So this happened on the Everett Turnpike in Merrimack, NH last week and I never had a chance to blog about it:
Broad daylight (10 AM) and Colby Rezk fell asleep behind the wheel on the highway? Yea, that’s normal. So is the fact that Colby was arrested just a couple years ago for heroin possession. But I’m sure she was “sleeping” and not nodding off.
And she really surrounds herself with quality people. For instance, this is her boyfriend (who she calls a husband) Ronald Cross:
Ronnie can’t comment right now because he’s in jail briefly for being a woman beating animal:
Katie Schelzel is on the floor of her Manchester apartment, being hit repeatedly by an on-again, off-again boyfriend. The beating lasts so long that her assailant – Ronald Cross – has to take a break to catch his breath, she later tells police.
“It’s like a car accident. It happens really fast, but everything seems to slow down,” Schelzel recounted. “I thought ‘is this how I’m going to die?’”
March 23, 2018: Prosecutors and Cross’ lawyer reach a plea deal. He pleads guilty to a misdemeanor domestic assault and avoids jail. But he has a suspended sentence, meaning he has to stay out of trouble for five years; if he gets arrested for anything, he will have to go to jail for a year. Schelzel agrees to it.
“I wasn’t happy about it, but my goal was to protect the next woman,” Schelzel said. “I knew this wasn’t going to stop.”
March 14, 2019: That suspended sentence isn’t followed when Cross accepts a plea bargain stemming from a standoff eight days earlier with a Manchester police SWAT team. He pleads nolo contendre to resisting arrest, a domestic violence charge is dropped and he is sent to Valley Street jail for 40 days.
“I find it outrageous that this (suspended sentence) was overlooked,” Schelzel said. “I’d like to know what they’re going to do to follow best practices going forward.
“These cases are so difficult, so tricky, so tied up in emotions,” Ranfos said. He said the SWAT team standoff stemmed from the mother of Cross’ girlfriend, who called police to complain that Cross had beat her daughter.
Cross ran into his apartment when police showed up and threatened to kill himself. The SWAT team eventually breached a barricade and arrested Cross. Ranfos said the four-month sentence was agreed to during a bail hearing in the District Court. Ranfos said there were several considerations. Cross’ girlfriend wouldn’t press charges, so Ranfos didn’t want to force a possible victim to testify against her wishes. The only other charge he had to bring was resisting arrest, and he might not get a guilty verdict at trial.
Cross’ girlfriend initially spoke to me but then said she did not want her name used. She denied that Cross hit her. Police reports from the Schelzel attack said she had a small laceration on her right cheek and an extremely red face. The hospital told police she suffered a mild concussion.
But he didn’t go to jail for the suspended sentence because he committed the crime in another county. That’s how the law works in New Hampshire. You’re allowed to break the law and not go to jail so long as you do it in a different county than your most recent arrest. And you can also kick the shit out of your girlfriend and as long as she’s too owned by you mentally to testify against you in court it’s just kind of business as usual. Live free or die? More like live free AND die.
People in the comments section of the car crash figured out pretty quickly who these people were.
Then the woman he abused in 2018 showed up.
Meanwhile in the comments section, look who showed up.
Oh right. “Vertigo.” She continued….
A blown eardrum and a sinus infection caused her equilibrium to be off balance and she fell asleep and crashed her car. Also, she “dozed off” several times while driving prior to the crash, and instead of pulling over she just blasted the AC. She was about to pull over to take a “power nap” like she usually does when this happens, but she never made it that far.
Only God can judge y’all:
She’s “proud” of her past of riding dirty with heroin, sucking down the bologna baton of a guy who beats the shit out of her when she gets out line, and harassing the previous victim of her “husband’s” domestic violence.
And of course this battered woman feels the need to shit on other battered women.
But it’s OK because “mistakes happen.”
Meanwhile she’s posting on her microdicked chudstuffer’s Facebook page like she can’t live without him while he’s locked up.
“Sooner than we know it this will all be a memory.”
Spoiler alert – he’s not done beating the shit out you. Just because he posts on Facebook about how you deserve a medal for putting up with his bullshit, and vows “on some REAL shit” to make you the “proudest and most happiest woman on earth,” and uses 100 emojis to prove his point, doesn’t mean he’s actually going to.
Oh, and the woman beater is in a fine position to call other people disgusting sex offenders.
But please, tell me more about how she fell asleep behind the wheel while on her way home from “work.” I’m not buying it.
Please consider supporting local journalism by donating to the Turtle fund:
Hello Turtle Riders. As you know if you follow Turtleboy we are constantly getting censored and banned by Facebook for what are clearly not violations of their terms of service. Twitter has done the same, and trolls mass reported our blog to Google AdSense thousands of times, leading to demonitization. We can get by and survive, but we could really use your help. Please consider donating by hitting the PayPal button above if you’d like support free speech and what we do in the face of Silicon Valley censorship. Or just buy our award winning book about the dangers of censorship and rise of Turtleboy: