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Stupid Case File for June 7, 2007

Two men try to break into police van

Courtesy of UPI

GREENSBORO, N.C., May 14 - Two men in Greensboro, N.C., were arrested for allegedly breaking into an unmarked police van with a detective waiting in the back seat.

An area of Greensboro was under surveillance by several police officers because of reports of break-ins, the Greensboro News-Record reported Monday.

Sgt. Dennis Willoughby was stationed in the back seat of a van with tinted windows when two men pulled up. One of the men, identified as Rakama Wafula Johnson, 27, got out and shined a flashlight into the van, directly in Willoughby's face, but did not see the detective, the newspaper said.

Willoughby reported that the man then tried to open the rear passenger door of the van.

The detective left the van and, after a brief struggle, arrested Johnson and Steven McKeller, 32.

"He had a pretty good shock," Willoughby said of Johnson.

Johnson was charged with attempted breaking and entering of a motor vehicle, possession of burglary tools and resisting a law enforcement officer, the newspaper said.

McKeller was charged with conspiring to break into a vehicle and served with an outstanding arrest warrant for assault.


Anonymous vanman said...

It's good it was police van and they were captured. And if imagine there were ordinary people, they could suffer

June 13, 2007 7:20 AM  
Anonymous Van Man said...

This seems a scene of a comedy movie. They must be very drunk or crazy to try to enter that Van.

June 19, 2007 9:20 AM  
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