Category Archives: crime

duck, duck, geese!


saw these geese in the middle of the railroad tracks

with a lot of corn spread around

they seemed to have no intention

of leaving this lucky buffet

even though it was located

right in the middle of the train tracks

and continued on down the tracks for a bit

when i mentioned

that i thought someone was setting them up

for an early demise

it was roundly agreed that the corn probably just fell off of a train.

 never occurred to me.

maybe i should stop reading and watching so much true crime.

maybe why i’m not a detective.

“introvert, but willing to discuss true crime.”

-t-shirt wisdom



home is where….?


The investigation is ongoing and more arrests may occur.
What if you came home one night and your house was missing?
Michigan State Police troopers have made an arrest in connection with a cabin that was stolen from a county road in northern Michigan. Police said through tips, several search warrants executed on cellular devices, and interviews, troopers were able to locate the cabin only a few miles away.

The troopers said Jeremy James Knoll became a suspect when the cabin was found on his property. He reportedly attempted to hide the cabin by placing large pieces of sheet metal around it and altering its appearance, but troopers found matching serial numbers inside the stolen cabin.

Knoll was charged with receiving and concealing stolen property and was given a $20,000 bond. The investigation is ongoing and more arrests may occur.

“home is wherever you leave everything you love and never question that it will be there when you return.”

-leo christopher


source credits: Dane Kelly, WILX

cracking the case.


A man has been convicted of stealing nearly 200,000 chocolate eggs, worth around £40,000 ($48,000), in what British police have dubbed an “eggs-travagent theft.” Joby Pool, 32, pleaded guilty in court on Tuesday to criminal damage and theft, West Mercia Police said in a statement.The chocolate was recovered when Pool was stopped by highway police on Saturday, the force said.

According to PA Media, prosecutor Owen Beale said: “This clearly wasn’t spur-of-the-moment offending, if I can put it like that, because he had taken with him a tractor unit and he had to know that the load was there in the first place. It’s clearly a leading role and it’s clearly significant planning.”

Pool’s solicitor John McMillan told the court: “He stopped the vehicle when he realized he was being followed. He realized that the game was up – he realized the police were behind him and pulled in when it was safe to do so. He wasn’t offering any resistance and he was then arrested. Shortly after the theft a vehicle, presumably purporting to be the Easter bunny, was stopped northbound on the M42 and a 32 year old man was arrested on suspicion of theft.”

my deep thoughts on this case:

i do love these, but one or five are generally enough to make me happy for a year.

i also love true crime and find this fascinating

i wonder why he chose cadbury chocolate eggs as his loot

(though i do admire his choice)

i wonder what would the easter bunny have done without these

i wonder if there is a thriving black market for this merch

it seems an odd crime, but then, most crime is odd by the very nature of it.  

“he who steals a little steals with the same wish as he who steals much, but with less power.”



source credits: ianne kolorin, london cnn, pa media

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