Wanted Criminal Caught After Shoving Nintendo DS Games Down Pants

September 25, 2009

Florida (ChattahBox) – A wanted criminal who was able to leave jail using a fake identification earlier this month has been arrested after trying to steal video games from a Walmart.

Daniel Larson, a 32-year-old heroine addict, had been intending to use the money sold from a number of Nintendo DS games he had stuffed down his pants to support his 15-year-old drug habit.

A loss prevention officer caught him on a security camera, and stopped him before leaving the store. Larson shoved the officer back and tried to escape, but was tackled in the parking lot and handcuffed.

Larson is on the ‘most wanted’ list in Florida’s Lee County for a long list of crimes, including armed robbery, and kidnapping.

He is currently being held pending a trial for the attempted shoplifting charges, but is expected to be held on other charges as well.

Police are investigating how he managed to get out of jail on September 5 of this year using a fake ID.

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3 Responses to “Wanted Criminal Caught After Shoving Nintendo DS Games Down Pants”

  1. r4 sdhc on September 30th, 2009 2:42 am

    Wow it’s amazing news for me. The Nintendo Wii is a smash success, but not with a lot of serious, hardcore gamers. instead of they are criminals. I hope Govt. should provide gaming facilities in prison.

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  3. DSi Games on October 16th, 2009 8:35 pm

    I guess when you’re under pressure you panic – see the DS games – think “Kerching” and then stuff them down your pants…

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