For most people, performing an illegal act would really get the heart pumping from fear of being caught. These three criminals didn’t let that bother them; they settled in and made themselves at home, practically begging police to come and get them.
“Hello, Room Service?”
Vinod Adhikary of Virginia had a raging case of the midnight munchies when he broke into a room at the Old Town Inn. Instead of seeking shelter or looking for valuables, he just wanted someone to cook for him — so he ordered room service! Once the motel employees realized that the order had been placed from a vacant room, they called the police. It turns out that alcohol played a role in Adhikary’s bold quest for food, and he was arrested and charged with breaking and entering, as well as public intoxication.
The Napping Jewel Thief
Dion Davis of Florida must have worn himself out stealing a bag full of jewelry from an area home. When the maid arrived, she was startled to find Davis asleep on the bed! The maid quietly called the police, who snapped a few pictures before giving Davis a rude awakening. He was arrested, charged with theft, and held on $10,000 bail. If you’re going to commit a crime (don’t), make sure you get a good night’s sleep and a hearty breakfast to keep you going.
Social Media Mishap
Most thieves would be in a hurry to leave the scene of the crime, but Nicholas Wig of Minnesota played it cool, and even logged into his Facebook account from the crime scene after stealing valuable items and credit cards. When the homeowner returned, he noticed that his computer had been used, and discovered the still logged-in profile of “Nick Dub”. Inexplicably, the thief agreed to meet up with the homeowner to retrieve some clothing he had left at the crime scene. What he got instead was a date with a jail cell.
These folks made crazy mistakes, but regular people sometimes run afoul of the law, even if they are innocent. If you are in need of bail bond services, please give us a call so that we can get you out as soon as possible!