Tuesday, June 14, 2016

Idiot Of The day

From the Laughlin Nevada Times: A suspect in the murder of an unidentified man in Laughlin Wednesday was apprehended Wednesday morning, less than an hour after the victim was discovered on the Heritage Trails pedestrian bridge.
Walter Klatt, age 49, is currently incarcerated in the Mohave County Jail in Kingman. Authorities plan to extradite him to Nevada, where he’s expected to be charged with murder with a deadly weapon.At about 2:20 a.m. Wednesday, the park’s camp host summoned Las Vegas Metro officers to the south end of the bridge that crosses Highway 163. The host reported he’d been contacted by the individual who initially discovered the body because that person did not have a phone with which to call for help. Upon arrival, Metro officers determined they had a homicide on their hands and summoned detectives and the crime scene unit from Las Vegas.
Bullhead City Police Department officers stopped Klatt at about 3 a.m. Wednesday because he was riding a bicycle without a head lamp, an offense for which he’d had been warned previously, said Emily Fromelt, BHCPD spokesperson.
Klatt, a transient, was very uncooperative and told officers he didn’t care if he got a ticket, that he’d just eat it anyway. He also shouted profanities at the policemen. Upon receiving the ticket, Klatt crumpled it up and threw it on the ground, Fromelt said. He was then arrested for littering.
Lt. John Healy, commander of Metro’s Laughlin substation, said information obtained during the investigation pointed to Klatt’s involvement in the murder; they were also aware that he’d been detained in Bullhead City.   http://www.mohavedailynews.com/laughlin_times/update-transient-arrested-in-laughlin-homicide/article_48c21c7a-2e93-11e6-822c-2f456f69c1bf.html
So, the guy is riding his bike and is given a ticket for not having a light on.
Instead of taking the ticket, he gets pissed off and throws the ticket on the ground.
Then he gets arrested for littering.
And then busted for murder.
At least now, he won't be homeless.

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