A Virginia Tech professor has taken to the popular social media app TikTok as a way for students to turn in their weekly vocabulary assignments for History Analysis of Musical Styles. ... See MoreSee Less
Deputies are investigating an armed robbery that occurred at the 7-11 store in Marlowe/Falling Waters earlier this evening. The suspect displayed a knife during the robbery. After the robbery, the suspect fled the store and drove away in a white in color sedan. If you have information on the identity of the suspect, please call the Sheriff’s Office at (304) 267-7000. ... See MoreSee Less
This looks like one of the guys that were robbing those elderly peoples homes a few days ago ... just a thought
Just going to get worse. People are now a month w/o a job.
He didn't even wear mask! 🙈. For that alone he deserves to get caught
Same MO as two robberies in Frederick,Md.Subject description similar as well!
I say 28-48hrs til they atleast know who he is.
Red clown shoes and a face only a mother could love.
Its literally normal to wear a mask right now and even encouraged.. dude goes to rob a store with no mask 🤦♂️ 😂
Just warming up shits about to get alot worst. I mean shit look at how people acted over toilet paper!
bcsd ain't gonna do anything to capture this criminal
Lol he looks like ben roethlisberger
Terry Weisenburg is this the guy that keeps going to your parents in the middle of the night?
Are clerks not allowed to carry there.. I have my gun permit.. if I worked at a convenience store am I allowed to carry.. because all it takes is someone with a gun or knife and I could be dead without protection.
I don't have time to determine hey sir are you going to kill me if I give you the money.. hmmm.
I'd rather be judged by 12 then carried by 6
Melinda Staley be aware ♡
Kimberly Ritter MA R IA
Car looks like a ford focus, guy looks like an idiot.
How fucking dumb can u be your actually allowed to wear a mask.
That scum is going to rob the wrong person one day and end up becoming a statistic.
Some helpful tips about wearing a mask in public from the Virginia State Police. Be smart and do your part to keep everyone safe.With Governor of Virginia Northam & the CDC strongly encouraging all Virginians to wear cloth face coverings while out in public & at work, here is a friendly reminder of #Virginia law about wearing masks in public. #StoptheSpread #COVID19 #StayHomeSaveLives #COVID19Va Public Safety Virginia ... See MoreSee Less
The Waynesboro Police Department would like to say thank you to Mrs. Edie Eckman for her donation of awesome handmade masks, Mr. Roger Gregoire of Roo Vapes for his donation of convenient pocket size hand sanitizers, and to South River Security and Investigations for their donation of Gavid's Steakhouse lunch for all of our WPD officers and staff. We are truly thankful for all you have done for us and for your support! Stay safe! ... See MoreSee Less
This really isn’t that hard. I’m confident most people know the difference between medically wearing a mask and attempting to conceal their identity. If ABC, military bases, law enforcement etc... ask people to remove their mask for a few seconds to verify ID people will.
Where can facial masks be bought.
Wow. Lots of arrests coming October 31. Poor little guys
Y'all have at it I'm not wearing mask, I hardly come in contact with ppl before this act of fear-mongering.
Govenor stated that no one would stopped or ticketed during the virus if they were wearing a mask in public.
We all understand that but, the line is being blurred by these homemade masks. Hard to tell if a person is trying to avoid getting infected or planning to rob the place just at a glance.
So no hamburglar costumes 👍👍
Government doesn't need to know where I am or what I'm doing.
Should have enforced this law in Charlottesville.
My MIL made a mask for my husband.... out of a red bandana 🤦🏼♀️🤦🏼♀️🤦🏼♀️
intent has to be proven.
Don’t get the two confused...🤦♀️
I should be able to hide my identity if I feel like it.
Tim Kaine's son got busted out of state for this law, back when he was protesting. Never heard outcome. Perhaps he got a free pass bc of dad or bc he was protesting...... Anyone have any intel?
Im sure everyone will know the difference ...
