Thieves. Criminals. They are all around us. In fact, renown criminal Jesse James stole money from his first bank this month. Whatever your thoughts on Jesse James are one thing is for certain, he was a criminal in every sense of the definition. He was someone who committed a crime and broke the law. Whether you think Jesse’s actions were good or not, he did break the law.
Signs that a Person Might Have Criminal Tendencies
Whether you get caught up in criminal activity, or not, it’s important to have an idea of how to look for characters like Jesse and his gang. Here are some items we’ve found helpful when dealing with shady characters:
- Look for Sketchy Behavior – Sketchy people are more than just people who avoid looking into your eyes. Sketchy people can be seen as someone who doesn’t look at you straight in the eyes or someone who acts fidgety in certain situations.
- Loiterers/Stalkers – If you notice people just wandering around you haphazardly or even someone who continues to follow you, I’d suggest keeping an eye on them. Loiters and/or stalkers are usually up to no good and cannot be trusted.
- Emotional Outbursts – Acts of crime can often be acts of passion. Keep an eye on people who are acting on irrational emotions. This can be either people who are screaming violently or are acting out in sadness.
- Talks of Law Breaking Are Happening – A sense of not following the law is common in most criminals and it usually starts small. Small rule breaking begins with acts of vandalism and drinking, but it can lead to other things.
These are just a few of the character items you need to look for when being on the look out for criminals and sketchy characters but remember at the end of the day you know the people you hang out with better than we do.
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Remember if you experience characters that view any of these habits it’s best that you stay away from them. There are times however, thought hat you might be seen as one of those characters and even get arrested. If that’s the case, we’d like to help you. To learn more about our bail bonding services, please call 919-438-1295 or drop a message into our contact form.