10 Craziest Phoenix Crimes of 2013

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No matter how many police reports we read through on a monthly basis, the criminal creativity, stupidity, and craziness never ceases to amaze us.

Just when you think you've seen it all, there's always something worse. From the legendary tale of vagina branding, to a B-list celebrity freak-out, to a torn scrotum, and much more, we bring you the 10 craziest Phoenix-area crimes of the year:

See also:
-Crimes of the Month

10.) Actor Jason London's Poop in a Cop Car
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Actor Jason London, best known, and perhaps only known, for his role as Randall 'Pink' Floyd in the movie Dazed and Confused, had a freak-out in Scottsdale earlier this year that peaked with him taking a dump in the back seat of a Scottsdale cop car. According to police, London sneezed in a man's face at the Martini Ranch bar, and after that guy got upset, London punched him in the face. When London was asked for his side of the story, he called the cop a "fucking hillbilly," and said the cops couldn't do anything for him, so he was arrested. "Guess what, faggot? I fucking love this! I fucking own you guys so hard," London told the arresting officer, according to the police report. "I'm rich and I'm a motherfucking famous actor! Fucking look me up, bitch!" The officer said he didn't respond anything, but London continued talking, saying, "It smells like shit in your car and your breath smells like diarrhea." The officer wrote in his report: "I looked back at him just in time for him to lean to the left and defecate in his pants. Then he said, 'I told you that I'm happy as shit!'"

See also: Jason London Took a Dump in a Cop Car

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Brian Curry
Brian Curry

That's because of th education system here

valleynative topcommenter

Matthew, if you really want to get the cheap clicks with top ten lists, don't lead with shit (or egotistical nobodies).

Anita Mahaffey
Anita Mahaffey

I'm guessing that he's not the first person who has defecated in the back of a police car in this community.

Anita Mahaffey
Anita Mahaffey

This is ridiculous. Do you have to highlight the random one in a million? Why not attack the problems that continue to plague our communities, throughout the Valley of the Sun, and the State of Arizona, as a whole?


This news organization does a better job of that than most other Arizona publications.  Why else do you think the sheriff false-arrested the owners?

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