Originally written on Hall of Very Good  |  Last updated 6/22/12

It never surprises me where New York Yankees logos show up. Think about it...they're literally everywhere.

Remember this little guy?

So, would it surprise you that a guy charged with shooting another guy in Arizona was nabbed because of the unfortunate placement of his Yankees ink. Yup, 21-year-old Carlos Benito Sturgus (see below) was caught this past week in Mesa thanks to the terrible tat.

Here's the story courtesy of the Phoenix New Times.

According to court documents obtained by New Times, a witness told police he saw Sturgus and another man arguing on the balcony of the apartment above him, and when the other man walked downstairs to leave, Sturgus started shooting at him.

The other man began to shoot back at Sturgus while running through the apartment complex, and Sturgus eventually landed a shot in the man's back, according to the documents.

When police arrived, the man said he couldn't feel his legs, and was placed in the intensive-care unit at a hospital with non-life-threatening injuries.

He told police he didn't know who shot him, but said the shots came from a balcony.


And who was on the balcony? You guessed it.


***Thanks Deadspin!***

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