By Wyatt Earp | December 4, 2009
Pam sent me this story, and I just shook my head. First, this guy is typical of the felons we come into contact with at work. Second, the robbery happened in my division, and one of my lucky co-workers just landed the easiest job in recorded history.
I mean, come on guys, make us work a little for a warrant, will ya?
Philadelphia police are confident that a photo of a suspected robber taken on a stolen cell phone will lead them to an arrest.
Police say a 20-year-old woman was robbed of her purse Oct. 7 in the city’s Olney neighborhood. The purse had her cell phone inside.
The woman had programmed her phone so that it would automatically send photos taken on it to her home computer. Shortly after the robbery, she received a photo of a young man holding a large handgun to his head. She told police it was the same man who robbed her. (H/T – Breitbart)
This, dear readers, is called “job security.”