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(Iowa City Press-Citizen)   After further review, Sheriff asks County Attorney to drop charges of criminal mischief against woman who broke a spork in jail (includes photo of this dangerous violent criminal)   (press-citizen.com) divider line 29
    More: Spiffy, criminal mischief, county attorney, Coralville, jail  
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2013-04-19 08:51:08 AM  
The spork has rights too!
 
2013-04-19 08:53:21 AM  
(chortle)
 
2013-04-19 09:01:39 AM  
Lesson to be learned: don't piss off those in power, for they will wield said power capriciously and with impunity.
 
2013-04-19 09:12:01 AM  
Mall security ordered her to not return until 09/2013. Just in time for Xmas shopping!
 
2013-04-19 09:16:32 AM  
FTFA; Police said Scheels staff observed Harris conceal $564.91 worth of merchandise in her shopping cart.

How does that work?
 
2013-04-19 09:17:46 AM  
Why didn't Spork just Vulcan-mind meld her into submission?
 
2013-04-19 09:18:14 AM  
FTFA: Pulkrabek said the attention received by the incident had nothing to do with his decision to ask for the charge to be dismissed.

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2013-04-19 09:30:51 AM  
"She chose to continue to be dishonest"

Sounds to me like she was being very honest.
 
2013-04-19 09:48:50 AM  
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WGJ
2013-04-19 09:49:46 AM  
What's this story have to do with the Boston massacre?
 
2013-04-19 09:52:26 AM  

Lachewpacabra: "She chose to continue to be dishonest"

Sounds to me like she was being very honest.


Your definition of honesty isn't the same as the guards.  To many of them honesty means you confess straight away and take all blame so they can stop investigating the problem.  They think you are at fault and you are convicted before they even ask you, they only ask so they can punish you harder for denying.  By their rules they didn't do wrong and therefore honest.

/She looks like she likes it rough and she couldn't find any other takers, so to the jailers.
//Her smile reads 'I got hit the way I like to get hit'
 
2013-04-19 09:55:27 AM  
I'd spork it
 
2013-04-19 09:58:01 AM  

Lexx: Lesson to be learned: don't piss off those in power, for they will wield said power capriciously and with impunity.


So she tried to steal a bunch of stuff, got arrested, then went on to be a jackass in jail. Criminal charges may be a bit over-the-top, but how would you recommend dealing with a prisoner intentionally breaking stuff?
 
2013-04-19 09:58:22 AM  
When will the madness end and we have forced background checks on access to sporks?
 
2013-04-19 10:04:11 AM  
"They're supposed to be indestructible, but they're clearly not indestructible," he said. "Apparently, if you put enough pressure on it, it will, in fact, break."

For whatever reason I found this hilarious.
 
2013-04-19 10:12:17 AM  
had there not been the upcoming election and the bad publicity the charges won't have been dropped. some small dicked jailer had his authority challenged and over reacted, per usual. that she was even threatened with charges speaks volumes about the jail staff. and the sheriff.
 
2013-04-19 10:19:02 AM  
I don't see her purposely wasting any food./just saying.
 
2013-04-19 10:21:58 AM  
Sporks are cool, especially the Light My Fire ones.
 
2013-04-19 10:34:20 AM  

Curious: had there not been the upcoming election and the bad publicity the charges won't have been dropped. some small dicked jailer had his authority challenged and over reacted, per usual. that she was even threatened with charges speaks volumes about the jail staff. and the sheriff.


I agree that jailers aren't known for their concern for the well being of those in their responsibility, however jail is the only place where some people can learn personal responsibility for their actions.  A criminal charge is too far, but a lesser disciplinary action is warranted.  The challenge is she really wants to be punished like a bad girl.  She is likely to amp up the disobedience until she gets the smack down she is looking for.
 
2013-04-19 11:09:57 AM  
Spark her
 
2013-04-19 11:49:35 AM  
That's right....lamendation (doh!)
 
2013-04-19 11:53:28 AM  
Why does everything have to be so complicated?

Just don't feed her for a few days and that will take care of it, pronto.
 
2013-04-19 11:55:20 AM  
2/10
Would not hit.
 
2013-04-19 12:12:35 PM  
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2013-04-19 12:44:05 PM  

highbrow45: "They're supposed to be indestructible, but they're clearly not indestructible," he said. "Apparently, if you put enough pressure on it, it will, in fact, break."

For whatever reason I found this hilarious.


Probably a low threshold of entertainment.
I envy you.
 
2013-04-19 01:01:17 PM  
So was she mad the spork didnt hold enough food?
 
2013-04-19 06:39:28 PM  
She got off lightly.
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In some places, they would cut her heart out for her crimes.
 
2013-04-19 07:26:00 PM  
FTFA:"We checked into it further; it's a charge that should not have been filed," Pulkrabek said Tuesday. "We should have used an inmate violation on her."

Giggity.

/don't drop the soap spork
 
2013-04-20 06:14:56 AM  

lizyrd: So she tried to steal a bunch of stuff, got arrested, then went on to be a jackass in jail. Criminal charges may be a bit over-the-top, but how would you recommend dealing with a prisoner intentionally breaking stuff?


Given that most people who wind up in jail are there precisely because of some jackassery on their part, we could start by not acting surprised that they continue to be jackasses.
 
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