Lo que ves en la imagen anterior no es parte de una película de acción protagonizada por Vin Diesel ni Tom Hardy. Es simplemente un criminal bastante creativo que utilizó trampas con pinchos (abrojos) y cortinas de humo para intentar escapar de una persecución policíaca. ¿Por qué? Porque así es el mundo de extremo, al…
When traditional law enforcement tactics fail, why not turn to mad science? In Criminal, a vicious sociopath (played by Kevin Costner) undergoes a procedure that implants a recently deceased CIA agents’s skills and at least one very important memory into his brain. Sure, that sounds totally reasonable.
Some people are so stupid they deserve to be arrested. Like an accused bank robber from Atlanta, Georgia, whose failed bank robbery saw him head out to his getaway taxi—only to realize he didn't have any money for the fare and return to the bank to take out some cash.
Wanted by police in upstate New York, Victor Burgos was hiding out in Brooklyn. Starting to feel untouchable, he taunted the police with a Facebook message: 'Catch me if you can. I'm in Brooklyn'. Well, they caught him.
While this might have the guts an old RCA 13" TV, it's why you can see said guts that makes it so special. Because it's for prisoners. And everyone wants to watch TV like a prisoner, right?
You probably don't give Santa a second look when you see him in a department store or on a street corner every December...but maybe you should.
20-year-old Jerome Taylor recently put on a mask, walked into a restaurant, and waved what appeared to be a small handgun while demanding money. The restaurant's cooks immediately grabbed their knives and prepared for a fight. Then things got weirder.
This is a cop training video, showing future pepper spray wielders the pain and reality of getting sprayed. But a more sinister interpretation could be that future criminals are growing tolerant to pepper spray so no one can stop them.
George Castro claims he doesn't know how $4.5 million of Columbia University's money wound up in his bank account, but an investigation is showing that he may have funneled the funds there with a simple little accounting tweak.
The instant messenger conversation pictured here took place during a woman's most terrifying moments. She was tied up to her bed and typing with her toes while fearing that an armed home invader would return.
You've been skimming credit cards and the cops know—they've already executed a search warrant and found a flash drive full of evidence against you. If you're Florin Necula, this means that it's time to swallow.
Shoe designer Sayaka Fukuda was mugged by two men who made off with her purse and iPhone. After reporting it to police, she noticed a strange email in her outbox. Guess what happened next?