Police Use MySpace to Catch Robber, Now Too Addicted To Function

Written by writingguy

Saturday, 3 March 2007

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A notorious Little Rock, Ark bank robber is using his MySpace to advertise his crime skills, saying "let me meet more bank tellers so that I can continue my crime spree!!!". The Arkansas police department was assigned to the case, but they didn't get far.

"Well, I figured if I wanted to catch this guy I should probably have a better understanding of the site, so I signed up for an account, and then I realized Bob from forensics had a MySpace and I asked him and that hot detective Tanine to be my friend. Then I spent a few hours working on my layout. And that's pretty much how I became addicted." said officer Mark Greek.

It appears as though this is not an isolated issue. A poll was given with the following question to all 20 police officers involved in the investigation:

How close are you to finding the robber?
A- Close
B - Very Close
C - Not Close at All
D - I honestly don't remember what a robber is

Four answered D, and the other 16 never received the memo because they were busy MySpace blogging.

"I hope we find the guy I guess, but not before I add him as a friend!"

The story above is a satire or parody. It is entirely fictitious.

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