10/4/2019 Just after Midnight, Officer D. Torstrick (Too Strict) is conversing with a certain 38 year old Ms. Michelle Jones Overton of Middlesboro over on 19th street and Cumberland Avenue. I have no idea what the discussion entailed but apparently a bag of meth just “fell out of her bra”. Officer Jeremiah Johnson (J.J.) saw the whole thing. The women tell me that a good bra can cost as much as 100 bucks. I would hope that with that price it could contain not just what it’s designed for, but perhaps a bag of meth and your bank roll. A lady wouldn’t want to lose her stash out at Walmart because of a cheap bra I guess. Anyhow, Ms. Overton was escorted down to the Pineville Center for Bad Bras and Meth bags where she is still staying under a 1500.00 “Cash” bond. Public Intoxication and Possession of Meth are her charges.
Ms. Jones Overton’s past charges include but are not limited to:
Bench Warrant X6
Escape 3rd Degree X1
Public Intoxication (excludes alcohol) X1
Fleeing and Evading Police (On Foot) X1
10/2/2019 Just before Midnight Officer Too Strict arrests 21 year old McKinley Lawson of New Tazewell Tennessee at the Circle K on Cumberland Avenue. The Police Report doesn’t give me any more to the story than the charges which are:
Forgery 1st Degree
Possession of controlled substance 1st degree/1st offense (Methamphetamine).
Possession of marijuana
Drug Paraphernalia Buy/Possess.
Young Mr. Lawson was taken down the Pineville Big Orange Welcome Center where he’s still staying under a 1500.00 dollar “Cash” bond. He missed the Georgia game. I could not find any other records in Bell County on Mr. Lawson. Let us hope he keeps it that way.
Well that was short and sweet huh? I just wanted to introduce you to one of The Swarm’s new members Officer D. Torstrick (Too Strict). He’s been on a tear lately and I’ll be telling you more in a bit.
Now I know why we don’t have lady police officers in this area. We can’t afford the bras. A bra for every day of the week …dang!!! I guess also they got to have a couple specialty bras if they go out or 4 wheeling or something. That’s a lotta damn money you know but considering the valuables, I guess we better find the cash.
Thank you for your service Officer Torstrick.
Go Team Middlesboro!!!
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