Tell this to my iPhone...lol
Unless you wear a burka, niqab or hijab.
Democrat Klansman and baby killer Northam (aka "Coonman")...
We don't have a set schedule. This is our first time trying this. We ask for forgiveness in advance if we miss your neighborhood. We are going to try to cover as many as we can. We are leaving the office at 10am sharp!
This is fantastic! Can’t wait to #spotabunny
There is kids on Hinton Rd Thanks Sheriff Cubbage always doing something good for the County
Page County is the best! Awesome idea! ❤
Hope to see you on Willow several kids great idea chad
Can you post a schedule so the folks out of town can park in a neighborhood and "spot a bunny" too? Thank you.
The cop is not always the bad guy. Support all our local & county officers. Ann &Freddie
Hope he comes down by Alan Cubbage Auto by the house would really cheer up the kids thanks for doin this PCS and Chad Cubbage thank for keepin the kids spirits alive🥰
On Sunday, April 5 at approximately 2303 hours, deputies were dispatched to Staunton Self Storage, located at 616 Lee Jackson Hwy, Staunton, for the report of a suspicious activity.
Deputies received information that several, possibly dozens, of break-ins had occurred over the weekend. Upon arrival, they located a small passenger car that was occupied by a man and woman.
A preliminary investigation revealed that several storage units had been tampered with. Further investigation revealed that the occupants of the vehicle, Arthur Johnson and Jeanette Chambers, had allegedly broke into several storage units and stole assorted items, many of which they were still in possession of. Johnson and Chambers were arrested and jailed at Middle River on (7) counts of burglary.
In furtherance of the investigation, a search warrant was obtained and served at a motel in Greenville, VA. Deputies were able to recover additional stolen property.
Investigators are now working to identify all victims, and piece together a timeline for the rash of burglaries, including some that had been previously reported. Additional charges are likely.
If anyone has any information about this investigation, please contact the Augusta County Sheriff’s Office Criminal Investigations Division at 540-245-5333 or Crime Stoppers at 800-322-2017. ... See MoreSee Less
Celebrating a pair of birthdays! Happy birthday Marquise and Zachary. Wishing you the best! We appreciate your family’s continued support of our Department and hope we added joy to your day. ... See MoreSee Less
Blue Ridge Hospice interim CEO Richard Kennedy is seeking the Democratic nomination to run for the Shawnee District seat on the Frederick County Board of Supervisors. A special election for the seat will be held Nov. 3. ... See MoreSee Less
There are so many wonderful people assisting with attaining this goal and donating their time to make these. 💗
*Please remember to take the finished masks back to the hospital. They are very much needed by those who continue to care for others. Along with those keeping the hospital running and safe. The supplies are donated for this.
****There are kits available to purchase at The Cloth Peddler in Stephens City if you want to make some for your friends and family.
vally Health can. kiss my a$$. I have boxes of n95. keeping them for MYSELF
Great reflection on Winchester.,sad sad reflection on the USA readiness and our national White House leadership
COVID-19 in Virginia This page is updated daily before 10 AM. Numbers are preliminary and close out at 5 PM the day before posting. Case counts reflect what has been reported to VDH by healthcare prov...
The plan is to help farmers market vendors set up online stores where customers can order what they want and pick up their orders at Turner Pavilion downtown, all while abiding by social distancing protocols necessitated by the COVID-19 pandemic. ... See MoreSee Less
Students from James Madison University, along with faculty, JMU X-Labs and local business and community partners, are racing against the clock to help the Harrisonburg Farmers Market reopen on Saturda...
This set of keys was located yesterday (4/5/2020) on the walking trail at Eastham Dog Park off of Luray Ave. If these keys are yours please call the Warren County Sheriff’s Office at 540-635-4128. ... See MoreSee Less
The HPD family would like to provide a positive distraction and show our residents that we are still finding ways to stay connected with our community. We have been working hard on various upcoming community events promoting the Statewide Stay at Home Order and CDC Social Distancing while engaging our community.
