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Morning Poll -- Dumber Criminal: Guy Who Broke Into Same House Twice in Two Days or Failed Mooner?

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Yesterday, we wrote about two of the dumber alleged criminals in recent memory.

One guy, Albert Graham, was arrested after police say he broke into the same house twice in two days.

He faces charges of burglary, possession of stolen property, theft, assault, and criminal damage.

Check it out here.

Another guy, Jay Searles, was arrested after he tried to moon water-park employees, who accused him of stealing a lifeguard's hat.

He got "cold feet" and ended up running away before mooning the workers -- but not before he mooned five people behind him, allegedly revealing his testicles, too.

He's been charged with two felony counts of indecent exposure, three misdemeanor counts of indecent exposure, and one count of disorderly conduct.

Check it out here.

We want to know what you think: which is the dumber alleged criminal?

Vote -- and see the results of yesterday's poll -- below.

Yesterday's poll question: Who's a worse TV "investigative reporter," Josh Bernstein or Wendy Halloran?

- 68.83 percent say Josh Bernstein.

- 31.17 percent say Wendy Halloran.

Here is your morning poll:


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