Friday, February 27, 2015
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Tuesday, February 24, 2015
Monday, February 23, 2015
|Not the sharpest|
tool in the shed.
Ray Cooper wasn't even driving the car. He was a passenger in a minivan rolling through Hermitage Sunday night. A minivan with a non-functioning headlight.
So, Cooper, who hails from Cookeville, had outstanding warrants for aggravated robbery, methamphetamine possession, and unlawful weapon possession.
Maybe he should have checked the headlights before he hopped in. Maybe, because there's always one cop out there who's trying to do a good job. While other cops are thinking about break-time at Waffle House, have crumbs all over the inside of their patrol cars and donut grease on the steering wheel, this cop is in his clean patrol car checking for seat-belts, taillights, and yes, headlights. And this cop was in Hermitage Sunday night.
When the officer pulled over the minivan and tried to ascertain who was in the vehicle, our genius gave a false name and refused to produce an ID. He then decided it would be a good idea to get into a fight with the officer. Did he not learn anything from Ferguson? Of course so many lies continue to circulate about the situation in Missouri, how is a blockhead like Cooper supposed to learn anything?
But there's more! Cooper then grabbed the officer's pepper spray and sprayed him! At this point the cop pulled out an object known as a gun. Our hero's day was about to get much worse.
The officer (gasp!) shot Cooper with the gun! That got Cooper a stay in the hospital in critical condition. Guess where he's going when he gets out of the hospital.
Had he only checked that headlight...
Sunday, February 22, 2015
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Saturday, February 21, 2015
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