Dundee, Fla Man Fakes Robbery

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Dundee, Fla

Cristal M Clark

Guess today is a 2 for 1 in terms of stupid criminals who get caught and both from Florida. This time a Dundee, Florida man decided that he really did not want to show up to work so after much contemplation, rather than just call in, fake an illness, fake grandma died, my personal favorite (someone called into me once with this), faked cancer, faked a disabled vehicle, this brilliant individual, he faked a robbery.


It’s a little extra I’ll admit. 32-year-old Brian Anderson called 911, yes he did call 911 to report an armed robbery. According to deputies Brian stated that two unknown suspects took all of his money, his necklace, and his cellphone.


Now I know you are all wondering given the lack of pay phones these days, how he called police.

Brian then said that the robbers casually threw his phone on the ground, jumped into a black Ford Crown Victoria, and gleefully sped off into the distance.

According to the investigation which was quite drug out, deputies responded to the scene with Air and K-9 units and searched and searched, spoke to witnesses until finally, Brian admitted to them that the whole thing was false.

Turned out, Brian worked at the local fast food chain, Hardee’s and simply did not want to go into work for his 11 am shift and deal with the whole needy lunch crowd that tends to show up during a busy weekday.

Subsequently, Brian was arrested and charged with Misuse of 911 and Knowingly Giving False Information to Law Enforcement.  


I wonder if DA’s nationwide noticed the Jussie Smollett case and will now just let those that file a false police report off, knowing they are guilty?

Brian probably does not have much money and most likely will not have a job now, so maybe give the guy a break like Jussie Smollett?

Cristal M Clark

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West Palm Beach Florida Prostitution Problems


West Palm Beach Florida Police

Cristal M Clark

Florida is well known for being the state where seemingly all of the ineptest of all criminals live and commit crime and Florida seems to be pretty okay if not downright proud of that fact.


Homeless 50-year old Jon Omer Sengul called the West Palm Beach police to report, and this floors me, that he paid for sex but instead got ripped off. He paid $500, I need to pause right here, this guy is homeless yet had $500 to spend on hookers? Alrighty then, Jon summoned the police on 3/22 to the West Palm Beach Days Inn, located at 2300 45th St. and explained to dispatch that, he had offered 4 people (a greedy homeless man I see), $500 for one or more of them to come to his hotel room and have sex with him.


He then paid them and this is unbelievable, they never showed up, in fact he never saw them again.

Let’s backup because I am a bit confused, here is a homeless guy who has $500 for sex, in cash and also a hotel room? Just how much does being homeless pay these days?


The police have to love it when someone calls them after they have committed a crime, but report only the part that features them as a victim, as if the police are going to gloss over the individual caller’s part in the matter. To that point, West Palm Beach officers were sure to clarify with Jon that he was in fact soliciting for sex, once confirmed they promptly arrested him.

It is unclear who the thieves were or if they will ever be found, or even if the police believe that homeless Jon paid anyone $500.

As for Jon, well he was not shown any love here and now faces a little jail time instead. Perhaps his cellmates will show him some love?

Cristal M Clark

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