JUDGING FROM her reaction, Jocelyn S. Kirsch may have received the best Christmas present of her life in 2003. Her father, Dr. Lee Kirsch, a plastic surgeon from Winston-Salem, North Carolina, shipped her a package containing a pair of silicone breast implants, she told her fellow Drexel University dorm residents. Kirsch, then a freshman, said it was her father's Christmas gift.
12/6: Jenice Armstrong | The art of the steal
Was this book 'Bonnie & Clyde's' bible?
WHEN YOU READ the following, consider the so-called "Bonnie and Clyde" couple: "Let's face it. Everyone cheats. You may think you don't, you may try to convince yourself that you're above reproach, but you're not."
JOCELYN SARAH Kirsch had planned to throw a 25th birthday party tonight at an upscale Rittenhouse Square eatery for her live-in love, Edward Kyle Anderton. But the daring duo - now all over the national news media - won't be attending the party, because they'll instead be spending the night in the clink.
THE GIOVANNI & PILEGGI hairdresser didn't want to offend her Center City walk-in client, Morgan Greenhouse, who had come in for a hair-extension consultation. Her high-fashion client cut to the chase, telling the hairdresser: " 'Don't worry about the money. Money is not an issue.' " The client left with a $2,200 bill on a bogus credit card and two bad checks, stiffing the stylist out of her measly 10 percent tip, about $250. The vanishing lady, it turns out, was not "Morgan Greenhouse" but Jocelyn Kirsch.
Pair charged with profiting from identity thefts at Center City condo