May 3, 2006

Bozo criminals for today learned the hard way that honesty is not always the best policy. From San Francisco, California comes the story of a group of four bozos who were pulled over by the cops on a routine traffic stop. When the officer asked them where they were going, one of them responded that they were on their way to rob a bank. And he wasn’t lying. A quick check of the officer’s computer found that their description matched that of a group of robbers who were suspected of holding up a number of area banks over the last few months. They’re under arrest.

May 2, 2006

Bozo criminal for today violated Bozo Fashion Rule #36789: Your jail wardrobe may not be the best choice for wearing on the outside. From Redlands, California comes the story of bozo Joseph Adams who was released from a California prison after serving time for theft. He had only been out for a few days when frightened residents called the cops after seeing him standing on a street corner wearing a jail issue windbreaker with the words "CDC prisoner" on the back. Thinking they had an escaped con on their hands, the cops rushed over to investigate. Turns out our bozo was supposed to have turned in the jacket upon release. Police arrested him for being in possession of stolen property and for parole violations.

May 1, 2006

Thanks to Bozo News Hawk Glen Snow for sending in today’s report. From Knoxville, Tennessee comes the story of bozo Aaron Lancaster who was sentenced to six months in jail in a drive by shooting incident. It was the letter he sent to the folks back home that got his sentence raised to eight years. Our bozo wrote to a friend asking him to take over his marijuana dealing business while he was away. He forgot that the authorities routinely screen outgoing mail.