There are certain things that a criminal mind should just know. Like, to avoid robbing people when there's snow on the ground. Or to not keep evidence linked to your crime in your pockets. Perhaps avoid stealing a flashy, brand-new car, especially one equipped with OnStar GPS tracking technology.
And if you're going to use handcuffs on your victim, you do it --
don't let them handcuff themselves! C'mon, man, haven't you ever watched an action movie? Akeem Mosley, 24, is accused of making all of these mistakes and more, which is why he allegedly spent just two hours enjoying someone else's cherry-red, 2010 Camaro before Kansas City police officers arrested him.
The owner of the Camaro was warming up the car in front of his house
near 33rd and Jackson on the morning of December 13 when Mosley allegedly
opened the driver's door, brandished a .9 millimeter handgun and ordered the driver to exit the vehicle.