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Curses, Foiled AgAin
   When a man walked into a bank in Wat-
sonville, Calif., announced he had a bomb
and demanded $2,000 to pay his friend’s rent,

				
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Description: Seattle police identified Larry Shawn Taylor, 18, as the man who robbed two women at gunpoint, after the victims described the robber as a short black man with deformed ears who had "MOB" shaved into one side of his hair and "GET MONEY" on the other and "GET" tattooed on his right hand and "MONEY" on his left. Detectives used their database to match the tattoos to Taylor, who was apprehended after an officer stopped a car for reckless driving and recognized him by his ears and tattoos. (KOMO News)Col. Russell Williams, 47, the former commander of Canada's largest air force base who served as the pilot for Britain's Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip during their 2005 visit, pleaded guilty to the murder of two women, two sexual assaults, two charges of unlawful confinement and 82 counts of breaking and entering, which involved the theft of women's panties. The Ottawa Citizen reported that authorities seized 500 women's undergarments found at Williams's Ottawa townhouse. "He's just a very twisted individual, there's no two ways about it," said retired Lt. Gen. Angus Watt, who once promoted Williams. "He was able to lead an elaborate double life and was able to keep it successfully concealed." (Associated Press)Sheriff's deputies who stopped Raymond Stanley Roberts, 25, for speeding in Manatee County, Fla., smelled marijuana coming from the car and searched Roberts. When Deputy Sean Cappiello felt a soft object in his buttocks, Roberts said, "Let me get it," and pulled out a clear plastic bag of marijuana weighing 4.5 grams. Roberts denied possessing any other drugs, but Cappiello felt another soft object in the same area and pulled out a bag with 27 pieces of rock cocaine weighing 3.5 grams. When the bag fell to the ground, the deputies said Roberts declared, "The white stuff is not mine, but the weed is." He explained that a friend who borrowed the car earlier must have left the cocaine on the passenger seat, and Roberts hid it when he was stopped. (Bradenton Herald)
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