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(ABC)   Mother of the year candidate breaks precious snowflake out of jail. Old school   (abcnews.go.com) divider line 27
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2013-01-27 09:42:00 AM  
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2013-01-27 09:44:22 AM  
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2013-01-27 09:49:10 AM  
She just wants her kids back.
 
2013-01-27 10:00:22 AM  
Jail guards checked on the two inmates at 3:15 a.m. and then again at 4:30 p.m., when they discovered them missing. A manhunt ensued, as police dogs were brought in to follow the scents of Stewart and Hooper. The trail ran cold, however, beyond a forest near the jail...

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Even dogs have their limits.
 
2013-01-27 10:00:38 AM  
When mom says take out the trash, you best believe she means, get your ass home and TAKE OUT THE TRASH.
 
2013-01-27 10:07:42 AM  
Came for Goonies reference.
Leaving satisfied.
 
2013-01-27 10:14:38 AM  
Those are the blackest snowflakes I've ever seen.
 
2013-01-27 10:14:53 AM  
I always wondered what kept people from doing this on a regular basis. Jails are brutal and inhumane places. Why would you sit quietly by while someone you loved was taken away from you? What if all the friends and relatives of people in jail got together and pooled their resources and just took down the prisons commando style?

Then I realized after talking to the families with people in prison that they were damned glad to have their problem taken off their hands. Some people have a lifetime of really bad choices under their belt before they actually get sent up for hard time.

Then there are mothers like this one, who will put up with your shiat no matter how stupid you are.
 
2013-01-27 10:33:32 AM  
I'm gonna send my mom a copy of this article on Mother's Day.
 
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2013-01-27 10:33:33 AM  
"Anybody found in the company of either one of these two will go to jail," Schofield said.

Go to a crowded theater. Confess. Make police arrest 400 people.
 
2013-01-27 10:59:23 AM  
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2013-01-27 10:59:49 AM  
I hope they got the beer 'cause,

'The boys are thirsty in Atlanta
and there's beer in Texarkana...'
 
2013-01-27 11:31:23 AM  
She is pretty awesome if she did it out of love for her son. If there was another reason, like putting him out to make money via illegal activities, that is a different story. Maybe he was innocent and shouldn't be there to begin with. They didn't mention what he did in the first place to be incarcerated. Poor reporting, but I don't remember reading that they were "considered dangerous", only that if they are caught with someone, they will be arrested as well. One could infer that he isn't a violent criminal by the way this reads. He obviously was not in a highly secure location either.
 
2013-01-27 11:44:06 AM  
Followup
http://articles.cnn.com/2012-06-01/justice/justice_arkansas-suspects- c aught_1_hacksaw-blades-jail-cell-arkansas-jail?_s=PM:JUSTICE
 
2013-01-27 12:09:08 PM  

Madaynun: Followup
http://articles.cnn.com/2012-06-01/justice/justice_arkansas-suspects- c aught_1_hacksaw-blades-jail-cell-arkansas-jail?_s=PM:JUSTICE


Page not found.
 
2013-01-27 12:11:42 PM  
 
2013-01-27 12:36:20 PM  

artthehypnotist: Fixed it.


Thank you and I stand corrected. Poor reporting on the first article.
 
2013-01-27 12:43:02 PM  

JohnnyRebel88: She is pretty awesome if she did it out of love for her son. If there was another reason, like putting him out to make money via illegal activities, that is a different story. Maybe he was innocent and shouldn't be there to begin with. They didn't mention what he did in the first place to be incarcerated. Poor reporting, but I don't remember reading that they were "considered dangerous", only that if they are caught with someone, they will be arrested as well. One could infer that he isn't a violent criminal by the way this reads. He obviously was not in a highly secure location either.


One is being charged with first degree murder, the other is up for capital murder. It said it in the video. It didn't say which was which, but really, why split hairs?
 
2013-01-27 12:56:39 PM  
I didn't watch the video, just read the article, now that I have more info, I agree. I am guessing that capital murder carries the death penalty. I guess momma doesn't want to see him fry. I just have such contempt for the media, I try to give people the benefit of doubt. Still poor reporting skills for not warning the public about 2 possible killers on the loose.
 
