Here’s a video of some asshole being restrained by some union dudes at the Stop n Shop in Kingston after he allegedly coughed and spit on produce items.
Obviously you don’t see much of what happened before or even the guy’s face. But the Kingston Police did issue a press release stating that they’re filing a criminal complaint against the 65 year old asshole being restrained, and that he’s now banned from the premises.
But yet they haven’t released his name? Why is that? Well here’s what the detective said.
So they’re not releasing his name because he hasn’t been found guilty of a crime yet? I bet the shitbum from the day before wishes he knew about that deal.
Luckily we are not the KPD and we can publish FACKS that come from sources in the police department who choose to leak them to us. Meet Jethro Davis from Duxbury.
Yes, that’s right – according to our sources the perpetrator is a black dude named Jethro from Duxbury. Now I’ve officially seen it all.
If it’s not Jethro Davis then I’ll gladly take it down, but I trust the source enough. Maybe it was a big misunderstanding and people freaked out on him for no reason. But witnesses said he did it and the cops are pursuing a criminal complaint, so I’m guessing there’s some evidence to work with here. I don’t know how you cough and spit on produce by accident, but maybe Jethro would like to come on the live show and explain it himself.
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