This is one of the wildest stories I’ve ever read….
Salem News: It started when someone found a purse at a CVS in Peabody on Friday and turned it in to police. It ended with two women, one of them the owner of the purse, under arrest. Both are now being held in custody. In between there was a scuffle with police, a hit-and-run crash in the police station parking lot, and a stop at a liquor store.
According to police and a prosecutor, Kelly Shaw, 38, of Quincy, was staying at a motel in Danvers when she went to the CVS on Main Street in Peabody Friday. But left her purse behind at the store, so someone brought it to the police station. Officers noticed prescription pill bottles with Shaw’s name and address, so they contacted Quincy police to notify her. Then they learned that she was wanted in Quincy District Court on a warrant, Lovely said. When she showed up at the Peabody police station to get her purse, she was arrested. Police say that during a struggle inside the police station, she dropped a pill container with the prescription medications Adderall, Xanax and Klonopin inside, so they charged her with resisting arrest and possession of the prescription drugs.
Pro tip – if you know you have active warrants out for your arrest, and the cops call you and tell you to come pick up your prescription pills – DON’T GO!! It’s a trap. Also, definitely DO NOT show up with more pills. They’re just gonna take those too. Get some new pills and move on with your productive life of pretending to be a normal and loving mother from Quincy. Because by the looks of her Facebook page that’s exactly what Kelly Shaw sells herself to be.
Here’s my question – why is a married mother from Quincy, with several semon demons waiting at home, staying at a cheap motel in Danvers with a bag full of prescription pills? Oh wait. That’s the area on Route 1 where the state sticks all the junkies. Nuff said. Sometimes you just need a weekend bender away from the crotch fruits.
It got better….
Meanwhile, outside, Jennifer Faye, 39, of Weymouth, who had given Shaw a ride to the station, was waiting in the police station parking lot when she realized what was happening and decided to leave, Capt. Dennis Bonaiuto said. In the process of leaving, she hit another vehicle in the lot, damaging it, and took off, he said.
A great place to pull a hit and run is in the police station parking lot. They’ll never notice you there. Sometimes those parked cars really come at you fast, so you gotta keep your head on a swivel. I for one and surprised that a human Pez dispense like this would have a hard time avoiding stationary objects.
Nah, she doesn’t look like she’s smoked pole for Zanny bars. Ever.
Obviously after you hit a car in the PPD parking lot you wanna get the hell out of there quickly. Especially if your license is suspended, you just got kicked out of the police station for going full ratchet, you have two previous DUI’s, and you’re going for a third. So naturally Mary Shame went half a mile away to the one place they’d never think to look for a banana tamer like her – Bunghole Liquors.
Just as a dispatcher was alerting officers on patrol to be on the lookout for a Nissan Frontier truck with front-end damage, Patrolman Corey Salvo saw a truck with heavy damage and a radio blasting pull halfway into a spot in front of Bunghole Liquors, prosecutor Taylor Lovely said in court.
The plate number was the same as the one he’d just heard over his police radio. She had already gotten out of the truck as Salvo approached. Faye, whose license is suspended, was described by police as slow and unsteady, reaching into her pockets repeatedly. She was arrested on charges of driving under the influence of drugs (third offense), leaving the scene of a property damage accident and driving after license suspension.
Yes, that’s right – there is a liquor store in Peabody and Salem called Bunghole.
Because “Bleached Asshole Liquors” was already taken. And it was a half mile away, directly down the street, so I for am SHOCKED that the cops found her.
Of course this entire episode of Numb and Number was all caught on video, which would make one of the best episodes of Live PD ever.
Anyway, if either of these fine lassies wants to come on the Live show this weekend and tell us the “other side” of the story, the Turtle door is always open.
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