The first thing Keith Hinds did after allegedly stealing a Chinese food delivery car last week? Made a food delivery. Connecticut police say Hinds continued dropping off food so he could keep the money. The delivery driver called police to report that the car had been stolen after he left it idling in front of a school; the driver also called his boss so customers could be notified that their orders were stolen—but one order was delivered after the car was taken. Hinds was charged on Friday with larceny, possession of drug paraphernalia, and other drug charges.