A New Mexico man is just the latest Uber driver to discover they were unwittingly aiding and abetting criminals fleeing authorities.
More than 150 bottles of prized wine were stolen from the Michelin two-star Maison Rostang, including rare vintages from Petrus and Lafite Rothschild.
"...he could carry almost any weapon necessary to protect his business with the exception of already certain federally regulated firearms."
The suspects allegedly strangled the victim until he lost consciousness before making off with his pants, which contained $10,000 cash, according to police.
Two suspects tried to threaten and rob a Texas couple. It didn't go as planned.
Steven Michael Berlin, 56, claimed he needed the money to buy crack cocaine and cigarettes.
Authorities reportedly said that "several people are down" at the bank.
A 20-minute shootout between police officers and armed robbers caused a bloodbath in one of Brazil's most violent states.
Thomas Williams, 36, who was serving a bit for a drug-dealing conviction, was given his walking papers at 6:15 p.m. on Tuesday, only to return to the big house within minutes of tasting freedom.
"We have his car and we have his driver's license and identification, which he left in his pants," a detective said.
From "The Italian Job" to "Reservoir Dogs".
Freeman Scott Ireland was released on parole in May after serving 20 years.
The man held off three assailants using only his trusty pipe.
This is the second heist from the Ritz, located on Paris's Place Vendôme, this year.
The armed men simply strolled into the store, unplugged the ATM, loaded it onto a pickup truck and drove away.
The suspects both wore white towels on their faces, when they broke into the West Philadelphia home of an elderly woman.
Security video showed the heist took only 10 minutes to complete.
Sunday's daring escape was the latest in a long history of audacious armed robberies and jail breaks by the 46-year-old career criminal.
The gas station owner accused the customer of stealing the snack.
It could end up being their word against his.