Chronicle: “Take me home to Tennessee or else take me to jail”

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Chronicle: “Take me home to Tennessee or else take me to jail”
  • Chronicle: “Take me home to Tennessee or else take me to jail.”
  • Hispanic drunk takes a drink at the entrance of someone else’s house.
  • The police came after receiving a call from the residents of the house.

Chronicle: “Take me home to Tennessee or else take me to jail.” There are people who are even capable of crying and begging not to be taken to jail, but believe it or not, there are many others who want the opposite, especially those who have already had several experiences behind bars, because they reach the point of losing the fear of being deprived of their freedom.


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This was precisely the case of a drunk Hispanic from Georgia who last week came to the house where he used to live who knows how long ago, sat on one of the chairs he found outside, opened one of many beer cans that he was carrying and started drinking right outside the front door as if he were on his own property.

Chronicle: “Take me home to Tennessee or else, to jail”: Drunk, but not a liar

Chronicle house Tennessee jail
Norcross Police Department

When officers from the Norcross (Georgia) Police Department responded to an emergency call from residents of the home alerting them that an unknown man was obstructing their entry and exit, they went to the scene immediately. First came Officer G. Spenser and then his partner, S. Wilthire.

The uniformed men approached the individual who, upon seeing them arrive, did not even flinch. Of course, he did not lie to them either, because when they asked him if he lived there, he simply kept silent, because everything you say can be used against him once the person is arrested.

Chronicle: “Take me home to Tennessee or else to jail”: “I’m waiting for my children”

Chronicle house Tennessee jail
Norcross Police Department

When they asked him the obvious, that if he was drinking, he replied that “yes, a little” … Then the patrols explained that they were there because they had denounced him as a strange invader and that the best thing would be for him to leave immediately. to avoid legal problems.

“My children come for me. I’m waiting for you ”, the stranger replied. “Have you called them yet?” They questioned him again. “No, because I can’t find my phone,” he told them. “Then you must decide what you want to do, but it must be now, because you cannot continue here,” Agent Spencer told him.

Chronicle: “Take me home to Tennessee or else to jail”: “I can give you a ride to a hotel if you like”

Chronicle house Tennessee jail
Norcross Police Department

Agent Wilthire offered the man to take him home, to a hospital in case he felt bad, or even to a hotel to rest, but he rejected these offers and stressed that what he wanted was to stay there, that he was not making any trouble for anyone.

“You can’t stay here. You must choose where to go or if not, you will end up in jail ”, they told him. “It’s okay. Take me to prison ”, he replied. For which he was handcuffed on the spot and taken to the Gwinnett County Detention Center. In the prison they identified him as Nestor Antonio Gutiérrez, a 57-year-old Nicaraguan citizen.

Chronicle: “Take me home to Tennessee or else to jail”: Has extensive knowledge of that precinct

Chronicle house Tennessee jail
Norcross Police Department

It caught my attention because this drunk Hispanic did not feel the slightest fear or concern of going to a cold cell, so I did a more thorough search of his judicial file and I got a huge surprise, because it is not the the first time he is imprisoned there and it will surely not be the last.

In the last 20 years, the Central American has been arrested a dozen times for different violations of the law, most of them related to his addiction to liquor. They have accused him of offenses ranging from intoxication on public roads, to driving drunk, causing an accident and hitting the road.

Chronicle: “Take me home to Tennessee or else to jail”: Even judges have been disrespected

Chronicle house Tennessee jail
Norcross Police Department

One of the many times that the Nicaraguan was arrested, he was accused of misusing his whistle. Everything indicates that he was whistling in terror with his car, which caught the attention of a policeman. He only wanted to fine him, but he took him to prison for driving without a license, to top it all …

On that occasion when he went to court, he was disrespectful to the judge in charge of his case, which aggravated his situation. In total, Nestor has had to pay more than $ 20,000 in pure infractions. I don’t know how he has done it, because he doesn’t have a job, but well, I hope one day he will learn his lesson. Thank you for reading my chronicle today in MundoHispánico. Until next time.

Chronicle: Man with coronavirus spits in the face of an officer

Man with coronavirus spits in officer's face
(Photo by John Moore / Getty Images)

Every day the police risk their lives with so many crazy people who are out there on the loose, full of hatred and, to top it off, armed. They know perfectly well that each day can be the last of their lives and that the probability that someone will suddenly shoot them is too high, either for revenge or to avoid arrest.

But what the uniformed men never expect is that an individual appears trying to infect them with some deadly disease. For something like this is what they are least prepared for in the Police Academies, since that possibility is almost nil, but unfortunately, all of them never arrive.

Richard was arrested for traffic violations: Chronicle Man coronavirus spits

Richard was arrested for traffic violations

Last weekend, Hall County (Georgia) authorities tried to stop a driver who ran two red lights. When a local patrolman saw him, he turned on the lights and sirens to stop him, but the driver did the opposite, as he accelerated to escape them.

In the end, after a chase of more than 80 miles per hour, they managed to corner him, but instead of getting out of the vehicle and turning himself in, he acted in an intimidating way as to show that he was willing to run over anyone who tried to handcuff him. In fact, it was about to hit one of the patrols. Filed Under: Chronicle Coronavirus Man Spits

With much effort they managed to catch him

With much effort they managed to catch him
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He was so hysterical that half a dozen officers had to intervene to apprehend him, but even as the handcuffs were placed on him, the driver objected with all his might. He was literally enraged for some reason that so far no one knows.

Ultimately, he would only get a couple of tickets for the traffic violations he committed that were the initial reason why the first patrolman went after him. Until they had submitted it, they realized that it was Richard Edward Kane, a 39-year-old American. Filed Under: Tennessee Drunk Hispanic Chronicle

He arrived at jail with a worse attitude: Chronicle Man coronavirus spits

Came to jail with a worse attitude
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According to the official report, even though he was already officially arrested, Richard was still threatening and downloadable. He insulted every uniformed man he saw nearby as he wanted, and as if that weren’t enough, he suddenly did something that further complicated his legal situation.

He spat in the face of one of the guards and told him clearly that he was passing the COVID-19. After doing some tests, they confirmed that, indeed, a couple of days ago he had been diagnosed positive, so evidently his action was with all the bad intention of infecting it, for which he was also accused of aggravated assault. Filed Under: Tennessee Drunk Hispanic Chronicle

Will it be okay in the head ?: Chronicle Man coronavirus spits

now he will be in serious trouble
(AP Photo / Gerald Herbert, File)

Richard was transferred to a medical center for a psychiatric evaluation, as his behavior has left many doubts about whether his mental condition could be bad. But in the meantime, he faces state charges for all the crimes he committed in connection with this arrest.

He faces charges of dangerous conduct, aggravated assault to the detriment of a representative of law and order, trying to elude the police, resisting arrest, obstruction of prosecution and causing damage to government property, among others, according to court records, charges for which he could easily spend several years in prison. Filed Under: Tennessee Drunk Hispanic Chronicle

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