Connecticut Bandits Arrested Twice for Burglary in Two Days

George Sawyer, 40, Brian Stewart, 39, and Robert Stewart 49, also known as the Connecticut Three Stooges.

Crack is a terrible thing!  That’s the only thing that could possibly explain the set of foolishness that, what we call, the Connecticut Three Stooges was trying to pull off.  There are some affluent neighborhoods in Connecticut, but surely there is no major heist worth millions that would cause thinking people to commit the same crime twice in two days and get caught both times.

According to the Hartford Courant, the Three Stooges also known as George Sawyer, 40, Robert Stewart, 49, and Brian Stewart, 39, broke into a home on Junior Road and was arrested then rearrested the next day trying to break into yet another home.  First, how did they make bail so quickly? And if they have money to make bail, what could possibly be the impetus to go back and get another charge?  Did they think they were above the law?  Because it’s obvious, they are not good at burglary.

Hartford Police have to be still laughing. Luckily, there weren’t any black men walking around the neighborhood for these guys to blame the burglaries on.  They probably figured because they blend in, they could easily get away with it.  Read more about this silly mess here.

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