Today’s demonstration involves a lighthearted mission and somewhat of a fun distraction from current events. Here, HPD operators test a ramp system to deploy the department’s ICOR Mini robot to a lucky Harrisonburg family. The package to be delivered includes lunch donated by Jersey Mike’s Subs, to a lucky Harrisonburg family recommended by Boys & Girls Clubs of Harrisonburg-Rockingham. This family received a much-appreciated meal, and a front row seat to what will hopefully become a beneficial initiative in the community while providing vital proficiency training for the team.
Thank you guys, you made their day, they were so happy
I don’t know who thought of this but they’re a genius!
What an amazing and inspiring exchange for a kid !
Thank you all for going above and beyond for the kids and families in our community they will never forget this!
Wonderful act of kindness.
Very uplifting - made their day!!
You guys are simply awesome! Thank you!
Well done, HPD!!
Highlight of their day!
Great job HPD.
That would have been awesome to see in person
Robot savy!!!! Love it
Thank you 🙏😘😭❤️
Shirley Y Michael Morales
Savannah Meadows it’s what you seen!
This is a moronic stunt. Even before this crisis, over 65% of Harrisonburg residents were ALICE. (Asset Limited, Income Constrained, and Employed.) There are likely hundreds of hungry children in this city and hundreds of elderly poor in the city who live by themselves and are isolated without any source of income or food. The city of Harrisonburg spends close to $12,582,108 on the police department including $4,660,460 on "police administration" (source City of Harrisonburg Virginia Budget for the Fiscal Year July 1, 2019 to June 30, 2020) while the city starves.
The city also spends $2,496,895 on Middle River Regional Jail, and an unspecified chunk of $8,649,898 on "joint operations" with Rockingham County on the Harrisonburg-Rockingham Jail. (The 2020 budget notes a $222,000 increase in city spending on "joint operations", "due to the city's share of capital outlay for a replacement roof at the jail...") $322,432 of the city's budget goes to the Shenandoah Valley Juvenile Center which made national news for abusing immigrant children. (www.usatoday.com/story/news/nation/2018/06/22/immigrant-children-shenandoah-valley-juvenile-cente...)
When the regional jail authority paid Moseley Architects $142,515 [hburgcitizen.com/2019/08/27/as-preparations-for-expansion-continue-middle-river-regional-jail-beg...] to study the local jail in preparation for an aborted plan to expand local jail facility, they found that "Probation Violators and persons admitted to jail for violating conditions of supervision represent one of the largest categories of offenders admitted and confined in Regional Jail", that "Just under half of cases were classified in misdemeanor status", that " 25.2% of persons were admitted with “revocation of
suspended sentence” recorded as the offense for which they were admitted to jail – by far the single largest offense category. " and "Approximately half (53.6%) of the sample had current charge/conviction severity codes reported as 'low' severity offenses." 20.5% were in jail for drug charges, the second most frequently reported charge behind probation violation. Only 22.1% of the prison population was confined for either a violent crime or a person crime charge. The un-sentenced awaiting trial, or pretrial population comprised 37.3% of the total population, and the total awaiting trial population was 61.2%. The report also notes that our local jail population is "older ... than many local jails in the Commonwealth" and that "many offenders are 'revolving door' jail offenders ... with substantial substance abuse/mental health issues that are associated with repeated criminal behavior and contribute to the jail's 'revolving door''. (www.valleyjusticecoalition.org/wp-content/uploads/CBCP-2014-12-20.pdf)
This is a local public health catastrophe waiting to happen. For those who don't understand why, please take the time to read this Wired article. www.wired.com/story/coronavirus-covid-19-jails-prisons/
