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2021-07-29 7:05:42 AM  
Florida? Gonna be a fight any way you go.
 
2021-07-29 7:55:32 AM  
Just looked at a bunch or articles and no mention of any arrests.  Something is fishy here.  Don't know if it's them or him but something just doesn't add up.
 
2021-07-29 8:24:06 AM  
In before: Hurr durr, better this guy get beat up than a cop shows up and shoots a violent innocent person.
 
2021-07-29 8:25:41 AM  

offacue: Just looked at a bunch or articles and no mention of any arrests.  Something is fishy here.  Don't know if it's them or him but something just doesn't add up.


I agree
 
2021-07-29 8:27:05 AM  
You know they'll crank it up to 11 as soon as the cops leave.

Cromulent Story Here:

Back in college, I worked as a night auditor in a hotel.  Big problem were parties.  I applied at another hotel and was talking to the desk clerk.  I asked him how they handled parties and he pointed to a switch box and said "We just turn of the power" .

I think that would be a great idea for the cops to just cut the power to the party house and have them pay a $25 reconnect fee.  But then, you'd have cops working for the power company turning off power and getting a kickback.  See?  I solved one problem and then unsolved it.  What a waste of internet.  Back to SharePoint, Harry.
 
2021-07-29 8:27:15 AM  

There's more to the story: offacue: Just looked at a bunch or articles and no mention of any arrests.  Something is fishy here.  Don't know if it's them or him but something just doesn't add up.

I agree


Yeah but I bet you always say that.
 
2021-07-29 8:27:17 AM  

offacue: Just looked at a bunch or articles and no mention of any arrests.  Something is fishy here.  Don't know if it's them or him but something just doesn't add up.


Something fishy is going on.  Florida has sunshine laws, but yet refuse to make any comments about this case.
https://www.nbcmiami.com/news/local/f​a​mily-wants-answers-after-brutal-beatin​g-left-hollywood-man-in-coma/2478357/

"NBC 6 reached out to Hollywood Police about this case and have not heard back. "

Almost sounds like the police are protecting those that did it.  It does say the dude has struggled with mental health issues in the past.... but if this guy started it how hard is it for the police to say "he attacked them aand they defended themselves."

The fact that police are refusing to comment in violation if sunshine laws, nobody has beem arrested, and they haven't even put out a wanted for questioning or whatever leads me to believe that the police are trying to cover for someone.
 
2021-07-29 8:28:18 AM  
You can't read something like this and not want to make an internet tough guy statement.

*sigh*

Karma is a biatch and patience is a virtue.
 
2021-07-29 8:28:58 AM  
I'm fortunate that most of the loud music around here isn't super close for very long, but the last time I asked neighbors to turn it down, after the main guy told me to just tell them if it's too loud, he and his pals just laughed and kept being loud and drunk. So I gave up asking and made a noise complaint that night and any other night it was so loud my walls were shaking.

He was arrested years and years ago now for something unrelated, and only once has the most recent set been so loud I could almost distinguish lyrics even through earplugs.

I never approach neighbors playing loud music at 5am on a Sunday anymore because it's a guarantee they're drunk. Even if they don't get violent it's impossible to reason with them...
 
2021-07-29 8:29:26 AM  
Because you know you're blasting it and you know you're being a nuisance, you just don't give a shiat about anyone but you.
 
2021-07-29 8:29:50 AM  

offacue: Just looked at a bunch or articles and no mention of any arrests.  Something is fishy here.  Don't know if it's them or him but something just doesn't add up.


The first clue was that "transcript" of the 911 call, that wasn't a transcript of a 911 call.

This article states he didn't want to press charges.  https://www.local10.com/new​s/local/202​1/06/23/hollywood-beating-victim-reman​s-hospitalized-as-family-members-push-​police-for-answers/

The family and an attorney are now involved, blaming the police for not continuing an investigation when the victim was clearly in no state of mind to make decisions.  I suspect you're right, that there are things going on.  Maybe he contributed to his own beating/started the fight.  Maybe the family is more interested in getting a payday out of the city, and go fund me, than getting any justice.

Who knows, it is kind of weird though.  There are some situations where it makes sense to go to civil court, such as when there are vast power inequities, but I don't see that here.
 
2021-07-29 8:32:25 AM  
No, always try and handle this type of thing without calling the municipality's weaponized street thugs to do it for you.

