Man drives stolen car to court trial

March 12, 2018

A man from Connecticut US, has been arrested after driving a stolen car to court to face a charge of car theft.

Jonathan Rivera, 25, drove a stolen 2014 Subaru Legacy to the Hartford Superior Court .

He was there to answer a charge of theft and tampering with a motor vehicle from a car theft on February 7.

While he was waiting to see the judge parking attendants outside the building realised the plates on his car had been reported as stolen.

Police waited outside the courtroom and when Rivera left the court he was arrested.

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Just simply, WHY
Why would he do that, the police obviously have the licence plate
SMH (Shaking My Head)πŸ˜…


So Weird! Who would do that???


good job you decide to bring a stolen car to court nice


That’s wired πŸ€”πŸ€”πŸ€”πŸ€”πŸ€”


He not smart


That's bad very bad when he is going to court


no way.


Why did he bring a stolen car to a trial where he's being charged of stealing a car??


Why πŸ€”


Thats sad that the car got stolen


He is not that smart