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Friday, May 26, 2017

So who's the wierdo

Folks, a few days ago Chad Sain stopped a guy, who is said to live in Eva, late one night on Gum Pond Road.  The guy was dressed in tactical clothing, had an AK47, sawed off shot gun, and a pistol. The guy was also in possession of a police style blue light that looks like a regular police car issue light.

The guy offered the light to Sain.  Sain took the light.  Unfortunately, the guy called his buddy Ana's daughter and complained that Sain took his light.  Ana demanded that Sain give the light back to the guy.

Last night around 11:00 p.m. on Highway 55 East, a citizen was stopped by someone he believed to be a deputy for Morgan County.  The vehicle had a police light on the front windshield visor area. The deputy who had a beard (very strange) did not ask the citizen for his drivers licenses nor did he ask him his name.  He told the citizen to stay off of highway 55.  The citizen told him he lives on highway 55, but the deputy told him repeatedly to stay off of 55.  I can't help but wonder if this is the same weirdo that Sain stopped. If it is, way to go Ana. Punish your deputies for doing the right thing. Let some nut run around Gum Pond, Eva, and 55 stopping citizens.


16 comments:

  1. Speculate much?

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  2. You ask stupid questions much?

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    1. Great reply, very insightful, will read again.

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  3. It makes perfect sence for citizens to patrol our streets! All these corrupt deputies are not. All of them are new and have no clue anyway. if you choose to speed you should be pulled over. Why be riding the roads that late anyway. Many citizen patrols do a great job. Ana does not care and knows anyway. She wants all the help she can get. With all the people leaving or brand new they need help.

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    1. So all the deputies are corrupt, or are all the "new" deputies corrupt? Please clarify.

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  4. Sawed off shotgun? That's a felony in Alabama! Why in the world did Sain not arrest him? You say he was "doing the right thing", do you really think ignoring a felony weapons violation is the "right thing" to do?

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    1. Check your law before you throw stones, there is a thing called legal length, your stretching it to accuse an officer to turn a blind eye to an illegal weapon.

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    2. I've made no such accusation, but Glenda has. Glenda Lockhart claims it was a "sawed off shotgun", clearly a felony in this state. If it wasn't a "sawed off shotgun", then once again, Glenda is a liar.

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  5. This is in fact concerning, regardless if it's tied to Ana or her daughter, because we don't have absolute proof. We all can agree it's alarming. If I don't see beefed up patrol... it certainly will not look good on Ana or what the hell she could be up too. I don't care if your daughter knows him. You need to start acting like a real sheriff. You remind me of drug dealers, always having a front to sell, doing shady shit behind the good citizens of Morgan countys back. Too many stories, it looks suspicious my dear. You associate with waaaay to many people who are clucked out of their mind being under the influence of "something." When they get that way, I hear some disturbing stories with too many details that make me wonder about you.

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  6. Soooo anyone that can troll the streets with a video camera. Proof equals power, right? I have installed one in my car now. I think we have a lot of great deputies but I have been pulled over in the last few months for no reason by a deputy coburn. 3 times. I am a law abiding citizen. Can they just do that? He asked for my license and my insurance. But never told me why he pulled me over. He did not ask for my registeration

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    1. We've all heard the "I got pulled over for NO reason" story all our lives. 3 times? By the same deputy? No reason?
      That is certainly a lie, and that makes you a liar. Your reply should be interesting, make sure you use "caps lock" so we know when you are shouting.

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    2. Who knows? He might have video evidence now. Coburn needs about 5 recorders on him at all times.

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    3. Coburn, don't you remember what I said to you? Or were you too high? I asked you what criminal did I look like to you today? You grit your teeth, got red, and sweated it out. In this county they make shit up to pull you over. I am not a liar...I have no reason to do such a thing. I Wasn't arrested, didn't do anything wrong, but if I breathed funny he would have had a heart attack, he seems to have issues. He definitely needs cameras on/with him.

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    4. Nobody believes you, really they don't. Just keep playing the victim, it'll all work out.
      BTW, not Coburn, but he seems like a nice-enough guy.

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  7. "So who's the weirdo"

    How ironic

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