in August 2014, when HPD sucessfully asked for another 30 grand from Harrisonburg City Council to renovate the military surplus MRAP featured in this video, the comments section of WHSV - TV3 was overwhelmingly full of negative and critical comments from local residents of all walks of life. " There is no reason for them to need/have this. It's a MILITARY vehicle for MILITARY use. Common police do not need these. If things get that out of hand you can call in the military and let them use their vehicles & such. If police get to have military grade defense machines for their protection then the American people should be allowed to have military grade weapons for our protection". "We couldn't spend this money on schools, teachers, hell even just more police?" " A militarized police state is not advantageous to the community! Law enforcement is in fact very poorly trained and is not qualified for such operations!" "A waste[.]" "If I thought we needed one of these things then I hope someone would remind me of the definition of paranoia." "BUT BUT ...... hpd REALLY wants to look cool when they go mudden ......" "Hmmm I say that if they get it you will see more abuse of power and more excuses to use this item when it is not needed the police are dangerous enough without it. So hell no[.]" "Give the city this, and the government wants to take away our 2nd amendment rights ????" 'An army of principles can penetrate where an army of soldiers cannot.' ~Thomas Paine[.]" "This is all just so they can form a police state. Its happening everywhere." "This is a waste of resources we have an excellent National Guard that could be called upon if a vehicle like this were needed[.]" "hell no what are they gonna do with it?overpower college students?" Its Harrisonburg not Afghanistan !!!!" This is just a fraction of the negative comments from local residents that this expenditure provoked. [www.facebook.com/WHSV.TV/photos/the-harrisonburg-police-department-is-asking-the-city-council-for...]
Yes, the family in this video probably desperately needed food, and I'm glad they got it. (And there's no reason to turn this stunt into a crass product placement aside from the cynical logic of "public-private partnership".) One bag of Jersey Mike's is not going to help thousands of Harrisonburg's workers who are being driven even further into poverty by this crisis. The CEO of Jersey Mike's has a net worth of over $300 million while Jersey Mike's employees work under hazardous conditions, exposing themselves to COVID-19, putting themselves and their families at risk of death for poverty wages. Retail supermarkets in the US waste around 43 billion pounds of food every year, and restaurantswaste another 22 to 33 billion pounds (Sources: www.nrdc.org/sites/default/files/wasted-food-IP.pdf, foodprint.org/issues/the-problem-of-food-waste/) What we need is not these sort of wasteful propaganda stunts, but an actual democratic redistribution of resources. The best way to achieve that is by putting the economy directly under the democratic control of the working people who produce said resources.
The real irony here is that police officers are putting themselves at very high risk for COVID-19 exposure in the course of doing their jobs, jailing their fellow wage laborers while the Wall Street speculators such as Diane Feinstein and Orville Platt who profited off of this crisis go free, and protecting the "property rights" of real estate speculators who sit on abandoned hospitals as thousands die from this plague. I have no illusion that this comment won't be deleted but I'm sure there are one or two cops reading this who understand there is some truth to what I'm saying. Maybe you signed up because you wanted to help your community, and now you're going out every day risking exposure while your supervisors and administrators make a much greater salary to sit comfortably at their desks and do nothing. The good news is you don't have to do this. You can throw down your badges any time and rejoin the rest of the working class in demanding an end to capitalist dictatorship.
One thing is certain, this is a "distraction", but it isn't a positive one
Please keep your pets safe just as you are keeping your family safe and at home with you.
If you should become sick please have a plan in place for care of your pet. If your pet becomes sick please don't panic, there could be so many reasons your pet is not feeling well. Please contact your veterinarian to schedule an appointment or discuss a treatment plan.
TUESDAY, APRIL 7 - ALL I-81 SOUTHBOUND LANES BETWEEN EXITS 213 AND 205 TO CLOSE FOR TWO HOURS ON APRIL 7 FOR CRASH INVESTIGATION
STAUNTON – All Interstate 81 southbound lanes between exits 213 and 205 are scheduled to be closed from about 8 a.m. to 10 a.m. on the morning of Tuesday, April 7, for Virginia State Police to investigate a recent crash in southern Augusta County.
