September 17, 1999

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Bozo criminal for today comes from New Britain, Connecticut where bozo Paul Brown was definitely doing the wrong thing in the wrong place at the wrong time. Our bozo set up a booth to sell candy for a non-existent charity for state lifeguards. He set the booth up right next to the police station and had sold about $59 worth of candy, mostly to police officers, before someone decided to run a background check. The check not only found the charity to be bogus but that our bozo also had a lengthy record for fraud. The cops walked him next door and booked him.