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.
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.
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.
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.
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.