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Dude allegedly steals BMW he tried to buy with food stamp card

Dude allegedly steals BMW he tried to buy with food stamp card

Florida Man strikes again

Florida Man just took attempted food stamp fraud to an entirely new level.

The AP reported Tuesday:

Authorities in Florida have arrested a man they say stole a BMW after trying to buy it with a food stamp debit card.

The Martin County Sheriff’s Office tells news outlets in a statement that 36-year-old Nicholas Jackson was arrested Friday and charged with grand theft auto.

Deputies say Jackson was turned away at the Pompano Beach auto dealership after trying to buy the $60,000 car using his EBT card and a credit card.

However, deputies say the suspect returned the next night and stole the car along with keys from 60 other vehicles.

But who needs entitlement reform…

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On a somewhat related topic, much of the tremendous surge in new car sales in the last two years was fueled by a great relaxation of credit standards for financing. Repos are already up sharply.

It’s as if the bailed-out automakers learned nothing from the subprime mortgage crisis.

    Ragspierre in reply to Estragon. | March 22, 2016 at 5:45 pm

    They’ve been inflating all kinds of bubbles…education, cars, AND housing (again).

    It’s like they LIKE seeing those bubbles burst…

Multi-trillion dollar crony welfare industry sponsors progressive corruption, destroys human spirit, and, ironically, is a contributor to progressive destabilization and toxic society.
England is showing us the way forward.
I doubt voting will change the system.

He should have offered to throw in his Obamaphone.

Char Char Binks | March 23, 2016 at 10:48 am

This story must be a hoax. I thought all black suspects were shot to death before they could be arrested.