PITTSBURGH — An 18-year-old Pittsburgh man is accused of burglarizing a market with three teens, then posted pictures on his Facebook page showing the suspects mugging with some of the loot. Isaiah Cutler who has been jailed since Friday in the Dec. 12 burglary. Online court records don’t list an attorney for him. Police say Cutler, a 17-year-old and two 14-year-olds stole more than $8,000 worth of cash, cigarettes, candy and checks from the business. About an hour later, police say, Cutler posted pictures of the teens posing with the loot on his page on the social networking site. The younger suspects have been charged in juvenile court and been released to their parents. Cutler faces a preliminary hearing Wednesday on charges of theft, burglary and conspiracy.
Open and shut case Johnson. What a day to be a Pittsburgh detective. Just when you thought all the leads went cold in the convenient store robbery these geniuses hand over a conviction on a silver platter. The only thing that would have been easier woulda been walking into the police station and admitting you stole the $8,000. You were home free and $8,000 richer and you couldn’t help but take to Facebook. If there’s one thing Mark Zuckerberg has taught all of us is that everything you do on his site is broadcasted for the world to see. But not to worry, you guys are young and hopefully learned from your mistakes and next time I’m sure it will go over more smoothly.