Taxi driver Doug Conley recently told the press in Austin about his encounter with Laura Ashley Hall when he picked her up from the courthouse and drove her home.
Since people will sometimes tell taxi drivers the most interesting things, I contacted Mr. Conley directly and talked with him for some time about his brief experience with Ms. Hall.
Currently, Doug is facing a charge of trespassing. That’s a minor charge, probably worth 30 days in jail – tops.
He knows that he could get out even sooner if he told authorities that he’d trade his testimony for leniency regarding his sentence. Interestingly, he’s refused to accept any favorable treatment in his case in exchange for his testimony.
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So, one mortician says to the other,”Hey, wanna stop at the office for a quick, cold one?”
I’ll say this about Roderick Jones: At least he wait until they’re dead to rape them.
The life of a funeral director can be a boring one. I’m sure you’d be tempted to take a lot of breaks.
Johnny Draper, the funeral director of the Draper Funeral home left his office, taking a break for awhile to talk with some friends across the street. Figuring he’d only be gone for a little bit, he didn’t engage the top-notch security system that he’d had installed.
After all, there’d never been any kind of break-in before.
On the 18th of June in 2007, at 9 in the evening, a 35-year-old woman came home to her apartment in the Dunbar Village housing project in West Palm Beach, Florida. She had just finished up a long day of delivering telephone books and she was tired.
She had immigrated to the United States in 2000 from Haiti with her then five-year-old son, hoping for a better life.
Before she went upstairs to bed, she and her son had started to make something downstairs in the kitchen for dinner when there was a knock at the door.
A young black male was at the door, his hair in braids. The teenager told her that her truck had a few flat tires and that she should come and look at them.
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Jack McClellan was arrested earlier this month by UCLA police near a campus child-care center. This was about a week after a restraining order had been issued for Jack, prohibiting him from going within 30 feet of any children in the state of California.
Mr. McClellan was released after spending five days in jail when the city attorney’s office claimed that the criminal case could not be prosecuted because the original court order had been written incorrectly. Evidently Judge Melvin Sandvig had failed to schedule and give McClellan proper notice of a hearing required to argue the restraining order’s merits.
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