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(MLive.com)   Police called to domestic violence case where a woman hit her boyfriend with a frying pan and slashed his tires with a butcher knife. No info about the whereabouts or status of the sandwich   (mlive.com) divider line
    More: Dumbass, Violence, Washtenaw County, Michigan, Domestic violence, Ann Arbor, Michigan, block of W. Middle Street, Violence against women, Michigan coronavirus crisis causes delays, frying pan  
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2020-05-11 11:21:18 AM  
Old school. Gotta love the classics...
 
2020-05-11 11:44:53 AM  

IgG4: Old school. Gotta love the classics...


IKR? All we need is a pie fight and we'd have a Three Stooges reboot.
 
2020-05-11 12:19:32 PM  
Taylor Swift?
 
2020-05-11 12:21:09 PM  

TheGreatGazoo: Taylor Swift?


Carrie Underwood.
 
2020-05-11 12:21:53 PM  
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2020-05-11 12:23:11 PM  
You don't have a cousin Paddy!
 
2020-05-11 12:24:12 PM  
Meet the Sandwich
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2020-05-11 12:25:12 PM  
She sounds fun.
 
2020-05-11 12:26:13 PM  
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2020-05-11 12:26:19 PM  
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2020-05-11 12:29:23 PM  
She was dedicated, I'll give her that...you know how hard it is to "slash" a tire with a butcher knife?
 
2020-05-11 12:30:36 PM  
Oh, an of course the requisite "Is she hot?"
 
2020-05-11 12:30:55 PM  
The surprising part of this story is they didn't arrest the man.
 
2020-05-11 12:30:59 PM  
Hold on, -SHE- was the one arrested? Seriously, how the hell does that happen?
 
2020-05-11 12:32:37 PM  
Sammich. The correct pronunciation is sammich.
 
2020-05-11 12:33:28 PM  
Is her husband Andy Capp?
 
2020-05-11 12:35:28 PM  
When la chancla is out of reach, grab a pan!
 
2020-05-11 12:42:43 PM  
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2020-05-11 12:45:05 PM  
When I asked if she was good in the kitchen, I wasn't talking about cooking.
 
2020-05-11 12:51:51 PM  
She's a keeper. and please do.
 
2020-05-11 1:00:59 PM  

Dryad: Hold on, -SHE- was the one arrested? Seriously, how the hell does that happen?


I don't know. Maybe it was something to do with whacking her boyfriend over the head with a frying pan, and then slashing his tires.

I'm just spitballing here.
 
2020-05-11 1:05:24 PM  
I hope it wasn't cast iron
 
2020-05-11 1:15:25 PM  

drjekel_mrhyde: I hope it wasn't cast iron


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2020-05-11 1:28:47 PM  

chevydeuce: She was dedicated, I'll give her that...you know how hard it is to "slash" a tire with a butcher knife?


Probably easier than with a frying pan.
 
2020-05-11 1:40:27 PM  
I wouldn't eat that sandwich. She doesn't know how to property use kitchen tools.
 
2020-05-11 1:55:08 PM  
Maybe next time he'll think before he cheats.
 
2020-05-11 2:02:49 PM  

IgG4: Old school. Gotta love the classics...


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2020-05-11 2:04:51 PM  

Diana: Maybe next time he'll think before he cheats.


DANGIT! Came here to say this.
nice one.
 
2020-05-11 2:06:27 PM  

Abe Vigoda's Ghost: Dryad: Hold on, -SHE- was the one arrested? Seriously, how the hell does that happen?

I don't know. Maybe it was something to do with whacking her boyfriend over the head with a frying pan, and then slashing his tires.

I'm just spitballing here.


So why didn't they arrest him then?
 
2020-05-11 2:11:37 PM  

Dryad: Abe Vigoda's Ghost: Dryad: Hold on, -SHE- was the one arrested? Seriously, how the hell does that happen?

I don't know. Maybe it was something to do with whacking her boyfriend over the head with a frying pan, and then slashing his tires.

I'm just spitballing here.

So why didn't they arrest him then?


Wait, are you serious?  I thought your Weeners was a joke.  Dude, we now arrest women for assaulting people, even people dumb enough to live with them.  Yes, hitting men, even as a woman is a crime.
 
2020-05-11 2:23:48 PM  

Abe Vigoda's Ghost: [Fark user image image 500x261]


"Yes, 911? Someone vandalized my pretty little souped up four wheel drive. Yes, I know exactly who did it. They were stupid enough to carve their name into my leather seats."
 
2020-05-11 2:24:58 PM  

lack of warmth: Dryad: Abe Vigoda's Ghost: Dryad: Hold on, -SHE- was the one arrested? Seriously, how the hell does that happen?

