Fall River Skagbag Does Epic Perp Walk After ODing And Losing Her 4 Year Old, Then Gets Into Profanity Laden Shouting Match From Window And Gets Arrested Again
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This is Tamara Carlstrom Correia.
She’s originally from Nashua but now resides in the Maple Gardens housing project in Fall River. Last Friday night she was arrested after her four year old son was found knocking on a neighbor’s door, and his mother was nowhere to be found. When the cops went to her apartment they found her overdosed between her bed and the wall. Soon after that came the ratchet perp walk:
Yup, she seems nice. Good thing she’s in charge of a four year old human being, who was paraded out shortly afterwards.
Now that she’s out of jail she’s none too pleased with whichever one of her neighbors snitched on her to 5-0. And she got into a ghettofabulous projects shouting match with them from her bedroom window:
Fall River really is a magical place. Great city to raise a family.
That same night she was once again arrested for violating a no-contact order she had with a neighbor, whom she had previously assaulted in a dispute in which she wrongly claimed that the neighbor’s five year old autistic son had inappropriately touched a little girl:
Oh, and she’s been living there for four months. Our tax dollars subsidize this lifestyle. You can bet your bottom dollar she’s on every form of assistance possible. Food stamps, section 8, the works. And how is our investment working out? Well, she’s doing copious amounts of heroin and her children are being raised like free range cattle. Thanks Jim McGovern!!
The woman claims she’s getting her kids back, but as you can see she is a lunatic and does not belong around children. She also has a 13 year old who is currently being raised by her own mother, and the 13 year old’s baby daddy, who are dating. Ya got that? The 13 year old’s father is dating her own grandmother, who is her father’s previous mother in law. In other words, this is a Fall River love story to remember!
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