Over the years in the Bozo Criminal Report, we’ve had any number of unusual things left behind at the scene of the crime, but the one for today is an “Award Winner” for sure! From Lakewood, Washington, comes the story of bozo Alfred Stroupe, who burglarized a residence, getting away with a woman’s purse and a box of coins. Investigating officers noticed something shiny had been left behind in the front yard. Taking a closer look, they found it was a “Salesman of the Month” plaque from the local Mazda dealership. And like most plaques, it came with the winner’s name engraved on it. He”s busted!
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I guess he’s no longer officially considered salesman of the month. It doesn’t matter how many dumb criminal stories I read they never ceases to amaze me and I’ve seen a lot of things left at crime scenes like cell phones, wallets and holdup notes. But I have never heard of someone leaving a salesman of the month plaque! That is funny!
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