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Today's Most Coldhearted Thief: Worker steals earrings from 18-month old at daycare center

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TODAY'S MOST...Coldhearted Thief: A daycare worker was arrested for allegedly stealing a pair of hoop earrings from an 18-month old in her care. This happened in New York City. The baby's mother realized once she picked up her daughter that the earrings were missing, so she called the daycare center. They looked at surveillance video, and the video showed 21-year old Desire Santiago taking the earrings off the baby's ears. The silver and gold hoops are worth about $100 dollars. You can see the surveillance video if you click on the link.

TODAY'S MOST...Moronic Thief: A 17-year old girl took a selfie while she was wearing a mask and holding a big knife, right before she and her friend went out and robbed a restaurant using that knife. Police in Sweden then used the selfie as evidence to convict the girl of the crime. (It didn't hurt that they also found the $370 dollars that was stolen from the restaurant.) The crime took place earlier this year, but the girl was finally found guilty and sent to juvenile detention. Despite all the evidence, she denied committing the crime and said she only took the picture as a joke.

 

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