Western Michigan University student William K. Bradley has been sentenced for larceny in a building.
He stole a computer.
From the Kalamazoo County jail.
Where he already was serving a sentence in a different case.
Kalamazoo County Circuit Judge Gary Giguere Jr. sentenced Bradley on Monday, telling the Kalamazoo resident his jailhouse theft was "the dumbest crime I've heard today" and "may be in the top half-dozen in my career."
Bradley, who has racked up six felonies and four misdemeanors by the age of 25, agreed with the judge, saying, "I'm not the best criminal."
Bradley asked for home arrest, but Giguere instead ordered him back to jail for six months.
Western spokeswoman Cheryl Roland tells the Kalamazoo Gazette Bradley is a sophomore at the university.