Accused Car Thief Is Arrested After Driving To Court In Stolen Car

According to Hartford police, Jonathan Rivera, 25, has curious way of contesting charges of car theft.  Rivera is accused of driving in a stolen vehicle to Superior Court.

The Hartford Parking Authority was running plates in checking parking violators when a white 2014 Suburu Legacy came up stolen.  The owner had left a key fob in the car before it was stolen.   After his hearing, Rivera came out and was nabbed trying to drive the car away.  He is now charged with second-degree larceny and taking a motor vehicle without the owner’s permission.

9 thoughts on “Accused Car Thief Is Arrested After Driving To Court In Stolen Car”

  1. A criminal always returns to the scene of the crime. And some of them do it in plain view of the police.

    I’m glad they took him down without incident, because this one was sooooooooooooooo easy.

  2. What do you do with people like this? He obviously just does not get it. He is hardly alone. Penelope worked out a sweetheart deal for one of her drug pusher/user clients and on the day he was supposed to plea, the day he was only going to be sentenced to serve 5 years for stuff he could have easily gotten 40 years for, he was late for court. Why, because he was all effed up on drugs over at one of the casinos.

    She persuaded the judge to wait, and an hour later dude comes strolling into the courtroom. This is why we need flogging to be brought back, and much more capital punishment.

    Squeeky Fromm
    Girl Reporter

  3. He’s just an undocumented driver. That, or a reverse Uber entrepreneur. Had the owner not intended for the vehicle to be used then they would not have left the key fob in the vehicle.

  4. When he came across the border his last name was “Rivers”. He changed it to Rivera when he saw Geraldo on TV.

    1. Paul, 1/2 to 3/4ths of them are complete Zombies at this point that can’t even walk let along communicate.

      Watch this vid a couple & I that you’ll see how Tech is destroying them.

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