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Discussion in 'The Mainboard' started by UncleJesse, Jun 26, 2015.
Looks like that one Muppet
5.8 in the 40-yard dash, but an exciting player with great agility. Coach on the field.
Looks like Baker Mayfield running from the cops.
Talk about a face only a mother could love.
Meanwhile, his mama's all
Think this one gets filed under both
Why did these crazy Ohio fucks murder a family?
Drugs (probably meth)
I'd be so high after 8 murders I couldn't possibly smoke any crystal
Looks like it was over a custody dispute.
Let he who has not taken part in a multi-generation, family-affair execution of eight other people over a custody battle cast the first stone.
Cinereski, knew the family in Ohio before he moved to Alaska, said the Wagners were “just a down-to-Earth, good wholesome family.”
Sounds like some good ole god fearin’ republicans.
take that ohio, who doesn't want to eat your own noodles and play the bongos
do you know her Pelican
at WalMart with drugs? Good Golly Gee who would have thought that
Yes that is my fiancée.
Let's leave the mockery of people with drug issues to Michigan fans.
Pelican doesn't have a drug issue, if you cared about him you would know that
No they really liked mocking that he was with a girl that had issues. It was hilarious!
Oh I thought they were mocking her face tattoo
Are we learning through you that Pelican got upset over us teasing or is this just how you feel?
I'm curious in what order she got those tats. Did the eye job come before the spider web or after?
Give her the death penalty
zip her up into a sleeping bag
I’ll never forget the first time I saw that scene. Laughed my ass off. Hadn’t seen the movie before, walked in on some friends watching it and asked “oh is this any good?” Then this scene came on.
BY GAWD THAT'S FLORIDA'S MUSIC!!!
Matthew McConaughey has really let himself go.
Ohio takes the lead.
Have a little decency, Ohio Man.
Florida Man takes to the roof
of course no mention of how the Husky was dressed
Was it a male or female husky? I need to know if I should be grossed out or not.
Probably asking for it
Shots fired, no one hurt, as FDLE arrests Port Richey mayor at his home
"He's lucky he's not dead," said Pasco County Sheriff Chris Nocco. Massad is accused of practicing medicine without a license.
Port Richey Mayor Dale Glen Massad, 68, was arrested at his home early Thursday on a charge of practicing medicine without a license. He is shown in an August jail booking photo. [JUSTIN TROMBLY | Times; Pasco County Sheriff’s Office]
PORT RICHEY — Shots rang out Thursday morning, but no one was injured, as state agents arrested the mayor of Port Richey at his home on a charge of practicing medicine without a license.
Following a four-month investigation, agents with the Florida Department of Law Enforcement arrested Dale Glen Massad, 68, at about 4:40 a.m. at 8221 Hayward Lane in Port Richey, according to a news release from FDLE.
The Pasco County Sheriff’s Office said the sheriff’s SWAT team was helping FDLE serve a search warrant at the address when two shots were fired as the sheriff’s entry team tried to breach the door. Authorities did not return fire, the Sheriff’s Office said, and no one was hurt.
"He's lucky he's not dead," Pasco County Sheriff Chris Nocco said at a news conference Thursday afternoon, adding that the mayor may face multiple charges of attempted homicide on law enforcement officers.
Agents from FDLE had received information from the Port Richey Police Department that Massad, who lost his medical license in 1992, was still practicing medicine.
Agents launched an investigation and learned that Massad had patients come to his home for a variety of treatments. He had performed medical procedures at his residence including one that required additional hospital treatment for a patient, FDLE said.
Nocco called Massad a violent drug user who had multiple weapons in his home. Massad had said he did not want to go back to jail, Nocco said, and investigators suspect that he was on drugs at the time.
The sheriff praised deputies for how they responded to the gunshots. "They did what they thought was appropriate at the time" in not shooting back, Nocco said, though he emphasized that the deputies had every right to.
Massad came out shortly before deputies planned to launch a gas device into the home, Nocco said. He was one of four people in the house, deputies said.
Authorities Thursday morning blocked public access to the area around
Massad’s two-story, 3,200-square-foot waterfront home at the end of Hayward Lane.
Linda and Brian Van Es, both 57, woke up to the sound of gunshots outside their home on Bluepoint Drive, across a canal from Massad's.
"Four quick, 'Pow, pow, pow, pow,'" Linda Van Es said.
The couple didn't know what was going on, so they stayed away from their windows. But then, Linda Van Es said, she heard deputies on a loudspeaker commanding someone to drop a gun and come out of a house.
"It's unfortunate, but it's not surprising," she said, "because of his history."
The mayor served as a Port Richey city councilman three times, from 2000-08, and he has had run-ins with the law before.
In August, he and his live-in girlfriend, Caj Annette Joseph were arrested on charges they battered one another during an argument at their home, the Pasco County Sheriff’s Office said.
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In July 2017, police arrested Joseph at Massad’s home, accusing her of punching him and hitting him with a vehicle door.
Also in 2017, Massad was cited by the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission, accused of harvesting snook out of season.