The last thing you expect to happen at a high school wrestling match is to get robbed. And the last person you expect to do the stealing is a referee . . . they’re almost like cops, aren’t they? Well, it happened recently at North Penn High School in Lansdale, PA and they accused got help from–you guess it regular views of COPS–his cousin.
Here’s more from CBS 3:
Police arrested referee Marcus Smith, 37, of Horsham, Pa. and Jonathan Smith, 26, of Philadelphia. Towamencin Police were called to North Penn High School on February 7 for the reported theft of an iPod valued at $400.00. The victim identified Jonathan Smith as the suspect and police said he gave police false information relating to his identity. During the investigation, additional victims were discovered and stolen items were recovered from Marcus Smith’s car. Investigators said an active warrant from Philadelphia was discovered for Marcus Smith for an unrelated incident.