Pond Maggot Drops Off 11 Year Old Son On Highway In Middle Of Freezing Cold Night For “Acting Up,” And A Guy Who Drilled Her Has Lots To Say On Facebook
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New Bedford Guide: Friday March 3, 2017 at approximately 845pm, a resident of Mattapoisett Neck Road called the police station to report that an 11-year-old boy had just knocked on his door asking for a ride to New Bedford. Due to the frigid temperature, the resident brought the young male into his home to await the arrival of the police.
Upon arrival at the residence, Sgt. Robert Boivin and Officer Kristen Tavares found the 11-year-old inside the home visibly shaking and crying. The weather at this time was 26 degrees and extremely windy. The boy was wearing a leather type jacket, jeans and work boots. He was not wearing gloves or a hat. The officers asked the young boy to tell them what happened tonight, he went on to say that he was in the car with his mother, Marina Johnson, and his younger brother (age 8). He told the officers that his mother was very mad at him because she said he always “acts up”. He stated that his mother told him to get out of the car, which he did, then she told him to shut the door, which he did. That is when he said that his mother sped off. The young boy reported that he tried to catch up to the car but it was going too fast. He said he walked to the nearest house and knocked on the door and asked for a ride to New Bedford. When asked where he lives, he told the officers that his house burned down a few weeks ago, and he doesn’t have a home. He reported that he, his mother and brother have been staying at a shelter. He was transported to the police station where DCF was notified.
The New Bedford Police were notified and requested to check the shelter for Marina Johnson. Officer Scott Leblanc and Officer Kristen Tavares responded to New Bedford to assist in locating Ms. Johnson. New Bedford Police found the Lexus that Ms. Johnson was operating in Mattapoisett at the shelter. The Lexus was previously reported stolen from outside the Dollar Store. The New Bedford Officers initially spoke with Ms. Johnson. She went into the shelter and then ran out a side door with her 8-year-old son. Mattapoisett Officer’s assisted New Bedford in the apprehension of Ms. Johnson who was located knee deep in water and mud in the marsh with her 8-year-old son. Ms. Johnson was arrested and transported initially to the New Bedford Police Department. Mattapoisett Police took custody of Ms. Johnson and transported her to the Mattapoisett Police Department where she was booked and charged with Reckless Endangerment of a child under 18, a misdemeanor and Abandonment of a child without support, a felony. She was held on $10,000 bail until her arraignment.
Ms. Johnson was arraigned in Fourth District Court Wareham Monday March 6, 2017. She pleaded not guilty and was held on $25,000 bail and was transported to Framingham State Prison. The 8 and 11-year-old boys were placed in Foster Care by the Department of Children and Families.
Only in America can a crusty skag living in an addicts shelter steal a Lexus from outside the Dollar Store. Because, why wouldn’t there be a Lexus parked at the Dollar Store?
Anyway, cue the bleeding hearts to defend this trashbag:
“She has a disease.”
“We don’t have enough social programs to help people like her. If only the rich paid their fair share in taxes!!”
“She needs help.”
“We shouldn’t judge.”
“Free my boi.”
How bout this – Marina Johnson is just a shitty human being with no regard for human life who should never, ever be given a second chance to be a mother again? Because you don’t get a mulligan when you drop your kid off on the highway in Mattapoisett with no gloves on on the coldest night of the year. That’s not a mistake. It’s a warning sign. It’s also a message that God is sending us to save this child before this nutbag kills him. I mean, the cops had her surrounded at the shelter, and instead of just surrendering she made the 8 year old hide in the frozen marsh with her. Because her staying out of jail is more important than her kids staying alive.
Here’s why I don’t feel any pity for this pond maggot. Because there’s so many people out there who would do anything to have a child but can’t. And yet they have to be subjected to stories like this on a daily basis. It must be the biggest kick in the ovaries for them.
Here’s an idea – maybe don’t play crash the custard truck with this guy:
I have no idea what any of that means, but it sounds important. All I know is that when this guy right here has the moral high ground on you
You done fucked up. Because under no circumstance would it ever be acceptable to let that man put his emails in your spam folder. Just sayin.
The biggest problem with “moms” like this is the way they raise their kids. You see it all the time when you’re around people like her. They think that increased volume is compensation for quality parenting. Go to the grocery store and watch one of these gutterslugs deal with an unruly child. They yell at them:
“Johnny, I told you to shut the fuck up.”
Not that there’s anything wrong with yelling at your kid. Sometimes you need to raise your volume. But this is how these people communicate with their children on the regular. They just don’t know how to control their temper. They’re animals. They’re uncivilized. And they see nothing wrong with dropping an 11 year old on the side of the road in the middle of the night because they’re “acting up.”
Newsflash – acting up is what 11 year old boys do. If you don’t know how to handle that then close your penis fly trap or make that guy who just bought you a Mad Dog 20/20 toss on a cock sock and employ the Turtleboy birth control method – the chest.
But then again, that would require personal responsibility. And skagbags like Marina Johnson don’t do personal responsibility.
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