September 23, 2011, - 2:09 pm

VIDEO: Men Who Stole Miami Dolphins Jerseys Wear Them to Court; 29 Priors!

By Debbie Schlussel

You gotta love this story. Two men stole Miami Dolphins jerseys (and hats) from SunLife Stadium, the home of the NFL team, by stuffing them down their pants. And when these brainiacs attended their arraignments, they had the chutzpah to wear Dolphins jerseys. (Yup, they have exactly the IQ needed to play in the league, but not the speed, apparently.)  The first dude has 29 (yes, TWENTY-NINE) prior crimes on his record. (Hey, exactly the criminal record needed to play in the NFL.)  The second guy, who can barely speak English, says he’s schizophrenic. Hmmm . . . which one of his inner voices/personalities is the brilliant Dolphins fan? Watch the videos.  (In case you’re wondering, the “Bess” that one of the guys is wearing on his jersey is Davone Bess.

Watch video of the second suspect . . .


11 Responses

“In case you’re wondering, the “Bess” that one of the guys is wearing on his jersey is Davone Bess.”

Debbie, I think you’re slightly wrong about the number that “Davone Bess” wears, he wears #15 for the Dolphins. The player who wears #29 for the Dolphins happens to be “Tyrone Culver” (SS, 6th year from Fresno State). So that dude who wore Culver’s jersey to court in that video. Don’t worry about it DS, we all make mistakes and errors, it proves that we have our flaws and were oridinary human-beings who screws up on some occasions.

“A nation is defined by its borders, language & culture!””

SR: Huh? How am I wrong? I wrote that he was wearing a jersey that says “Bess” for Davone Bess. Is there some other Bess that plays for Miami? NO. So, I’m 100% accurate. If you have a prob that the number doesn’t match up, take it up with these nitwits that stole jerseys. When I’m wrong, I admit it. I’m right in this case. DS

Sean R. on September 23, 2011 at 2:27 pm

Reminds me when I practiced criminal law. I had one old client, AIDS ridden, missing most of his teeth, etc. whose criminal record went back to 1947!!!. His wrap sheet, printed on computer paper (the reel paper) was something over 70 pages (I stopped counting), and the number of arrests were in the hundreds.

While on bail, he allegedly committed two more crimes. I quit the case.

Jonathan E. Grant on September 23, 2011 at 4:02 pm

Debbie, you were right about the guy wearing that #29 jersey that said “Bess” on it and I was slightly wrong, so my apologies to you DS. But Davone Bess’ number is #15 and I don’t know how this fella printed the word “Bess” on that #29 jersey for the Miami Dolphins?

“A nation is defined by its borders, language & culture!”

Sean R. on September 23, 2011 at 5:37 pm

Due to the number not matching up with the actual player it is assigned to, it appears that those jerseys could be counterfeit. They should have called the ICE duty agent and had them respond, post haste! That’s a MAJOR case for an ICE agent!

King David on September 23, 2011 at 5:55 pm

Anybody catch the nice body posture of the scum bag? I know we’re all getting pretty used to the disgusting habit of the criminal element at large holding onto their genitals,but in court? Lol, this guy is holding his genitals while trying to look sincere for the female judge! Lawn service, $80 a day. I’m glad she went with her gut on this moron. Too many guys like this p.o.s. in the world at large.

samurai on September 23, 2011 at 8:08 pm

There are alot of guys in the NFL most are good law abiding family men, a handful wind up on the police blotter from time to time (i.e. Plaxico, Vick, Rothlisberger) but most are good guys earning an honest living. Its a shame they all get mixed in with the ne’er-do-wells who poison the environment.

Koeteus on September 24, 2011 at 12:59 pm

    Koeteus, you’re right about Michael Vick and Plaxico Burress and their wrong-doings, I think you’re slightly wrong on “Big” Ben Roethlisberger, I’m not saying that because I’m a “Steelers” fan, if you’ve remember during his alledge rape accusations, we NEVER saw Roethlisberger’s accuser and her idenity. Turns out his accuser made up the entire story and lied to everyone and the case was dropped. These false rape-accusation has been going on for years and decades and where NOT going to blame Obama for it, let’s not become irrational imbeciles, this BS started way before Obama.

    BTW, wow, just wow, great win yesterday by my K-State Wildcats over the Miami Hurricans in Miami, Florida! Don’t underestimate and count out the “old ball” coach and “professor” Bill Snyder, tough game for Kansas State this coming weekend at home against a very good and tough Baylor Bears team. And there’s going to be a new commissioner for the Big XII conference as Dan Beebe stepped down last week!

    “A nation is defined by its borders, language & culture!”

    Sean R. on September 25, 2011 at 3:06 pm

Bess played for Hawaii. He came as a very troubled youth. June Jones, who was able to turn many questionable youths into citizens, took a chance on him. He turned into a great player and tried very hard to be a model, involving himself in various community endeavors. He often expressed his thanks to Hawaii for giving him a chance. As a Hawaii player he adopted the Polynesian hair style that is now so popular in the NFL.

pat on September 24, 2011 at 5:55 pm

@Koeteus, Actually the majority of guys playing in the NFL are convicted felons. I’m certain of this because it’s backed up by a fact filled book called “Pros and Cons in the NFL” . The authors did their homework and found better than 70% of the league has been convicted of a felony. Many are repeat offenders that benefit from a system that encourages a blind eye to talented scum bags with a taste for rape, assault, and various other violent crimes including spousal abuse. I was a pretty big fan at one time, but I got tired of watching these jerks flashing gang signs after touch downs, and getting lots of free passes. The head offices have a policy of hiring ex higher ranking cops and chiefs for positions so that they can grease the skids for the players to get out of trouble very frequently. It’s a shame.

samurai on September 25, 2011 at 6:13 pm

29 priors, they should just cane this guy publicly for an afternoon. I’m sick of these scum.

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