The Joker:

1/8/2019 just before 8 P.M. in the evening. Officer Kenny Vanover (Big K.) arrests Mr. Jordan Darrell Hobbs of Jacksboro Tennessee for shoplifting out at Belks in the Middlesboro Mall. Mr. Hobbs also has a bench warrant for “Receiving stolen Property” Apparently, Mr. Hobbs was trying to get 160 dollars worth of merchandise out of the store by passing all the pay points when Big K. nabbed him. MPD 1, Big Orange Crime Wave 0.

Mr. Hobbs was ushered down to the Pineville Center for Big Orange Shoplifters and placed under a 500 “Cash” Bond. A 500 Dollar “unsecured” bond is listed on the Warrant. Mr. Hobbs is currently still enjoying the accommodations in Pineville.

Mr. Hobbs was arrested in May of 2018 by The Kentucky State Police and charged with:

Failure To Appear

Failure To Pay court costs or fines.

He was released 24 hours later.

I get to see the Campbell County arrest records on a daily basis thanks to Mr. Jerry Chadwell and his efforts. I seldom see anyone from Eastern Ky. in those records. On the other hand, The Big Orange folks do like to cruise up to Eastern Ky. and try and get away with crimes. I wonder why the rich would come to rob the poor. One would think it would be the other way around. Maybe it’s just that one is more apt to get caught in Eastern Ky. than in Campbell County. I mean, the Campbell County Sheriff’s Face Book Page hasn’t been updated since September. At least the Lafollette Police sometimes post. Otherwise, without Jerry Chadwell one would never know of crime down there. Oh sorry, I should say…or unless leaked to the news people they want to have it. Anyhow, we’ll continue to scan the pages of the Eastern Kentucky jails for Big Orange arrests and be glad to send them out to those in East Tennessee whose authorities like to keep everything quiet.


“The following article is based on open and public records from the Middlesboro Police Department as well as The Bell County Detention Center Website and is written in the style of satire as an opinion piece not associated or based on the opinions of The Polygraph News, Incorporated—it’s founders, owners or staff.”