Stupid criminals of the week

| November 21, 2020

Our first story comes in from Jeff LPH 3. It’s an older story, but worth visiting.

Naked Florida hairdresser, 31, arrested for performing a sex act in the street, jumping on a couple’s Lexus and throwing a tantrum when police arrived

A naked hairdresser stopped traffic on a residential street at the weekend by performing a sex act in front of a couple’s car then climbing on top of it and throwing a tantrum when the police arrived.

Police were called to the intersection of East Par Street and Formosa Avenue in Orlando, Florida, home to two churches, at 11.15pm on Sunday night.

Amie Carter, 31, was seen by drivers walking down Formosa Avenue with no clothes on.

She then approached a white 2008 Lexus occupied by Eric and Sarah Carlson and was seen to ‘fondle herself in front of the car’ according to the arrest report.

Carter then climbed onto the hood of the car and stomped on it causing multiple dents to the hood and roof.

She then threw a cellphone at the vehicle behind, the Orlando Sentinel reported.

The report stated that when police officers arrived they observed that Carter ‘appeared to be under the influence [of] a heavy unknown substance’.

‘She appeared in an altered mental state, displaying extremely irrational and volatile behavior.’

When Carter was asked to get out of the street, she refused.

Officers then tried to remove her from the roadway, but she resisted by ‘by pulling and kicking her legs in the air’.

Once the officers had wrestled Carter to the side of the road, they placed her in handcuffs and covered her in a blanket.

Orlando Fire Department responded to the scene for medical assistance and Carter was transported to Florida Hospital South for observation.

She was arrested and charged with criminal mischief and exposure of sexual organs and detained at Orange County Jail where she remains on a $1,100 bond.

She caused approximately $1,500 in damage to the Lexus and the Carlsons intend to press charges.

Source; Daily Mail

Alleged porch pirate arrested after wearing exact same shirt to court from surveillance footage

An accused porch pirate has been arrested after wearing the exact same shirt the very next day to a South Carolina courtroom that he had worn to steal packages from peoples’ porches, according to authorities.

The series of events began after a picture of a man in a green and red North Face shirt was posted to the Goose Creek Resident Group on Facebook by somebody claiming he had stolen packages that had been left on porches in the neighborhood.

“Beware of this porch pirate!” the social media post began. “This was around noon today in The Oaks. Notice the empty Amazon package in his hand. It is something he stole off a neighbor’s porch and threw the empty package in my trash can (dumb crook) — and then stole the package off my porch (all on camera) and stuffed it in his backpack, with whatever else he had stolen in the neighborhood. He was with a second person also on a bicycle. The police have been notified.”

However, in an announcement posted to Facebook by the Goose Creek Police Department, authorities confirmed that the man had been arrested after appearing in a courtroom the very next day wearing the same shirt he had been pictured in while stealing items off of residential porches.

“Remember seeing the post on the left?” the Goose Creek Police Department asked in the social media post. “Well, sometimes people actually do make our job easy. This guy decided to come into our courtroom the day after the first post was made and lucky for us he was even wearing the same shirt. We are happy to say he is in custody.”

The social media post did not identify the suspect in the pictures or confirm why he was in the courtroom in the first place or if his court appearance was at all related to the stolen packages.

Source; ABC News

Disney Springs guest caught with concealed BB gun, pretends to be DEA agent: report

The DEA does not issue BB guns to its agents.

An 18-year-old man was arrested in Florida for bringing a concealed weapon into the Disney Springs area of Disney World in Florida. When he was approached by authorities, the suspect reportedly claimed to be a DEA agent and even showed what authorities believe is a fake badge.

Park security at Disney Springs flagged Nathaniel Smith as possibly having a gun and contacted authorities, Fox 35 Orlando reports. When a deputy approached the man, Smith allegedly claimed that he had recently been hired as a special agent by the Drug Enforcement Administration’s Atlanta, Georgia, division.

Smith reportedly showed authorities a badge when they asked to see one. Fox 35 reports that deputies later located similar-looking badges being sold on Amazon.

When authorities asked Smith to provide a phone number for his supervisor at the DEA, Smith was allegedly unable to provide one. It was eventually discovered that Smith was carrying a concealed BB gun in his waistband. The gun was reportedly a replica of a Glock 19 and was loaded at the time.

Smith was taken into custody and the gun was seized. He has reportedly been charged with impersonating an officer, unlawful display of a badge, and carrying a concealed weapon.

