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On today's BUSTED & CUFF we have dug up three citizens who have pursued various paths in their criminal careers.

Our first featured crooked is Steven Richard Cooley, 41, who was BUSTED & CUFFED in Galveston and charged with burglarizing a building and drug possession.  Now don't be quick to judge him.  He has only been arrested, not convicted.  What's the chances?



Next we found Aaron Glenn Garza, 27, who was also BUSTED & CUFFED in Galveston and charged with assaulting a family member by grabbing him/her around the throat and choking him/her down.  In addition, he was violating a protective order which prohibited him from even being around that person. Felony!  Maybe he will be filed away in Huntsville with the other wannabe bad asses.



Now when Theodore Nicholas Sainz, 33, was stopped over in La Marque and the nice policeman asked for his I.D. this dude tried putting a story on him.  He lied about who he was, his birthday, his hometown, and everything else the nice policeman/woman asked him.  But, he got caught up in his lies and took a short trip to the city jail where he was greeted by the nice booking officer and assigned a temporary jail cell until the Sheriff's van came to take him to the big house on the island.  That's where we found him.




This guy, Dominic Potter, was a guest in the Galveston County Jail.  The deputies were nice enough to give him a job in kitchen so he wouldn't be bored sitting around in his jail cell all day.  Dominic didn't like his job in the kitchen so when he took the garbage out to the dumpster, he just kept going.  Now authorities are wondering, 'Where, Oh Where Did Dominic Go'?


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