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(NJ.com)   Armed robbers in $1 million perfume warehouse heist who shouted "NYPD, hands up" may be criminals, but at least they're not liars   (nj.com) divider line
    More: Obvious, NYPD, liars, warehouses, NJ Transit, nyc, robbery, Officers Richard LeBlanca, newark  
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2010-03-05 3:29:49 PM  
Something smells funny about this...
 
2010-03-05 3:32:05 PM  
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/obligatory
 
2010-03-05 3:32:20 PM  
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2010-03-05 3:33:02 PM  
THIS AINT NO BANK ROBBERY!
 
2010-03-05 3:33:21 PM  
FINALLY! Some honest cops for a change...
 
2010-03-05 3:33:22 PM  
That stinks
 
2010-03-05 3:33:41 PM  
But since they'll walk are they really criminals?

or

Since they're cops, aren't they by definition criminals.
 
2010-03-05 3:34:35 PM  
Those guys aren't criminals! They were just trying to start a party!!!


NYPD!
PUT YA HANDS UP!
PUT YA HANDS UP!
PUT YA HANDS UP!
ALL YOU PERFUME PEOPLE!
PUT YA HANDS UP!
PUT YA HANDS UP!
PUT YA HANDS UP...
 
2010-03-05 3:34:46 PM  
OK, show of hands, who here is surprised?
 
2010-03-05 3:34:57 PM  
Their plans went right down de toilette
 
2010-03-05 3:35:46 PM  
Wow, evidence locker is gonna stink with 750K worth of perfume in it.
 
2010-03-05 3:36:53 PM  
I smell a movie deal...
 
2010-03-05 3:37:14 PM  
BumpInTheNight Quote 2010-03-05 03:35:46 PM
Wow, evidence locker is gonna stink with 750K 130K worth of perfume in it.
 
2010-03-05 3:38:18 PM  
Wow, it seems...really, really, really dumb to identify yourself in a robbery.
 
2010-03-05 3:45:58 PM  
Crime sprays?
 
2010-03-05 3:48:04 PM  
It's no Albanian money train, but it's a start?
 
2010-03-05 3:48:20 PM  
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Would like to show them how it's done
 
2010-03-05 3:49:58 PM  

Sick_tired_and_needing_to_laugh: It's no Albanian money train, but it's a start?


Damn beat me to the shield reference by 16 seconds!
 
2010-03-05 3:56:44 PM  
I'm sure they're still liars. Just not about that.
 
2010-03-05 3:56:54 PM  
I like this from the comments:

**************
Hey FBI

Check all the Salons on Staten Island to see what they are selling. Then check to see who runs the shops.

Tell me what you find!

***************

/is it white?
//is it hot?
///is it wet?
 
2010-03-05 3:57:51 PM  
Anyone know where to get a hold of these guys? I'm getting low on Blackbeard's Delight and London Gentleman...
 
2010-03-05 4:05:34 PM  
There's a theory out there that anyone who wants to be a politician should be automatically disqualified. I wonder if anyone's thought of that for police, at least in certain departments.
 
2010-03-05 4:09:42 PM  

JohnAnnArbor: There's a theory out there that anyone who wants to be a politician should be automatically disqualified. I wonder if anyone's thought of that for police, at least in certain departments.


Most who want to be police are too fat to be in the military and too dumb to be in politics.
 
2010-03-05 4:12:56 PM  
Misuse of authority should carry a minimum 20 year no parole mandatory sentence.

Bad cops, bad cops, what'ya gonna do?
What'ya gonna do when the Feds get you.
 
2010-03-05 4:13:45 PM  

whoami9801: Sick_tired_and_needing_to_laugh: It's no Albanian money train, but it's a start?

Damn beat me to the shield reference by 16 seconds!


Man do I miss that show.
 
2010-03-05 4:15:27 PM  

busy chillin': Their plans went right down de toilette


eau, that was bad
 
2010-03-05 4:20:39 PM  
I may be naive, but how do you unload $1M in perfume?

You'd have to take a huge beating fencing it.

Total sale would have to be, what, 5-10% of retail?

That's like burning your freedom for $20K each.
 
2010-03-05 4:28:52 PM  
With these New York cops it's always one thing or the odor.
 
2010-03-05 4:40:41 PM  

offacue: busy chillin': Their plans went right down de toilette

eau, that was bad


I almost mist that.

radioman_: With these New York cops it's always one thing or the odor.


I'm sure they went through the proper chanels.
 
2010-03-05 4:43:14 PM  

Coconice: I may be naive, but how do you unload $1M in perfume?

You'd have to take a huge beating fencing it.

Total sale would have to be, what, 5-10% of retail?

That's like burning your freedom for $20K each.


I would guess that you don't knock over a perfume warehouse unless you already have a buyer. They also had to hire 15 employees and rent 6 trucks to empty the warehouse.
 
2010-03-05 5:24:24 PM  
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The man who brought them in.
 
2010-03-05 5:38:19 PM  
These losers have disgraced and endangered every honest officer on th NYPD. Maybe the other officers on the force should have a say in what their punishment is. I have a feeling it would be a good deal harsher than paid suspension.
 
2010-03-05 5:50:40 PM  
Calling CruiserTwelve to reflexively defend the police officers and blame their actions on the lack of support they receive from the public.

CruiserTwelve?
 
2010-03-05 6:04:16 PM  

Giant Clown Shoe: Calling CruiserTwelve to reflexively defend the police officers and blame their actions on the lack of support they receive from the public.

CruiserTwelve?


No no no, CruiserTwelve's angle on this will be that you cannot judge a group based on a very small minority. Most cops are good, and you are [satire]retarded[/satire] if you think otherwise, blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah.
 
2010-03-05 6:48:24 PM  

Lunaville: These losers have disgraced and endangered every honest officer on th NYPD. Maybe the other officers on the force should have a say in what their punishment is. I have a feeling it would be a good deal harsher than paid suspension.


So you want the other crooked cops of a corrupt police department to have a say in the punishment? Yeah, that will teach them a lesson.
 
2010-03-05 7:03:40 PM  

Sick_tired_and_needing_to_laugh: It's no Albanian money train, but it's a start?


Maybe it was Armenian perfume.

/yes, Armenian.
 
2010-03-05 7:27:12 PM  
If you're not one of them you're little people.
 
2010-03-05 7:39:20 PM  
Notice that they only arrested 2 people at the scene? Wanna bet those 2 weren't the cops that were involved and they will get off due to lack to evidence ?
 
2010-03-06 12:58:32 AM  

The Malingerer: Sick_tired_and_needing_to_laugh: It's no Albanian money train, but it's a start?

Maybe it was Armenian perfume.

/yes, Armenian.


Aw dammit. Self fail for me.
 
2010-03-06 2:08:57 AM  

BretMavrik: The man who brought them in.


That was a terribly underrated movie in my opinion.
 
2010-03-06 4:29:31 AM  
i love vic mackey
 
2010-03-06 12:10:23 PM  

Shrugging Atlas: BretMavrik: The man who brought them in.

That was a terribly underrated movie in my opinion.


I agree. I'm not a Stallone fan, but even he knocks one out of the park sometimes. Rocky, Cop Land, First Blood...

Had he resisted milking some of those roles to the point of self-parody he could have had the best of both worlds, mega-rich action mega-star and highly-respected actor.
 
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