I'm not sure what exactly happened here but I feel like something must have 'escalated'. I don't think we're getting all of the details as I doubt they just swarmed him for the simple ask. I'm not condoning anything, not blaming the victim, because I simply don't know what it could have been.

What's funny is my wife and I were just talking about this very scenario, yesterday. I will always try to be neighborly about this sort of thing and in return, I offer the same 'neighborness' if we get too loud.

Please, just don't call the cops.

/White in a predominately black neighborhood
//We love our loud neighbors Andre & Randy
///And our quieter ones on the other side with Wayne & Shari
 
2021-07-29 8:32:47 AM  

ColonelCathcart: In before: Hurr durr, better this guy get beat up than a cop shows up and shoots a violent innocent person.


I had a guy who lost his shiat at me because I called the cops after he hit my car at a stoplight.

I have to call the cops. It's state law and the insurance company requires it.

Shocker, he didn't have insurance and took 6 months to pay me.
 
2021-07-29 8:33:56 AM  

dkulprit: offacue: Just looked at a bunch or articles and no mention of any arrests.  Something is fishy here.  Don't know if it's them or him but something just doesn't add up.

Something fishy is going on.  Florida has sunshine laws, but yet refuse to make any comments about this case.
https://www.nbcmiami.com/news/local/fa​mily-wants-answers-after-brutal-beatin​g-left-hollywood-man-in-coma/2478357/

"NBC 6 reached out to Hollywood Police about this case and have not heard back. "

Almost sounds like the police are protecting those that did it.  It does say the dude has struggled with mental health issues in the past.... but if this guy started it how hard is it for the police to say "he attacked them aand they defended themselves."

The fact that police are refusing to comment in violation if sunshine laws, nobody has beem arrested, and they haven't even put out a wanted for questioning or whatever leads me to believe that the police are trying to cover for someone.


Not sure the sunshine laws always apply to on going investigation.  The police often don't spill everything until there is an arrest as divulging information can ruin a case.  Seems like much of what we read here on fark relating to Floridians comes after an arrest and the subsequent release of the mugshot.
 
2021-07-29 8:37:21 AM  
If you value what's left of your humanity, don't read the comments.
 
2021-07-29 8:42:09 AM  

moothemagiccow: ColonelCathcart: In before: Hurr durr, better this guy get beat up than a cop shows up and shoots a violent innocent person.

I had a guy who lost his shiat at me because I called the cops after he hit my car at a stoplight.

I have to call the cops. It's state law and the insurance company requires it.

Shocker, he didn't have insurance and took 6 months to pay me.


PSA: Uninsured motorist coverage, you must has it on your insurance.

/for this exact reason, then you don't wait for his money
//unless you live in a no-fault state, then you better have amazing coverage
 
2021-07-29 8:42:14 AM  
At lease carry a gun if you are going to confront people like that.
 
2021-07-29 8:44:00 AM  
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2021-07-29 8:44:00 AM  
Back in apartment hell days, I had a series of next door neighbors, some great, some loud.  I pretty much just realized I was in apartment hell, and didn't bother asking them to be quiet.

One night, I heard a party, and then yelling and then a sobbing woman.  So, I called the cops.  The cops stopped by, the party was decanted down to the street.  The 40 year old neighbor was partying with half a dozen teenage girls.  Two of the girls attempted to flee into the woods.  The scummy predator neighbor got arrested, hauled away never to return as a neighbor.  The two teen girls got collected from the woods, the police hung out for an hour as family members came to collect all the girls.

Sometimes it's alright to just call the police first.
 
2021-07-29 8:45:52 AM  

mrmopar5287: At lease carry a gun if you are going to confront people like that.


Yes, because more guns will solve the problem. You are very intelligent.
 
2021-07-29 8:46:23 AM  

Eightballjacket: dkulprit: offacue: Just looked at a bunch or articles and no mention of any arrests.  Something is fishy here.  Don't know if it's them or him but something just doesn't add up.

Something fishy is going on.  Florida has sunshine laws, but yet refuse to make any comments about this case.
https://www.nbcmiami.com/news/local/fa​mily-wants-answers-after-brutal-beatin​g-left-hollywood-man-in-coma/2478357/

"NBC 6 reached out to Hollywood Police about this case and have not heard back. "

Almost sounds like the police are protecting those that did it.  It does say the dude has struggled with mental health issues in the past.... but if this guy started it how hard is it for the police to say "he attacked them aand they defended themselves."

