Clara Ann Blocker

In April 2012, Clara Ann Blocker, of Oklahoma City, was sentenced to life in prison for beating a dwarf to death with a crystal ball.

Blocker, 41, was drinking with Erik Scott Saxton on September 16, 2010, when the two got into an argument. Blocker grabbed a nearby crystal ball to bludgeon Saxton in the head before also beating him with a DVD player. Though Blocker initially claimed she never would have hurt the 4-foot 5-inch Saxton, “because he’s a little person,” she ultimately pleaded guilty to his murder.

Deadly Booby Traps

On April 16, 2012, a U.S. Forest Service Officer came across something that most people only encounter in cartoons: booby traps.The traps were located along a popular hiking trail in South Fork Canyon, Utah. They were elaborate set-ups, including concealed pits of spikes and a tripwire-activated swinging ball of spiked sticks surrounding a 20-pound rock. The officer found the traps before they claimed any victims, but hiker Emily Hammerstad noted that such traps “would kill people, easily.”Benjamin Rutkowski, 19, and Kai Christensen, 21, ultimately admitted to setting the traps, and were charged with reckless endangerment. Had anyone been hurt, they would have been charged with felonies.

Quanta’e Powell

Powell is accused of running naked around a Florida apartment complex in February, 2012. A police report on Powell’s arrest notes that, “”Statements from the defendant were not possible as he would only state he loved cocaine and needed more cocaine.”
Sean Carl Payne

Payne is accused of being so drunk that a police officer had to hold his head up for his mugshotafter he was arrested in October, 2012 by Humble, Tex. cops.
Terry Smith

Officers in Port Orange, Fla., say Terry Smith allegedly tried to rob a taxi and, in the process, left his wallet in the cab.
Michael Don Mitchell

Michael Don Mitchell, 38, is accused of stealing $87 in cash and change from a home in Lakeport, Tex., as well as a can of Chef Boyardee ravioli. Investigators identified him by the spaghetti sauce around his lips and mouth.
Arthur Brundage

Police in Syracuse, N.Y., say Arthur Brundage robbed a bank and then came back to claim he was shortchanged on the loot.
Raymond Garcia

Raymond Garcia, 45, was arrested after cops saw him fighting a street sign.
Johnny Broestler

Johnny Broestler, 46, is accused of smearing dirty underwear on another man’s face after an argument about rent.
Joyce Coffey

Joyce Coffey was arrested four times in 26 hours for blasting the AC/DC song “Highway to Hell” and other loud music from her home and for throwing a frying pan.
Kelsey Smith

In June, 2012, Smith was accused of driving under the influence and of spitting blood on law enforcement officers in Volusia County, Fla.
Houaka Yang

Houaka Yang, 20, of Wisconsin, accidentally videotaped his confession and identified himself on tape with a camcorder he stole. Once the video camera was recovered, the victim uploadedYang’s clip to YouTube.
Clyde Hobbs

Clyde Hobbs was arrested in May, 2012 for allegedly calling 911 at least 17 times — to talk dirty to operators. He’d been arrested several times in the past for the same crime. When cops arrived to collar him, Hobbs asked, “Are you here to arrest me again?”
Michael Baker

Michael Baker was arrested after posting a Facebook photo of himself stealing gas from a police car in Jenkins, Ky.
Ronaldo Silva

Ronaldo Silva allegedly broke out of a Brazilian prison by dressing in drag in April, 2012. He was caught less than an hour by a cop who noticed that he walked funny in heels.
Ray Woods

Ray Woods allegedly tied 89 bags of heroin and cocaine to his penis. When cops found him out, he reportedly urinated all over himself.
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