Felix Reagan presented a rather curious alleged burglar for police . . . after they took a look at the family dog.
Reagan allegedly broke into a home during daylight hours. He proceeded to steal various items but then also elected to paint the family dog purple.
He did not make probable cause or prosecution particularly challenging: he was found with prescription pills and a driver’s license and credit cards with the names and address of the victim. Oh yeah, he also had purple paint all over his pants.
To make matter worse, he allegedly tried to kick out the windows of the cruiser and kicked a police officer twice.
He now faces breaking and entering in the daytime with the intent to commit a felony, larceny of a motor vehicle, destruction of property, cruelty to animals, possession of a class A substance, possession of a class E substance and two counts of assault and battery on a police officer.
10 thoughts on “Can You Guess What This Man Was Charged With?”
One flew over the cuckoos nest. This one landed.
OMG, this has been up for hours and nobody did a Purple Dog Poem???
Pack O’ Deliriums???
A Child’s Poem by Squeeky Fromm
I never saw a purple dog,
That is, when I’m not drinking. . .
Sooo, if I saw one sober it
Must be DT’s*, I’m thinking.
And why, oh why a purple dog?
Is the next thought I’d think. . .
And why not the traditional
Pachyderm who is pink???
Notes: * DT’s is short for Delirium Tremens. About which Wiki says:
Obviously the above poem is based on Gilette Burgess, the guy who invented the razor’s, famous poem, to wit:
We need more state mental hospitals and we need lax laws for locking wackos up and throwing away the key.
His charge is probably escaping from the mental health wing of some institution, failing to take his Haldol, or failing to go to the Crisis Clinic when he was desperate for help.
And a razor, that is a bad neck beard.
He should have stolen some Clearasil. Regarding the purple dog. Obviously his tribute to Prince.
Give him the right to vote.
Yeah, well, his name is Felix…..
Tin, you beat me to it! Ha!
Apparently it was a case of reincarnated revenge…
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