A Guy Is Busted for Using a Stolen Credit Card When He Signs "Thief" on the Receipts
There's a 28-year-old guy named Marc Latimore from Butler, Pennsylvania. And he recently stole a woman's credit card and used it to buy a cell phone at a Metro PCS store, and beer and cigarettes at a convenience store.
And in both cases, when it came time for him to sign the credit card receipt . . . he signed as "Thief."
I'm not sure if that was because he had a guilty conscience . . . he didn't think he could forge the woman's signature so he just went with "thief" . . . or he's just so dumb that he did that randomly because it was the first word that came to mind.
But regardless of why he did it, the cops used the "thief" receipts to figure out what time he was at the stores . . . then reviewed the security footage and identified him.
Oh, and when they called the phone he'd bought, he answered.
He was arrested for receiving stolen property and theft by deception.
Photo cred: The Butler Eagle