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Woman threatened stepson after drinking his booze — for 9 hours September 19, 2014

Filed under: Abuse,Alcohol,Bad Mother,Bizzarre,Controversy,Dispute,Drunk,Dumb,Florida Nut,WTF? — floridaduh @ 1:36 pm

A Flagler County woman is accused of drinking for nine hours and threatening her stepson with his pellet gun when he tried to prevent her from polishing off his liquor.

sfl-flduh-stepson-booze-9-hours-20140918-001Laurie Ann Marlow, 55, was arrested at 7:15 p.m. Wednesday and charged with aggravated assault with a deadly weapon after deputies were called to her home on County Road 3006 in western Flagler County to investigate a disturbance, a sheriff’s report states.

A deputy reported Marlow appeared to be under the influence, the report states. She said she had been arguing with her 21-year-old stepson, Taylor Marlow, and that he and his brother, William, 25, left the house with two rifles, including one that they had fought over.

“He advised that Laurie had found liquor that he had hidden in his room and that she had consumed a large amount of it,” the report states.

The brothers then “heard a loud banging noise coming from within the house” so Taylor Marlow ran to the backyard and entered through a rear entrance that leads directly to his bedroom, according to the report.

“As Taylor opened the door he observed that Laurie had broken down the locked door and was grabbing his pellet gun,” the deputy reported. “Laurie proceeded to turn around and point the gun into Taylor’s face.”

He told the deputy the barrel of the gun was about a foot away from his face and he believed she would shoot him, the report states.

Taylor Marlow’s brother, William Marlow told the deputy he did not see what happened from outside the home but heard his brother say, “Are you kidding me right now? Are you seriously pulling a gun on me?”

William Marlow said he then heard the two wrestling over the gun.

Taylor Marlow got the gun away from his stepmother and his brother took it from him and hid it in the car, the report states.

Taylor Marlow told the deputy it’s not the first time a situation like this has occurred.

“He advised that Laurie had pulled a real firearm on their father, and she hits their father on a regular basis,” the deputy reported.

Laurie Marlow was booked into the Flagler County Detention Facility where she remained Thursday on $2,000 bail.

 

A night in the drunk tank beats having your mom come and haul you away in front of your buds September 18, 2014

A 24-year-old Shalimar man is charged with disobeying officers’ orders after they called his mother to come pick him up.

sfl-flduh-mom-drunken-man-20140917-001Fort Walton Beach Police officers were called to a disturbance on Sept. 7, according to the arrest report. When they arrived, they found Clifton Gautreaux, who was “extremely intoxicated and unwilling to cooperate with law enforcement.”

He refused to calm down and speak with officers and was eventually detained for safety reasons, the report said. Officers called his mother, who came to the scene to take him home.

When she got there, the handcuffs were removed and Gautreaux was told to go straight to his mother’s vehicle, according to the report. He was told not to return to the property.

He was “extremely defiant and angry,” the report said. Once released, he walked to his mother’s vehicle, but refused to get inside.

He then said “I need to get my skateboard,” and walked past the officer back to the residence, according to the report. He refused to listen to officers ordering him to go back to the vehicle.

When officers placed him under arrest, he refused to put his hands behind his back, the report said. He then told officers, “You can’t even move me,” and tried to stand still to avoid being put in the patrol car.

Officers “forcibly” put him into the vehicle, according to the report.

He is charged with trespassing in a structure or conveyance and resisting or obstructing an officer without violence.

 

Woman bodybuilder dubbed “Little Monster” freaks out at party September 16, 2014

Dani Reardon screamed when police arrived.

sfl-flduh-bodybuilder-little-monster-20140915-001Then the award-winning female bodybuilder, described online as “jacked, vascular, & ripped,” cracked the windshield of her boyfriend’s pickup with a kick, police said.

Later, the 24-year-old slammed her head repeatedly into the cage of an Edgewood patrol vehicle as she was taken to the Orange County Jail, a report said.

Reardon — whose body reeked of alcohol — was charged with resisting arrest without violence and battery (domestic violence) early Sunday, police said.

The alleged victim was her live-in boyfriend of three years, Ian Schofield, who said he didn’t want to press charges.

Reardon, also known online as “Little Monstar” is a pro competitor for the International Federation of Bodybuilding and Fitness, meaning she’s won at least one regional contest in a specific weight class.

That happened in November 2012, when she was declared a Class A Winner at the National Physique Committee competition in Atlanta.

“Danielle has very pretty lines,” the judges said, according to the NPC website. “She needs to improve her conditioning at the next level.”

On her website, Reardon expresses her love for posing and optimism for the future, saying she is on her way to the “big stage.” But she went to the big house after police got a disturbance call just before 2 a.m. Sunday in Edgewood, south of downtown Orlando, at a house on Oak Lynn Drive.

