Thief Steals Book on Ethics - as part of the news series by GeoBeats.
Thieves can often participate in ironic, bizarre and not so savvy actions. One of them, from Kentucky, stole a textbook, titled, ‘Resolving Ethical Issues’. Terry Davis was arrested last week and charged with a misdemeanor crime; theft by unlawful taking. 25-year-old Davis stole the book from a Barnes and Noble college bookstore and later tried to sell the book to Gray’s College Bookstore. The ethical reading textbook had already been labeled stolen so employees were fast to catch on. He was also caught on both store surveillance videos making it an easy arrest.
Last month, a Florida Pizza Hut surveillance video showed a man taking part in another odd theft. A shoeless prowler used a crow bar to break the front door's glass early in the morning hours. Upon entry, he forcibly threw the cash machine on the floor in an attempt to break it open, but was unsuccessful. So, he did what any rational criminal would do; he stole some cases of mozzarella cheese from the kitchen and abruptly took off.