If you’re going to do petty, illegal things, then don’t be total morons about it. Three people were arrested in New Jersey on Tuesday after they went to a local restaurant and allegedly attempted to steal $1,000 worth of kegs. Except the kegs were empty.
The trio was spotted at 11:20 a.m. on Tuesday acting sketchy as fuck, according to police. After police had confirmed with Blu Alehouse management that their shady ass vehicle shouldn’t be in the loading zone, they investigated. What they found was three people allegedly attempting to smuggle 10 beer kegs, all empty, into the car.
Riverdale police arrested the driver, 19-year-old Brianna Siegel, passenger, 18-year-old John Buenoguaba, and a man standing next to the car, 43-year-old Donald Alena.
From the Daily Record:
“While being processed at headquarters, one of the suspects said they took the kegs for a party at a lake, but none of the three could answer when police asked which lake they were referring to, [Lt. James] Macintosh said.
The suspects also had no response when police told them the kegs were empty and therefore not useful for a party, Macintosh said.
There’s really nothing you can say when you’re told the kegs you were (allegedly) smuggling were empty. There’s about a 130-pound difference between a full keg and an empty one. The trio has been charged with theft and conspiracy to commit theft and are due in court September 16..
[via Daily Record]