While catching up on some news this evening, I stumbled upon this great story from Bakersfield, a mere 100 miles from my little corner of Los Angeles. Evidently, Mommy placed a little too much trust in little Johnny, who presumably decided to take matters into his own hands by getting his mother arrested for counterfeiting.
The news fails to expound on how the boy contacted said authorities. For instance, I imagine a 911 call might not have been taken seriously, so I like to think that the kid had no intention of giving his mom away. Rather, he was probably like, "My mommy doesn't have a job, but it's okay because she's got a computer so she just prints some money anytime she needs to buy something." And while he thought it was Mommy's special friend he was sharing this with, it turned out it was a real policeman. Oopsy.