Updated: May 20, 2019
Forest Grove, Washington County, Oregon. Irresponsible Dad squanders daughter’s Girls Scout money, Then plays the hero with a false burglary victimhood report. They got'em
March 06, 2019
. fictim Brian David Couture
called 911 reporting that he had a scuffle with a burglar. He claimed unwelcome stranger had entered his home through a sliding door and attacked but he fought back then the alleged perpetrator fled on foot.
When officers responded to the given address, they found Brian Couture
"unresponsive," according to Forest Grove Police. Brian was taken to a hospital where he was said to be in stable condition. Meanwhile, police searched the area extensively with a K9-Unit but the suspect was no where to be found. And investigation involving The Washington County Sheriff's Office, North Plains Police Department and Beaverton Police Department also turned out to discredit Brian's claims.
March 11, 2019
. According to Forest Grove Police, Brian Couture
confessed to having fabricated the alleged burglary. Investigators believe he staged the crime to cover up stealing $740 from Girl Scouts cookie sales money which he accessed via his daughter's custody and squandered away.
March 18, 2019
. 40 year-old Brian David Couture was arrested and charged with misdemeanor initiating a false police report and second-degree theft. He was booked at the Washington County Jail.
March 29, 2019
. fictim Brian Couture
was arraigned in court on misdemeanor counts of initiating a false report and improper use of an emergency reporting system. The second-degree theft was no longer on the list of charges against him. However, he pleaded not guilty. Watch this space
=== Update ===
May 20, 2019
. Brian David Couture
was sentenced to 80 hours of community service, along with probation and he was ordered to pay a $100 fine. The restitution amount in this case will be determined at a later date, according to reports.
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