 

Drunk woman tried to pick up kid at school, hit 2 cars September 9, 2014

A New Port Richey woman who deputies say was drunk, wound up getting into trouble after trying to pick up a child from school.

sfl-flduh-elementary-school-drunk-20140908-001The staff at Trinity Elementary School say Renata Congleton, 27, was extremely intoxicated when she arrived at the school last Friday afternoon and tried to pick up the child.

Congleton hit two vehicles and left the school before Pasco County Sheriff’s deputies arrived, according to an arrest affidavit.

Deputies later found Congleton sitting by her front door. They say she swore at them when they asked her a question and continued to curse when they asked more questions.

Deputies say Congleton did admit she was involved in an accident. When a deputy went to handcuff her, she pulled away and kicked and scratched the deputy.

A test found Congleton’s blood alcohol level to be .413. In Florida, it is illegal to drive with a blood alcohol level of .08 or higher.

Congleton was charged with neglect of a child, battery on a law enforcement officer, and resisting an officer with violence. Bond was set at $15,000.

 

Yo, bud, there’s no such thing as a free ride from cops, unless it’s one to jail September 4, 2014

An Ocala man who called 911 numerous times and cursed dispatchers, and who wanted officers to give him a ride, was arrested Tuesday on the charge of misuse of 911.

sfl-flduh-911-ride-drink-cops-say-20140903-001Officers had gone to the home of Adam D. Lanquist, 34, where they arrested his girlfriend, Laquttia M. Howard, 37, at 9:48 p.m. on a charge of domestic battery after it was reported that she had slapped him in the face.

Prior to the officers arriving, Lanquist had called 911 multiple times and yelled at dispatchers. After Howard’s arrest, Lanquist continued to call 911 and argue with dispatchers, telling them that she needed to go to a mental health facility and not the Marion County Jail, police said.

Police said Lanquist also called 911 operators 11 times to ask if officers could give him a ride to a store so he could get a drink.

Lanquist was arrested at 10:24 p.m. Tuesday.

He and Howard remained at the jail on Wednesday.

 

Troopers: I-75 wrong-way DUI suspect wanted ride home September 2, 2014

sfl-flduh-wrongway-driver-20140831-001While troopers were on patrol of I-75 early Saturday morning, they spotted a driver in a Chevrolet Impala heading eastbound near Naples at a high rate of speed.  The driver was pulled over after radar estimated the vehicle’s speed at 106 mph in a 70 mph zone.

As they were writing up the driver for excess speed, a driver in a Cadillac was heading westbound in the eastbound lanes.  The troopers managed to flag the driver down and get him to pull over.  It took them several tries for to get the driver to put the car in park and get out of the vehicle.

The troopers believed the driver to be intoxicated based on what they saw, according to the arrest report.

They attempted to conduct a sobriety test which the driver identified as 54-year-old David Johnsen refused to cooperate.  During their interview, the troopers say the driver claimed to be a retired cop from Duluth, MN and wanted a ride home.

Johnsen got a ride to the Collier County Jail on a DUI charge where he posted a $1000 bond.

 

It looks like things were definitely not peachy at the Jus’ Beachy Bar September 1, 2014

Filed under: Alcohol,Brides,Controversy,Drunk,Dumb,Fight,Stupid,Weird,WTF? — floridaduh @ 3:29 pm

Two men are facing charges after Volusia County deputies said they started a fight at a bar Wednesday night.

Staff at the Jus’ Beachy Bar on Ocean Shore Boulevard claimed they refused to serve alcohol to 54-year-old Faisal Albagdadi and 30-year-old Ahmed Hindi after they walked into the bar already drunk.

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“I need cops at Jus’ Beachy Pecker’s Pub immediately. I got a huge fight going. I mean they’re tearing (expletive) up,” the caller told 911 dispatchers. “We wouldn’t even serve him when he came in, he was so drunk.”

Deputies said that’s when the men got angry and attacked the customers.

“They’re using chairs and everything else,” the caller told dispatchers.

Deputies said the men smashed six bar stools, threw several glasses that cut one woman in the eye and beat up a couple of men. At one point, the fight got so out of control, the dispatcher couldn’t get a hold of the caller.

The men took off before deputies arrived, but the caller was able to get their tag number and the description of their car. Ormond Beach police then quickly tracked down the car and arrested the men.

The arrest report showed that not only did Hindi deny initiating the bar fight, deputies said Albagdadi was uncooperative and threatened to “kidnap an American and behead him, once he’s released from jail.”

Both men face criminal mischief and battery charges. The other customers were not seriously injured. However, the men allegedly caused more than $1,200 in damage.

 

 
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