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When his friends left him stranded with no way to get home, Noe Ochoa decided to steal a Hummer limo.

Given the melee that followed, Ochoa probably wished that he had caught a cab instead.

The 21-year-old San Antonio man allegedly attempted to carjack a stretch limo some time after 2:30 a.m. on Oct. 23 and got a beating from the vehicle's 15 occupants.

According to a local media report, the limo's driver was in the rear of the car talking to the passengers, who had rented the limo to celebrate a friend's birthday. When the car suddenly began to move, one passenger looked through the privacy window and saw Ochoa driving.

The passenger crawled through the window and struggled with Ochoa until the car came to a stop. The man then put the would-be carjacker in a choke hold, the report said. Other passengers then dragged Ochoa out of the car.

According to a police document, an officer patrolling the area intervened when he observed the fight between Ochoa and the passengers. The disheveled suspect reportedly told the officer that his friends had abandoned him and he had taken the car because he needed a ride home. He said he did not realize that there were people inside.

Ochoa was taken to a hospital for treatment of cuts he received during the fight. He was then taken to jail and charged with vehicular theft. He is in the Bexar County Jail on $15,000 bond.

Police: Robber was run down five times, then shot self

Things were looking good for one Milwaukee robbery suspect. He had just successfully held up his victim, who had given him some cash - but his escape plan hit a snag.

Instead of whisking the man away from the crime scene, his getaway car mowed him down.

According to the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, the 29-year-old man, who has not been identified, allegedly threatened another man at gunpoint in a parking lot at about 2:45 a.m. on Oct. 23 and demanded money. As the victim complied, a truck that police believe was the suspect's getaway vehicle drove up in reverse and accidentally hit the man and his victim.

Things were about to get worse.

The driver panicked and fled in the car, leaving the suspect to limp away with the cash. Then a woman, who police say was a friend of the victim's and witnessed the holdup, drove up in her car and rammed into the suspect.

The woman allegedly backed up and hit the man two more times, the report said. When the woman reversed her car and prepared for a fourth go at the robber, the man reached into his pocket to grab his gun and in the process accidentally shot himself in the leg. The woman then bumped the injured man a fourth time.

Milwaukee police arrested the alleged robber and took the man and his victim to the hospital. According to the report, the victim was listed in satisfactory condition, while the alleged robber was said to be in critical condition. Police are looking for the woman driver.

Police: Man fooled women into exposing their feet

Several female students at the University of Washington in Seattle have had to get back on their feet again.

Police say two dozen students were fooled into exposing their feet to a 31-year-old man with a foot fetish. They say the man has posed as both a psychology student and a fortune-teller in order to convince his victims to let him ogle and even fondle their feet.

According to Ray Wittmier, Assistant Chief of Police at the university, after the police received multiple complaints, the man, whose name has not been released, was identified by one of his victims.

Wittmier said the man admitted he followed students into their dormitories. He then attempted to convince the women that he was a psychology student conducting a survey and needed to examine their feet. Other times, he claimed to be a fortune-teller, saying he could read lines on the bottom of feet.

According to Wittmier, the man told police that "he's always been into feet. He likes feet. That's his thing."

"Some of us like faces, and some of us are apparently into feet," Wittmier said. Wittmier said the man will probably only be charged with trespassing for unlawfully entering the dormitories, because "technically the things that he was doing as far as his foot fetish were legal."

Stupid Crimes & Misdemeanors, a weekly feature of, is reported by Tinuola Awopetu and Larisa Terkeltaub.

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