Thanks to Bozo News Hawk Glen Snow for sending in today’s report from Bangor, Maine. According to police, our bozo stole a flatbed truck from American Concrete Industries in Veazie and headed north. Cops tracked the truck down, finding it at our bozo’s residence in Hershey Township, about 45 miles from the Canadian border. What makes this story worthy of mention is our bozo’s Excuse of the Week. He told the cops he stole the truck to “haul missiles up to Canada.” No word on where he was getting the missiles or why Canada needs them. He’s under arrest.
Bozo criminal for today comes from Brooklyn, New York, where bozo Isaiah Taylor is accused of repeatedly pulling the emergency brake in the back of subway cars, causing 747 delays over the past few months. So, how was he caught? Apparently on May 16, in addition to stopping the car, he decided to drop his pants and expose himself to the passengers. In an unusual case of a bozo being foiled by modern technology, one of the passengers whipped out a cell phone and took a picture of his, um, junk. The evidence was provided to the cops who used the photo to make a positive ID of our bozo. Busted! Charged with reckless endangerment, criminal trespass and indecent exposure.
Bozo criminal for today from Hackettstown, New Jersey, violated Bozo Rule Number 242901: Don’t drunk dial the cops. Apparently bozo Randy Wilson had a little too much to drink at the local bar. After several attempts to calm him down failed, employees of Marley’s Gotham Grill kicked him out the front door and told him he was banned for life. So, what would a bozo do under such circumstances? Call a friend for a ride home? Nope. Start walking and look for another bar? No way. Dial 911 to complain? Yep. Officers arrived and found him drunk, outside of the building yelling and cursing at the staff. When he turned his anger toward the cops, he was arrested and charged with disorderly conduct and abuse of 911.
Thanks to Bozo News Hawk Daniel Pierce who sent in this story from Gresham, Oregon, which proves once again that Bozos should read the daily report to keep from making the same mistakes over and over. Once again we have a bozo fleeing from police. Cops turn on the flashing lights and our bozo whips into the first parking lot he finds. And not just any parking lot…the one belonging to the police station. He sped around the lot and crashed into a parked car. He’s busted! Charged with felony elude, DUI, criminal mischief, reckless endangering, reckless driving, driving while suspended and unlawful delivery of imitation controlled substance. The last charge refers to trying to sell fake drugs, according to police. Whew. A new record for number of charges!
Bozo criminal for today comes from the International File in Sunderland, England, where we have an unusual theft to report. Our bozo approached a police cruiser parked at a rail station, took out his tools, and removed the blue light bar from the top of the cop car. He then tossed it over his shoulder and walked away. Not surprisingly, the whole thing was caught on security cameras. We don’t know what he planned to do with the lights because the photo quickly lead to his identification and arrest.
Bozo criminal for today comes from Walhalla, South Carolina, where cops received a report of a woman driving down the street in a toy car. Upon arrival, they found bozo Megan Anderson tooling down the street in a teency silver Power Wheels truck. When they stopped her, she offered up the Bozo Non Sequitur of the week. She said she was riding the toy truck “as part of a scavenger hunt” and that she “wanted to be a professional wrestler like her father and this was how to do it.” Huh? She was arrested and charged with operating a toy truck while under the influence.
Bozo criminal for today comes from Moorpark, California, where a motorcycle cop noticed something wrong with a big tractor-trailer rig that pulled through town. Upon further inspection, it was the license plate that was the culprit. Let’s see..black and yellow color, check. Seven digit number, check. State name: “Califas”. While that may be common Mexican slang for California, the state isn’t a part of Mexico just yet. In addition to being charged with making a fake license plate, he was also charged with drug possession, driving without a license and having an active warrant for his arrest.
Thanks to Bozo News Hawk Glen Snow for sending in today’s report from the International File in Beersheba, Israel. Our bozo walked into a bank, handed the teller a note demanding all the cash in the drawer. The first indication he was a bozo was that he misspelled “drawer.” The second was that he threatened to blow up the bank with a “grenade”, which in fact was an avocado he had painted black. Surprisingly, he still got away with $4450 in cash. This all worked so well that he tried the same approach five days later, again getting away with $3300 in cash. However, he went to the avocado bin one time too often, as this time the cops had surveillance video and cell phone records to go on. He’s now under arrest. The location of the weaponized avocado is unknown.
Bozo criminal for today comes from Fort Pierce, Florida, where police working an undercover sting operation noticed a guy wearing a rather interesting shirt. Bozo Terry Smith had on a t-shirt with the word “Coke” boldly printed on the front of it. When the cop approached him, he immediately offered to sell him four crack cocaine rocks. Busted! He was also found to be in possession of marijuana and MDMA. Some guys never learn. He’s spent nearly 17 years in prison on various drug related charges, and was just released in February. He’s going back.
Bozo criminal for today comes from Tampa, Florida, where bozo Fabricio Gonzalez was pulled over at 4:30 Sunday morning on a routine traffic stop. When the officer approached the vehicle, she immediately noticed a white powdery substance on his nostrils which she believed to be cocaine. His nose was swabbed and the test came back positive for coke. In the meantime, his backpack was searched, turning up a small baggie of cocaine, 250 grams of marijuana and 13 Xanax pills. Just a routine bust, right? Nope. Our bozo wasn’t going quietly. He attempted to clear things up by offering up the Bozo Excuse of the Week. While he admitted there was cocaine on his nose, he said it was not his. Huh? He didn’t offer an explanation as to how someone else’s cocaine ended up in his nostrils. He’s busted!