I-81 southbound motorists will detour at exit 213A, take Route 11 (Lee-Jackson Highway) south into Rockbridge County, and then take Route 606 (Raphine Road) west to return to the interstate at exit 205.
Traffic alerts and traveler information can be obtained by dialing 511. Traffic alerts and traveler information also are available at www.511Virginia.org. ... See MoreSee Less
The Staunton Police Department would like to thank all of the extremely generous community members that have donated supplies and meals to our organization. There are far too many donors to name individually, but please know that we are so grateful for your support!
Below are just some of the items that have been donated to us by members of our community. ... See MoreSee Less
UPDATE- The outage has been resolved and all phone lines are now operational.
The Staunton Police Department is currently experiencing an outage of all administrative and non-emergency telephone lines. At this time, the outage is not affecting 911 calls. Please call us at 911 if you need law enforcement, fire, or rescue services.
We will provide updates as more information is available. Thank you for your patience. ... See MoreSee Less
Federal Trade CommissionYou’ve probably heard the news by now – the government is sending out relief checks as part of the federal response to the Coronavirus. Scammers heard the same thing, and they’re hoping to cash in on yours.
The details of how this will all work are still coming together, but we do know a few things about how this will – and will not – work. For now, here are some things to know: go.usa.gov/xvCz3... See MoreSee Less
We’ve received lots of questions about Governor Hogan’s order & how this affects those that work in Maryland. This post from the Maryland State Police answers a lot of those questions.Maryland State Police Superintendent Colonel Woodrow Jones III has directed troopers to continue their public education and enforcement efforts regarding the Governor’s Executive Orders and last night issued specific instructions regarding the stay-at-home order. Those instructions are as follows:
- Enforcement of the expanded Governor’s Executive Order will be conducted by Maryland state troopers. However, troopers will not make traffic stops simply to ask drivers where they are going to determine if their travel is essential or not.
- If, in the course of the regular performance of his/her duties, such as during a crash investigation or a traffic stop, the trooper develops information indicating the individual was engaged in non-essential travel, enforcement action can be taken, in consultation with the state’s attorney’s office in that jurisdiction.
- While it is not necessary for drivers in Maryland to have documentation about the purpose of travel, having such documentation may help resolve questions.
- Troopers will continue to initiate enforcement action when a business or group of more than 10 people is observed in violation of the Governor’s Executive Order.
- The Order does not prohibit people from going to the store to get groceries or prescriptions, seeking medical attention at an urgent care facility, getting cleaning or laundry supplies. In addition, the Order does not prevent people from going out to get necessities for pets or other livestock.
- The Order allows for travel to care for a family member, friend, pets, etc. Citizens are also permitted to travel for transporting family, friends, pet or livestock for essential health and safety activities.
- The Order also allows for travel to and from an educational institution to receive meals or instructional materials for distance learning.
- The Order allows for outdoor exercise activities (done in accordance to with social distancing guidelines issued by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention) and crowd gatherings of 10 people or less. However, such actives may not be done at a park that has been closed by state or local government.
- Restaurants can be visited if obtaining food for carry-out or drive-thru only. ... See MoreSee Less
Sadly ,people still arent listining . Its pretty sad when the goverment has to issue stay at home orders, people are off from work , collages are closed and we are this like a vacation. Hangn out, parties, campgrounds in rockingham co.still allowing short term weekend campers anyways . i know a group of brcc kids that booked online sun before the stay home order. And called the campsite timberville / broadway area and they told them to come on . So, all these orders mean nothing because they arent being enforced
Word on the street has started that deputies are at checkpoints around Bridgewater/Dayton, wanting to know why people are out. THIS IS A GROSS misinterpretation of the Governor's Order. It is not for the police to stop people and decide what is essential - and this CSHD poster gets it wrong. The Order is clear about what is allowed, and far more is allowed than the poster suggests. The citizen decides what is essential within the limits of the whole Order, not a short version on a poster. I suggest that people educate themselves by what the Governor published, including the Frequently Asked Questions. I am a supporter of government and police. I am not a supporter of poorly educated people who take it on themselves to misinterpret and oversimplify rights (and responsibilities). www.virginia.gov/coronavirus/faq/?fbclid=IwAR2tkcqKGiVX0nTql6eURghjQuWhJWE-zfyiO9cm5IT7cO7PCNqhLt...
