Pajama Clad Mom-Daughter Junkies Try Running Over Cops In West Springfield Dunkin Donuts, Lead Cops On Chase To Holyoke Mall, Go Home That Day
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Here’s some All-Star parenting out of West Springfield: A West Springfield woman and her adult daughter are facing heroin charges following a wild police chase that left a third family member with minor injuries. Joan Cortis, 42, and Amanda Cortis, 21, of Westfield, pleaded not guilty in Springfield District Court to heroin possession following their arrest Jan. 2 in a parking lot at the Holyoke Mall. Seven other charges, including assault and battery with a motor vehicle, were filed against Joan Cortis, the alleged driver during the chase. She was also charged with reckless endangerment of a child because her 12-year-old daughter was riding in the front passenger seat during the chase, police said.
The trouble began when Joan Cortis allegedly tried to run down two West Springfield police detectives who approached her car in a Dunkin’ Donuts parking lot on Riverdale Street. One detective ended up on the trunk of the Ford Taurus and the other, after dodging the vehicle, fired a shot at its front tire, according to the arrest report. As the car turned to leave the parking lot, a detective struck the front passenger side window with his fist, breaking the glass, the report said.
Heading west on Highland Avenue, the car crossed into Holyoke on Whitney Avenue. By then, Holyoke police had joined the chase, which crossed through several parking lots before ending on the south side of the Holyoke Mall.The two adult passengers were taken into custody and packets of heroin with an “Amen” logo were seized from the vehicle, along with one bag of cocaine. The 12-year-old was was taken to Baystate Medical Center for treatment of minor facial cuts from flying glass.
No ratchet high speed chase would be complete if it didn’t finish at the Holyoke Mall. West Springfield is a quiet town. It’s pretty nice there. Now all of a sudden this family moves in and the cops are shooting at tires in the Dunkin Donuts in broad daylight with a 12 year old riding shotgun. Here’s the best part:
Joan Cortis, who appeared to be wearing cat pajamas during her arraignment, was ordered held on $5,000 bail.
Because…OF COURSE she wore cat pajamas to her arraignment. Did you think she was gonna be bothered to throw on her dress sweatpants? This isn’t Easter Sunday!! The best part was when we looked up these two clamtramps on Facebook and found this picture of the daughter at Wal-Mart:
Ahh yes, the fancy Batman pajamas. Must’ve been dress up Thursday. This is just your daily reminder that under no circumstances is it every socially acceptable to wear pajamas out in public. Women who do this are the male equivalents of guys with flat brimmed Chicago Bulls hats.
Naturally Amanda Cortis is already a mother at the age of 21. Because, why wouldn’t she be? After all, she’s got a boyfriend with a flat-brimmed hat:
What could possibly go wrong?
And this basically sums up everything that is wrong with our court system:
“Amanda Cortis was released on personal recognizance. Both have cases pending in area courts, and Amanda Cortis has been arrested three times in recent months, a prosecutor said.”
Wait…..what? She’s been arrested three times in the last few months, she has cases pending against her in court, and she was just arrested for drug possession after trying to run over a cop, forcing them to shoot in a parking lot in broad daylight, and then leading the cops on a chase into Holyoke. And she just gets to walk out of court? Same time next week. LOL. This state is a joke, and people like her know it. That’s why they don’t bother reforming. No point.
As a matter of fact just yesterday Amanda was already tagging her best friend Mom on Facebook posts:
And sharing inspirational quotes:
Because lots of people are inspired by junkie welfare Moms who try to kill cops.
Of course the real crime here is that just a couple years ago Mom was rocking this haircut:
Holy bang bus!! Look at those things. It looks like her face is being eaten by a tarantula. Personally I prefer the, “I just got out of rehab and I swear I’m gonna stay clean this time” look:
Anyway, hopefully one of these years judges in this state actually come to their senses and keep dangerous criminals behind bars. Because these two lugnuts easily could’ve killed a cop. Then again, seeing how judges like Andrew Mandell kept Jorge Zambrano out of jail time and time again, maybe dead cops is exactly what they want .
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