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April 12, 2016

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DESPERATION – When you’re out of heroin, just shoot up Xanax. That’s what a Sunshine Road man did – then took his father’s truck without permission, crashed it and returned home, where he punched his father in the face. He admitted being a heroin addict and said he shot up some Xanax as a substitute. Oh yes, he was arrested.

 

REALLY UNRULY JUVENILE -A Burkhalter Road woman told her juvenile son to do something, and he didn’t want to, so he “dumped over a pan of grease on the stove and started messing the house up.” Then he jumped on her and placed his arm around her neck. When deputies asked the child if he attacked his other, he admitted doing so, but resisted arrest. He was taken to jail and deputies contacted juvenile justice officials.

 

TOO GOOD TO BE TRUE – A Langston Chapel Road woman said a man supposedly hired her to be his personal assistant and promised to pay her $2,150 while he was overseas. He sent her two checks totaling $4,300, had her deposit them into her account and then pay his bills. The checks were drawn on insufficient funds, she said. That’s when she realized she had been scammed.

 

WHERE THERE’S A WILL – there’s a fight. A man threatened to kill his sister, a Pleasant Point Road woman, if their father’s will was not processed within 48 hours. When deputies phoned him about the threats, he told them he would deal with his sister as he sees fit, to “take it for what it is worth,” whether that meant beating her up or taking her to court. Deputies advised he apparently intoxicated man he should opt for court if necessary or be arrested.

 


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