A burglar calls 911 after a homeowner pulls out a gun.
Talk about tables turned upside down.
Take one man, named Christopher Moore who allegedly called 911 after trying to burglarize a home.
The homeowner woke up to find a strange man in his bedroom. He grabbed a gun and ran outside, chasing after Moore.
The homeowner was able to snatch the suspect’s keys. He along with his so aimed firearms at the culprit while his wife called 911.
During this awkward scene, Moore sat in his truck and also called emergency operators stating “I'm out in the country somewhere. Some guy's got a gun on me”.
Officers soon arrived at the residence. When asked why he had been in the house, Moore simply replied that he had “bad intentions”. He was arrested and charged with burglary.
Earlier this year, another man was involved in an illegal blunder. The North Carolina male called the cops after he claimed to have lost $20,000 in drug money at a location in Tucson.Fearing that he would be killed for losing the money, he thought police could help him out, by writing a false receipt explaining that the cash had been seized. He was arrested on suspicion of money laundering and racketeering.