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CrimeBoy stabs brother, says jail's better than 8-hour drive, Florida deputies say

00:35  08 july  2019
00:35  08 july  2019 Source:   wesh.com

Teen Allegedly Stabs Older Brother: 'I'd Rather Be in Jail Than 8 Hours in the Car With Him'

Teen Allegedly Stabs Older Brother: 'I'd Rather Be in Jail Than 8 Hours in the Car With Him' The teen was charged with aggravated battery with a deadly weapon. A 13-year-old Tennessee boy who allegedly stabbed his older brother said he doesn't regret doing so, according to authorities. Deputies with the Okaloosa County Sheriff’s Office were called to a Florida road on Saturday where they found a 15-year-old bleeding from multiple stab wounds in a car. His brother, 13, was arrested and charged with aggravated battery with a deadly weapon, according to the sheriff's office.

Sequoyah County Sheriff Larry Lane said Deputy Christian Goode was sore from two stab wounds but was out of the hospital and doing well considering Lane said Goode began to search the house and went back out to get Roberts to go through the home with him. As the two officers were conducting

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Florida authorities say a 13-year-old Tennessee boy charged with stabbing his brother told investigators he'd rather go to jail than spend 8 hours in the car with his sibling.

Deputies with the Okaloosa County Sheriff's Office arrested the boy Saturday and charged him with aggravated battery with a deadly weapon. Investigators say he stabbed his 15-year-old brother in the arm three times with a pocket knife.

As he was being questioned about the incident, he said he understood his rights and that he didn't regret stabbing his brother, who had been teasing him. Deputies say the boy told them, "I'd rather be in jail than eight hours in the car with him."

Orange County deputies arrest carjacking suspect they say couldn’t drive stick shift

Orange County deputies arrest carjacking suspect they say couldn’t drive stick shift A carjacking attempt was thwarted Tuesday when the would-be thief was unable to drive the stick shift vehicle he tried to steal, deputies said. Officials with the Orange County Sheriff’s Office said Jaelyn Alexander, 25, carjacked an elderly man at the intersection of East Colonial Drive and Dean Road a little before noon. He quickly realized he couldn’t drive the manual transmission car that he’d gotten into, so deputies said he stole another car and took off. Deputies said they spotted Alexander a short time later and he was taken into custody. Alexander is charged with carjacking, battery on a victim over 65 and grand theft.

No Role Modelz - J.Cole 2014 Forest Hills Drive *I do not own this music. "Sorry I'm never comin' home I'ma stay for good " Then hang the phone up, and proceed to lay the wood I came fast There' s an old saying in Tennessee - I know it' s in Texas - probably in Tennessee that says fool me once

Mama told me when I was young Come sit beside me my only son And listen closely to what I say And if you do this it'll help you some sunny day. Boy don't you worry, you'll find yourself Follow your heart and nothing else And you can do this Oh baby if you try All that I want for you my son is to be satisfied.

The boys live in Clarksville, Tennessee, northwest of Nashville.

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