The fact that police are refusing to comment in violation if sunshine laws, nobody has beem arrested, and they haven't even put out a wanted for questioning or whatever leads me to believe that the police are trying to cover for someone.

Not sure the sunshine laws always apply to on going investigation.  The police often don't spill everything until there is an arrest as divulging information can ruin a case.  Seems like much of what we read here on fark relating to Floridians comes after an arrest and the subsequent release of the mugshot.

Information that is not considered to be criminal investigative or intelligence 
information and must be released unless some other exemption applies
Section 119.011(3)(c), F.S., states that the following information is not criminal 
investigative or criminal intelligence information:
1. The time, date, location and nature of a reported crime;
2. The name, sex, age, and address of a person arrested (but see pages 110-113 regarding 
confidentiality of certain juvenile crime records) or the name, sex, age and address of the 
victim of a crime, except as provided in s. 119.071(2)(h) or (o). F.S. Section 119.071(2)
(h), F.S., provides confidentiality for information revealing the identity of a victim of a 
sexual offense, child abuse, or a child victim of human trafficking. Section 119.071(2)(o),
F.S., provides that the address of a victim of an incident of mass violence is exempt. For 
more information, please refer to the discussion of exemptions pertaining to certain crime 
victims found on pages 118-120 (child abuse and sexual offense victims) and page 121 
(homicide victims). For information on the constitutional amendment known as Marsy's 
Law, please see the discussion on page 117;
3. The time, date and location of the incident and of the arrest;
4. The crime charged;
5. Documents given or required to be given to the person arrested, except as provided in s. 
119.071(2)(h) or (m), F.S., unless the court finds that release of the information prior to 
trial would be defamatory to the good name of a victim or witness or jeopardize the safety 
of such victim or witness; and would impair the ability of the state attorney to locate or 
prosecute a codefendant;
6. Informations and indictments except as provided in s. 905.26, F.S. [prohibiting disclosure 
of finding of indictment against a person not in custody, under recognizance or under 
arrest].
Accordingly, since the above information does not fall within the definition of criminal 
intelligence or criminal investigative information, it is always subject to disclosure unless some 
other specific exemption applies. For example, the "time, date, and location of the incident and 
of the arrest" cannot be withheld from disclosure since such information is expressly exempted 
from the definitions of criminal intelligence and criminal investigative information. See s. 
119.011(3)(c)3., F.S. See also Barfield v. City of Tallahassee, 171 So. 3d 239 (Fla. 1st DCA 2015) 
(while "active criminal investigative information" is exempt from public disclosure requirements,
the statute expressly excludes the time, date, location, and nature of a reported crime from the 
exemption).


sorry terrible formatting, but this is from latest manual.  Basically, they're required to respond to requests, there are exemptions, but they're still supposed to provide something.  Even if it is just "we're investigating. "
 
2021-07-29 8:47:00 AM  

tuxq: You can't read something like this and not want to make an internet tough guy statement.

*sigh*

Karma is a biatch and patience is a virtue.


look_out_we_got_a_badass_here.meme(nel​son_degrasse)
 
2021-07-29 8:47:23 AM  
Party family must include a cop or cop's son.
That's well beyond what can be written off to the typical incompetence and disinterest.
 
2021-07-29 8:49:48 AM  
I temporarily (which at this point is defined by nearly a decade) live in a rural Florida county. I only called the cops twice in my life before I moved here.

I've called the cops on the loud-ass rednecks across the woods about 15 times in the past year. Music that shakes my bedroom until 2am. They break every beer bottle they finish, usually followed by a loud animal-like WOOOOOOOO! Every farking time, the cops say they must have gotten there too late, or they "told them to turn it down" and they did... until the cops drove off. They refuse to fine them or anything even though we have a noise ordinance (but only after 10:00pm; during the day these idiots can be as loud as they want).

Roughly the same story with the Mexicans next door that shoot off giant farking mortars on Independence Day (and one time on farking Christmas Eve!). I also had to call the cops when their escaped rooster attacked me.

Anyway I looked up the redneck from the first story on Facebook and he looks like this:

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It's difficult to tell in the screenshot but that's a beer, a shotgun, and a Trump flag that he's holding all at the same time.
 
2021-07-29 8:52:12 AM  
I had a solution to that when I had an apartment.

