I love Taco Bell as much as the next guy, but if I were driving around in an alleged stolen automobile, I'd think twice before heading out for a Cheesy Gordita Crunch.

There are headlines that sometimes you just have to shake your head at. Personally, I've never been on either side of a stolen car. If I did decide one day that stealing an automobile was in my best interest, I'd try to remain under the radar and keep a low profile.

Apparently, a 24-year-old, Pocatello man has been charged with grand theft for allegedly arriving at a southeast Idaho Taco Bell in a stolen vehicle, according to eastidahonews.com. A Taco Bell employee is being credited with assisting in the arrest after messaging the victim of the alleged theft, which ultimately police used to identify the suspect.

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If found guilty of the crime, the man arrested could face 14 years in prison and a $5,000 fine, according to eastidahonews.com. If the allegations are true in this case, then cruising a stolen ride to the neighborhood Taco Bell for some late-night grub is even bolder than the flavors in the restaurant's Nacho Cheese Doritos Locos Taco Supreme.

The only crime I've ever been a part of at a Taco Bell was being robbed of hot sauce packets at the drive-thru and not realizing it until I got home and poured out all my food onto my coffee table. And don't get me started on Taco Bell removing its Verde sauce packets from public consumption.

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