I don't know. Maybe it was something to do with whacking her boyfriend over the head with a frying pan, and then slashing his tires.

I'm just spitballing here.

So why didn't they arrest him then?

Wait, are you serious?  I thought your Weeners was a joke.  Dude, we now arrest women for assaulting people, even people dumb enough to live with them.  Yes, hitting men, even as a woman is a crime.


Our state passed a law that police officers may not leave a domestic violence call without making an arrest, because SOP is to talk the lady out of pressing any charges.

So, guess what happens when the Sheriff's wife calls the police to report a domestic assault?

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You guessed it!
 
2020-05-11 2:38:21 PM  

macadamnut: lack of warmth: Dryad: Abe Vigoda's Ghost: Dryad: Hold on, -SHE- was the one arrested? Seriously, how the hell does that happen?

I don't know. Maybe it was something to do with whacking her boyfriend over the head with a frying pan, and then slashing his tires.

I'm just spitballing here.

So why didn't they arrest him then?

Wait, are you serious?  I thought your Weeners was a joke.  Dude, we now arrest women for assaulting people, even people dumb enough to live with them.  Yes, hitting men, even as a woman is a crime.

Our state passed a law that police officers may not leave a domestic violence call without making an arrest, because SOP is to talk the lady out of pressing any charges.

So, guess what happens when the Sheriff's wife calls the police to report a domestic assault?

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You guessed it!


How the hell is that compliant with the 4th amendment?

Wh*t th* *ct**l f*ck?
 
2020-05-11 2:47:33 PM  

bughunter: macadamnut:
Our state passed a law that police officers may not leave a domestic violence call without making an arrest, because SOP is to talk the lady out of pressing any charges.

So, guess what happens when the Sheriff's wife calls the police to report a domestic assault?

[Fark user image 270x480]

You guessed it!

How the hell is that compliant with the 4th amendment?

Wh*t th* *ct**l f*ck?


Yeah, I understand doing something about domestic violence, but mandatory arrest is dumb.  Not every call has an assault involved.  Seems like allowing officers to press charges on the victim's behalf is a good start, since victims often back out.  Although, cops who simply don't want to deal with DV aren't going to help victims either.  Another problem that can be solved with body cams, if the supervisors actually wanted to do their jobs.
 
2020-05-11 2:57:54 PM  

lack of warmth: Yeah, I understand doing something about domestic violence, but mandatory arrest is dumb.


Dumb is what the police do.
 
2020-05-11 3:02:56 PM  

OgreMagi: lack of warmth: Yeah, I understand doing something about domestic violence, but mandatory arrest is dumb.

Dumb is what the police do.


Ok, my snarky response is not helping.  So here's my serious response.

Women's groups were upset, for good reason, that violent men were left in place to commit further violence.  Often, it happened as the police were leaving.  "How dare you call the police, biatch!".  So they demanded something be done.  Thus the mandatory arrest rule.  What surprised the crap out of the women's groups was sometimes women were arrested.  The more militant feminists thinks that only men should be arrested for domestic violence, even if the woman was the violent person.  Logic is not one of their stronger points.
 
2020-05-11 3:10:44 PM  

bughunter: macadamnut: lack of warmth: Dryad: Abe Vigoda's Ghost: Dryad: Hold on, -SHE- was the one arrested? Seriously, how the hell does that happen?

I don't know. Maybe it was something to do with whacking her boyfriend over the head with a frying pan, and then slashing his tires.

I'm just spitballing here.

So why didn't they arrest him then?

Wait, are you serious?  I thought your Weeners was a joke.  Dude, we now arrest women for assaulting people, even people dumb enough to live with them.  Yes, hitting men, even as a woman is a crime.

Our state passed a law that police officers may not leave a domestic violence call without making an arrest, because SOP is to talk the lady out of pressing any charges.

So, guess what happens when the Sheriff's wife calls the police to report a domestic assault?

[Fark user image 270x480]

You guessed it!

How the hell is that compliant with the 4th amendment?

Wh*t th* *ct**l f*ck?


Its not, but it is SOP a lot of places now. I have two co-workers with DV arrests on their record. One gentleman came home one evening to find an old ex-gf in his home, literally breaking furniture and smashing everything in the kitchen.
Wisely, he did not try to intervene, went across the street, called police, and waited for them there.
Which is where they arrested him.
DA's office obviously wasn't running that in front of a jury, but the arrest still is on his record.
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Like it or not, a mandatory arrest is the standard SOP for a DV call, and the de facto standard is to arrest the male.
 
2020-05-11 3:11:43 PM  

lack of warmth: Seems like allowing officers to press charges on the victim's behalf is a good start, since victims often back out.


