Separate names with a comma.
Discussion in 'Scott & Wes Frog Fan Forum' started by Double D, Sep 21, 2015.
I laughed hard....
Drop the charges!!!
Keystone Light isn't sold by the case. 12 packs. 18 packs. 30 stones.
See you Saturday Mike!!
Just list the address so if anybody wants to leave a lit poo bag. Nobody gets hurt, just some stank shoe.
Better not. I'd probably get liquored up and go whack them with a crowbar.
I hear ya. About 15-20 KFC posters would PM each other to show up at the house at a select time. I figure the age range would be between 25-65 with them calling the occupants out to throw down. Then take their beer.
You can leave that at 2902 Merida Ave., but I doubt they will be able to figure out where the smell is coming from.
except for Swanson. He'd steal their Chardonnay.
Ha, and uh oh.
Names and locations are part of the "top sheet," which is not subject to 108. 108's purpose is to protect the "work product" of the DA's office so as not to inhibit the prosecution's ability to protect sensitive investigative information from media and, in the past, to be able to keep the offense report away from the defense attorney. Names of witnesses and offense locations are not in that category and never have been.
What of it?!?!
Ditto the uh oh.
Ironic... a few football players are SAE. Wonder their thoughts on the situation
Not if all they have is more crappy Keystone.
It's in the police report published by NBC5 on their website.
A nice little Afternoon White. It's acceptable in the heat of the day.
I would never admit to knowing that.
Fail. Names of witnesses are specifically noted to NOT be included in "top sheet" information. Only the complainant and arrestees are identified in basic info under 552.108.
OK but still, not a great look. We need to put down the torches and pitchforks, has to be a better way to deal with this- AFTER the facts all come out, at least more than they have so far.