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Randy Harbin And His Friends Didn’t Like Cool-Aid In His Car

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By EvilTwinJess

Lakewood, Washington  Cars are stolen every day.  Some are found and returned, some are sent to chop shops for parts, and some are wrecked by their drunken/high/stupid thieves.  Alfred Keith Roberts chose the wrong car to steal.  Roberts, better known as “Cool-Aid”, allegedly stole Randy Harbin’s car earlier this year, with Harbin’s drugs still inside.  Obviously, Harbin couldn’t just report the theft to the police because of the drugs, so he found his own way to handle the situation.  Harbin’s solution involved duct tape, a knife, and a video camera.  He and his accomplices would have been wiser to leave out the camera. (more…)


Carrie Ann Harkness Got Pissed At The Country Fair

By Evil Twin Jess

Meadville, Pennsylvania. I can think of a lot of ways to get kicked out of a convenience store. Climbing into one of those walk-in freezers or coolers could potentially be one of them. Hiding behind the racks and handing people drinks when they open the door, or just grabbing their hand when they reach in for a gallon of milk would be fun. I think it would be a riot to hide behind the energy drinks where no one could see me, and speak as if I were the items; “Help, there’s a Monster in here, somebody call Dr. Pepper!”.  I’m not sure what Carrie Ann Harkness did to warrant being asked to leave the Meadville Country Fair convenience store, because it was so completely overshadowed by her reaction to being kicked out that no one is talking about that part. (more…)


Helping Edward and Melissa Garcia Will Cost You An Arm And A Leg

 

By Evil Twin Jess

Los Angeles, California Herbert Tracy White first met Edward and Melissa Garcia at an ATM in Hollywood, where they bummed cigarettes and money from him.  He later told his wife he was helping out a “lovely young couple”.  Herbert was a former alcoholic, who had turned his life around and become known for helping those down on their luck.  According to his wife, he would often answer the phone and go out in the middle of the night to give rides to intoxicated acquaintances because he didn’t want anyone to drive drunk. The holidays were his “busy time of year”, due to all the parties, so when he got a call at 2 a.m. on November 28 asking for a ride, it was nothing out of the ordinary. Except that he never came home. (more…)


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