Skip to comments.Robbery Suspect Arrested When His Leg Falls Off (police say he doesn't have a leg to stand on)
Posted on 04/11/2007 7:45:53 AM PDT by bedolido
(CBS) POMONA, Calif. A man with a prosthetic leg that fell off while he tried to flee from police was arrested Tuesday a short time after he allegedly burglarized a market in Pomona, Calif. with an accomplice, who escaped, police said.
Gregory Daniels, 48, was booked for burglary following the crime, which occurred about 3:10 a.m. PDT at the Pomona Ranch Market, Pomona police Sgt. E. Vazquez said.
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Maybe he was just trying to be hip.
I forgot to add... he was still “armed”.
He always seemed like such a stand-up guy. (This one’s a stretch,I admit)
A wooden leg that just wooden work.
He will probably rehab in jail as a one-legged punter.
the police should have let him put the leg back on and giving him a head start.
robbers broke into a local police station and stole all the toilets. A police spokesman says they have nothing to go on.
A man with a wooden eye was very shy and didn't go out much. A friend tried to talk him into going to a local dance.
The man said, " I don't want to go - people will just make fun of my wooden eye."
The friend finally convinced him to go.
While at the dance, the man with the wooden eye just sat back in a corner and refused to ask any of the ladies to dance. His friend finally said, "Why not go over and ask that girl with the peg leg sitting in the corner to dance. Surely SHE won't make fun of your eye."
The man finally got up enough courage to go over and ask the girl.
He walked up to her and said, " Would you care to dance with me?"
The girl looked up and replied, "Oh wouldn't I, wouldn't I."
The man shouted back, "Peg Leg! Peg Leg!"
Gives new meaning to the phrase “armed and dangerous”!
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