Today’s winner is Stefanie Wood. She gets the award for the following.
WEST PALM BEACH — The girl who drove the getaway car after an accomplice snatched money from a Girl Scout cookie stand is going to be charged as an adult, according to the state attorney’s office.
Stefanie Woods appeared in juvenile court today with a lawyer and a man who described himself as an investigator.
Woods was arrested Tuesday, on her 18th birthday, for a probation violation although she has not been charged in the theft.
State attorney spokesman Mike Edmondson said prosecutors have the option of waiving misdemeanor cases to adult court when there is a prior record including a felony charge.
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On Tuesday Woods was arrested for violating an earlier probation for battery on an ex-boyfriend.
Why am I naming this 18-year-old former juvenile delinquent a Knucklehead? You have to read some of her statements made in a television interview after the girl scout cookie money robbery.
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“I know it’s a crime, but it was an easy crime.”
Reporter asks, “Do you have any remorse about stealing from a 9-year-old girl?”
Woods responds, “I mean, right now, no. I’m kinda pissed because I have charges, and we have to give the money back anyway.”
The father of one of the teenage suspects eventually repaid the money to the 9-year-old victim, Gracie Smith. But the damage was already done.
“She grabs the envelope. She snatched it really quick. She ran to my car. We left. We parked, and we split the money.”
Reporter asks, “Why did you do it?”
She replies, “Who doesn’t like money? I mean, I don’t know.”
I only wish I could put the video up on the blog. It is priceless.
FIrst beating up her boyfriend then stealing girl scout cookie money and bragging about it on television resulting in your getting arrested for a probation violation. Stefanie Wood is a unique Knucklehead of the Day.