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  • Former Chicago Police recruit convicted of theft

    Wow I guess my backgroundcheck may take alot more time thanks to this guy.

    A former Chicago Police recruit is serving time in Milwaukee for stealing from automatic teller machines.

    A Milwaukee judge sentenced Adam Bradley to 15 months in prison and more than two years probation Wednesday.
    Bradley worked for a company called Bantek that services ATMs and quit last November to join the Chicago Police force.

    Prosecutors said he stole $70,000 from four ATMs on the same night the company gave him a going-away party.

    The ATMs were in Wisconsin and Illinois.

    Bradley was also fired from the Chicago Police Academy.



    http://abclocal.go.com/wls/story?sec...cal&id=5375860

  • #2
    How dumb is this guy? He probably got caught on camera. Moron.

    "Have you ever stolen from your job?"

    "Yes, 70,000 dollars"

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    • #3
      If he would have waited he could have been making close to that about a couple of years from now once he got out the academy!

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      • #4
        Some people risk everything for something stupid. Good thing he was found out before he made it all the way through.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by lboggie26 View Post
          If he would have waited he could have been making close to that about a couple of years from now once he got out the academy!

          True but a thief is a thief. Theifs are usually oportunistic. they just steal because they can. Not because they need it. We all hate a thief. and the funny thing is even a thief hates people who steal. LOL!

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          • #6
            You would have thought those highly paid pyschologists would have been able to weed this crazy **ck out during the psych eval! Hmm, I guess some just slip through the cracks.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by NARC01 View Post
              You would have thought those highly paid pyschologists would have been able to weed this crazy **ck out during the psych eval! Hmm, I guess some just slip through the cracks.
              That happens in every department.

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