The job market has gotten so good these days that it’s now able to FIGHT CRIME.
A 32-year-old guy named Alberto Lopez worked at a Bank of America branch in Cottonwood, Arizona a few years ago. But when he quit in October of 2016, his bosses suspected he’d stolen $5,000, so they filed a police report.
The cops tried to track him down, but he kept missing appointments and ducking their calls. They put out a warrant for his arrest, but he managed to keep avoiding them.
That is . . . until December, when Alberto was job hunting, and he applied for a dispatcher job AT the police department.
When the cops were running background checks on their candidates, they found his warrant. So they scheduled an “interview” for him last week . . . and when he showed up, they arrested him.
In their press release about his arrest, they also made sure to mention he’s, quote, “out of the running” for the job.