Mary Frances Alday became enraged when a cashier informed her that store policy forced her to decline the coupon because it was printed off an online site. Alday allegedly started cursing out the employee, then struck her with a shopping cart before being escorted to the parking lot – where she told the manager, “I have something in my car for you.” Alday then pulled out a loaded .38 caliber revolver and sped off, only to be pulled over by cops who tried to disarm her. Alday refused, telling them, “You are not taking my gun” … a statement that she soon found to be untrue. She’s currently awaiting trial on four counts of assault.
Officers were called to a resort to investigate reports that drunken kids were smashing bottles on the property. When they arrived, they nabbed Chris Brennan in the act and tossed him in the cruiser, where he began thrashing around and bashing his head on the window and the divider between front and back seats. Brennan began screaming at the officer who’d cuffed him and threatened to pee everywhere – a threat he followed through on, wetting down the seats, the cop’s cell phone, personal property and even his meal.
A Mass convenience store employee watched Jonathan Scull stick 2 cans of Pabst Blue Ribbon into his trousers and followed him outside, where she asked him about the bulge around his ankle –which he said was part of his manhood. When she laughed off the notion, he reached down, grabbed the can and lobbed it at her head. Cops caught up with Scull near his home where & was handcuffed.