That was not the problem that led to the law.


lack of warmth:  Although, cops who simply don't want to deal with DV


Or as we call them in this country, cops. That was the problem that led to the law.


OgreMagi: What surprised the crap out of the women's groups was sometimes women were arrested.  The more militant feminists thinks that only men should be arrested for domestic violence, even if the woman was the violent person.


That's not why the Sheriff's wife was arrested.


bughunter: How the hell is that compliant with the 4th amendment


How does the 4th amendment enter into it? The phone call establishes probable cause.
 
2020-05-11 4:45:59 PM  

Dryad: bughunter: macadamnut: lack of warmth: Dryad: Abe Vigoda's Ghost: Dryad: Hold on, -SHE- was the one arrested? Seriously, how the hell does that happen?

I don't know. Maybe it was something to do with whacking her boyfriend over the head with a frying pan, and then slashing his tires.

I'm just spitballing here.

So why didn't they arrest him then?

Wait, are you serious?  I thought your Weeners was a joke.  Dude, we now arrest women for assaulting people, even people dumb enough to live with them.  Yes, hitting men, even as a woman is a crime.

Our state passed a law that police officers may not leave a domestic violence call without making an arrest, because SOP is to talk the lady out of pressing any charges.

So, guess what happens when the Sheriff's wife calls the police to report a domestic assault?

[Fark user image 270x480]

You guessed it!

How the hell is that compliant with the 4th amendment?

Wh*t th* *ct**l f*ck?

Its not, but it is SOP a lot of places now. I have two co-workers with DV arrests on their record. One gentleman came home one evening to find an old ex-gf in his home, literally breaking furniture and smashing everything in the kitchen.
Wisely, he did not try to intervene, went across the street, called police, and waited for them there.
Which is where they arrested him.
DA's office obviously wasn't running that in front of a jury, but the arrest still is on his record.
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Like it or not, a mandatory arrest is the standard SOP for a DV call, and the de facto standard is to arrest the male.


Gun nut and a men's rights weirdo. That's a freaking surprise.
 
2020-05-11 5:45:00 PM  

macadamnut: OgreMagi: What surprised the crap out of the women's groups was sometimes women were arrested. The more militant feminists thinks that only men should be arrested for domestic violence, even if the woman was the violent person.

That's not why the Sheriff's wife was arrested.


And that sheriff and anyone involved with her arrest should have been stripped of their badge and prosecuted.  I never once suggested that only women should be arrested.  I merely stated why some jurisdictions have a "must arrest someone" rule.  The must arrest rule makes as much sense as zero tolerance rules in schools.
 
2020-05-11 6:42:41 PM  

gunther_bumpass: Gun nut and a men's rights weirdo. That's a freaking surprise.


I don't happen to own a gun.
But you are correct in that I do happen to think that men also have basic civil rights, same as real humans.
Real edgy stuff, right?
 
2020-05-11 7:13:19 PM  

OgreMagi: OgreMagi: lack of warmth: Yeah, I understand doing something about domestic violence, but mandatory arrest is dumb.

<snip> that violent men were left in place to commit further violence.  <snip>  militant feminists thinks that only men should be arrested for domestic violence, even if the woman was the violent person.  <snip>

As I recall from college: the cost of repeat domestic violence calls is high. Decreasing the costs of these repeats played a part in this somebody must leave the home (to jail) thing.

 
2020-05-11 7:41:32 PM  

NameDot: OgreMagi: OgreMagi: lack of warmth: Yeah, I understand doing something about domestic violence, but mandatory arrest is dumb.

<snip> that violent men were left in place to commit further violence.  <snip>  militant feminists thinks that only men should be arrested for domestic violence, even if the woman was the violent person.  <snip>

As I recall from college: the cost of repeat domestic violence calls is high. Decreasing the costs of these repeats played a part in this somebody must leave the home (to jail) thing.


I get that. After the third trip to the same home in one night, I'm sure the police are just ready to shoot everyone and call it a night.

It's my understanding that DV calls also have a higher chance of someone getting violent with the police.  Another reason they hate those calls.
 
2020-05-11 8:41:33 PM  

lack of warmth: Dryad: Abe Vigoda's Ghost: Dryad: Hold on, -SHE- was the one arrested? Seriously, how the hell does that happen?

I don't know. Maybe it was something to do with whacking her boyfriend over the head with a frying pan, and then slashing his tires.

I'm just spitballing here.

So why didn't they arrest him then?

Wait, are you serious?  I thought your Weeners was a joke.  Dude, we now arrest women for assaulting people, even people dumb enough to live with them.  Yes, hitting men, even as a woman is a crime.


Unless the man touched her skirt, then the woman can do any violence she wants. I learner this principle from farkers in many farked up threads.
 
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