From Racine County Eye:
By Heather Asiyanbi in Police and fire · October 6, 2015 · No comments
"Mount Pleasant police say two Racine men attempted to steal 23
lobster tails from Aldi’s by stuffing them down their pants and are now
facing theft charges.
"Anemencio Delacruz, 38, and David Starks, 46, were charged Monday in
Racine County Circuit Court. Delacruz was charged with one misdemeanor
count each of obstruction and theft. If convicted he faces up to 18
months in prison and/or up to $20,000 in fines. Starks was charged with
one misdemeanor count each of obstruction, theft, and bail jumping. If
he is convicted, he faces up to 2-1/3 years in prison and/or up to
$30,000 in fines.
"According to the criminal complaint, officers were called at 1:47
p.m. Friday to Aldi’s, 6925 Durand Avenue, for a report of shoplifting
in progress. While police were en route, dispatch advised that the
suspects – later identified as Delacruz and Starks – were leaving the
store and headed through the parking lot toward Walmart. Witness
provided descriptions of both men.
"Officers say store employees told them Delacruz and Starks were seen
stuffing lobster tails down their pants and into their coat sleeves.
This is not an uncommon occurrence, workers said,"
Read more: http://racinecountyeye.com/police-men-stuffed-23-lobster-tails-down-pants-admit-stupidity/
Lobster tails? I would have gone after some steaks.
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