The Case Of The Missing Newspaper

Kevin Davis was incensed to discover his daily paper kept getting stolen from his doorstep. He staged a stake-out only to catch a man who looked very homeless:

I was reminded of the many people I’d seen busted for crimes, petty and felonious, when I was a reporter. It rarely felt satisfying to see them being carted away in cuffs, (except for rapists and murderers) and certainly not romantic. It wasn’t like TV at all. Most were poor, desperate souls, addicted to drugs or booze, locked in poverty, stuck with hopelessness, trying to make a buck or steal one.