A Florida man just traveled more than a thousand miles to own up to stealing something he hasn't owned for decades -- a television that he swiped way back in 1989.
Randy Iannacone showed up at the police station in Norwalk, Connecticut with a letter saying there was still a warrant out over the theft, which he committed while working as a custodian at a community center that no longer exists. Police first named Iannacone as a suspect for the theft several years ago after finding the TV in the possession of a man who said Iannacone forked it over to repay a debt.
Norwalk police rep Paul Resnick says, "We try to go out and serve it when we first get it, but sometimes people move and they're nowhere to be found. This fellow ended up in Florida, so he came back and turned himself in, which is pretty cool."
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A Florida man who used an unlicensed scooter to run from cops said he deserved to get out of jail free because he was running for president -- and his name was Donald Trump.
The loopy loser, whose ID actually reveals that his name is Benjamin Moore, was spotted erratically steering the scooter down the middle of a sidewalk in the town of Stuart. When officers caught up with him, he admitted he had no driver's license and no registration, but did produce a large bag of weed from his pocket.
He also said that he deserved a break, because he could prove that he was actually Donald Trump -- and gave a birthdate that would make him a whopping 87 years old, nearly two decades older than the 69-year-old reality show candidate. He's being held in lieu of bond on a variety of charges.