TODAY’S GENIUS AWARD GOES TO . . . . . . .
John Mogan, 28 and Ashley Duboe, 24, who were arrested after posting selfies with the loot they stole from an Ohio bank.
The pair robbed a bank last month and got away with a sizable amount of cash.
However, for some reason, they posted photos online holding the money, including a selfie of Morgan with a big wad of bills in his mouth.
Their post caught the attention of authorities and the pair are now in jail for multiple felonies.
AND THEN THERE’S …..
Jose Daniel Claudio Jr., 38, who was arrested at a Florida pawnshop for trying to sell them a car stereo amplifier that he had taken off the shelf.
Police say that Claudio removed the sales sticker from the amplifier and successfully sold it to the clerk without them realizing it.
It wasn’t until he returned to the store the next day to try the same move with a backpack leaf blower that they caught on to his scheme.
According to police, Claudio has several convictions for other crimes including attempted burglary of a dwelling and possession of burglary tools.
OR HOW ABOUT …..
Everydith Zohar Birrierl, 30, an Orlando woman who vandalized several cars with a spray can, but left a trail for cops that lead right to her apartment.
Investigating officers found white paint leading from the four vandalized vehicles to a banister on the second floor of a nearby apartment building.
The first apartment up the steps had white paint on the door and a can of a white spray paint in the trash.
Birrierl, who had white paint on her face, both sides of her hands and on her cellphone, denied any wrong-doing.
She’s now facing criminal mischief charges for damages more than $3,000.
OKAY, ONE MORE …..
A 37-year-old Kansas man, who swiped a farm combine and lead police on a slow-speed chase.
Ellwood County police received a call of a man’s combine being driven off his property.
When they caught up with the combine the driver refused to stop, ramming two police cars and knocking over several power polls.
Officers fired 18 rounds, including one to the oil tank, that finally disabled the machine.
The sheriff said the unidentified suspect was trying to restart the combine when he was taken into custody.