Poor life choices

Two Maryland men made what one calls a “poor life choice” at the NRA convention when they tried to swipe $500k worth of elk antlers from one of the exhibitors…

PITTSBURGH — Police have arrested two Maryland men accused of stealing elk antlers valued at more than $500,000 from a vendor at the National Rifle Association convention in Pittsburgh.

“We saw something suspicious, and that was a couple of guys taking some elk antlers or horns right out the front door,” said convention center general manager Mark Leahy. “When they start carrying things to the end of the building, it’s like they’re not looking for the truck, something else is going on.”

Stephen Christopher Lee, 44, of Cumberland, Md., and Gary Curtis Felts, 49, of Joppa, Md., were both arrested and charged with theft by unlawful taking or disposition and criminal conspiracy, police said.

I guess this was one of those “Hold-muh-beer-an’-watch-this” moments.