In Boynton Beach, Florida, police raided a burglar’s house. One of the things they found in it was a Miami Dolphins helmet signed by seven players on the undefeated 1972 team. The signatures include Larry Csonka, Don Shula, Jim Langer, Larry Little, Mercury Morris, Garo Yepremian, and Jim Kiick. A few nice Hall of Famers there.
Police say that if you want to claim the helmet, you have to prove you owned it or have some or letter of authenticity. Good luck.
Now, in a much more serious crime...everyone heard about the “assassination attempt” on Donald Trump at a Las Vegas rally. Michael Steven Sandford is a British dude that drove from all the way from California to try and kill him.
One man, Gregg Donovan, was standing near Sandford and got a strange vibe. There was a point where Donovan came out wearing a black top hat, red tailcoat, and plastered with Trump memorabilia. Sanford didn’t seem happy about that, which again, made Donovan suspicious.
Sandford told a Las Vegas Police officer he wanted Trumps autograph, but instead of grabbing a pen like we all do, he went for the cops gun!
He said he was planning to kill him for a year, and if he gets out, he’ll try again. Nothing like comments like that for a low bail.
Again, it made me think of the John Lennon assassination. That guy got his autograph and then shot him. It makes me wonder if more and more people will just avoid doing selfies or taking photos, especially when large crowd are involved.