Skip to comments.Burglar found with 'how to' guide held on $125K bond
Posted on 12/06/2009 10:41:42 AM PST by valkyry1
A suspect who was burglarizing a Jeep Cherokee and was apparently found with a self-written how to guide for breaking into vehicles early Friday on the North Side was ordered held on $125,000 bond Saturday.
He was placed under arrest and one of the things police found as they were going through items he had on him was a notebook or how-to guide on how to break into cars, according to Barker who said it appeared he had written it himself.
Some of the tips he had written in the guide included, Keep looking around for five seconds. Run through gangways. Be careful [sic]. If you hear squealing brakes it may be a cop coming, so look behind you. according to Barker.
Barringer has a history of breaking into minivans and other Jeeps, especially ones that have their doors unlocked. Fridays incident was the third time in about three weeks hed been caught doing the same thing, Barker said.
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He should have made “study guide” number 1...
#1(a)(3)(ii) What ever you do, do not get caught.
So now there is, in effect, a how to break into cars for dummies. LOL. Priceless
“Fridays incident was the third time in about three weeks hed been caught”
The crook isn’t the dumbest one in this story......
They just keep letting him go....
Tiger failed too on rule #1(a)(3)(ii)
Good thing for him he did not hit a car that had a trunk monkey installed
Which is why they hung horse theives, you don't want them reproducing, and as you know , horse stealin' is way down.
Hangin', . . works every time it's tried(tied?).
Jeep minivan? And why do you have to break into a vehicle with the doors unlocked?
Maybe he was unclear on the concept/s
He forgot that one!!!
Sounds like a "Far Side" cartoon.
Oh Noos! I gotts hit by the ‘already posted’ guy!
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