Daily Commentary – Thursday, September 1, 2016 – Funny Postings on the Internet Regarding Notes in Car Windows
- People are leaving often very funny little notes for prospective thieves on their windshields
TRY EXPLAINING THIS ONE WHY YOU ARE IN PRISON TO YOUR FELLOW RAPIST AND MURDERING CONS …
THE CANDY MAN THIEF … 35 year old Jesus N. Ibarra was arrested last week and charged with grand theft of a cargo and possessing stolen property. The stolen property was 7,500 pounds of candy! The candy, which had not passed inspection, was supposed to be hauled to a San Bernardino county location for destruction. However, Jesus N. Ibarra decided to steal the candy and put it in his garage. According to the police reports, when the truck arrived to its location, about 7,500 pounds of candy were missing. This is where the greed and stupidity of those that commit crimes once again comes into play. The police were tipped off when they saw an ad turned up on Craigslist and a Facebook site for High Desert Deals.
The Candy man – Sammy Davis Jr.
Candy bars led to jail bars for a 35-year-old desert man caught with a garageful of stolen sweets, say San Bernardino County sheriff’s officials.
Hesperia resident Jesus N. Ibarra was arrested a 1:14 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 7, at his home along the 13100 block of Modesto Court and booked for investigation of a grand theft of a cargo and possessing stolen property, jail records show. He was released on bail.
The trouble started after Excel Corporation — the West Coast distributor for Mars Candy Company — contracted with a trucking company to haul a load of candy that hadn’t passed inspection to a San Bernardino county location for destruction.
When the truck arrived, about 7,500 pounds of candy were missing, sheriff’s officials said in a written statement.
Deputies caught a break when advertisements turned up on Craigslist and a Facebook site for High Desert Deals. That prompted a search warrant for Ibarra’s home.
I think i wrote on this story just so that I could use the Candy man video by Sammy Davis Jr.
The body was found Monday night Fielding Street, in the area of 7 Mile Road and Evergreen appears to be that of missing 24 year old Kajavia Globe. However, positive identification needs to be confirmed by the medical examiner. Family members filed a missing persons report Saturday, December 12.
The police are stating that there was evidence of foul play in the disappearance of Kajavia Globe. Her vehicle was found abandoned on Chatham Street, near Telegraph Road and Fenkel, early Monday morning, 3 days after she went missing and surveillance video showed a masked man using Globe’s bank card to withdraw cash at an ATM at 7 Mile Road and Telegraph, late Friday afternoon.
Detroit police are working to confirm whether a body found Monday on the city’s west side is that of a missing 24-year-old woman.
The body was found early Monday evening on Fielding Street, in the area of 7 Mile Road and Evergreen. Police and family members were at the scene.
Assistant police chief Steve Dolunt told reporters that though authorities believe the body belongs to Globe, confirmation by the medical examiner is required.
Image of masked person who allegedly took an unspecified amount of money from Globe’s bank account. (Photo: DPD)
“We’ve got the body of a black female, appears to be in her 20s, in the backyard of this location,” Dolunt said. “At this time, it appears to be our missing [person], we can’t confirm it until the medical examiner gets here. At this time, we cannot confirm the cause of death.”
Earlier Monday, police said there was evidence of foul play in the disappearance of Kajavia Globe.
Globe’s car was found abandoned on Chatham Street, near Telegraph Road and Fenkel, early Monday morning — three days after she went missing.
About two miles from that location, police say surveillance video shows a masked man using Globe’s bank card to withdraw cash at an ATM at 7 Mile Road and Telegraph, late Friday afternoon.
Anyone with information should call Detroit police at (313) 596-5840.
43 Year Old Karen Dolley’s Fends Off Home Intruder (Jacob Wessel) With Japanese-Styled Sword, Ninjato
NEXT THING YOU KNOW OBAMA AND DEMOCRATS WILL BE LOOKING TO TAKE AWAY OUR RIGHT TO BEAR NINJATO’S TOO.
SCARED MONKEYS HERO OF THE WEEK GOES TO KAREN DOLLEY, HOME OWNERS GETS MEDIEVAL WITH HOME INVADER …
Why do I get the feeling that this would be robber would rather have been shot than be sliced and diced with a razor sharp ninja sword. 30 year old Jacob Wessel went into the wrong house to rob Thursday night on 10th Street and Emerson Avenue on Indianapolis’ Eastside. 43 year old Karen Dolley said that she awoke around midnight to the voice of a man in her house and began punching him about 10 times and cornering him in her bedroom. Then it got real. It turns out that Karen has had medieval combat training. Karen reached for her gun but opened the wrong drawer. Karen then reached for her backup weapon, a Japanese-styled sword called ninjato, which she keeps near her bed. Folks, this thing could fend off and cut the heads off Zombies let alone a home invader. This is a classic as she held the 5 ft. 10 inch Wessel at sword point until the police arrived.
When a man broke into Karen Dolley’s home on Thursday night, her training in medieval combat came in handy. So did her sword.
The 43-year-old woman said she awoke around midnight to the voice of a man in her house near 10th Street and Emerson Avenue on Indianapolis’ Eastside.
She leapt out of bed, turned on the lights and saw him standing in her living room, she said. Then her instincts kicked in.
Dolley, standing 5-foot-6, said she immediately attacked, punching him about 10 times and cornering him in her bedroom.
She reached for her gun in a nearby drawer, but she accidentally opened the wrong drawer during the chaos of the moment, so her gun wasn’t there.
She reached for her backup weapon, a Japanese-styled sword called ninjato, which she keeps near her bed. Her intruder crouched in the bedroom as she held him at sword-point until police arrived, she said.
Jacob Wessel of Greenwood was later arrested by the police after forcing his way through the house’s backdoor and was later charged with residential entry, a Level 6 felony. There was no mention as to whether he soiled himself.
I BET UBER NEVER HAD THIS IN THEIR BUSINESS MODEL …
23 year old armed robbery suspect, Dashawn Terrell Cochran, appears to have used UBER as his getaway vehicle from the scene of the crime. After having held up a store in Parkville, Maryland, the suspect was seen getting into a the back of a silver Lexus. The Baltimore County Police Department say he pointed a gun at a store employee and demanded that he give him money. When the Baltimore police pulled the drive over, the driver said he was an Uber driver. Imagine that. Cochran was arrested and charged with armed robbery, first-degree assault, second-degree assault and theft less than $1,000. He is being held on $500,000 bail. The Uber driver and another passenger in the vehicle were released, having had nothing to do with the robbery.
I guess they really are everyone’s private driver … even armed robbers
A 23-year-old man suspected of armed robbery tried to take an Uber car to help him get away after he held up a store outside Baltimore, police said.
The suspect, Dashawn Terrell Cochran, was at a store in Parkville, Maryland, early Wednesday morning when he allegedly took a bottle of Tylenol cold medicine to the register, the Baltimore County Police Department said. Police said he then pointed a gun at an employee and demanded money.
Cochran ran from the store with an undisclosed amount of cash, but officers began to track his path, police said.
Cochran was seen getting into the back of a silver Lexus, and when officers pulled the car over, the driver said he was an Uber driver, police said.
Maybe it is the UBER passengers that need all the back ground checks and not just the UBER drivers.