Our bozo for today from Prattville, Alabama, once again proves that the old adage about a dog being man’s best friend does not apply in the Bozo Universe. Our story begins as two drug officers arrive at the home of Edward Harper, armed with a search warrant. Our bozo sees the cops and takes off running, leaving his dog Bo behind in the house. One of the cops pointed at Harper and told Bo to “go get him” and that’s just what he did. When Bo stopped and began to wag his tail in the tall grass, the cops knew they had found their suspect. He’s been charged with failure to obey police and drug possession. Good boy!
Month: October 2014
Thanks to Bozo News Hawk Troy House for sending in today’s report form Rock Island County, Illinois. Bozo Daniel Raymond was under arrest for burglary when he complained of heart issues and was taken to the hospital. While there, even though he was handcuffed to the bed and was wearing only a hospital gown, he somehow managed to escape. The cops were still looking for him when, later in the evening, when they received a strange 911 call. The man on the call said he was being chased by about 30 coyotes and was using a stick to fend them off. The police were dispatched to the scene whereupon our bozo was recognized as an escapee and placed back under arrest.
Bozo criminal for today comes from the International File in Exeter, England. Police were called to a health club after a report of a recording device in the women’s shower. The police discovered a cell phone being used to record the bathing ladies and were able to track down the phone’s owner who offered up the Bozo Excuse of the Week. He told the cops he only placed the phone in the women’s shower as a test to see if it was actually waterproof. Since he didn’t have an explanation of why he also hit the “record” button, he was placed under arrest.
Bozo criminal for today comes from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, where bozo Paul Kelly held up a bank and got away with an undisclosed amount of cash. As you might expect, robbing a bank is nerve-wracking and you might need a cigarette to calm down after it was all over. Apparently that’s what happened to our bozo. Unfortunately, he had no cigarettes on him so he stopped and asked a construction worker if he could bum one off him. This brief encounter was enough for the cops to obtain a description of our bozo, which led to his arrest. He’s been sentenced to 10 years.
Bozo criminal for today comes from Mankato, Minnesota, where bozo Riley Taylor boarded the downtown “drunk bus” after an evening of drinking at several bars. Once on board, he decided to have a little fun with a uniformed police officer who was providing security. Our bozo walked up behind him, licked both fingers and inserted them into the police sergeant’s ears, performing a “wet willie.” Not a good idea. Charges of assault with bodily fluids were dropped after our bozo showed remorse, pled guilty and apologized.
Bozo criminal for today comes from Lawton, Oklahoma, where bozo Kristi Rucker walked into the local El Chico and ordered food and several alcoholic drinks. She tnen told the waitress she didn’t have any money, but, not to worry, her husband would soon be along to pay for everything. She elaborated further by telling the server that she was married to Jesus Christ and the he would take care of the bill. When Jesus was a no-show, the cops were called and she was arrested on a fraud charge.
Bozo criminal for today comes from Berlin, Pennsylvania, where an unidentified bozo donned a mask and walked into a convenience store. She handed the clerk a black bag and instructed her to fill it with cash. Instead, the clerk reached under the counter and pulled out a can of….Raid! She sprayed the bug spray in the direction of the robber who went scurrying out the front door like one of the spray’s insect victims. The cops are looking for our smelly bozo.
Bozo criminal for today comes from Paw Paw, Michigan, where our unidentified 39-year-old bozo drove down to the local bar to pick up her boyfriend. A couple of things are wrong with this scenario. Number one, she was drunk, way to drunk to be driving. Number two, she wasn’t exactly sure where the bar was located. Unfortunately, instead of driving up to the bar’s parking lot, she was spotted by a deputy as she was having difficulty maneuvering into a parking space at the parking lot of the local jail. Oops. She’s been placed under arrest on DUI charges.
Bozo criminal for today comes from Lafayette, Louisiana, where teenage bozo Detron Bates put on a Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle mask and used a stick wrapped in plastic as a weapon when he attempted to rob a convenience store. He was able to get as far as the cash register, but couldn’t figure out how to open it. Taking what he could get, he fled with two wallets from underneath the counter. Guess it isn’t easy to run in a turtle mask, as the cops caught up with him a short distance away. He’s under arrest.
Our bozo for this morning proves that the old adage “Cleanliness is next to Godliness” doesn’t necessarily apply to bozos. Police in Bristol, Connecticut were called to the Doubletree Hotel on a report of “aggressive mopping.” The officers learned that bozo John Thompson had “become unruly” and had taken a mop from an employee and began scrubbing the floor. He allegedly began mopping more “aggressively” and mopped the employees shoes several times in addition to cleaning the floor. Neither police nor the hotel appreciated our bozo’s attempt at a clean-up. He’s been charged with breach of the peace and threatening.
Bozo criminal for today from Bellingham, Washington quickly saw the error of his ways. Bozo Richard Green walked into a local bank, handed the teller a note and demanded cash. The teller complied, and our bozo took the money and left, but didn’t go very far. Once outside, instead of running away, he simply hung around and waited for the cops to arrive. He told the officers that immediately after receiving the money, he knew he had made a big mistake and the best thing to do was just to wait to be arrested. Remorseful or not, he was taken to jail.
