Maya Angelou’s stepfather was well-versed in racketeering and had his friend’s teach her all they knew about the art of the con.
San Quentin’s Giants
And while not technically in costume: A 21-year old man being arrested on marijuana possession charges told police he was Denzel Washington.
After noticing that police spotted him curiously “digging around flower pots” along the route for Chicago Marathon, 29-year old real estate agent Bryan Duffy took off into the race and joined marathoners until he was eventually tackled by Chicago PD. His pockets contained an altoids tin with ten capsules of molly, and $541 in cash.
After going All City again, COST got busted the other night on the westside. And as evidenced by their freaking press release and terrible clothing, the NYPD couldn’t be prouder.
With an overpass designed to look like Folsom Prison’s east gate guard towers, the newly-opened $3.8 million Johnny Cash Trail will take pedestrians and bicyclists on a continuous 2.5 mile journey outside the prison walls and across its grounds—from Folsom’s City Hall to the town’s large lake, north of the prison.
“La Carnada” is a short film about a 13-year old’s first trip across the border smuggling cocaine.
The Art Forger Who Became a National Hero by Zachary Crockett
How one of the biggest fraudsters of 20th century art made millions, conned a Nazi, and emerged a national hero.
The demographics of the iPhone line have changed over the years.
Ambition granted, buddy
An elaborate case led to the discovery, and subsequent arrest, of Jimmy Cournoyer, a French Canadian playboy and international criminal.
REVOK, REYES and STEEL are suing Roberto Cavalli for ganking their artwork, using it for his own profit on pieces for his Just Cavalli fashion line, and then ironically going over them with his own wack tag. All the proof is in this exclusive document we’ve received, which you can view after the jump.