He apparently didn’t have the best timing.
Panhandle deputies said they noticed a car driving quicky down a road, swerving around their around parked patrol cars as they were investigating a robbery, reports the Panama News Journal.
The driver, Troy Alexander Duncan, then allegedly abruptly stopped near them and got out of the car.
And no wonder, as officers found 12 Mason jars filled with grass, strips of acid and a bag of Xanax pills in the car, according to his arrest report.
You can say justice was “swerved.”
Get the DUHtails at the Panama News Journal.
Read more at: http://www.sun-sentinel.com/news/strange/floriduh-blog/sfl-flduh-interrupting-crime-investigation-20171117-story.html
An Alabama family of eight was on the way back from a Florida vacation when a feud between father and son led to homicide.
Daniel Lee Young, 40, of Birmingham, was riding in the front passenger seat of a rented Ford Expedition as his wife was driving through Peach County late Tuesday night, said J.T. Ricketson, special agent in charge of the Perry investigative office of the GBI.
Young’s two adult sons, including Deontae Leqwan Young, 21, also of Birmingham, his three young daughters and his girlfriend were in the back of the SUV, Ricketson said.
Just after 11:30 p.m. Tuesday, 911 received a call about a person shot on Interstate 75 just past the Byron exit, near mile marker 151, which is in Peach County Sheriff Terry Deese’s jursidiction.
“(Deontae Young) and his family were coming through from Orlando and he and his father got into some sort of altercation,” Deese said Monday
Read more at: http://www.macon.com/news/local/crime/article161735923.html
A Harvard-educated lawyer has been sentenced to 40 years in prison for a high-profile 2015 California kidnapping that drew comparisons to the film Gone Girl ending a bizarre abduction saga that police first dismissed as a hoax.
Matthew Muller (39) pleaded guilty in September to kidnapping Denise Huskins in Vallejo, California, near San Francisco, after breaking into the home where she and her boyfriend, Aaron Quinn, were sleeping, then tying up and drugging the couple.
Muller released Huskins, then a 30-year-old physical therapist, after holding her for two days and demanding ransom. She reappeared unharmed nearly 644km away in her hometown of Huntington Beach, south of Los Angeles, then went into seclusion and retained an attorney.
The case drew national media attention as Vallejo police disputed
Read more at: https://www.odt.co.nz/news/world/man-jailed-abduction-first-called-hoax