So technically it’s just one real dummy. But to be fair,  we’ll just call them DUMB AND DUMBER. 


These two look like Crack whores. I call this part the I do drugs and I want to show off my pretty side. 

I don’t know what it is about addicts. They can’t help but fuck their hair up. They never have even parts. They just run their fingers through it and keep trying to find the next hit. And they were too poor to afford a real gun. Also, what’s up with the physical assault? It’s an old lady. Do you really need to kick her?  Shes already ill. She’s already at a disadvantage. 
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Springfield, MA – After allegedly tying up and pepper spraying an elderly Springfield woman during a home invasion, Lily B. Bodenlos and an accomplice got away with $8,000 in cash, several bottles of prescription pills and a key to the woman’s safe deposit box.

Bodenlos, 29, of Naugatuck, Connecticut, also left something behind: Her resume.

Minutes after arriving at the victim’s home on Aug. 30, Springfield detectives found a folder with Bodenlos’ work history, phone number and email address in the first-floor bathroom, according to the arrest report.    

Three weeks later, Bodenlos and Melissa Mimitz, 37, of Newington, Connecticut, were arrested in Connecticut and charged with seven felony counts, including home invasion with a firearm, armed and masked robbrery with a firearm and kidnapping.

Bodenlos denied the charges in Springfield District Court on Sept. 22 and is being held without right to bail. She is due back in court Oct. 25.

Mimitz pleaded not guilty to the same charges Friday. At the request of Assistant District Attorney Mary Sandstrom, Mimitz was held without right to bail for a so-called dangerousness hearing next week.

Posing as workers for a cable television company, the defendants knocked on the woman’s door around 10 a.m., acccording to the report. They said the woman’s daughter, who also lived in the house, had requested an upgrade of her service, the report said.

The woman said she was ill, and asked the defendants to come back another day. The pair knocked on the door again, and Bodenlos asked if she could use the bathroom, the report said.

Once inside the house, both defendants went into the bathroom and emerged several minutes later, with Bodenlos wearing an improvised mask and brandishing a firearm, the report said.

They tied the victim to a kitchen chair and demanded to know where her safe was. When the woman denied having a safe, Bodenlos pepper sprayed her in the face and went upstairs to search the bedrooms, the report said.

Mimitz remained in the kitchen and kept pressuring the victim for money. At one point, she tripped over the chair, knocking the woman to the floor. Mimitz “then kicked (the victim) in the midsection with her construction-boot clad foot,” the report said.

When Mimitz went upstairs, the woman freed herself, ran to a neighbor’s home and called 911, the report said.

When police arrived, the defendants were gone, along with $8,000 of the victim’s savings, a small amount of medical marijuana and bottles of prescription pills, among other items, the report said.

In addition to the resume with Bodenlos’ contact information, police located surveillance video showing the defendants arriving at the home in a white Honda Pilot and leaving about 25 minutes later, the report said.

The vehicle was tracked down in Connecticut, and Mimitz’s ID was found inside along with $3,000 of the missing money and a black B.B. gun, the report said. Two sweatshirts with Comcast logos were also in the car, according to the report, which identified Mimitz as a former Comcast employee.

Mimitz knew the vicitm’s daughther and believed she kept money in the home, the report said.