September 20, 2001

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Thanks to bozo News Hawk Howard Rost for sending in today’s report. From Buffalo, New York comes the story of bozo Henry Johnson who really should have walked to his destination. But instead he decided to take Buffalo Rapid Transit, which would have been fine except that he demanded a free ride. The driver disagreed and called the transit police who arrived and charged our bozo with theft of service. And to make matters worse, he gave the cops a fake name so he was also charged with false impersonation. And they weren’t done yet. Once cops found out who he really was, they discovered he was wanted on arson and criminal mischief charges. And did I mention that in checking his possessions they also found a stolen supermarket card, gas card and library card. One more thing, he also had five bags of crack cocaine in his pockets. He got a free ride after all, to the jail.