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Roommate steals $15k for porn; Teenagers steal Oregano from Pot Dispensary (News)


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#1 niemandgeist

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Posted 27 September 2018 - 06:48 PM

I just stumbled upon two funny news stories that I wanted to share with everyone here. In the first one, a guy steals $15,000.00 to spend on porn from his ex-roommate. In the second, teenagers attempt to crash their van into a Colorado pot dispensary and make out with the goods, but they end up with oregano instead.

 

 

Student heading to trial for stealing $15,000 from ex-roommate for porn

https://www.collegia...ebd917e948.html

 

Penn State student is facing trial after charging $15,000 for porn on his ex-roommate’s debit card.

Parker Schoem is facing four felonies, after allegedly stealing his former roommate’s debit card information and spending over $15,000 on adult websites for over three years.

 

In August, Schoem’s ex-roommate became aware of about $10,000 was missing from his bank account, after returning to Penn State from serving with the South Korean Army.

 

State College Police tracked the purchase information to miscellaneous pornographic websites linked to Schoem’s email address.

 

Schoem, 21, allegedly confessed to the use of the card to access live pornographic pay-per-view events for about two years in mid-September, according to a court document.

 

Schoem told officers he most likely memorized the information, as ex-roommate would order wings over the phone as they lived together.

 

He said it was not his intention to harm the cardholder and former roommate.

 

He is facing trial for the felony charges of theft by deception, theft by unlawful taking, unauthorized access device use and identity theft on Oct. 24, before District Judge Brian K. Marshall.

 

His preliminary hearing was held for Sept. 26 before District Judge Kelley Gillette-Walker and he was arraigned earlier in the month with a $250,000 unsecured bail.

 

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Teens unwittingly steal oregano after smashing van into pot dispensary

 

https://www.kktv.com...-494362651.html

 

A group of teens smashed a van through the storefront of a Colorado Springs pot dispensary and stole a number of items on display inside.

 

But it's the owner of Native Roots who gets the last laugh.

 

The owner told 11 News they don't put the real deal in the items up for display.

 

Though the teens didn't get away with what they thought, they still left a mess for employees at the Academy Boulevard and Austin Bluffs Parkway shop to clean up.

 

"[The van] went all the way through the front foyer of the business and inside," said Sgt. L.C. Morgan with the Colorado Springs Police Department.

 

The smash and grab happened just after 1 a.m. in front of several witnesses.

 

"I was coming out from work, and all of a sudden we heard this big old crash," said Brent Wrathbone. "... [The suspects] came out with bunches of marijuana in their arms."

 

Wrathbone called police. He said the suspects showed their gratitude with a beer bottle flung his way.

"I decided just to call the cops and we decided to get their plate number and everything and then I get a beer bottle thrown at me," he told 11 News.

 

The van -- which police have since determined was stolen -- was left behind by the suspects, parked and still running, sitting well inside the store. Wrathbone and other witnesses told police they saw the group leave in a separate getaway car waiting on the other side of the dispensary. Officers believe there were two people in the van when it crashed into the store and two others in the getaway vehicle.

 

Native Roots is not the only place police believe the group hit overnight. Liquor store 3 Thirsty Goats, located just up the road, was burglarized around the same time. Officers tell 11 News they think some of the suspects broke into that store to cause a distraction while their accomplices drove into the dispensary.

The teens caused thousands of dollars in damage.

 

11 News has previously reported on a string of similar crimes involving Springs teens stealing vehicles, then driving them into businesses. While not stating if Wednesday morning's shenanigans were related, Morgan acknowledged the resemblance.

 

"There does appear to be a pattern with regards to similar crimes like this, not only with dispensaries but with other businesses as well."






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