I'm a guitar player and since the 90s I've been aquiring gear in a hoarding fashion. I picked up an ampeg svt amp in the early 2000s for dirt ass cheap that needed tubes.

To say this amp was loud is an understatement. It was brutal and no earplugs could prevent hearing damage. I could stack a couple 4x12s to a wall untune my guitar and play out of tune for 5 or 10 minutes. It doesn't matter what stereo they owned, they wouldn't be able to hear it over that amp. I'm sad I off loaded it.
 
2021-07-29 8:52:51 AM  

NuclearPenguins: mrmopar5287: At lease carry a gun if you are going to confront people like that.

Yes, because more guns will solve the problem. You are very intelligent.


It would have stopped this guy from getting a TBI.
 
2021-07-29 8:53:55 AM  
CSB

While living in Army barracks, (perm duty) in 1988 or so, one of the soldiers loved to place his speakers out into the hallway and blast C&C Music Factory. Well, this upset my friend very much as he hated that stuff. So he pulls his giant speakers sets the volume to 11...

Bagpipe music at full blast...loud, obnoxious, ear deafening...

within a few minutes the CQ comes running upstairs..."Turn that shiat off!"
 
2021-07-29 8:55:20 AM  

Hoblit: No, always try and handle this type of thing without calling the municipality's weaponized street thugs to do it for you.

I'm not sure what exactly happened here but I feel like something must have 'escalated'. I don't think we're getting all of the details as I doubt they just swarmed him for the simple ask. I'm not condoning anything, not blaming the victim, because I simply don't know what it could have been.

What's funny is my wife and I were just talking about this very scenario, yesterday. I will always try to be neighborly about this sort of thing and in return, I offer the same 'neighborness' if we get too loud.

Please, just don't call the cops.

/White in a predominately black neighborhood
//We love our loud neighbors Andre & Randy
///And our quieter ones on the other side with Wayne & Shari


Now that's a sitcom.
 
2021-07-29 8:58:32 AM  

NuclearPenguins: mrmopar5287: At lease carry a gun if you are going to confront people like that.

Yes, because more guns will solve the problem. You are very intelligent.


Not for nothin', but if this PARTICULAR gentleman had been carrying one, his outcome might have been better than what he got.
 
2021-07-29 8:58:56 AM  

mrmopar5287: NuclearPenguins: mrmopar5287: At lease carry a gun if you are going to confront people like that.

Yes, because more guns will solve the problem. You are very intelligent.

It would have stopped this guy from getting a TBI.


The fact that you'd think a gun should be involved with a noise complaint shows how woefully dumb some people in this country can be. I hope for all of our sake you don't breed and continue the cycle of stupidity.
 
2021-07-29 9:00:21 AM  

fortheloveof: look_out_we_got_a_badass_here.meme(ne​l​son_degrasse)


Is that an image of Neil Degrasse Tyson pointing and saying "Ha, ha"?
 
2021-07-29 9:01:30 AM  

Sentient: Party family must include a cop or cop's son.
That's well beyond what can be written off to the typical incompetence and disinterest.


Might be an undercover informant (or two) at the party, and the cops don't want to blow their cover until the investigation they're involved in is over.  Basically, the cops have a big target in their sights, and are willing to let this little guy twist in the wind until they have the big perp behind bars.  Charges have already been filed, but the indictments haven't been unsealed, and the cops are keeping their mouths shut until the time is right.

If the perp in question has any smarts, s/he might start to wonder why no one at the party has been arrested yet.

Basically, neighbor happened to stroll into a party hosted by the leading drug distributor in the area, and cops aren't ready to bust the perp yet because the UIs are still providing evidence.
 
2021-07-29 9:01:45 AM  
Where I live the cops will show up to respond to a noise complaint, but they will first visit the home of whomever called it in, to "get a statement." Then the noise-makers will know who ratted them to the cops.
Not many people call in noise complaints, and no doubt the cops like it that way.

Lived in an apt bldg once where the maintenance guy lived on our floor. He would tell residents if there was a loud party late at night, don't call the cops, call him. He would go into the utility room and pull the breaker for the apt. 15 minutes of no power usually sent all the party guests home.
 
2021-07-29 9:02:18 AM  

FleshFlapps: I had a solution to that when I had an apartment.

I'm a guitar player and since the 90s I've been aquiring gear in a hoarding fashion. I picked up an ampeg svt amp in the early 2000s for dirt ass cheap that needed tubes.

