MARK AND PATRICIA McCLOSKEY PLEAD GUILTY TO CHARGES (VIDEO)

The St. Louis couple who were seen holding firearms as Black Lives Matter (BLM) activists approached their home pleaded guilty to several misdemeanor charges and surrendered their guns.

Will Surrender Guns

Mark McCloskey, a lawyer, pleaded guilty to a Class C misdemeanor of fourth-degree assault, while his wife, Patricia McCloskey, pleaded guilty to a Class A misdemeanor of second-degree harassment. They will pay the maximum fines of $2,000 and $750, and they won’t serve any jail time.

More notably, however, the two will be forced to forfeit the weapons they were holding when they confronted BLM protesters who were marching near their home last summer.

DAWG SAYS: THEY CALL IT A VICTORY AFTER ALL THE BLUSTERING THEY DID ABOUT THEIR RIGHTS, AND ALSO GIVING UP THE GUNS THEY HAD.

MAYBE THEY WERE NOT SO RIGHT AFTER ALL.


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GARDEN GROVE OFFICER FACING CHARGES


Garden Grove police officer charged with beating, threatening homeless men while on duty

A Garden Grove police officer is facing misdemeanor charges after battering and threatening homeless people while on duty late last year in incidents captured on body-worn camera, prosecutors said Wednesday.

Officer Kevin Dinh carried out the beatings on at least two separate occasions, both times while the men’s hands were restrained, the Orange County District Attorney’s Office said in a news release.

The first was on Sept. 20, when Dinh and a partner were sent to a restaurant that had complained people living on the streets were refusing to leave the storefront, the DA’s office said.

Dinh allegedly knocked one of the men up the back of his head while holding the victim’s hands in the air. He then twisted the man’s hands while holding them behind his back, and he threatened to knock the victim’s teeth out if he saw him again, prosecutors said.

The next month, on Oct. 18, Dinh was with two other officers investigating a package theft at a bus stop. As a homeless suspect sat handcuffed, Dihn struck the man’s head and pulled his hair while saying something to him, officials said.

The theft suspect was uncuffed and released after officers spoke with him, according to the DA’s office.

Police say they learned of the incidents in October after they were reported by another police officer who witnessed them.


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WHAT HAPPENS WHEN MIKKI DEES WONT MAKE YOUR SLUSHIE RIGHT (VIDEO)

WHAT HAPPENS WHEN MIKKI DEES WONT MAKE YOUR SLUSHIE RIGHT

Video footage has caught the moment an aggressive altercation broke out between a female customer and McDonald’s employees over mixing up a slushie.


The woman became enraged and assaulted staff when she was told that she could not mix flavors together in her slushie drink.

The incident took place on the morning of Monday, June 14 at a McDonald’s restaurant in Ravenna, Ohio.


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