At this time, there is one confirmed case of Coronavirus in Clarke County. In cooperation with the State and Federal 30 day extension of social distancing, the Clarke County Board of Supervisors, the Clarke County Sheriff’s Department and the EMA are requesting your help in slowing the spread of the Coronavirus. • Avoid gatherings of more than 10 people. No athletic events or other social gatherings. Just because people are off work does not mean it is a time to gather for fun. Please stay at home out of public groups if at all possible. • Restrict visitation to long-term care facilities, such as nursing homes. • Discretionary travel and social visits should be avoided. Only travel when necessary for food or prescription purchases, medical treatment or emergency. • Use drive-through, pickup and delivery options for local restaurants. • If anyone in a household tests positive for the virus, everyone who lives there should stay home. Self-isolate for at least 14 days.
It is still essential that everyone continues to practice basic preventative measures: • Wash your hands frequently and thoroughly • Avoid touching your eyes, mouth and nose • Cover your coughs and sneezes • Clean surfaces and objects that are touched regularly • Stay home if you do become sick
Sheriff Todd Kemp requests that all citizens in Clarke County comply with these guidelines and continue to act accordingly. The Mississippi State Department of Health’s website is a primary resource for information on coronavirus. If you have additional questions, you are also encouraged to call the MSDH COVID-19 hotline, 877-978-6453 ... See MoreSee Less
Please see attachment of the postponement until further date and time from Martinsburg WV Elks Lodge 778 for Law and Safety Dinner and award Ceremony.
A N N O U N C E M E N T
Amid concerns over the spread of the novel coronavirus, West Virginia Governor Jim Justice has issued precautionary directions. Accordingly, Martinsburg Elks Lodge 778 will postpone the popular Law & Safety Day event at this time. It will be re-scheduled in its entirety at a future date. Thank you, in advance for adjusting to any inconveniences this may cause your agency.
This decision is being made for the health and welfare of our Lodge members as well as to allow your agencies to devote full attention to our communities and citizens.
Martinsburg Police Department Chief Maury Richards has announced he will be stepping down from his position later this Spring. Richards submitted a letter notifying Mayor George Karos, City Manager Mark Baldwin, and the City Council that he will be resigning May 31, 2020. Richards was sworn in as MPD Chief on October 28, 2015 after being selected in a nationwide candidate search. He had previously retired as a Lieutenant after a 24-year career with the Chicago Police Department.
Martinsburg Police Department Chief Maury Richards has announced he will be stepping down from his position later this Spring. Richards submitted a letter notifying Mayor George Karos, City Manager Ma...
Thank you, Chief. You have truly been an asset to our police department and to our city. Wishing you well and please know you will be missed!
Everyone deserves a real retirement at some point in their life while they can still enjoy life. Thank you Chief for your awesome leadership and service. Enjoy your retirement 💙🖤
Chief, thank you for your service! Thank you for helping make our community a safer environment. Enjoy your retirement 🎉🙌🏻
He will be missed! He, along with the whole team has made strides in cleaning up our city.
That is terrible. He has done so much for this city. Hope he is not being forced.
I really hate to hear this ..he has done so much with this drug problem here in martinsburg...
