This video's dangerous, because it convinces people the best way to avoid arrest is to act like a moron. Cop trying to give you a ticket? Lock your door, drive off, and then crash into him. Seriously, it worked.
Rather than endure a few more minutes in custody, this genius criminal jumped out of the back of a police car moving at 30 mph, only to injure himself and get arrested again. "Freedoooo...oh it hurts it hurts it hurts."
You rent a moving van, then decide to take a dubious shortcut involving forbidding Montana dirt roads. Things don't go so well after that, and the van ends up stuck in a ditch. No, wait— you were hijacked!
Three teens in the Maryland suburbs of Washington were trapped by a police officer after carjacking a Ford Escape. So the driver decided to try running over the officer's Crown Victoria in reverse. Physics sides with justice on this one.
If you're stopped by Boston police at 3:30 AM while pushing home an electric scooter that you've just stolen, here's a helpful tip. Don't tell them you're just pushing it to AutoZone to charge it. They will not believe you.
After getting ripped off in the past, a Ballard, Washington, resident installed a motion-activated camera on the front porch… and caught a woman stealing packages. The getaway car's reflection can be seen in a window. Mazda 323? Toyota Tercel?
18-year-old James Miller, of Cincinnati was pulled over on suspicion of drunk driving. Convenient for the officer as Miller had brought his own breathalyzer in the form of his Halloween costume. "Blow here" indeed. Oh, the irony. [NBC4]
Bailing on a moving stolen vehicle in the middle of a car chase makes you a bad criminal. Bailing on a moving stolen vehicle with your girlfriend still inside makes you an awful boyfriend. Defending the driver? You're Dylan Ratigan.