2013-01-27 12:59:45 PM  
A touching story about a mother's love for her innocent little baby darlings but this is from May 2012. Not exactly "Breaking News!!"
 
2013-01-27 01:35:04 PM  
My 19 year old is most likely going to the pokey soon. He was pulled over driving his friends car. He has no license, and was driving 14 miles over the speed limit. He didn't bother to tell me about the incident when it happened.

Didn't find out about it until a few days ago, when a notice from the district attorney arrived in the mail, stating he'd missed his court date, and he has 15 days to show up to the office.

Told him, since neither he or I have the $635 I found out it was to spare, no need for him to go to the office, just let the sheriff's department come pick him up after the bench warrant is issued. He's just gonna have to serve out however much time they give him.

I think his friend, who does have a license however, should be at least partially responsible. He was in the car at the time.

He keeps telling me he's going to try and sell his TV to pay the fine. I keep telling him he's wasting his time, because he's not going to get NEAR $635 for a 4 year old 40" Sony LCD, although he THINKS he can. He's going to be in for a surprise.

/true story, currently unfolding
 
2013-01-27 01:43:15 PM  

albert71292: My 19 year old is most likely going to the pokey soon. He was pulled over driving his friends car. He has no license, and was driving 14 miles over the speed limit. He didn't bother to tell me about the incident when it happened.

Didn't find out about it until a few days ago, when a notice from the district attorney arrived in the mail, stating he'd missed his court date, and he has 15 days to show up to the office.

Told him, since neither he or I have the $635 I found out it was to spare, no need for him to go to the office, just let the sheriff's department come pick him up after the bench warrant is issued. He's just gonna have to serve out however much time they give him.

I think his friend, who does have a license however, should be at least partially responsible. He was in the car at the time.

He keeps telling me he's going to try and sell his TV to pay the fine. I keep telling him he's wasting his time, because he's not going to get NEAR $635 for a 4 year old 40" Sony LCD, although he THINKS he can. He's going to be in for a surprise.

/true story, currently unfolding


I will give you $200 for it. Unless he was rushing him to the hospital, or doing something that required him to be in that position, it is his fault. My friend had unpaid parking tickets and didn't have the $400 to pay so he said to the judge that he would do the time. It cost the tax payers more because of this. Retarded government. He was let go owing nothing and the state picked up the tab for his stay. Explain how that is rational.
 
2013-01-27 01:47:24 PM  

artthehypnotist: Fixed it.


Much better article.

But the reporter is partially wrong; authorities can't read the legal papers or tamper with them. But they're allowed to X-ray the envelope and otherwise check for anything dangerous.

This is a case of those jailers farking up on searching stuff.

/worked at a prison, we had to do this on incoming legal mail cause of this very problem. The shiat people would try to sneak in, geeze.
 
2013-01-27 01:59:24 PM  
Albert7 .. My dad let me sit in Jail rather than cover my Bail I had a hard time dealing with that Jail is a experience that you want to avoid if you can. Sell the tv and borrow 400 bucks. I would take that route as a father maybe your son is a fark up but I would try to have his back on this one.
 
2013-01-27 02:32:11 PM  
Please don't be bl... damn it.

America, where all colors of the melting pot come to be stupid.
 
2013-01-27 04:02:51 PM  

cakeman: Albert7 .. My dad let me sit in Jail rather than cover my Bail I had a hard time dealing with that Jail is a experience that you want to avoid if you can. Sell the tv and borrow 400 bucks. I would take that route as a father maybe your son is a fark up but I would try to have his back on this one.


He's been in and out of trouble at school for YEARS, not listening to anyones advice...but not bad enough to go to jail, just suspensions. Even IF I could borrow that kind of money now (currently unemployed), and I paid him out, he'd just assume he could get away with anything. He NEEDS a hard lesson, and this will be it!

Besides, a LARGE bill will be arriving in a couple of weeks that needs to be paid, the house insurance.
 
2013-01-27 04:14:19 PM  
Sometimes the thought of jail is just as bad as jail. There are some assholes that might f with him just because...
 
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