Brockton Hoodbooger’s Arrest On Gun Charges Elicits Brilliant Commentary From Free Muh Boi Fam And Friends
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Brockton Enterprise: Detectives were conducting a crime suppression patrol in the Walnut Street area when they noticed suspicious activity about 2:44 p.m. The undercover patrol was related to a robbery that occurred the prior afternoon.
“Undercover detectives were monitoring the area for suspicious activity,” said police Detective Lt. Paul Bonanca. “Detectives approached the suspect on Appleton and he immediately ran and initially dropped a magazine.”
Police seized the magazine, which was loaded with several bullets, near a vehicle parked in front of 61 Appleton St., Bonanca said.
“Detectives engaged in a foot pursuit,” he said. “The suspect jumped over a wall at a house on Turner with detectives in tow. They observed the suspect throw a firearm.”
Brockton detectives, State Police Gang Unit troopers and uniformed city patrol officers descended on the area and set up a large perimeter. After about 20 minutes of searching for the man in backyards and even in a home where a door had been kicked in, police received a tip that a man matching the description of the suspect was seen running south on Falmouth Avenue. Police learned that a man had been found hiding near a dumpster at a business at 280 North Main St. and that he ran south.
They then found the man, identified by police as 18-year-old Ailson Resende, inside Alfama Satellite, an internet, television and phone service distributor at 180 North Main St. Detectives who initially tried to apprehend Resende then positively identified him as the suspect. Resende, also known as “Ace,” of 130 Tribou St., Brockton, was arrested and charged with illegally carrying a firearm, illegal possession of a large-capacity firearm, illegal possession of ammunition, receiving stolen property, disorderly conduct and disturbing the peace.
Police say the firearm that was found behind 92 Turner St. was a .45-caliber semiautomatic handgun. The magazine that Resende dropped on Appleton Street contained 12 rounds of ammunition, Bonanca said. The gun came back as stolen out of North Carolina, he said. Undercover detectives were performing the patrol in the Walnut Street area due to a robbery that occurred late Wednesday afternoon.
“The man said he was making a delivery on Walnut Street and three males approached him wearing dark hoodies,” said police Detective Sgt. Michael Dennehy. “He said one of the men had a gun and they punched him and stole his cell phone and the food.”
The victim, a delivery driver for Jade Lee Kitchen on North Main Street, was taken to Signature Healthcare Brockton Hospital for minor facial injuries.
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— Marc Vasconcellos (@PhotogMarc_ent) December 7, 2017
Rule #1 of the gangsta deadbeat code – don’t fuck with the working man. I learned that from Season 1 of The Wire. You can rob and kill other gangstas and no one will care because no one gives a shit if any of you losers lives or dies. All those people made a choice to enter into this ghettofabulous lifestyle, so it’s not a big loss if one of them goes down with the ship.
But when you rob the Chinese food delivery guy, you have broken every unwritten rule in the book.
Dick goes here! pic.twitter.com/Kxj1ibcqyL
— Party Waren Kebber (@WebbDawgTG) December 8, 2017
Obviously this 18 year old is going places in life. And by that I mean, the Brockton Fair and MCI Walpole. You can tell just how worldly he is by the brilliance he spews on his Facebook page. For instance, he really wants his hoodies back from every ho he fucked with:
He wisely elects to announce his Holiday weed sales in a public forum:
He’s deeply philosophical:
Not even Machiavelli was wise enough to use the 100 emoji so freely.
He’s also very upset about the recent trend of n words who be yelling “gang, gang, gang, gang, gang,” when their track record for gang shit is spotty at best:
Although many disputes the level of gang shit he has reached:
He may break promises, but he never breaks, “the code”:
And the code in Brockton is, “never graduate from high school.” No way he’s breaking that code.
Naturally when this was posted on the Brockton Hub it opened up a great discussion about the root causes of criminality, as well as how city resources can properly be used to combat illegal guns and drug sales in the community.
LOL. Just kidding. This is Brockton. And when some young hoodbogger like this gets arrested in Brockton, it’s like a mating call for the fam to come out and go full free muh boi:
Fake news!! The Brockton Enterprise be lyin yo!! All those pictures were doctored and the police be lying!!! Free my nephew!!
AND IF YOU DON’T BELIEVE ME THEN YOU WILL ONCE I BUST OUT THE CAPS LOCK!!!
Next up was sis:
So your 18 year old nephew/brother was arrested after using a stolen gun to rob a Chinese food delivery dude and dumping a bunch of magazines on the street as he attempted to run away from the cops. And your number once concern is……..
Making sure no one is disrespecting him on the Brockton Hub Facebook page.
It’s true. Only white people have a problem with gun violence, armed robbery, and rampant lawlessness. How white of us. Must be all that white privilege, right Ariana?
She’s not wrong. My white privilege magically keeps me from breaking the law.
Ariana’s right once again. I know when I go to the Brockton Hub I do so because I treat it like my “book club.” Last week we were discussing Atlas Shrugged. This week we’ll be comparing and contrasting character development themes in Hemingway vs. Faulkner. At least that’s what I thought we’d be doing. Instead I found this:
Do you know his life? Were you there the first time he discovered himself? Were you there for his first freestyle battle? Will you be there for his GED ceremony in 2027? No? Then you don’t know him and you are not allowed to talk about this arrest which occurred in broad daylight in the middle of a densely populated neighborhood.
As his sister pointed out, 70% of white people end up on drugs, so they should probably keep their comments to themselves:
It’s true. I get most of my FACKS from TGI Thighdays like Verica Resende.
She’s in a position to judge, since she’s a “full time college student” and a “nursing assistant 4 nights a week” who also owns her own catering business:
And by “owns her own catering business” she means, I’ve engraved my own chair at the Golden Corral with my ass groove.
Anyway, Brockton’s gonna Brockton. These people have to live somewhere. As long as they don’t cross city lines it’s all good in the hood. And as soon as Trump builds that Brockton Wall we won’t have to worry about that anymore.