September 22, 2005

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Bozo criminal for today comes from Huntington, West Virginia, where Marshall University was having its season opener football game and parking places were at a premium. In fact, a cottage industry had sprung up where folks would let football fans park in their vacant lots or front yards. One rather industrious woman had about 20 cars on her lot, charging $5 each. Only one problem, it wasn’t her property. She had just set up shop on a vacant lot and was taking money from anyone who needed a place to park. Everything was going well until the real owner of the lot got wind of what was going on and called the cops.