June 12, 2002

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Bozo criminal for today comes from Madison County, Nebraska where bozo Curtis Baxter bought himself a check printing program at the local office supply store. Then, in true bozo fashion, he printed up a check made out to himself for $22 million. Nope, he didn’t try it out with a $20 check, he wrote one for $22 million. He pulled up to the drive-thru window at the Bank of Norfolk and tried to cash it (small bills please). Even though he gave the teller his ID, she told him she couldn’t cash it since the check didn’t have the name of the issuing bank on it. Not willing to give up that easily, our bozo returned a short time later with the name "Reality Perspective Bank" hand written at the top of the check. Still didn’t work. He’s under arrest.