Today’s Weird Crime Links February 18, 2012

On February 18, 2012, in Weird Crime Digest, by CrimeWatch

The latest from the world of Weird Crime

  • Canadian man allegedly built dungeon in old house
    A man was formally charged Tuesday with breaking into an abandoned farmhouse near Toronto and illegally installing a dungeon there. Robert Edwin White, 44, of Oshawa, Ontario, was being held pending a bail hearing Wednesday. He was charged with breaking and entering with intent to commit a crime. Contractors discovered the dungeon, or confinement room, [...]
  • Cops use stun gun on naked sock thief in Walmart Cops use stun gun on naked sock thief in Walmart
    Pennsylvania police report that a large 6-foot-4, 300-lb. naked man was stunned with a Taser after being caught stealing socks from Walmart. West Whiteland Township Police said that officers were called around 5:30 p.m. Wednesday after a man was spotted in the store wearing only a pair of socks. Surveillance footage aired by a local [...]
  • Man bungles three armed robberies within 13 minutes
    Canadian Darrell Snyder is a failure as a criminal and he’ll soon be sentenced to four years for being the robber who couldn’t. Within 13 minutes on Aug. 19, Snyder pointed a replica handgun at three different people but came away empty handed. He pleaded guilty Thursday to three counts each of robbery, using a [...]
  • Bus driver showed porn to Florida students
    Florida police SAY that a school bus driver is facing felony charges after allegedly showing pornographic images to teenage students he was transporting. Panama City cops last week began investigating Marcus Howard, 37, after administrators with Mowat Middle School contacted them with allegations that he showed “pornographic material on his cell phone” to several children [...]
  • Spilled beer sparks beating death
    Police in Dawson Creek, B.C say that a spilled beer may have sparked a violent assault that lead to one man’s death and left another with non-life-threatening injuries following a fight at a Hedley concert. Dawson Creek RCMP received the call at around 9:30 p.m. and when they arrived at the Encana Event Centre where [...]
  • Home intruder plays piano, uses skateboard
    British Columbia police say that two Asian teenagers visiting Canada will go home with scary memories of a drunken man entering their home, playing the piano and using a skateboard. The incident occurred at a home in Saanich, where the two teens were staying with relatives. Sunday afternoon, one of the teenagers heard the piano [...]
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