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 Sep 20, 2007 - 10:00 AM - by Michael
* Stupid Crook of the Day

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Here's a smart guy for you: calling the FBI to report your lost cocaine.

According to the complaint, he told agents that on Aug. 3, he had stashed two blue backpacks containing 68 pounds of cocaine by the entrance to a Boy Scout camp near the Canadian border. When he returned the next day, they were gone, he said.

Carr, of suburban Federal Way, asked if ICE could put out a news release saying that federal agents had seized the drugs. That way, according to the complaint, the organization he was working for would believe his statements that he hadn't stolen them.
Here's an idea - don't run cocaine.
 

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