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The other day we published this blog showing a classic Methuen meatstick mayhem rowdydown at Brick House Tavern during the McGregor fight. Except this was wilder than most bar fights because a dude gets a glass smashed over his head and his buddy responds by grabbing a chair and throwing it at the guy who smashed the glass before pummeling him into oblivion.
Well, the cops arrested the chud who smashed the glass on the dude’s face:
Police have arrested a 49-year-old man in connection with a weekend bar brawl that left one person injured. Carey Hamilton, who police said lives in an apartment at 20 Washington St., was charged with assault and battery with a dangerous weapon and mayhem, according to police Chief Joseph Solomon. Hamilton was being held at the Methuen police station Tuesday night on $20,000 cash bail, Solomon said. He was transferred to Middleton Jail that night and is expected to be arraigned Wednesday in Lawrence District Court, the chief said.
Police were called to Brick House Tavern and Tap at 105 Pleasant Valley St., at 12:43 a.m., Sunday for a report of a fight. The melee followed a showing of a pay per view UFC fight, according to the restaurant’s manager. A 34-year-old Lowell man sustained “multiple injuries to his head,” including cuts to his left brow area and upper lip, a swollen lip, two missing teeth and one that was loose, according to a police report. The injuries may have occurred when a beer glass was thrown at him, police said. The investigation is still ongoing. Police said they have identified other individuals involved in the fight and charges would be forthcoming.
When you look Carey Hamilton up on the Facebook machine you get this account. But as you can see, Carey Hamilton does not look 49, even in Methuen years.
Granted the douchebag factor is high in this one, what with his proclivity for flat brimmed hats, the hour and a half he spends getting dressed for the gym, his need to go full hardo in every picture he poses for, and excessive use of $100 bill cell phones…..
I could easily picture this juiced up jambalaya smashing someone over the head with a glass because he looked at him the wrong way during a UFC fight.
But that man is clearly not 49. And the thumbnail picture you see when you send a link to the Eagle Tribune article in messenger is not him either:
But that guy is all over his Facebook page though, and he clearly looks much older than that Carey Hamilton:
Oh for fuck’s sake. Can someone please let Hardo Houdini on the left borrow a neck? And if you’re over the age of 24 and you still wear backwards hats and/or sports jerseys out to the bar, there’s a 99.9% chance if I ask you for OC’s you can get them for me within an hour.
From the looks of Carey’s Facebook picture, this bootleg Mr. Clean is his old man, who was released from prison four years ago and still had an ankle bracelet on when the picture was taken:
So that’s clearly Carey Hamilton Sr., the guy who broke the glass over the dude’s head. Glad to see he’s changed his ways.
What did Pa Dukes go to jail for? Oh, you know, running an illegal gambling ring and selling bulk amounts of Ecstacy while cooperating with the federal government:
Carey Hamilton, of Methuen, Mass., is charged with running the gambling operation, which investigators say covered more than $800,000 worth of wagers in the fall and winter of 1999-2000. Hamilton also is accused of dealing bulk amounts of Ecstasy. An affidavit filed last year by Drug Enforcement Administration Special Agent Todd Prough names several other individuals believed to have been involved in the ring, including a Massachusetts lawyer who advised members of the group. Hamilton was first arrested in 2006, and was later released to Prough’s custody while he cooperated with the investigation, court records show. The case against Hamilton remained sealed until last week, after federal prosecutors got indictments charging him with distributing Ecstasy and running an illegal gambling operation.
On Monday, a U.S. District Court magistrate judge ordered that Hamilton remain jailed while awaiting trial, which has yet to be scheduled. The case against him appears to be based largely on gambling ledgers and the testimony of three informants, one of whom claims to have sold marijuana and Ecstasy to Hamilton while working for another dealer in the 1990s, and two others who claim to have worked for Hamilton, taking bets and dealing drugs. All three informants gave investigators information about both the alleged drug-dealing and gambling aspects of Hamilton’s business. The affidavit also names at least one other alleged bookie, and several alleged associates of Hamilton, some of whom were arrested by Salem police.
The informant told Prough that Hamilton began buying marijuana in the mid-1990s, and quickly moved from taking several pounds to several hundred pounds a week. Hamilton later began buying Ecstasy, the informant said. The informant also told investigators that he frequently saw Hamilton taking sports bets over the phone, and a second informant, who was convicted on marijuana charges, told of working for Hamilton’s gambling operation, Prough wrote. The second informant estimated that the bets he or she recorded for Hamilton, mostly from about 10 regular customers, resulted in profit ranging from $5,000 to $15,000 a week, and the informant identified several other people who also took bets for Hamilton, Prough wrote. Those individuals, while named in Prough’s affidavit, have not been charged. The informant provided ledgers from 1997 and 1998 that showed “hundreds of thousands of dollars of sports wagers being placed” through that informant, Prough wrote. The ledgers showed betting on collegiate and professional football, basketball, professional hockey, and professional baseball, Prough wrote, adding that Hamilton employed five agents, and served roughly 100 bettors.
Cooperating – AKA snitching.
And if this guy was buying and selling hundreds of pounds of weed per week in the north shore and Merrimack Valley during the early 2000’s, you know where he was getting it from……
Considering Dad’s priors he better hope and pray he gets Judge Feeney, or else he’s going right back to the Hotel Middleton for a while.
We also uncovered this video of what led up to the brawl happening, and after watching it the whole thing almost feels justified:
Let’s be honest, that guy needed a glass smashed over his head. But it wasn’t him who got hit, it was this guy Miguel according to the comments on the video:
Honestly, they all deserve nothing but the worst. Because these chuds couldn’t keep in their pants and had to establish who was the biggest alpha male at the bar that night, everyone else had their night ruined. You can’t be going out and starting bar fights with people. Who do you think you are? Brett Kavanaugh? Take that shit to the streets where it belongs.