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This brazen criminal gave his thoughts on the Washington Redskins name change in an opinion article.
Real life Goldilocks has been found by the internet, and better yet -- she's from Florida!
Alternately this criminal could have just left his business card or a signed photograph at the scene of the crime.
We bet this burglar totally got laughed at by all of his burglar friends after this.
Two teens were arrested after stealing another boy's phone and then taking a selfie with it, identifying themselves. S-M-R-T!
A Florida woman was taken into custody shortly before discovering she had her drugs stashed in her special lady area.
A college student is charged with calling in a bomb threat so her family wouldn't find out she dropped out and pocketed the tuition money.
This robbery suspect might have gotten away with his crime if he hadn't snapped a quick selfie of himself beforehand.
A twenty-five year-old man claimed that drug dealers would kill him over a $200 ransom. He should have at least blamed the mafia.
A Kansas man is worried that his giant "MURDER" tattoo might hurt his case after murdering a man and leaving his body in a ditch.
A Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania man spent his Easter in jail after an egg dyeing incident went awry.
A couple was charged with stealing a car which was tracked to a courthouse where the husband was appearing on drug charges.
A Florida woman strolled into a Publix earlier this week, picked up two boxes of wine and then strolled back out.
Portland, Oregon's "Nerdy Bandit" has finally been apprehended after a crime spree dating back to October of 2013.
Pro tip: Cops find it especially helpful when your mugshot also states a brief description of why you were arrested.
If you're slated to appear on 'Maury' and have a tattoo on your neck that says "cut throat," odds are you're not gonna make it to the show.
This badass priest with the Catholic Diocese of Fairbanks was charged with a DUI plus drugs and weapons offenses after he being pulled over last week.
Violating terms of your probation? Sounds like a good thing to share on social media!
Earlier this month a man deposited $31,000 into his bank, however due to an oversight the money was accidentally given to an 18-year-old with the same name.
All of the weirdo stars must have been in perfect alignment for a man named Christopher Reeves to get arrested wearing a Superman shirt.