2011 Wrap-up

Stupid Alleged Criminals of 2011: Our Top 5

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Tue, Dec 20, 2011 at 7:02 AM

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There were way too many stupid alleged criminals to chose from this year. So we'll kick off The Informer's 2011 year-end lists with a solid, entertaining Top 5 of reported retardos, from a suspect said to have videotaped his endeavor to the genius who is accused of putting his underage fantasy on Craigslist -- multiple times:

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5. Alex Eljabiri. Cops really like this suspect because, they say, he made their job so much easier. Eljabiri is accused of burglarizing a residence on 28th Avenue in Venice last spring. You know how they can tell? He allegedly captured the event on video -- on a stolen iPod.

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