September 21, 1999

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Bozo criminal for today comes from Racine, Wisconsin where bozo Gerald Williams purchased what he considered to be some bad cocaine from a local dealer. Our bozo was arguing with the dealer in question, demanding a refund. Suddenly he came up with a bright bozo idea–he would call police headquarters and have them send an officer over to settle the dispute. A patrol car was dispatched and unbelievably the bozo let the officers into his house, showed them the drugs and asked them to help him get his money back from the dealer, who was still there. (Obviously there’s more than one bozo in this story) The officers tested the drugs and settled the dispute by arresting both bozos.