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Is it my imagination or is food-related crime on the rise?
The report went on to say, "The nude male had a strong odor of alcohol and was semi-incoherent. Investigators said someone climbed an 8-foot fence, broke into the pool snack bar through a window, threw nacho cheese on a wall and scattered chips on the ground. About $40 in chips and $7 in nacho cheese were stolen."
Here, a few more recent crimes - some much more serious than others—from the culinary world.
McAleese stole hamburgers, vodka and $4,000 cash from Molloy's Irish Pub in Hell's Kitchen. (A manager at Molloy’s noted that McAleese did not take any of the restaurant’s “fabulous single-malt Irish whiskey.”) At Kyotufu on 9th Avenue, McAleese did lift bottles of Jameson's Irish whiskey; he also made off with a slab of pork belly, three laptops and $8,300.
Crime: Cooking Your Spouse
Crime: Cheese Smuggling
"I get it, there's absolutely a market for it. Cheese is expensive, it's considered 'white gold' in this industry,” said Abumeeiz.
They got into a violent argument, and Cunningham allegedly shot Lowe with a shotgun. Lowe died later at the hospital. Cunningham, who was correct about the pork cut, was taken into custody, according to the St. Louis Post-Dispatch.
Crime: Food Truck Theft
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