To say this amp was loud is an understatement. It was brutal and no earplugs could prevent hearing damage. I could stack a couple 4x12s to a wall untune my guitar and play out of tune for 5 or 10 minutes. It doesn't matter what stereo they owned, they wouldn't be able to hear it over that amp. I'm sad I off loaded it.


SVT-III Pro  here....love that sucker...Mine's going through a peavey 2x15 cabinet...

I can take a shower, stand in front it if, put it to 5 and blow dry my hair with it...
 
2021-07-29 9:02:24 AM  

Sentient: Party family must include a cop or cop's son.
That's well beyond what can be written off to the typical incompetence and disinterest.


That was my immediate thought, too. This casual indifference to what seems like an obvious crime absolutely smells like a case of the kind of "special consideration" reserved for pigs and their immediate family.
 
2021-07-29 9:03:05 AM  

NuclearPenguins: The fact that you'd think a gun should be involved with a noise complaint


That's not at all what I said. I said you should carry one with you. The gun should be involved with ending the assault that a few guys bring to you.
 
2021-07-29 9:06:33 AM  

steklo: FleshFlapps: I had a solution to that when I had an apartment.

I'm a guitar player and since the 90s I've been aquiring gear in a hoarding fashion. I picked up an ampeg svt amp in the early 2000s for dirt ass cheap that needed tubes.

To say this amp was loud is an understatement. It was brutal and no earplugs could prevent hearing damage. I could stack a couple 4x12s to a wall untune my guitar and play out of tune for 5 or 10 minutes. It doesn't matter what stereo they owned, they wouldn't be able to hear it over that amp. I'm sad I off loaded it.

SVT-III Pro  here....love that sucker...Mine's going through a peavey 2x15 cabinet...

I can take a shower, stand in front it if, put it to 5 and blow dry my hair with it...


Yeah with those huge speakers it'll actually pop the top off a bottle of beer if you set it in front of them. It was a shame I could never actually put it to use outside of novelty. It was so loud at the sweet spot you couldn't be in the same area code without melting your face off.
 
2021-07-29 9:08:03 AM  
For those staring the police not arresting someone is suspicious, consider this:
They have to have witnesses.
The complainant has to identify the attackers.
They can't just arrest everyone and hope it works out.
The police aren't going to make a move until the guy comes out of the coma and can identify his attackers or he dies.
If he dies, it becomes a murder investigation. His last statement becomes a death bed confession and is admissible in court.
 
2021-07-29 9:09:28 AM  

mrmopar5287: NuclearPenguins: The fact that you'd think a gun should be involved with a noise complaint

That's not at all what I said. I said you should carry one with you. The gun should be involved with ending the assault that a few guys bring to you.


Sure thing, internet tough guy.
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2021-07-29 9:11:10 AM  

mrmopar5287: NuclearPenguins: The fact that you'd think a gun should be involved with a noise complaint

That's not at all what I said. I said you should carry one with you. The gun should be involved with ending the assault that a few guys bring to you.


Only works if the guys at the party don't take it away from you and your "good guy with a gun" becomes "dead guy without a gun."
 
2021-07-29 9:11:22 AM  
My neighbors were partying too loud so I went over with a bong and smoked them all under the table and then we all did acid.

Oh wait that was me by myself in my attic nevermind
 
2021-07-29 9:11:39 AM  

FleshFlapps: Yeah with those huge speakers it'll actually pop the top off a bottle of beer if you set it in front of them.


I kept a British Union Jack draped in front of it and as I played bass, watched the flag move around like it was dancing.

It's funny...when I bought it brand new, the box came with a warning..."May cause hearing loss"

or something like that...
 
2021-07-29 9:12:28 AM  

dkulprit: Eightballjacket: dkulprit: offacue: Just looked at a bunch or articles and no mention of any arrests.  Something is fishy here.  Don't know if it's them or him but something just doesn't add up.

Something fishy is going on.  Florida has sunshine laws, but yet refuse to make any comments about this case.
https://www.nbcmiami.com/news/local/fa​mily-wants-answers-after-brutal-beatin​g-left-hollywood-man-in-coma/2478357/

"NBC 6 reached out to Hollywood Police about this case and have not heard back. "

Almost sounds like the police are protecting those that did it.  It does say the dude has struggled with mental health issues in the past.... but if this guy started it how hard is it for the police to say "he attacked them aand they defended themselves."

