We all love justice being served — especially when the footage is captured on tape and the bad guy goes down really really hard. Below is a choice selection of videos showing police owning criminals in a collection of the craziest takedowns.
Speeders come up with all sorts of reasons why they are speeding when caught by police – wife having a baby, late for a meeting, trying to get to church. One reason you might want to keep to yourself however is the reason Ryan Neaus, 21, Hazleton gave the officer who pulled him over for speeding – he was chasing the person who just robbed him of his Apple iPhone and three bags of marijuana.
I am increasingly amazed at what people will do to get their “15 minutes of fame.” People capturing themselves committing criminal activities on video and then posting to sites such as YouTube prove just how stupid they really are. Such is the case for two Domino’s workers who video taped themselves passing gas on salami, stuffing cheese up their nostrils and then using the foul fixins’ in the fast food.
Maine police are very thankful for the video hosting service, YouTube. Seven teens and young adults have been arrested after a video was posted that showed them setting off Molotov cocktails inside a vacated building. They even included credits at the end of the video naming those involved.
A man who allegedly sank his own yacht due to financial hardships has now been charged with insurance fraud. According to court documents, Brian Lewis sank his own yacht named in the Puget Sound Bay, then three days later, filled an insurance claim reporting the Jubilee sank accidentally.
Canadian police discovered a pot farm in White Rock, B.C. man’s house after his 11 month old accidentally dials 911 while playing with a phone. One can only imagine what was to follow.
An Amsterdam claimed his lobster was bad, but deputies said it was all a shell game. Now he faces criminal charges because he tried to return the “empty” crustacean to grocery store and shoplifted in the process.
A Columbus Ohio man who was carjacked outside a south side restaurant said his friends helped him come up with a plan to outsmart the thieves. Alan Heuss was sitting in his BMW last week with the engine running when a armed man approached him. The thief and his accomplice got away with Heuss’ car, […]
Cook County Sheriff Tom Dart recently came up with a brilliant idea to catch criminals that are wanted by the law. He set up a fake holiday cash ruse that led to the arrest of 230 suspects on warrants for forgery, aggravated battery and other crimes.
In Minnesota, a 50-year-old man who was fed up with teens toilet-papering his house decided to defend his property. And that he did with a squirt gun filled with fox urine. Now, Scott Wagar is in trouble with the law.