From the archives of PPD work-place memories:

In the wee hours of one long-ago morning, Stu Pidd stopped Vick Timm, who was riding his bike home after work.  Stu Pidd produced a knife and demanded all of Vick Timm’s property.  Vick Timm gave Stu Pidd his wallet, cell phone, house-key, two packs of gum, and his bike, and then left south-bound to call the police.  Stu Pidd then took the bike across the street where he noticed two subjects in an SUV watching him.  Stu Pidd approached the subjects in the SUV and produced his knife again, challenging them.  The two subjects in the SUV, armed security guards for a nearby apartment complex, exited their SUV, drew their own weapons on Stu Pidd, and took him into custody.  All of Vick Timm’s property was recovered and Stu Pidd was booked on one count of armed robbery and two counts of aggravated assault with a weapon.

4 responses

  1. t.i.n.a.

    LOL Just lovely. People do amaze and confuse me…still. Good thing all the stolen stuff was recovered, at least. I love happy endings. 🙂

    January 8, 2011 at 9:28 am

    • Yes, t.i.n.a., people are rather wonderful in their ridiculousness sometimes, aren’t they? Nice to see you again. Thank you for stopping-by. 🙂

      January 8, 2011 at 10:54 am

  2. Jason Martin

    There has to be something significant about this story…this happens every 5 minutes in Phoenix!?

    January 8, 2011 at 10:05 am

    • Yes, Jay, it does happen often in our beloved Phoenix. I think this is probably the last tidbit that I borrowed from the commander’s duty report…not really remarkable to those of us who have worked or do work in that field, but interesting in and of itself…the Stu Pidd-ity of it all. 🙂

      January 8, 2011 at 10:57 am

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