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If you haven’t read about Jones Appiah, the Worcester dumpsterslug who tried gouging a detail cop’s eyes out today, then read this now.
Now that you’re all caught up, check out what Jones Appiah got arrested for last year:
Worcester, MA (April 6, 2015) – On Saturday, April 4, 2015 at approximately 7:20 PM, Worcester Police went to 113 Country Club BLVD for the purpose of serving an arrest warrant for a man who resides in one of the apartments. The man, 29-year-old Jones Appiah has an outstanding straight warrant for Assault and Battery on a Police Officer, Trespassing, Willful, and Malicious Destruction of Property, Resisting Arrest, Disorderly Conduct and Disturbing the Peace.
Officers approached the apartment and knocked on the door. Mr. Appiah slid opened a window and asked why the officers were there. The officers explained that they had a warrant for his arrest. Mr. Appiah refused to open the door. Officers spent considerable time trying to reason with Mr. Appiah to open the door. The officers continued to speak with Mr. Appiah through the open window but were not able to make progress. At this time the officers forced their way into the apartment. Once inside, Mr. Appiah retreated to an area near his bookshelf, located in his living room. Officers closed in but Mr. Appiah ran into his kitchen and armed himself with a large knife. The knife was approximately 12 inches in length. Mr. Appiah was holding it in a threatening manner towards the uniformed officers.
Additional officers were called to the scene. While holding the knife and keeping the officers at bay, Mr. Appiah called police dispatch to report that his home was being invaded. At this time Mr. Appiah moved towards the stairs leading to the second floor. Against the officer’s commands, Mr. Appiah went upstairs and entered a bedroom. Officers noticed that Mr. Appiah had left the knife on the stairs before he entered the bedroom. Officers spoke with Mr. Appiah through the bedroom door for several more minutes and were finally able to convince him to exit the bedroom. Mr. Appiah was unarmed when he came out of the bedroom. He was placed under arrest without further incident.
Mr. Appiah informed the officers that he had a handgun in the bookshelf located in the living room. The loaded gun was discovered improperly stored inside a cardboard box without a gunlock. The weapon is a .22 caliber Rugar.
Three words – Joe Freaking Early.
This is a guy who didn’t push for a stiffer prison sentence for Jorge Zambrano because “prison wasn’t working for him.”
Letting violent dangerous criminals with a proclivity towards attacking police officers stay out on the streets seems to be what he does best. Hey here’s an idea Joe – why don’t you try sending some of these assholes to jail? Or do you just get off on cops getting killed? Because you really seem to genuinely enjoy watching cops fight for their lives from people who clearly should be behind bars.
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