Wednesday, January 10, 2007

Criminals Among Us

Fayettevillians should feel safe. While they're sleeping at night, that infamous menace to society, Wayne Fincher, is locked securely away in a federal prison down in Fort Smith. Well, okay, Fincher doesn't have a criminal history. But after an 8-month investigation by the US Treasury Department, in which it was determined that Fincher failed to obtain permits for a couple of weapons he had made, the federal government thuggishly arrested him, rescuing his community from the possibility that Fincher would continue abiding among them in much the same way he lived his first 60 years in their midst: without a problem. He's not yet been found guilty, but don't worry- neither is he out on bond due to the steep terms insisted on by the federal government and agreed to by the fearful magistrate: $250,000, the deed to his family farm, banishment from said premises while remaining under house arrest at his daughter's abode, and no contact with his friends in the Washington county militia. Smelling a rat, Fincher balked at the "offer." So the people of Northwest Arkansas can all sleep peacefully knowing he's rotting in jail.

But wait. I forgot to mention...

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Blogger Mr. Toast said...

But wait. I forgot to mention that a few nights ago, while most people there were preparing for the next day's work, police made an interesting traffic stop on N. Gregg street. Seems that Justin Trammell, the same Justin Trammell who shot and killed his father with a crossbow in Benton county back in 1999, was allegedly driving under the influence with his friend, Mitchell Johnson, in the passenger seat. Oh yes, you remember that name? Johnson was the older of the two infamous Jonesboro school shooters convicted on 5 counts of murder and 10 counts of attempted murder in their 1998 attack on faculty and fellow students. Anyway, when police searched the vehicle in which Johnson and Trammell were cruising around Fayetteville, they found about 20 grams of marijuana and a 9mm handgun.

As with so many other vagabonds, Trammell and Johnson have decided to make Fayetteville their residence. You should also know that this is not Trammell's first run-in with the law since his release fom prison. He's been arrested for things like possessing an altered driver's license and for public intoxication. He's also been investigated for terroristic threatening.

Knowing the severe terms of bond given to Wayne Fincher, how do you suppose bond was set for these murderous repeat offenders? A million dollars? Two million dollars? No bond possible?

If you said $1000, you are right! The money was paid the same day. In fact, Johnson and Trammell are probably walking around Fayetteville as we speak. Whether or not they are is, of course, their own free choice.

But sleep tight. No matter where those two are, they're probably doing things like helping little old ladies cross the street, selling Girl Scout cookies, or otherwise being prized assets in their community. But most of all, know with certainty that Northwest Arkansas's native troublemaker, Wayne Fincher, has been spending his nights in a cold jail cell since last November.

9:01 AM, January 10, 2007  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

And I thought only ILLEGALS killed white people. LOL Looks like the whites lead in Mass Murders and Serial Killers. And we want to preserve the so called WHITE RACE. Give me a break.

12:17 PM, January 10, 2007  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Who's "we", dimwit? Is your gig to drop by and play the race card to try to veer every discussion into an area covered by your brain dead talking points?

Free Wayne!

12:26 PM, January 10, 2007  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Mr. Fincher CHOOSE to illegally possess machine guns being in the possession of a firearm not registered in the National Firearms Registration and Transfer Record.

People make stupid life choice's all the freaking time.

His consequences an no different the motorcyclist that CHOOSES to drive 130MPH, crashes and is paralyzed from the waist down.

Tragic, but SELF INFLICTED.

It just pisses me off the you say he's lived 60 years without incident.

Seems to me Al Capone lived without incident for quite a while too.

What BOGUS arguments... I hope you are sane enough to see that.

10:11 AM, February 04, 2008  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Mr. Fincher CHOOSE to illegally possess machine guns being in the possession of a firearm not registered in the National Firearms Registration and Transfer Record.

People make stupid life choice's all the freaking time.

His consequences an no different the motorcyclist that CHOOSES to drive 130MPH, crashes and is paralyzed from the waist down.

Tragic, but SELF INFLICTED.

It just pisses me off the you say he's lived 60 years without incident.

Seems to me Al Capone lived without incident for quite a while too.

What BOGUS arguments... I hope you are sane enough to see that.

10:11 AM, February 04, 2008  

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