The fact that police are refusing to comment in violation if sunshine laws, nobody has beem arrested, and they haven't even put out a wanted for questioning or whatever leads me to believe that the police are trying to cover for someone.

Not sure the sunshine laws always apply to on going investigation.  The police often don't spill everything until there is an arrest as divulging information can ruin a case.  Seems like much of what we read here on fark relating to Floridians comes after an arrest and the subsequent release of the mugshot.

Information that is not considered to be criminal investigative or intelligence 
information and must be released unless some other exemption applies
Section 119.011(3)(c), F.S., states that the following information is not criminal 
investigative or criminal intelligence information:
1. The time, date, location and nature of a reported crime;
2. The name, sex, age, and address of a person arrested (but see pages 110-113 regarding 
confidentiality of certain juvenile crime records) or the name, sex, age and address of the 
victim of a crime, except as provided in s. 119.071(2)(h) or (o). F.S. Section 119.071(2)
(h), F.S., provides confidentiality for information revealing the ide ...


Nearly all of those points pertain to someone being arrested.  As for 1), we have a good idea, evening of June 13, Dumpwater Florida, guy got beat up.

Also, the victim seems uncooperative which means there is much less information to release

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Now, the question remains, why did it take so long for detectives to begin investigating this case?
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Penkava was brutally beaten near his Hollywood home in the early morning hours of June 14. Since then, he has spent much of the last week and a half sedated at Memorial Regional Hospital.
But it wasn't until Tuesday, more than eight days after the attack, that Hollywood police actually went to Penkava's apartment and began investigating.
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2021-07-29 9:12:33 AM  

Marcos P: Oh wait that was me by myself in my attic nevermind


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2021-07-29 9:14:25 AM  

NuclearPenguins: mrmopar5287: NuclearPenguins: The fact that you'd think a gun should be involved with a noise complaint

That's not at all what I said. I said you should carry one with you. The gun should be involved with ending the assault that a few guys bring to you.

Sure thing, internet tough guy.
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Mr Mopar and I don't agree on much, and I realize that my handle is problematic here, but are you seriously suggesting that this comatose victim is better off than if he'd had a gun to protect himself when he was jumped and beaten by several people?

I absolutely don't think guns are needed in most situations, but this particular instance could have used one.
 
2021-07-29 9:16:11 AM  

offacue: Just looked at a bunch or articles and no mention of any arrests.  Something is fishy here.  Don't know if it's them or him but something just doesn't add up.


The victim is black and likely the perps are white.

/just sayin
 
2021-07-29 9:17:12 AM  

Eightballjacket: "Officers made contact with the victim who had injuries to his head and facial area. The victim advised officers that he did not wish to prosecute and refused to provide suspect information."


Sounds like this guy has a plan and his attackers better hope he never leaves the hospital.
 
2021-07-29 9:18:01 AM  

Barricaded Gunman: NuclearPenguins: mrmopar5287: NuclearPenguins: The fact that you'd think a gun should be involved with a noise complaint

That's not at all what I said. I said you should carry one with you. The gun should be involved with ending the assault that a few guys bring to you.

Sure thing, internet tough guy.
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Mr Mopar and I don't agree on much, and I realize that my handle is problematic here, but are you seriously suggesting that this comatose victim is better off than if he'd had a gun to protect himself when he was jumped and beaten by several people?

I absolutely don't think guns are needed in most situations, but this particular instance could have used one.


Yeah, I'm not going to risk my life over a stupid noise complaint. Let the authorities handle it and wear some ear plugs in the meantime. This person should have done the same thing.

This is also why I built my house over a mile away from my nearest neighbor, because Hell is other people and I like turning my home theater up to 11.
 
2021-07-29 9:19:58 AM  

Nocrash: offacue: Just looked at a bunch or articles and no mention of any arrests.  Something is fishy here.  Don't know if it's them or him but something just doesn't add up.

The victim is black and likely the perps are white.

/just sayin


The victim, whose name is Frank Penkava, who looks like this, is black?

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2021-07-29 9:20:15 AM  

offacue: Just looked at a bunch or articles and no mention of any arrests.  Something is fishy here.  Don't know if it's them or him but something just doesn't add up.


The odd transcript at the bottom has the victim stating on the emergency call I got in a fight.
Strange words for someone who is simply a victim. Most say something like I've been attacked. May be a clue that there is more to the story.
 
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