Wednesday, November 12, 2008

California Man Drives Stolen SUV to Court While Jury Deciding His Case

California police have charged a man with driving a stolen Lexus SUV to court the same day a jury was deliberating whether he was guilty in another stolen vehicle case. The police were called to the courthouse parking lot after people noticed several dogs around the vehicle. As the police were conducting surveillance, they saw the man walk out of court and go to the stolen Lexus SUV with the keys to the stolen vehicle in his hand. The man, a 37 year old hairstylists, was found guilty in the first case. In that first case, he was convicted of stealing a $125,000 Porsche Carrera that had been stolen from a local home.

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