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    Now, this is one stoopid dude.

    Armed robber leaves investigators a clue: his ID card

    Associated Press

    BAKERSFIELD, Calif. - Kern County sheriff's deputies said they've never seen a less cagey suspect.

    James Paul Egan allegedly robbed a 7-Eleven at gunpoint, taking care to conceal his identity by covering his face with a blue bandanna, and wearing a knit hat and gloves.

    Then he ran into the backyard of a nearby house, and threw out all the allegedly incriminating articles: the bandanna, the gloves, the hat, a .357-caliber Magnum handgun, and the jacket he'd been wearing - with his county jail property identification card in the pocket.

    The card had his photograph, date of birth and jail booking number.

    Deputies recognized him as the 21-year-old Egan, looked up his address and found him hiding in the attic of his home. He'd tried to disguise himself by shaving his head - and leaving all the hair in the kitchen trash can, deputies said.
    I have no problem at all with being proved wrong. Especially when being proved wrong leaves the world a better place, than being proved right...

  • #2
    How did this guy survive this long?
    "Have you forgotten the face of your father?"

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    • #3
      Originally posted by Tim McBride
      How did this guy survive this long?
      LoL...21 years of wasted oxygen, and he ain't finished yet...
      I have no problem at all with being proved wrong. Especially when being proved wrong leaves the world a better place, than being proved right...

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      • #4
        This guy is Harvard material.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by Priest
          This guy is Harvard material.
          I was thinking US Senator
          "Have you forgotten the face of your father?"

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          • #6
            Originally posted by Tim McBride
            I was thinking US Senator
            Usually they exercise a little more thought in stealing from us than this kid...
            I have no problem at all with being proved wrong. Especially when being proved wrong leaves the world a better place, than being proved right...

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            • #7
              Suspect identity revealed.
              Attached Files
              "As soon as men decide that all means are permitted to fight an evil, then their good becomes indistinguishable from the evil that they set out to destroy."-Christopher Dawson - The Judgement of Nations, 1942

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              • #8
                I have no problem at all with being proved wrong. Especially when being proved wrong leaves the world a better place, than being proved right...

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                • #9
                  Okay...this might not be criminal, but it demonstrates a criminal stupidity. At least stupidity this bad should be criminal...

                  Posted Jan. 07, 2004

                  Man says he’s addicted to cable; wants to sue Charter

                  By Lee Reinsch
                  the reporter [email protected]

                  Cable TV made a West Bend man addicted to TV, caused his wife to be overweight and his kids to be lazy, he says.

                  And he’s threatening to sue the cable company.

                  Timothy Dumouchel of West Bend wants $5,000 or three computers, and a lifetime supply of free Internet service from Charter Communications to settle what he says will be a small claims suit.

                  Dumouchel blames Charter for his TV addiction, his wife’s 50-pound weight gain and his children’s being “lazy channel surfers,” according to a Fond du Lac police report.

                  Charter employees called police to the local office at 165 Knight’s Way the evening of Dec. 23 after Dumouchel showed up with a small claims complaint, reportedly intimidated an employee and made “low-level threats” to employees’ safety, according to a police report.

                  The report states Dumouchel gave an employee five minutes to get a supervisor to talk to him or their next contact would be “in the ocean with the sharks.”

                  According to the report, Dumouchel told Charter employees he plans to sue because his cable connection remained intact four years after he tried to get it canceled.

                  The result was that he and his family got free cable from August of 1999 to Dec. 23, 2003.

                  “I believe that the reason I smoke and drink every day and my wife is overweight is because we watched TV every day for the last four years,” Dumouchel stated in a written complaint against the company, included in a Fond du Lac police report.

                  “But the reason I am suing Charter is they did not let me make a decision as to what was best for myself and my family and (they have been) keeping cable (coming) into my home for four years after I asked them to turn it off.”

                  According to the police report, Dumouchel called Charter to stop his cable service in August of 1999 and was taken off the billing but not the cable service.

                  In a written statement, he said he put the family TV in the basement in 1999 after he had called to get cable disconnected, but soon thereafter, his wife had moved it back and hooked up the cable connection, and it still worked.

                  He stated he “made a deal” with her that “she could watch TV as long as the cable worked.”

                  He then went back to Charter and asked that they disconnect his service, which they reportedly never did.

                  He stated that he called Charter several times to get the service disconnected for good because he felt it was addictive, according to the report.

                  Charter’s director of government and public relations for eastern Wisconsin, John Miller, says he doesn’t take the threat of a lawsuit seriously.

                  “Even though we consider our services to be a very powerful entertainment product, I don’t think it’s reached a medical level yet where it could be proved to be addictive,” Miller said.

                  “In our society, any kind of legal action shouldn’t come as a surprise to anyone,” he added.

                  Wisconsin Circuit Court records show no civil lawsuit papers filed in Dumouchel’s name.
                  I have no problem at all with being proved wrong. Especially when being proved wrong leaves the world a better place, than being proved right...

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by JAMiAM
                    Okay...this might not be criminal, but it demonstrates a criminal stupidity. At least stupidity this bad should be criminal...
                    It's the cheese.
                    And we are here as on a darkling plain
                    Swept with confused alarms of struggle and flight,
                    Where ignorant armies clash by night.


                    Matthew Arnold

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by Priest
                      This guy is Harvard material.
                      Well ya, maybe to be studied

                      Thanks for looking!!

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