Archive for 'Crime Stories'

Smoke and Mirrors

September 11th, 2014

Check out this article to see what a recent bank robbery suspect did to fool the police: That is pretty bold.  But, when thinking deeper about it, it is pretty bold to rob a bank.  I think this demonstrates what the bad guys are willing to do for money.  Don’t underestimate the crooks. Otherwise, we […]

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Copper Thieves Strike Again in Atlanta Area

May 14th, 2013

The copper thieves are at it again–striking this time at a church in Jonesboro (near Atlanta).  It always amazes me how often churches are the victims of crime but they seem to be easy targets.  In this case, copper wiring and copper pipes were ripped from the walls of this church.  Here is the link […]

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Thieves Make Off with Five Tons of Nutella

April 15th, 2013

It seems that someone has nabbed five and a half tons of Nutella, the wonderful chocolate hazelnut spread that everyone should try in one’s lifetime.  The heist occurred in the German town of Bad Hersfeld after a trailer of the spread was left parked in the center of town.  The value of the Nutella was […]

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Pictures of Suspect in Rash of Car Burglaries

January 31st, 2013

The bad guys are at it again.  This time, there has been a rash of car burglaries in Gwinnett County.  The police are saying that they have linked 21 burglaries to one person and they are now trying to find him.  This is the link to the article with more details: The Gwinnett County Post […]

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The Future of Crime

January 7th, 2013

Today is the first Monday of the new year.  As I think about what this year will bring, I try to find opportunities to challenge my current thinking and assumptions.  I came across a TED video that I thought was interesting as it provides a different perspective on the future of crime. If you are […]

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