Dim Crims: Pharmacy robber outwitted

 A man who robbed a Manhattan pharmacy at gunpoint yesterday pulled the wrong bottle from the shelf, and it cost him his life, reports NBC New York. But it wasn't drugs that did him in, it was the GPS tracking device on the decoy bottle he grabbed. Police were able to zero in on him after the robbery, finding him stuck in traffic on a service road. As officers approached his vehicle, they say he pointed a gun at them, and they opened fire, reports The New York Times. Scott Kato, 45, who has a long record of pharmacy robberies, was killed.  [Source]    [BJS]