New Mexico Burglar Apologizes, Leaves Cash After Break In

A burglar in New Mexico displayed shellfish behavior by helping himself to some shrimp -- but then made up for it by giving his victims an apology and 200 bucks.

Teral Christesson broke into a home in Santa Fe and made himself comfortable, eating shrimp, drinking a beer and even taking a bath. The 34-year-old had his fun spoiled when the residents returned home. Christesson initially pulled an AR-15 to threaten them, but when one of the victims dialed 911, he shifted gears -- apologizing and handing over $200 "to pay for the window."

Christesson managed to flee the scene, but was arrested the next day when he unsuccessfully attempted to carjack a woman at a restaurant drive-thru. (Daily Mail)


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