Sheriff Laughs At ‘Dumbest’ Thieves On Earth: ‘You Can’t Make This Up’.

A pair of thieves were made famous after the romantic couple’s criminal exploits were deemed so stupid that Sheriff Grady Judd told reporters, “You know this has to be true because you can’t make this up.” The arresting officers created a hilarious meme about the couple.

(Sheriff Grady Judd (Credit: Screenshot)

Criminals have a long history of making some of the dumbest mistakes; this was precisely what happened in Polk County, Florida, when one couple’s attempt at house burglary became comedy relief for Sheriff Grady Judd.

“We need something lighter,” Sheriff Judd said to reporters at a news conference. “You know there are times on this job and career that you know have to be true since you cannot fabricate this. Allow me to acquaint you with Martin Gonzalez-Garcia. As a Rhodes Scholar, this man fails to finish college. This man might be the dumbest person living on this planet.

(Sheriff Grady Judd mocks the burglars at a press conference (Credit: YouTube)

The New York Post reported that Sheriff Judd then went on to detail how Gonzalez-Garcia and his girlfriend came onto the department’s radar. Following a hang-up 911 call, deputies responded to a vacant house, discovering Martin Gonzalez-Garcia and his girlfriend, Ashializ Roldan-Oscasio, in the middle of a robbery. According to Sheriff Judd, the girlfriend was the one who made the 911 call at that point.

Twenty-two-year-old Gonzalez-Garcia and Roldan-Oscasio were arrested and admitted to the burglaries. Roldan-Oscasio said she was hoping a deputy would help the couple “move their belongings” from the site and drop them off at the airport, where they intended to head to New York, when asked about the 911 call, Sheriff Judd added.

(Martin Gonzalez-Garcia (left), Ashializ Roldan-Oscasio (right) (Credit: Polk County Sheriff’s Office)

“She called 911 for the purpose of having law enforcement assist (them) with moving their belongings from the house (the one they were burglarizing),” the sheriff’s office stated. “And they wanted to spend the weekend in New York; thus, they were looking for a ride to the airport.”

“We thought she was kidding,” Sheriff Judd said to reporters. He said, throwing in a dig at the Big Apple, “You’d have to be from New York to do something like that.” Using a Facebook meme including the hashtag #NothingSaysRomanceLikeACoupleBurglingTogether, Polk County deputies who helped with the arrest ridiculed the burglars.

(Deputies made a meme of the arrest, which they shared on Facebook.) (Credit: Polk County Sheriff’s Department)

Apart from unarmed break-in of an empty house, Roldan-Oscasio was accused of possessing cannabis and drug paraphernalia. She was let go on a $6,000 bond. Gonzalez-Garcia, in the meantime, was hit with a lot of other charges, including criminal mischief. Still in custody on an $8,500 bond. Gonzalez-Garcia, 23, was swiftly named as the suspect in a break-in at a Dollar Tree close by the previous evening, worsening his situation.

The store manager first spotted Gonzalez-Garcia on security camera; he identified him as a customer inquiring about a job application and a cellphone. Sheriff Judd assured neighbors that Gonzalez-Garcia, who was also allegedly subject to an outstanding warrant in Cleveland, Ohio, would not be back on the streets. “As inclined as New York is to not enforce the law, in Polk County, Florida, we lock you up,” Sheriff Judd said.

Users of social media responded to the antics surrounding the arrest. The worst thing that could happen is to run across Sheriff Grady. Not only are you going to jail, but TV is roasting you as well. One sheriff supporter posted. Said another video watcher, “Sheriff Grady is a national treasure.” “This story makes me laugh.”

Another user of social media said, “You gotta love this guy.” “Exactly straight forward and on point. Not any bollocks. Every state in America requires a sheriff. One YouTuber is a big fan of Sheriff Judd’s style. “The man addresses crime from a common-sense standpoint,” he said. He addresses the public and the media as though we were all his friends. I enjoy tuning in to him.

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