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(WFLA Tampa Bay)   Florida man plies his trade, proves Occam's razor   (wfla.com) divider line
    More: Florida, Police, Anthony Thomas Tarduno, Coroner, Sheriff, Constable, Hernando County Sheriff's Office, Bailiff, Crime  
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3839 clicks; posted to Main » on 08 Dec 2022 at 2:35 PM (7 weeks ago)   |   Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook



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2022-12-08 2:15:46 PM  
Wow, that is a fella that needs another hobby besides drinking.
 
2022-12-08 2:19:06 PM  
Where does one go to become an arson professional?  How (or what) is the tuition?
 
2022-12-08 2:22:08 PM  
Hey, at least he has a job.
 
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2022-12-08 2:36:48 PM  

SpaceMonkey-66: Where does one go to become an arson professional?  How (or what) is the tuition?


Arsenal FC
 
2022-12-08 2:37:06 PM  
do what you love, you'll never work a day in your life
 
2022-12-08 2:45:23 PM  

NewportBarGuy: Hey, at least he has a job.


It's not his job, it's his PROFESSION!
 
2022-12-08 2:53:18 PM  
Yeah, well, this guy did what so many of us dream about
 
2022-12-08 2:54:29 PM  
"Tarduno also stated he did not target the vehicle because it was a patrol car, and any car that had been parked there would have been set on fire," the sheriff's office said.

surejan.bmp
 
2022-12-08 3:09:38 PM  
While detectives were at the scene investigating, they said Tarduno approached them and said he was responsible. He was taken into custody.
Tarduno told detectives he was "intoxicated" and does "stupid things" when he gets drunk.



yeah confessing to your crimes is pretty stupid
 
2022-12-08 3:11:32 PM  
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I'm going to get blamed for this.
 
2022-12-08 3:19:38 PM  

FloriduhGuy: NewportBarGuy: Hey, at least he has a job.

It's not his job, it's his PROFESSION!

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Tarduno told deputies he's a "professional arsonist" with a history of similar offenses. Online jail records show he was arrested in 2012 for arson.

Give him a break - poor guy's been out of work for 10 years.
 
2022-12-08 3:22:33 PM  
CSB:

I was once questioned regarding the burning of a police car.

I used to work for a two-way radio communications company. We had many police contracts. There was a small town just outside the city limits of the city where I lived and worked. I had occasion to work on one of their police cars. Previous technicians had left a spaghetti jumble of wires all throughout the console. I did my work as neatly as I could without addressing the mess done by people before me.

A month or two later, I was in line at the bank behind a police officer from that department. I jokingly asked if car 6 had caught fire yet.

His expression and subsequent questions regarding any knowledge I might have about the situation was a clear indication that it, in fact, had caught fire.

I didn't do it, but I might have been able to prevent it.
 
2022-12-08 3:22:52 PM  

Lambskincoat: Wow, that is a fella that needs another hobby besides drinking.


...he was arrested in 2012 for arson. He also has an arrest for indecent exposure in 2011

I think his problem is not the quantity of hobbies, but their quality.
 
2022-12-08 3:29:09 PM  

SpaceMonkey-66: Where does one go to become an arson professional?  How (or what) is the tuition?


Is there a board that certifies you or something? A licensing test?

/What should I look for to make sure my arsonist is a professional before hiring them?
 
2022-12-08 3:53:44 PM  

Bootleg: SpaceMonkey-66: Where does one go to become an arson professional?  How (or what) is the tuition?

Is there a board that certifies you or something? A licensing test?

/What should I look for to make sure my arsonist is a professional before hiring them?


Is trial by fire a little too on the nose?
 
2022-12-08 3:57:32 PM  

ElPrimitivo: CSB:

I was once questioned regarding the burning of a police car.

I used to work for a two-way radio communications company. We had many police contracts. There was a small town just outside the city limits of the city where I lived and worked. I had occasion to work on one of their police cars. Previous technicians had left a spaghetti jumble of wires all throughout the console. I did my work as neatly as I could without addressing the mess done by people before me.

A month or two later, I was in line at the bank behind a police officer from that department. I jokingly asked if car 6 had caught fire yet.

His expression and subsequent questions regarding any knowledge I might have about the situation was a clear indication that it, in fact, had caught fire.

I didn't do it, but I might have been able to prevent it.


again. Don't talk to police.
 
2022-12-08 4:54:06 PM  

SpaceMonkey-66: Where does one go to become an arson professional?  How (or what) is the tuition?


Prison. Same place you end up.
 
2022-12-08 6:20:38 PM  
"Professional" is normally just a tax status. It doesn't mean he's good at the job. In this case I think it's the opposite
 
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