A Guy Steals a GPS, Then Calls the Cops When He Gets Lost
I wonder if this idiot criminal can see the irony in his story. Probably not.
24-year-old Andrew James Joffee of Chuluota, Florida broke into a house last week, and stole some cell phones, earrings, and a GPS device. Then he took off running.
It was dark, he didn't know the area . . . and he was pretty sure some WILD HOGS were chasing him. So he decided he needed help . . . and he called the cops to tell them he was LOST.
And yes, he got lost even though he had a stolen GPS with him.
The cops came out to help, but ran his name and found he had an outstanding warrant for driving with a suspended license. So they searched his backpack . . . and found all of the stuff he'd stolen from the house.
He was arrested, and a police spokesman said, quote, "In his defense, it does get pretty dark out [there] in the middle of the night."