If it's nine years in the making the story deserves a follow up, especially if it involves our beloved Texas fajitas. The man found guilty of stealing 1.2 million dollars worth of fajitas is getting 50 years behind bars, where fajitas probably won't be on the menu all that often.
It took nine years. Somehow a Texas man intercepted enough fajita deliveries to rack up a $1.2 million tab, and the plot was only foiled because he was out at a medical appointment one day and wasn't there to receive the usual delivery.
I'm curious too. What in the world did he do with…
She worked at a sausage company, but apparently tried to make an extra buck beyond her salary by stealing meat from the plant and selling it down the street at a gas station. She didn't get away with it.
Vehicle thefts are a problem all year long, but especially during the holiday season when there are shopping bags and electronics sitting in plain sight. Here's some special incentive to lock your doors and hide your valuables in Lufkin.