Police Dispatch

Police Dispatch

A sad woman with strange "bathroom" habits and a very interesting "signature" was caught stealing a can of vodka spritzer from a convenience store.

Police Dispatch

Foothills-area pedestrians were temporarily inconvenienced by a mysterious instance of crosswalk vandalism.

Police Dispatch

A woman discovered her baby stroller missing and presumed it stolen by her estranged baby's father—especially after the father wrote a Facebook post showing off about owning a new stroller.

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Perhaps local car thieves were intrigued by the strange "decorations" on the hood of a '90s-model car they stole from a local young man.

Police Dispatch

A panhandler became criminally aggressive when people wouldn't give him money—and then whined about it when he was caught.

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A local man's ex-girlfriend came into his house without permission to commit a rather out-of-the-ordinary burglary—the heist of two comforters.

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A father found a baggie full of pharmaceuticals mixed in with his child's Halloween-candy collection.

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A real estate agent found out one of the houses she'd been trying to sell had been burglarized—at least, the property had been burglarized—in a very odd way: a large swath of fake grass had been stolen from the yard.

Police Dispatch

Should’ve Asked if He Smoked?

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“Gimme My Speakers, or the Kid’s T-Shirt Gets It”

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A man came home one night to find a strange, random female lying in his bed (apparently after helping herself to sweets from his pantry).

Police Dispatch

A professional personal-care assistant appeared as more of a "cash-taker" than a caretaker after she allegedly stole hundreds of dollars from right under the nose of the sick woman she was paid to help.

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A 37-year-old man living in his mom's trailer threw a criminally disturbing tantrum when he couldn't use his PlayStation because a neighbor had been stealing his family's wifi to watch porn, forcing his mother to disconnect their Internet.

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When a convenience-store clerk caught a woman trying to steal two cartons of cigarettes, she told him that a man outside had threatened to murder her if she didn't get them—so the clerk let her go, and she was never apprehended.

Police Dispatch

A couch-surfing thief made a rather strange and daring—but potentially lucrative—decision about what object to steal from the home of his benefactors.

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A Quick Mart clerk did try to provide service to a man who entered her convenience store, even though he wore nothing but swim trunks and seemed very out of sorts—but he pulled a (not very fruitful) shoplifting stunt anyway.

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