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Wednesday, December 7, 2016

Greetings fellow Bizarros:

If you feel like dancin' (and wanna dance the night away), it is probably best if you don't do it in the middle of the night.

To loud music.

Outside on the street.

While dancing on top of a car.

And if you must do all of these things, you should most definitely NOT do what Danielle Lanae Jefferson did when police showed up.

Gainesville, Florida police said that they have arrested the 35-year-old woman after being accused of dancing to loud rap music, disturbing the peace in the neighborhood in middle of the night.

According to the criminal complaint, around 3:15 a.m. neighbors called police to report a woman who was playing loud music.

Police officers who arrived at the scene, found Jefferson twerking to rap music on top of her car. Neighbors claimed that Jefferson had been playing the music for over 20 minutes.

When asked to shut off the music, Jefferson refused. The police then issued her a noise warning and gave her 15 minutes to comply, but she ignored them.

She told police that they could arrest her if they wanted to.

The officers gave her a summons and asked her to sign it.

Instead of signing it, she crumpled the citation and tossed it at the chest of an officer, prompting her arrest. Jefferson told an officer that she thought he was cute and wanted to keep him around her.

Jefferson has been charged with resisting an officer without violence after throwing a citation at a police officer.

Bizarrely,
Lewis

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Lewis, the copes are there to 'serve and protect'. Clearly this poor guy didn't need to be protected any more. But the vehicle was STILL in violation. They acted correctly.


That kind of this happens all the time. Wasn't there a story recently about a corpse who rode the subway in New York for 18 or 20 hours before somebody finally noticed the body hadn't moved? The world is a cold, hard place.


That guy in Manhattan who stole the gold out of the back of a truck got that idea from Bill Murray in Groundhog Day. the police should start looking for a guy dressed like Clint Eastwood in 'A Fistful of Dollars' who calls himself Bronco.

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