"Crime" is a frequently used tag, occurring in forty-one items.

Series 39 Show 13

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Police pursuing a speeding car were stunned when a motorcyclist flashed past them and shot across a humpback bride at more than 100mph. Rothshire Journal

Series 86 Show 01

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A driver pulled over doing 94mph on the M6 told officers he was late for his speed awareness course. Lichfield Mercury

Series 30 Show 08

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A woman on a television show hosted by Oprah Winfrey about memory loss forgot she was wanted by the police. Joan Haberek appeared on They Can't Remember Who They Are unaware she was wanted over the theft of £30,000. She was arrested hours later. Daily Mail

Series 30 Show 02

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A juror who arrived wearing combat trousers, bullet belts across his chest, fingerless gloves, a mobile phone and a television aerial and Filofax dangling from his waist was dismissed from the Old Bailey for refusing to take his hat off in court. Yorkshire Post

Series 26 Special

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A man suspected of robbery because he had smelly feet has been acquitted. Terry Dixon, 21, was found not guilty at Oxford Crown Court. The jury heard that cabbie Shafqat Qureshi was robbed after picking up three youths at Oxford station. He told police he'd noticed a sweaty smell when driving the robbers and he later sniffed out Mr. Dixon as one of the group. Mr. Dixon of Somerset road, South Wall, had earlier denied robbery, but did admit that his feet were smelly. South Oxford Courier

Series 26 Show 11

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Giving evidence against a Furness man charged with being drunk and disorderly, a Barrow policeman said he knew the man was drunk because he had a glazed look in his eye. The case was dismissed when the defendant's solicitor rose to inform magistrates that his client had a glass eye. Westmorland Gazette