Monitor Boy transferred in from out of state, his story was something regarding moving to get away from his mother. He was a weird dude; something off about him.
One of the guys was a former prison guard in the lifer wing, and he really didn't like the guy. (On a side note, be careful when mentioning milkshakes to prison guards, our guy got nauseous.) Most of us chalked it up to his habit of cracking his jaw in the middle of conversations.
One night, Monitor Boy saw a discarded, broken computer monitor. This was back in the day of bulky CRTs, so it was heavy. He decided to see what would happen when he threw it off the top of the building. A 30+ story building.
The next morning, we found shards of monitor glass embedded, as in I had to use a metal tool to remove them, in the aluminum railing 15 yards away from the crash site, the smoking patio from my previous story.
One of the janitors was almost killed. He heard the crash as he came up to clean the area. He would have been there when the crash occurred, but he had forgotten his phone, and went back to get it from the lunch room.
Monitor Boy was found out from the elevator cams seeing him get on the elevator going up with a monitor, but not coming down with a monitor.
But, wait there's more! The police came back the next day, evidently, Monitor Boy had a nice assault warrant out on him. He put his exes new squeeze in the hospital, and as he was a transfer, there was no background check. Monitor Boy was also Skip-Out-on-the-Assault-Charge Lad.
You would think the story ended there, but it didn't!
Two weeks later, two guys came by the building looking for one of the employees in the building. They were Canadians looking to pick up a laptop they had just purchased on E-bay. It turns out that Monitor Boy "sold" them a laptop, and told them they could pick it up from the employee they were looking for. So, he added International Wire Fraud to his resume.
Last I heard, the US Marshals were looking for his ass.