You’ve just been arrested, booked, and are waiting to be charged with shoplifting in southern Kentucky. What’s your next move? Well, if you’re a guy named Michael Harp you call in five fresh, hot pizzas.
This guy could be Danny Ocean’s 14th. He’s cunning, creative, and a trailblazer. He’s innovative and hungry. The police let Harp use his cellphone for his one personal call. So, what’d this genius thief do? Not only did he order five piping hot pies, but he placed the call under the name of his arresting officer, and then passed around his cell phone to ten other street youths in the booking cell.
Unfortunately, the plan went awry when the delivery man showed up and it was discovered that Officer Wilson did not, in fact, order pizza. Now, Harp faces additional charges including theft of identity, theft by deception, and impersonating a police officer.
But did they let him eat the pizza? What kind of toppings are we talking? Thin crust, deep dish, or cheesy bite crust? Some great mysteries weren’t meant to be solved.