Tyler Dearden, 22-years-old, must have really needed golf balls, because he recently wandered onto a golf course and beat an elderly man to get his bucket.
Dearden came to the course with the purpose of stealing balls and, as he was collecting them, was told by a golfer to ‘not do that’. He then walked up to the elderly man, stating he wanted to apologize, and then punched him in the face, knocking him to the ground.
The senior citizen suffered bruises, cuts and a broken rib. Stitches were also required.
Dearden was jailed on $10,000 bond and charged with aggravated battery on a person 65 years or older.
Dearden told police he was defending himself because the man pointed his club in his face.
A 43-year-old Rachel Baggs is a gangsta! She not only led police on a 100 mile-per-hour car chase, but also opened fire on them as well.
Her crimes extended over two different counties, Marion and Putnam. She lifted a pickup truck in the latter. During the chase, she bailed from the truck and fired on the pursuing patrol car. The bullets hit the door. She then ran off and hid in a woman’s back yard, under her porch. Deputies were alerted to her whereabouts, she was found, arrested and taken to the hospital to be evaluated.
She faces two counts of aggravated assault of a law enforcement officer, fleeing the scene, use of a firearm during commission of a felony, eluding law enforcement at high speed and resisting arrest.
No police were injured, but needless to say, Baggs is F’d.
Ricky Deeley, 34-years-old, has gone viral, but not for his series of crimes, bur rather, because of his unfortunate appearance.
His mugshot has become an Internet sensation as most are comparing him, per his ears, to Sloth from the film, The Goonies.
Deeley was arrested for driving with a suspended license and expired tags, while his passengers were all arrested as well for drug charges.
Katlyn Spruill (20) had a bag containing 23 grams of meth, cocaine, marijuana, pills, digital scale and even a handgun, while the other rider, Logan Tindale, already had a felony warrant out for his arrest, but tried to use false identification.
The three of them racked up a series of charges. Deeley, per his charges, is in jail on a $500 bond, Tindale, for possession and false ID charges, is on a $2,000 bond, while Spruill is “F’d in the A”, with everything she had on her, including the fact that the firearm was unlicensed, is on nearly a $50K bond.
That said, after the three had their mugshots posted online by the Marion County Sheriff’s Department, Deeley got destroyed, garnering comments like, ‘Isn’t that the monster from the Goonies?’, ‘Look at those ears! He prolly heard me from Louisville, KY!!!’, ‘Check out dumbo in the flesh dude.’ and, probably the most humorous, ‘Would you just look at them ears why drive when he could possibly fly.’
Aside from Sloth, he’s also drawing comparisons to Lurch, from the Addams Family.
The MCSO Facebook post of the mugshots have now turned in nearly 4,000 comments! Deeley needs to trademark those flappers, ASAP!!!
Driving with a suspended license and trying to retrieve a stolen car from a sheriff’s department is how 43-year-old Tammi Gough rolls.
Gough, after attempting to get the car, went to the Marion County Sheriff’s Office to fill out her mandatory felon registration. There, she was recognized by a detective noticed her and, after unearthing her records, saw that her license has indeed been suspended on six different occasions.
She was arrested on felony driving on a revoked or suspended license charges.
Adding injury to insult, the MCSO wrote on their Facebook page, in regard to her mugshot, “Tammi seems to have cheered up a tad bit in the time between her arrest and booking photo. Next time, we recommend an Uber.”
Moral of the story, don’t get arrested in the time of social media.