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Chicago Man Steals Squad Car To Get To Work

(CBS) CHICAGO A West Side man says he needed to get to work, and he made a decision that he'll probably regret.

Now Miguel Espinosa is in jail for stealing a marked Chicago police squad car.

Detectives say the 38-year-old Espinosa noticed the squad car outside a restaurant on North Western Avenue Thursday night.

The officer had left the keys in it while he went inside to eat. So Espinosa stole it and drove to work at the Whole Food Bakery House.

The suspect stopped to help someone who flagged him down Friday morning. That's when police nabbed him.

Espinosa is in jail on $350,000 bond.

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You can get a ticket around here for leaving your car running to warm up, I'd say the cop is more at fault than the guy (but he did do bad). If not for the keys being left in an UNLOCKED suqad car with possible guns laying around, would he have stolen the car? Nope.

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I don't know about squad cars but ambulances engines are always turned on even when the driver and his partners are eating at a restaurant or assuming anywhere else. I know this cause i've witness them eating at my friend's restaurant while the ambulance engine is still on numerous occasions.


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at him driving it the next day and then helping someone.
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Atleast, he stopped thats more than some real cops will do.

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