Man Convicted Of Framing His Wife On Craigslist
Marriage counseling is a little too late now. Here's 'Crappy News' for Thursday, August 24th...
Chambersburg, PA- A man was convicted for using Craigslist to attempt to frame his wife.
30-year-old Christian Koelsch has been sentenced to two years in jail after impersonating his wife online. Police say Koelsch set up a fake Craigslist ad posing as his estranged wife searching for someone to kill her soon-to-be ex-husband.
Craigslist flagged the post and forwarded it to police, who were able to figure out where it came from. Koelsch has also been ordered to undergo domestic violence counseling and not have any contact with his ex-wife. [WJAC-TV]
Probably a good decision, that. I mean, I probably wouldn't want to be near near someone who pegged me for a murder.
Leonia, NJ- A teenage girl had a guy over while she was housesitting. Shockingly, it didn't go very well.
The 18-year-old was responsible for watching the house while the homeowners were on vacation. She met a guy on Tinder Sunday night and invited him over. He brought a friend along...which should have been a bad sign.
At some point, the guy distracted the girl, and his friend stole a bunch of stuff from the home, including a laptop, a package from Amazon...and the family's two-year-old Maltese puppy. Police are still searching for the suspects and the dog and warn social media users to choose a public place when meeting someone for the first time. [READ MORE]
She was "distracted" by a guy she met on Tinder. LIKE WE DON'T KNOW WHAT THAT MEANS.
Albuquerque, NM- A carjacker definitely messed with the wrong people.
20-year-old Angelo Martinez asked for a ride from three football players on August 11th. They agreed to give him a lift, but Martinez started acting erratically. Along the way, Martinez pulled out a gun and ordered the players out of the car. One of the players saw Martinez fumbling (get it?) with the gun and punched him in the face.
His teammates joined the brawl, restraining Martinez until police arrived at the scene.
One against three, even with a gun, probably isn't going to have a good outcome. But if most criminals were smart, I wouldn't get to do this segment every day.