The text message which put dim-witted would-be burglar Stuart Gibbs behind bars

'Don't ring me when I'm out robbing': The text message which put dim-witted would-be burglar behind bars Stuart Gibbs, of Leicester, jailed for 18 months for the attempted burglary The 24-year-old admitted the offence after police caught him with messageAdmitted a string of later offences including dangerous driving | UPDATED: 14:44 GMT, 26 December 2012 Gibbs admitted attempted burglary and was jailed for 18 months at Leicester Crown Court A would-be burglar has been locked up after police found a text message he sent before trying to break into a house which read: 'I've told you 20 times – don't ring me when I'm out robbing'. Dozy Stuart Gibbs was caught hiding in a shed behind the house in Leicester after a vigilant resident contacted police when she two men acting suspiciously in a neighbour's garden

Sandy Hook victims: America"s night of grief as citizens unite for candle-lit vigils

America's night of grief: Citizens unite as they attend candle-lit vigils to remember the 26 Sandy Hook victims Paper lanterns were released into sky at a vigil in Omaha, Nebraska Hundreds attended Newtown High School to see President Barack Obama preside over an interfaith worship vigil | UPDATED: 16:23 GMT, 17 December 2012 Americans were united in their grief last night as they attended vigils to remember the 26 victims of the Sandy Hook shooting. Many people lit candles as they stood in the dark clutching candles while silently reflecting on the tragic events of last Friday. Paper lanterns were released into the night sky during a vigil in Omaha, Nebraska