Police in Fresno were responding to a call at a business after a laptop was reported stolen. There was no evidence of a break in... until surveillance video was watched. David Seale broke into the building around 2 am with a key that somehow ended up in his possession. He was apparently so excited about how easy it was for him to break in that he broke out dance moves.
He was eventually tracked down and arrested. He was charged with commercial burglary, possession of stolen property and providing false information.
Police in Oregon were led on a chase with a stolen motorcycle. The motorcycle appropriately had a vanity plate "XFELON" on it. Brock Antonie Williams is in fact a convicted felon with a warrant out for his arrest due to a parole violation when he decided to lead police on a high speed chase that ended on a dead end street. He reportedly jumped off the bike and claimed he hadn't been riding it. The motorcycle was reported stole in 2017 but at the time did not have the "XFELON" plate on it.
Clue leads to arrest of felon and recovery of stolen motorcycle after brief pursuit. pic.twitter.com/jtRePYdx4S— Springfield PoliceOR (@SPDOregon) April 25, 2018
Photo: Fresno Police Department