Cyclists may soon start waging chemical warfare on thieves.
Two guys go for an exciting ride in this 18-page comic.
A king amongst men.
Separate incidents in New York and New Jersey reportedly saw wannabe thieves unwittingly help prevent bloodshed.
"I'm 2 and 0," Phillip said of his record for catching thieves.
Last year, thieves robbed California nut companies to the tune of $4.6 million. Now that they've gotten a taste of that sweet nut money, they're hooked.
Top speed of this bandit's getaway vehicle? 4 mph!
The FBI announced Tuesday that it's going to close the investigation into the mysterious hijacker who escaped with $200,000 and was never seen or heard of again.
Long glamorized by Dirty South rap acts, "lean" is increasingly lucrative on the street thanks in part to prescription drug busts.
We investigate the underground market for stolen cars on the first episode of Black Market, and learn about hacktivist group Anonymous's next move on CYBERWAR.
"There's really nothing more frustrating than getting bank notes covered in ink."
Let this be a lesson to all would-be crooks.
It still shocks me when people react negatively to my stealing. I guess part of the horror/beauty of mental illness is the totally blinkered relationship you develop with risk. Getting busted doesn't even occur to me.
Apr 12, 2016
Dressing up like burritos didn't work out very well.
A detailed look at the crimes of the Rathkeale Rovers, the gang that was sentenced today for stealing $80 million worth of rhino horns and Chinese artifacts.
A recent undercover sting operation busted a Lego thief in Portland, but thanks to the toy bricks' high price and the ease of reselling them online, stealing them has become a lucrative trade.
The genius behind Real Deal Magazine illustrates the OG way to get your Christmas loot.
By now you'd think they would have learned—you don't fuck with Christmas, Christmas fucks with you.
And then putting them on eBay.
It's just like the book! Sort of!
With the capture of Australia's most-wanted criminals, we look back at the crime career of the father and son. Over the past decade they've been compared to pirates, bushrangers, and committed fraud against a priest while living on a yacht.
"That fucking Jimmy kept everything," 80-year-old mobster VIncent Asaro says on a wire played in Brooklyn federal court Thursday, apparently referring to the gangster played by Robert De Niro in the Scorsese flick.
Also this week: A man was arrested after complaining to police that a local newspaper had violated his human rights by posting a photo of him shoplifting.