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When life is like a Hollywood movie and other bizarre crime news
First Published Apr 03 2013 10:11 am • Last Updated Apr 03 2013 10:11 am

A woman leaps through the glass of a second-story window to evade capture, a couple of bicycle crimes and other odd crime news in this edition of the bizarre blotter. 

When life is like a Hollywood movie and other bizarre crime news

She should have been a stunt-double Not the window the woman jumped out of. (Infrogmation/Wikimedia Commons)A suspected prostitute made a daring escape from a police sting in California Monday, breaking through a second-story plate-glass window at a hotel, landing on her feet and continuing her attempt to flee. "She wasn't even really hurt," said Ben Horner, the police commander. "In fact, she hit the ground and took off running." The commotion also tipped off about a half-dozen other suspects, many ...

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