Bozo criminal for today comes from the International File in Manchester, England, where our bozo left his backpack behind when he got off the train. The lost backpack was turned in to the cops who opened it in an effort to return it to its rightful owner. What they found inside made things a little more interesting. Twenty-five tablets, a large amount of white powder, small snap bags containing white rocks, snap bags containing white powder and a scale. Oh, and the man’s ID, containing his name and address. Oops. The police are giving him the opportunity to come in and claim his stuff.
Bozo criminal for today comes from Norwich, Connecticut, where bozo Shanelle Wilson pulled up to the local McDonalds and ordered a chicken sandwich. It seems our bozo is very picky about her sandwiches as she flew into a rage when it arrived and it was “not made correctly.” She got into an argument with the manager, who was 29 weeks pregnant, slapping her and a male employee before being given a refund. But even that wasn’t enough, as she then headed to the kitchen to make the sandwich herself. More slapping and shoving ensued and the cops were called. Our bozo was arrested and charged with breach of peace and assaulting a pregnant woman. No word on whether she ever got a proper sandwich.
Bozo criminal for today comes from Slidell, Louisiana, where our unidentified bozo needed her Taco Bell fix. Really, really needed her Taco Bell. And when she arrived, she was dismayed to find that the restaurant was out of both hard and soft taco shells. So maybe she went to another Taco Bell? Nope. Maybe switched to a burger? Nah. Called 911 to report the outage? Yep. She called up the Slidell Police department to complain about the taco shortage. The cops informed her that, while this was a crisis, there was nothing they could do about it. No word if charges were filed for 911 abuse.
We have had many, many failed bozo attempts to steal ATM machines, but today’s story from Okaloosa County, Florida, may just top them all. Two masked bozos entered the Boardwalk on Okaloosa Island, whipped out a blow torch and went to work on the ATM. Things didn’t go exactly as planned when, instead of cutting into the machine, the torch welded the metal parts of the locks and hinges shut. Oops. After it became apparent they weren’t getting anywhere, our bozos packed up and left. Police hope surveillance camera pictures will lead to an arrest soon.
Bozo criminals for today from St. Clair County, Michigan, violated Bozo Rule Number 884484: Be sure the place you’re planning on robbing is actually still in business before scheduling your break-in. Our bozos used a pry bar to break into a grocery store and headed toward the pharmacy, hoping to steal medications. Unfortunately, the pharmacy in the store had been closed for some time, causing our bozos to leave empty-handed. As they left, security cameras caught a clear picture of their license plate. They’re busted! Charged with breaking and entering of a building with forced entry and malicious destruction of property.
Thanks to Bozo News Hawk Glen Snow for sending in today’s report from St. Augustine, Florida. Bozo Nicholas Carlson was pulled over after he was spotted driving erratically. As the cops approached the vehicle, our bozo sped away. A few minutes later, apparently thinking he had made a clean getaway, he called 911 to gloat. On the call he said, “what do we pay you guys for? Like I’ve driven past four cops.” He then went on to brag that no one could catch him because his Hyundai was really fast. He was wrong. He was pulled over and a quick look inside the vehicle found numerous drug paraphernalia, including several pipes, a jar full of marijuana, THC wax, a small bag containing an unknown white powder, and a dish containing a pink tinted crystal substance. He’s busted!
Bozo criminal for today from Alpena, Michigan when to the well, or in this case, Walmart, one time too many. Bozo Matthew Alexander entered the store around 1:30 am and took several items from the electronics department, exiting through the garden department and dragging the loot to his car nearby. This worked so well, he decided to try again. Twenty minutes later, he entered the store again, grabbed a shopping cart, filled it with more electronics and again left through the garden center. Guess he got home and discovered he still had some empty space in his house so he returned again 30 minutes later and once again left with a bunch of stuff. However, this time the alert Walmart employees were onto him. Someone got the license plate number and called the cops. Police found the items, including three 50-65-inch TV’s, a drone, an AT&T cell phone, a computer building kit, a flashlight, a Schwinn bicycle, a HP Pavilion Desktop, a PS4 Racing Wheel, and a Western Digital 6TB Hard Drive at his home. He’s busted!
Bozo criminal for today comes from Zephyrhills, Florida, where the cops were called to a report of a domestic disturbance. It seems our 27-year-old bozo Cody Clark had gotten into some kind of argument with his mother. So, he picked up a weapon and hurled it at her. Guess they were perhaps eating dinner at the time as the weapon he threw was a corn cob. Yep. A corn cob. No serious injuries were reported. He was arrested and charged with domestic battery.
From Fort Pierce, Florida, comes our Bozo Excuse of the Week. Cops gave chase to a vehicle they saw run a red light. After a short pursuit the pickup truck pulled over and that’s when our bozo offered up this classic excuse. He said he ran the light and fled from the cops because “his pants were down.” Further investigation found that there was another passenger in the car, who was apparently performing a sex act on him at the time of the alleged offense. Crack cocaine and a crack pipe was also found in the truck. His companion was charged with drug possession and prostitution after she admitted the drugs were hers. Our bozo was sited for running a red light.
Bozo criminal for today violated Bozo Rule Number 112218: If you’re going to steal a car, be sure what type of fuel it takes. Police in Crooked River Ranch, Oregon, where police were called to a report of a domestic disturbance. It seems our bozo had threatened his stepfather with a gun, then stole a vehicle before fleeing with his girlfriend and his three year old son. Three hours later a tow truck called the police with a tip that he had been called to tow a stalled vehicle that matched the description of the stolen car. The police were able to arrest our bozo without further incident. Oh, did we forget one vital piece of information? Our bozo had noticed the car was low on fuel so instead of stopping at a gas station, he stole a gas can from a barn and put the fuel in the tank. One problem. The gas can was full of diesel fuel. And the car ran on regular gas. Oops. He’s busted, charged with menacing, pointing a firearm at another, unlawful use of a weapon, second degree burglary, third degree theft and being a felon in possession of a firearm.