Suspect Says He's Innocent, Reporter Asks 1 Question About His Mom That Changes Everything


A tough-talking burglary suspect proved he wasn’t so tough after all when he was asked a question about his mother from the back of a police car.

Police were following up on a lead about a burglary taking place in an Atlanta neighborhood last week when they became involved in a high-speed chase with the suspects.

WSB-TV reported that the vehicle was going 100 mph at one point during the chase before the driver lost control of the car.

After the car crashed, one suspect attempted to flee the scene but was apprehended by police.

WSB-TV reporter Tom Regan spoke with the man, who was in the back seat of the police cruiser.

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The suspect, who was not identified, adamantly denied breaking into the home.

He talked tough to Regan at first, then he got silly and started laughing.

However, he never stopped denying that he broke into the house.

When Regan asked the suspect why he was in custody, he said he had no idea.

Do you think this guy's mother will set him straight?


Interestingly, the suspect’s demeanor changed completely when Regan asked him if he had anything to say to his mother.

“My bad, mom. My bad,” he said, looking away. “I’ll be home in a couple days.”

What a character.

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Something tells me this guy might be singing a different tune after his mother gets a hold of him.

Once he gets out of jail.

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