December 6, 2002

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Bozo criminal for today comes from Scranton, Pennsylvania where bozo Ernest Vega had been charged with theft but was offered the opportunity to wipe his record clean by taking part in a rehabilitation program. When he arrived at the courthouse to enroll, he discovered he did not have the $700 fee. And that’s when the Bozo mind went to work. He stole a court stenographer’s laptop to pawn, but the pawnshop refused it because the power cord was missing. So he returned to the courthouse to retrieve it. He was arrested after a stenographer spotted him with a power cord dangling from his pocket.