Skip to comments.Naked Thief Tackled During Robbery Attempt
Posted on 07/06/2011 2:43:09 PM PDT by nickcarraway
The victim and the thief fought until the robber's clothes came off
When Miami police responded to a robbery in progress call Wednesday they received a nude awakening.
Cops arrived at NE 3rd Avenue and 82nd Street and found a man holding a naked man on the ground, who was accused of breaking into a car and stealing the radio.
According to authorities, the robbery suspect, 17-year-old Kendrick Davis, was clothed at first, but decided to pull his streak routine to escape.
It didn't work.
The owner of the car, who was getting ready to go to work, and a witness chased Davis down the street and a fight broke out, an arrest report stated.
As the fight progressed, Davis began stripping his clothes off.
That didn't stop the victim from tackling the suspect and pinning him to the ground until cops arrived.
Davis, now nude, was anything but bashful and yelled profanities at the officer and the guy who violently helped undressed him.
Police say Davis had several open arrest warrants, as well as another car radio and GPS in his possession, which are believed to be stolen.
The teen was charged with grand theft and burglary.
Pants on the ground.
umm, considering his condition, I hate to ask where he "stashed" the goods..
Between the back cushions?
The writer needs to learn the difference between robbery and burglary.
"Officer, I can explain..."
“You’re Going The Wrong Way!”...I trust you were making a Planes, Trains & Automobiles quote like
Since Kendrick’s pants were probably already hanging halfway off his butt, pulling them down the rest of the way was easy.
I think breaking into and entering a motor vehicle to steal contents is considered a burglary. Comments anyone?
Davis had several open arrest warrants, as well as another car radio and GPS in his possession
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Probably back on the street before the officer had the complete report written up.
Can’t expect to hold someone on such ‘circumstantial’ evidence now can we?
I bet he was a doctor—heard he was carrying a bag.
Ask Jose Baez.
“Do cops get paid enough for this?”
In fact, they are grossly overpaid.
Burglary, not robbery.
Haha that is darn funny.
Post of the day nomination.
Robbery is generally stealing from a person ; Burglary is stealing from a place
So a vehicle (or place) is burgled—not robbed?