicious transactions.  Most likely from the Pawn Shop.  So they monitored it for a bit with the help of the Pawn Shop and then busted him.
 
2022-03-19 2:22:51 PM  

Diogenes: But he looks so trustworthy!

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Man right?
 
2022-03-19 2:46:34 PM  
In Jacksonville it's worth fifty bucks....
 
2022-03-19 4:17:44 PM  

Mega Steve: Dr Jack Badofsky: Diogenes: But he looks so trustworthy!

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White.  Trash.

Everyone judges him by his tattoos and he can't get a job. No wonder he turned to a life of crime! That, and he can get a bit bitey when someone raises their voice around him


Tattoos? I just can't trust someone with a perfectly fine hairline that shaves himself bald as a stylistic choice.
 
2022-03-19 4:42:45 PM  

Zik-Zak: Hulsey was charged with 121 felonies, plead guilty to 10-counts, and was sentenced to 54 months in prison.

KRILLIN OWNED COUNT: 10


If you know, you know.
 
2022-03-19 6:08:34 PM  
It's pretty obvious that he was the tool used to pawn the tools. I've seen smarter people locked up because they took back stole baby clothes for their girl.
 
2022-03-19 6:41:10 PM  
Everyone judges him by his tattoos and he can't get a job. No wonder he turned to a life of crime! That, and he can get a bit bitey when someone raises their voice around him

Getting a tattoo is a life choice, and when you make that choice then you stand to be judged by others.
 
2022-03-20 2:24:46 AM  

jtown: Hey Nurse!: article is a bit light on details. either this guy had an instore accomplice, or the store's security people need to be fired. There's no way this dude would walk in a store repeatedly over a span of months and not set off suspicions.

Yesterday, there was a story about Larry, Moe, and Curly who stole over 70 ceiling fans before getting caught.  Recently, there was a story about a box store that had 6 figures/year in counterfeit cash going thru their store for several years before they caught on.

These stores literally give zero shiats about theft either by employees or the public.


agreed.  I saw a person pull up to a lowes home improvement and load up their car with merchandise set up for sale on the front sidewalk.  i got the car tag and related info and spoke to a manager.  they confirmed that no one had purchased the goods i described ( so it was a theft) and they then told me that security wouldnt be in until the next day.  besides, they didnt prosecute shoplifters, but I was free to make a report.  i just shook my head and walked away.
 
2022-03-20 7:18:36 AM  

jimmyjackfunk: Zik-Zak: Hulsey was charged with 121 felonies, plead guilty to 10-counts, and was sentenced to 54 months in prison.

KRILLIN OWNED COUNT: 10

If you know, you know.


Quack!
 
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