4 12, 1999

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Bozo criminals for today pulled off one of the biggest heists in American history, but in the end the fact that they were just rich bozos brought them down. Bozos Steve and Michelle Chambers plead guilty in Charlotte, North Carolina to stealing $17 million from the Loomis, Wells Fargo armored car company. During their time on the lam, our bozos did several things which called attention to their new found wealth and eventually led to their arrest. For one thing, they moved directly from a mobile home into a $600,000 mansion. But the capper was the time bozo Michelle walked into a bank with $200,000 in cash in a suitcase and asked the bank manager, "How much can I deposit without the bank reporting the transaction to the government?" A better question would have been, "How stupid can I be before I get caught?"