The first rule they teach you in Crime School is to commit your crimes in areas where you have 1/2 a chance to get away with it without getting pinched, nabbed, booked, bagged, busted, collared, popped, nailed, nicked or pinched by a copper in a prowl car who will take you back to headquarters and wise you up but quick.
(I really have to spend less time watching old movies on TCM.)
|Not guilty (yet)|
Nick is 20, and there's a good chance that on the day he can legally buy himself a glass of beer in Maryland, he will be locked up in a place with no beer.
It's funny, to think about it. He was so sure of himself and his criminal mastermind larceny skills that when he was arrested in the police parking lot, he was carrying $40,000 in cash in a backpack.
Don't get caught eating caramels in your dentist's waiting room. Don't send a message that says "I love you more and more everyday" if you're dating an English teacher, and for the love of Pete, don't try to steal stuff from a building filled with police officers and detectives.
They tend to know what you're up to!