Hate to see him go, was in joes barbershop one day and he came in full uniform, took his hat off, sat town and talked to everyone.. he doesn’t know a stranger! As for the midtown 7-11, it has improved drastically.. I personally have never had any issues going in there! Happy retirement chief! 💙🖤
This saddened me, but I agree, Chief, you deserve a retirement and to enjoy your family. I hope there is plans to send you off right. MPD Officers, if y'all need help with that celebration LMK. I'll happily volunteer.
Thank you Chief, for the fantastic job you've done. I have lived here since 1988 and you have been, by far, THE BEST! Sorry to see you are leaving.
No doubt we felt safe with you at the helm. Enjoy your retirement.
Congratulations on your retirement. You’ve done a wonderful job!
Martinsburg needed Chief Richard's. Ashamed he needs to leave, he's built a first rate organization.
Chief Richards is a great leader. Love the drug house ordinance. Even though it's hard to get rid of all drugs. His leadership and the great officers of MPD have put a dent in it and prostitution. MPD has some great officers who take their job serious.See many at the gym always nice and friendly..
Great guy. He will be missed
Whoever the next chief is needs to keep up and even increase the pressure on the drug house problem.
You have done so much for martinsburg sorry to see you go
The 7-11 has been cleaned up or remodeled inside the last few weeks, don’t know what all was done but seen work being done, but still I would never stop and go in there, day or night no thank you
I can tell you this sheriffs department is a joke. You can beat a woman with a baseball bat and get away with it. Pretty sure as long as Marcus shows up. Hell rob a bank and shoot a cop they dont care if it's not monday thru Friday from 8 to 5 your good. Cause marcus is trash ass officer. Tommy has them under his control and does meth with them
Good 😡 Great job Clarke County Sheriffs Department 🙏🙏❤️
"Let those without SIN, cast the first stone" This is my Great nephew!! He needs lots of prayers and help! life hasn't been real great for him!! So instead of criticizing him, realize that for the Grace of God, this could be you or one of your loved ones!!
Good job CCSD. He looks good in Orange
Thank you for getting him off the streets, someone could of been killed!
Thank you Clarke county sheriffs department!
Unfortunately, what he did is only a misdemeanor in MS so unless the prosecutor gets creative he won't spend much time in jail. He deserves a much more severe punishment than the maximum the statute allows.
§ 97-15-13 - Hunting or shooting on or across streets and highways
(3) If any person hunts or discharges any firearm in, on or across any street, public road, public highway, levee, railroad or the right-of-way thereof, such person is guilty of a misdemeanor and, upon conviction, shall be punished by a fine not less than One Hundred Dollars ($ 100.00) nor more than Five Hundred Dollars ($ 500.00) or by imprisonment in the county jail for not less than sixty (60) days nor more than six (6) months, or by both such fine and imprisonment. This subsection shall not apply to any law enforcement officer while in the performance of his official duty or to any person engaged in a lawful action of self-defense.
Make an example of his butt!!! He screwed up big time & luckily no one was hurt/killed, but what he did was NOT OK!! Make him pay for his actions!!!
Play stupid games, win stupid prizes. Way to go CCSO & community members!
Awesome! Way to go CCSD
Sad to see he may not have a future. And fortunate he did not kill anyone, that would have landed him in jail for a very long time.
Good! I hope he learns a lesson!!
Y’all must not be passin out awards now a days huh #TopFlightSecurity
Great job !!!!
Little pansy punk! Hopefully he gets made an example.
Can't imagine how they caught this master criminal...
way to go LEO!
He looks messed up.
Haters want ur down fall, like we, living like an outlaw. We, are not at all without flaws. I know a little dirt, on a lot of yall. Let's, leave it at inhibition and hope that they believe us to and, leave us with quickly. Jail ain't no place for any soul. And the deed is definitely inconsolabable. But youth is a muth@ fu@$. And every body hates you till they love u. It really doesn't make me none. I just thought I'd say sum.
Good job keep up the good work
I bet he won't video anything else and put on FB?????
I thought he said that the video was old and he serves 33 days in juvy for it?? Guess that was a lie.