5 Craziest Crimes of the Week Including the arrest of man accused of being lifelong silver thief By Newser Editors, Newser Staff Posted Aug 30, 2013 5:54 AM CDT Updated Aug 30, 2013 1:04 PM CDT 3 comments Comments File photo of antique silverware. (Shutterstock) (Newser) – The arrest of an alleged silver thief that reads like a movie plot and the egregious misuse of bailout money highlight this week's craziest crimes: Banker Blew $381K in Bailout Cash on Posh Condo: This will likely make your blood boil. A former bank executive has pleaded guilty to using bailout money—and lots of it—to buy a waterfront condo. And his penalty probably won't be too severe. Legendary Thief Caught by Retired Archnemesis: It's a criminal tale that reads like Catch Me If You Can. At its center: an alleged thief of antique silver thought to have burgled 500 homes over 30 years. He was arrested this week in Florida, thanks to the efforts of a retired detective who never gave up. Soft-Hearted Kidnappers Give Broke Hostage Money: Two convicted kidnappers in China made the mistake of abducting a girl whose family had no money. What they did next proves they might be too nice to stay in their chosen line of work. Guy Tries to Shoot Pot Into Prison via Arrow: Cops say a Washington state man wrapped a bag of marijuana around an arrow, then fired that arrow into a county jail Tuesday. The excuse he gave police as to why he shot the arrow didn't quite cut it. At Home Depot, You Can Do It ... in Our Sheds: No, the chain isn't changing its slogan. But a South Carolina couple faces charges after police found them in an outside display shed, without much clothing. Click for more weird crimes.