Source; Fox News

‘Don’t want him to be soft’: Florida man accused of taking child with him on crime spree

The KoB sends in this candidate for father of the year.

A Florida man accused of several burglaries told deputies he brought an 8-year-old child with him for some of the alleged crimes because he was “trying to toughen him up,” authorities said.

Ernest McKnight III, 36, of Lake Wales, was arrested Thursday and charged with burglary of an occupied dwelling, burglary of an unoccupied dwelling, burglary of an unoccupied conveyance, grand theft motor vehicle, tampering with evidence, petit theft and three counts of contributing to the delinquency of a minor, according to a news release from the Polk County Sheriff’s Office. He is also facing traffic charges and a negligent child abuse charge from Lake Wales police, according to WFLA-TV.

According to the Polk County Sheriff’s Office, McKnight allegedly stole an empty red Hyundai that was parked in Lake Wales on Nov. 7. The car was idling and its owner was outside of the car surveying for construction, the television station reported.

On Thursday at about 7 a.m., McKnight allegedly rummaged through an SUV when a man left the vehicle to walk his dog at a park, then left the scene, the sheriff’s office said.

Several hours later, a Lake Wales homeowner said they saw McKnight steal a package from their front porch. When the homeowner told him to return the package, McKnight allegedly yelled, “It’s mine now,” and left the scene, the sheriff’s office said.

After Lake Wales police were unsuccessful in pulling McKnight over, the sheriff’s office used an aviation unit to find him near a Lake Wales home, WFLA reported.

According to the sheriff’s office, McKnight had an 8-year-old boy with him when he allegedly committed some of his crimes. Deputies who asked McKnight why he took the child with him said the man responded by saying, “I was trying to toughen him up … I don’t want him to be soft.”

“Folks, if you would like to read that last part again, go ahead, the sheriff’s office wrote on its Facebook page. “We’ll wait as your brain cells calm down.”

“Taking a child out with you while you committing felonies is not the proper way to create a positive influence,” Polk County Sheriff Grady Judd said in a statement, adding that the child was reunited with his family. “I’m quite confident that there is not a child psychologist out there who would agree with this guy’s idea of proper activity for a child.”

Source; WFTV

Finally, we have a real special pair of ladies sent in by the KoB.

Pair of women arrested for trying to bail inmate out with fraudulent funds

A pair of women was arrested last week after investigators said they tried to use fraudulent funds to bail out a Clayton County [Georgia] jail inmate.

Jaclynn Pierce and Tarra Powell used stolen credit cards to put more than $43,000 on inmate Michael Parker’s books, investigators said. The amount would cover his bail, but they hoped to also get a check back on the balance from the sheriff’s office of more than $18,000 in the process, investigators said.

The sheriff’s office was alerted to the money being put on his books and began an investigation.

Parker remains in jail and deputies then arrested Pierce and Powell for violation of Georgia’s Credit Card Transaction Fraud and Racketeering Act.

Nothing suspicious at all about someone having 43 grand on their commissary account.

Source; Fox 5 Atlanta

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  1. Toxic Deplorable Racist SAH B Woodman says:

    2 Florida Men = 1 Florida Women.

  2. USAFRetired says:

    The cops just left. They said if I was going to walk around the house naked, I had to do it on the inside.

  3. 5th/77th FA says:

    “Man, pul-leaze, how stoopid can people be?” “Hold my (substance of choice) and watch this!”

    Again, we have got to quit asking how stoopid can they be. It’s becoming a challenge.

    I gots to step out for a bit to pay Honors to the fallen at the Battle of Griswoldville. Due to the Commie Flu, the State is not allowing us to do the formal Memorial Service that we have been holding for those Warriors (of BOTH sides) for the last 15 or so years. No Rifle or Gun Salute this time, but a group of us will meet, place some wreaths and do a Hand Salute.

    Y’all mind the store while I’m gone…AND Behave!

  4. Sparks says:

    “I’m quite confident that there is not a child psychologist out there who would agree with this guy’s idea of proper activity for a child.”

    Yea and I’m quite confident, they are just not looking hard enough either. Child psychologists are about as liberal, touchy-feely as they come.

  5. 5JC says:

    I always wondered whatever happened to Amie Carter. I am not surprised TBH.

  6. I have to thank the genuine under the kitchen sink water purifier Gods for providing me Florida purifide water.