Tom's Tweet: A 77th Arrest for this Criminal
Our adventures take us around the country, and we’ve seen countless stories about lax laws that allow criminals (to) slip through the judicial system, seemingly effortlessly. However, I don’t know if I’ve ever seen anything so outrageous as the story coming out of my home state. Have a look for yourself, and I’ll let you decide.
According to police in Alexandria, La., officers responded to the report of a man stuck in the chimney of a business early Friday morning.
Employees told officers that when they arrived at the business, they could hear a man yelling. They found he was stuck.
While officers were in route, police say the man was able to free himself from the chimney. He then reportedly threw a brick at an employee before running from the store.
Officers were soon able to locate the suspect and identified him as 41-year-old Matthew Mobley of Alexandria.
Police say this is the 77th time Mobley has been booked into the Rapides Parish Detention Center.
This is Mobley's 77th booking into the Rapides Parish Detention Center. He's facing charges of attempted simple burglary and aggravated assault.
APD officers said in a news release that they did not locate a sleigh or any presents on scene.
I’m willing to attempt reform of criminals maybe twice or even three times through the penal system. But, to give a guy a basic pass for 76 times is insulting. I’m guess this gentleman is getting his fair shake in prison with accommodations. Perhaps on his 78th booking he will decide to change his ways.
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