This credit card fraudster turned his photographic memory to crime ...
Cashier arrested in Japan for allegedly using 'photographic memory' to steal credit card information of 1,300 customers
A cashier in Tokyo stole the credit card information of 1,300 customers.
(CNN)A store cashier in Tokyo been arrested on allegations of stealing the credit card information of 1,300 customers using just one tool -- his memory.
The part-time worker was arrested Thursday for stealing credit card details to buy $2,600 (270,000 Japanese yen) worth of bags from online shopping sites last March, according to the Tokyo Metropolitan Police.
A police source familiar with the investigation told CNN that the man, who worked at a shopping mall in Koto ward, had allegedly memorized customers' credit card information while processing their orders -- then recalled the credit card details later to shop online.
The suspect has a photographic memory and police have found a notebook with card details listed in it, said the source working on the investigation. ...
Two Amish men caught drinking while driving buggy flee Ohio deputies
POSTED 7:43 PM, SEPTEMBER 17, 2019, BY TRIBUNE MEDIA WIRE
NORTH BLOOMFIELD, Ohio – Police officers often say no traffic stop is routine and there was nothing routine when a deputy pulled over an Amish buggy early Sunday morning in North Bloomfield, Ohio.
The deputy was on patrol in the heart of Trumbull County's Amish community when he spotted a buggy uniquely outfitted with a large stereo system on Donley Road, WJW reports.
According to his report, he saw two Amish men drinking inside the buggy, a 12-pack of beer on top of the vehicle.
When the deputy attempted to stop and question the two men about drinking and driving, they jumped out of the buggy and ran, disappearing into a heavily wooded area on the side of the road. According to the report, the horse pulling the buggy took off running, and the deputy gave chase, eventually catching up with it a short distance away.