Edgar McLellan, 57, was charged with trespassing and felony vandalism but it is the act of trespass that will make him something of a standout in the cellblock.
McLellan is charged with tearing down a neighbor’s home with his backhoe after a feud with John Hidgon. Hidgon himself was arrested for reckless endangerment just hours earlier after he allegedly fired a gun in the woods at suspected burglars. John told deputies he believed the camo-clad men were employees working for McClellan.
Hidgon’s family has to live in a camper since the house is no longer habitable.
John told deputies he believed the intruders were employees working for McClellan.
The National Hoe Association (NHA) insists however that backhoes do not crush homes, people crush homes.
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Why? What’s the point of the “guess the crime” series? Are we supposed to be surprised? Learn valuable lessons?
Classic white man crime.
Another sloppy posting in terms of being factually comprehensible. Based on the account it is Hidgon’s family that ought be living in the camper, yes?
Every time I see one of these postings, I think choosing a Darwin Award winner must be a challenging experience.
QUOTE “McLellan’s family has to live in a camper since the house is no longer habitable.”
So where is John Hidgon staying??
I can not guess what the person is charged with.
Such a lovely neighborhood
The National Ho Association, on the other hand, had no comment.
“The National Hoe Association (NHA) insists however that back hoes do not crush homes, people crush homes.”
That’s a hoot.
And do a damn fine job of it as well!!
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