March 26, 2002

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Thanks to Bozo News Hawk Sabina Prioletta for sending in today’s report. From Everett, Washington comes the story of bozo Curtis Shaw who seemed to be determined to get himself arrested. First, he held up a bank, writing his holdup note on a piece of paper that had the name and phone number of his girlfriend on the back. He held up another bank the next day, before the cops could track him down, this time enlisting the help of a cab driver to find a bank open on Saturday. He also borrowed a pen and paper from the cabbie to write his holdup note, which was easily traced to the cab. And to top it off, he stiffed the cabbie. His little crime spree came to an end the next day when he was recognized while shoplifting in the same store where the second bank branch was located. He now faces 14 felony charges.