A Cracker Get Away Vehicle

Executive Summary:

  • A Crackertte Perp attempted to flee the scene of her crime in a Lyft, then an Uber
  • Is today’s Cracker learning to use current technology?

In the not so distance past, a Florida Cracker or Crackerette would flee the scene of their crime in an old, rusty, Ford F150 Pick Up Truck outfitted with a Gun Rack.  The Old Pick Up truck was often not dependable, leading to the apprehension of many a Cracker.

The Ford F150, the Get Away vehicle of choice of the Florida Cracker

Florida Crackerette, Kate Lamothe, 24, entered an Exxon in Pinellas Park and asked to buy a Juul Vaping device that cost $42.79. When the clerk handed it to Crackerette Lamothe, she fled the scene without paying.

Crackerette Lamothe needed her nicotine so she stole a high end Juul Vaping Device

Crackerette Lamothe had arrived at the Exxon station in a Lyft.  After stealing the Juul Vaping Device, Crackerette Lamothe ran out of the store and back into the Lyft vehicle that was told to wait.  Seeing that a crime was in progress, the Lyft Driver refused to drive and Crackerette Lamothe exited the Lyft vehicle.

Crackerette Lamothe is now in the Pinellas County Hoozegow

When the Lyft driver wouldn’t help her, Crackerette Lamothe called an Uber and began walking away from the Exxon station. Crackerette Lamothe was later apprehended inside an Uber in a nearby parking lot.

Like many young people today, Crackerette Lamothe depends on Lyft and Uber for her transportation

Crackerette Lamothe was arrested and charged with retail theft. and later freed on $150 bond.  

While this may seem to be just another amusing story about Cracker crime, it should be taken seriously.  You see, for decades, Police Departments in Florida have been trained to apprehend Cracker Perps fleeing the scene of the crime in their old, rusty, Pick Up Trucks.  Now, these Florida Police Departments must be retrained on how to recognize and safely apprehend Cracker Perps fleeing in Uber or Lyfts.  

Police departments will be spending Millions to retrain their Officers on Lyft and Uber