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California Man Got Arrested 3 Times in 16 Hour SpanIt’s third time’s not a charm for 47-year-old James Langdon. During Super Bowl Sunday, the man got away with crimes twice before getting jailed after committing the third. All in the span of 16 hours.First, he began at Colorado and Louise Streets where he was caught pacing around a parking lot at three in the morning before darting through a crosswalk against a red light. He was arrested for obstructing, but claiming to have been hurt, and was taken to a hospital instead.The second crime occurred a few hours later, when the Glendale Police got a call about a man attempting to trespass into an auto body shop. It was Langdon again. However, because of Glendale’s zero-bail policies, he was soon back on the street.Langdon then wound up actually breaking into someone’s apartment. When the apartment’s owner found him inside, he was already causing a huge amount of damage. The police were called in and this time, Langdon barricaded himself inside, causing a standoff with the cops. He was finally arrested for felony vandalism and burglary. This time, he remained in jail on $150,000 bail. #criminal #crimespree #Glendale #LosAngeles #California #jail
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The IRS Tells Criminals to Report the Income They Make From Illegal Activities on Their Tax ReturnsTax season is just around the corner, so here’s a tip from the Internal Revenue Service: Criminals can no longer enjoy their crime businesses in the US tax-free, they have to pay crime tax now.That might seem ironic given that criminals doing illegal activities aren’t keen on admitting their deeds, so people were wondering if the photo circulating online was fake.It turns out, however, the rule is real and it's included in the IRS's 2021 federal income tax guide. Illegal activities like dealing illegal drugs are given appropriate tax and must be reported as income from self-employment activity. Stealing, however, can result in no taxes if the stolen property is returned to its owner in the same year.Image via @litcapital/twitter​#crime #criminal #taxes #IRS