Severed Finger Leads Police to Attempted Theft Suspect

Arizona man with a missing digit is accused of trying to steal a spool of copper wire from a truck.
1:16 | 10/31/13

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We saw wire kinda spread out in front of his house. You know coming from the truck -- so we just figured he was doing a project may be -- -- -- -- -- Berger got a bit closer to his neighbors track. He knows something wasn't right when we -- both walking together at the end. We're both looking down we go -- there's finger on the into the water Glendale police say spool of copper wire are what the suspect wanted. But in the process of stealing it I'm guessing got in his car and was driving down the street trying to -- -- -- In a got snagged on this tire of the super here got snagged right there in when -- -- Tightened up -- finger -- Only an inch of the finger was left behind it. The that each was all Glendale police forensics -- -- here they reenact helping solve the crime that they attached to popsicle stick to. And they were able to get a good that rolled my good friends off that -- pointed to Joshua government. Who is not only missing his finger at the time of his arrest but had posted this picture of himself on FaceBook -- A missing finger -- pretty stupid. Dislikes bill on the wire win that would meant stupid and -- goes and continues being stupid.

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