Bozo criminal for today comes from Modesto, California, where bozo James Morton wanted to be sure he was quiet as a mouse when he broke into a residence, so he took off his shoes and left them outside. Once inside, however, things didn’t go exactly as planned, as the homeowner woke up to find our bozo rummaging around his bedroom. Frightened, our bozo made a quick exit out the back door, leaving his shoes behind. The cops also found a bag containing some more of his belongings, while led them to a local hotel where he was staying. He was busted after the cops were able to use forensic evidence to link him to the shoes he left behind.
Thanks to Bozo News Hawk Troy House for sending in today’s report form Columbus, Ohio, where the cops have set up “Warrant Wednesday” online. Each week they post mug shots on Facebook of crooks they are looking for. Recently, they posted a picture of 34-year-old Monica Harris, along with details of a robbery and kidnapping she was alleged to have taken part in. In less than 48 hours, she reached out to the cops, but not for the reason you’d expect. She called to say that the mugshot was unflattering and demanded that they take it down. The detective said, “Sure, come on in and we’ll talk about it.” When she showed up at the station house she was placed under arrest. Maybe her new mugshot will be better.
Bozo criminal for today comes from Daytona Beach, Florida, where the cops were called to a report of a man on the roof of a Sunoco station at 3 a.m. After the officers found him, covered in tar, he offered up Bozo Excuse of the Week #1: He said he was visiting family. On the roof of a gas station at 3 a.m.? OK How about Bozo Excuse of the Week #2? He said he was an air conditioner repairman who happened to be driving by and heard the AC units making noise, so he climbed up to take a look. Nope? How about this? Bozo Excuse of the Week #3: He said he had been sleeping on the roof and had covered himself in tar so he wouldn’t be seen. OK. Can you explain the pry bar you have with you? Nope? Busted! Charged with attempted burglary and criminal mischief.
Bozo criminals for today come from our Love Is Strange department. Police in Oconto County, Wisconsin spotted our bozos’ vehicle weaving into oncoming traffic and pulled them over. Upon questioning, both the driver and his girlfriend admitted they had been drinking and two open cans of Busch Light were found on the floorboard. Both bozos, one of whom was on probation, were loaded into the back of the cruiser for transportation downtown. The cop hadn’t driven very far when he heard strange sounds coming from the backseat. Taking a look, he found our bozos locked in a loving embrace. In other words, they were making whoopee in the backseat. While we’re very much in favor of love, this was a bad idea any way you look at it. They’ve both been charged with lewd and lascivious conduct.
Thanks to Bozo News Hawk Troy House for sending in today’s report. The driver of a donut delivery truck in Portland Oregon returned to find his vehicle had been stolen. The cops were called and, no, we’re not going to make any cop/donut jokes here. Using all their donut tracking skills, the officers quickly caught up with the stolen vehicle but bozo Peter James initally refused to pull over, leading them on a brief chase. When he finally decided to stop, our bozo stuck his arms out of the window, and in one hand he was clutching a half-eaten donut. He’s been placed under arrest. There was no damage to the van but the donuts were declared a total loss.
Bozo criminal for today comes from Bourne, Massachusetts, where bozo Jill Raymond was pulled over by the cops after they noticed her driving erratically. When she got out of the car, the officers noticed she was a curvacious woman. Maybe too curvacious, as she explained to the cops that she didn’t “have a butt so I wear these”, pointing to a fake buttocks prosthesis. After a bag containing pills fell out of her pants, the cops decided to search the fake butt, where they found $350 worth of heroin and 13 Oxycodone pills. She’s busted!
Bozo criminal for today comes from New Haven, Connecticut, where the cops investigating the theft of a car at a supermarket noticed the guy in the surveillance video looked very familiar. They were so sure that he was someone with a previous record of drug possession and robbery that they came up with a clever plan to catch him. They had his probation officer set up a phony meeting with him. And in a situation like this, what would a bozo do? Drive the stolen car to the probation meeting, of course. He’s busted!
Bozo criminal for today comes from Deland, Florida, where officers pulled over a vehicle because its license tag light was burned out. Our bozo drove the car into a shopping center parking lot but didn’t stop. The cops watched as he reached for a cup in the car and dump the contents before driving out of the parking lot. He finally stopped the vehicle and dialed 911 as the officers approached the car. He said to the 911 operator, “My hands are on the wheel, sir. I have done nothing wrong.” Well, that wasn’t exactly true. The cops noticed he had a green substance stuck to his face, which turned out to be marijuana. He’s been charged with making a false call to 911, possession of marijuana and fleeing and eluding
Thanks to Bozo News Hawk Troy House for sending in today’s report from Coral Gables, Florida, where our bozo thought he had the perfect plan. First, he would break into a law firm. Then, he would quickly point the surveillance cameras toward the wall so no one would get a good look at his face. The next step would then be to take a look around for the cash that he suspected was kept there. He found what he was looking for, $3700 in a file cabinet. He grabbed the loot and walked out. Sounds like the perfect crime, right? Well it would have been, except for one teeny tiny little detail. When he turned the security cameras around, he failed to notice the mirror on the wall which reflected the camera’s image right back at him. Armed with an excellent photo of our bozo, the cops hope to make an arrest shortly.