It’s allllliiivve! After a period of technical difficulty, Sentinel blogs are back up. Hooray!
The saga of the woman accused last month of throwing a duck around is still continuing. Michelle Love was arrested last month in the Pleasure Point-area after authorities received reports of an intoxicated woman who was refusing to leave a business and was also pulling a duck around on some sort of leash. She was also reported to have thrown it to the ground at least once. Love was back in court last week for what was supposed to have been an arraignment, but prosecutors are still reviewing the investigation and have not yet filed charges. The next court has not yet been set. The duck remains in the custody of the county’s animal shelter.
In other news, last week police arrested a man on the 1100 block of Pacific Avenue after he reportedly threatened to fight a First Alarm guard and others who were in the near vicinity. Russell Everett Reeder, of Grand Junction, Colo., was arrested and charged with violating his probation and making threats. A mere week later, the 22-year-old was arrested again, this time for shoplifting from a downtown business. In yesterday’s incident, he gave the police four different names, but unfortunately for him, one of the officers recognized him from the previous week’s occurrence. Ooops. He’s now charged with violating probation and giving officers a false identification.
And last but certainly not list, this little tidbit comes from our sister paper in Vallejo. A man there was found stuck in a child’s swing on Saturday morning, where he’d been for about nine hours. A groundskeeper apparently heard his screams the next morning.
From the Times-Herald of Vallejo:
The man told police that he had been stuck in the swing since 9 p.m. Friday after he allegedly made a $100 bet with his friends. He proceeded to lube himself with laundry detergent to get into the swing, police said.
The friends then reportedly left him swinging through the night