Misguided burglar attempt

Dylan Zeller got into an argument with a friend who didn’t want him to drive drunk, and caused enough of a ruckus to get cops called to the scene. Zeller, who was described as “belligerent,” was restrained, handcuffed, and tossed in the back of a cruiser – where he proceeded to kick and bang his head against the windows and doors. The 18-year-old was transported to a hospital for evaluation, and after saying he needed to use the bathroom, he was handed a portable urinal – which he used and emptied onto the officer assigned to guard him. He stands charged with disorderly conduct and second degree assault.

 Michigan man Alan Markovitz recently moved into the home in Bloomfield Hills, which is next door to where his ex-wife lives with her new lover.  So he gave them a welcome home gift – a 12-foot-tall statue of the middle finger erected on his lawn. Markovitz told WJBK that he erected to statute to get even with the ex-wife’s new lover. He said he never meant for the matter to be public, but said the story grabbed local media attention when his ex-wife’s daughter posted a picture of the statue on twitter.

gpsA Colorado crook stepped into a mess of trouble when he decided to celebrate his release from custody by going on a robbery spree – while wearing an ankle bracelet designed to track his every move. Ironically enough, Brandon Campbell was sentenced to wear the monitor after he was convicted of stealing a GPS device earlier in the year. He didn’t let his court-issued jewelry get in the way of his job, however, breaking into more than a dozen houses in Denver’s suburbs, causing thousands in damage and boosting armloads of booty. Campbell tried to plead not guilty to the offenses, but forgot that his tracking system placed him at the scene of each robbery at the exact time it was happening

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