The 10 Dumbest L.A. Criminals in 2012 

9. If you've got a $1 million marijuana farm and hash-making operation back at the old casa, you might want to take to the streets with the lowest of profiles. But sheriff's officials allege that Harry Kaladjian's suspended driver's license unraveled a serious pot operation at his residence when they pulled him over during a simple traffic stop in unincorporated Lancaster. Not only did Kaladjian have a suspended driver's license, sheriff's officials say, but ... Read more from "Marijuana, Hash House With $1 Million Worth of Drugs Found After Suspect Driving on Suspended License Stopped by Cops."
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L.A. had another banner year for idiots allegedly committing crimes. From Nazi Moms and heroin-burrito smuggling cops, to a drug plane that flew too close to Air Force One and the burglar with the absolute worst choice in houses to rob, here are the year's top ten dumbest criminals.

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Published on December 3, 2012


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