Turns Out Joey Santos Has ANOTHER Baby Momma Going “Free Muh Baby Daddy” After Deservedly Getting Shot And Killed On I-95 In Providence
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Yesterday we published this blog about the baby momma of Joseph Santos, who was killed by Providence police after leading them on a high speed and dangerous chase from Cranston to Providence, because she had gone all “free muh baby daddy”:
Even though her prized yogurt slinger was literally slamming directly into the driver’s side door of an innocent woman before they opened fire:
But as it turns out, she’s not the only Joey Santos baby momma’s who’s gonna all “free muh baby daddy.” There’s this skagbag too:
Jesus H. Christ, this maggot was tossing around his baby porridge like it was a going out of business sale. I’m sure he spent a lot of time with his kids though and this will be a devestatig loss for them.
“Mommy, what happened to that guy Joey who shows up on the first of the month?”
“Good news hunny, we get to keep all the stamps now.”
I’m sure he really got to know his kids well while he was in and out of prison most of his productive adult life:
Joseph J. Santos, 32, had a criminal record beginning in the early 2000s for such offenses as shoplifting, larceny, fraudulent use of credit cards and vandalism, according to court records. His most recent arrest in August was on a charge of driving with a suspended license. He was taken to the Adult Correctional Institutions on Aug. 16 and released the next day. It was just the latest time he’d been to prison. According to the state Department of Corrections, he’d spent time in the ACI on 14 previous occasions since 2003. In 2015, he was sentenced to 18 months in prison and 42 months probation after pleading no contest to a charge of driving without the consent of owner after he was arrested in East Providence operating a car that had been reported stolen. He was remanded to the ACI on April 17, 2015, and released on May 3, 2016, after being credited for time served during trial and having his sentence reduced for good behavior.
In 2012, he was sentenced to one year in prison and nine years probation after pleading no contest to breaking and entering and misdemeanor larceny after stealing a computer from an apartment in Providence. Two warrants had been issued for his arrest, one on Sept. 20 and the other on Oct. 6, after he failed to appear in court for probation violation hearings, according to court records.
Christine Demers’ criminal record dates to 1999, when Warwick police arrested her for possession of marijuana and Cranston police arrested her for obtaining money under false pretenses — both on Halloween. Demers, 19 at the time, was sentenced to 25 hours of community service and ordered to pay restitution. What followed was a succession of arrests over the years for drug possession, driving on a suspended or expired license, outstanding warrants, disorderly conduct, and resisting arrest, according to court records. Most infractions occurred in Rhode Island, but Demers was arrested in Rocky Hill, Connecticut, on May 9, 2013, when a police officer pulled over a BMW driving erratically.
Demers, a passenger in the car, was charged with possession of drug paraphernalia and narcotics, interfering with arrest, and carrying a dangerous weapon, described as a pocket knife. The driver, William Gonzalez, was also arrested. A smoking pipe and hypodermic needle were found in the automobile. The next year, on Aug. 7, 2014, Demers was arrested at the Econo Lodge on New London Avenue in Cranston and charged with drug possession. According to the police report, crack cocaine and heroin were found in the hotel room. Demers was later placed on probation, given a six-month suspended sentence to the Adult Correctional Institutions, and ordered to undergo drug counseling. On March 14, 2015, Demers was again arrested at a house on Sooner Lane in Coventry. She was charged with possession of narcotics, obstructing a police officer, and being a fugitive from justice. The disposition of those charges is unclear.
Oh yea, totally innocent. Big loss for society. Nicole seems really upset too. Especially since she’s whoring herself out to the media and throwing her kids up in front of the camera:
And as you can see, she’s reaching out to Stacey Tessier, her sister in spunk. Perhaps so they can figure out what hashtag they’ll be using to commemorate the guy who likely owes both of them thousands in child support.
And as you can imagine, Nicole Abate-Alder is another tittoo clad fan of the Facebook pet of the month filter:
Don’t worry though, she found a new vomit rod to take his place as weekend dad:
But ya know who’s not making excuses for these criminals? The brother of the chick who was riding shotgun:
Try telling that to these nudniks, who stole the show in the Turtleboy comments section:
Spike strips. On I-95 in Providence. You cant make this shit up. Just a reminder that this is what traffic was like at that time:
I’d love to hear from this tactical expert how the police were supposed to clear an entire highway of cars at a moment’s notice, in a small and congested part of the smallest state in the country, and lay down spike strips. Think about how stupid this is. If you stopped traffic at any given point in order to lay down the strips, it would cause huge congestion. Then asshole would drive directly into this clusterfuck and play bumper cars like it was Whalom Park 1994. One thing he would never do is actually reach the spike strips.
According to this brilliant person he “clearly did not barrel into the lady”:
Yup, he didn’t barrel into her at all:
Then there was this:
I’d love to hear about some of the other ways to stop a man driving a truck into multiple people on the highway. Perhaps the ol’ banana in the tailpipe would’ve worked like it did back in Beverly Hills in the 80’s.
What were the odds that this would be the world view of a flat brimmed bathroom selfie chud who “stands against racism”?
Never saw that one coming!!
Anyway, great job again by the Providence Police. It once again shows that the cops don’t discriminate when it comes to using deadly force. Remarkably Joey Santos’ white privilege must’ve run out of batteries because it couldn’t save his life this time around. Turns out the cops don’t care if you’re black or white. If you’re endangering innocent people or other police officers, you get shot. Case closed.