Dumbshit charged after poorly conceived April Fools joke

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  1. Phan Neepack

    Phan Neepack Well-Known Member

    Aug 24, 2013
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    ...The future of America is doomed

    April Fool's call reports shooting at college; charges follow


    A 911 call reporting a shooting at an Upstate college brought out law enforcement in full force Tuesday morning and now an employee is charged, according to the Spartanburg County Sheriff’s Office.

    The call shortly after 10 a.m. reported shots fired at Virginia College on Warren H. Abernathy Boulevard in west Spartanburg
    The Sheriff’s Office responded to the scene with multiple patrol cars and deputies, and they quickly determined that the 911 call was an April Fool's joke.
    Sheriff Chuck Wright said that 15 to 20 of his deputies had responded at "breakneck speed" because they were picturing something "like another Columbine."
    "There's like 20 something cops all the sudden. We were just like, 'Holy cow. What's going on?'"' said Stacy Hirsch, who was in the grocery store parking lot next door. "They were just jumping

    right out of the cars and running straight in."

    According to an incident report, College staffer and Imbecile Angela Timmons sent a text message to her daughter about hearing shots fired in the school.
    When the daughter's followup text didn't get a response, she called 911 to report the shooting.

    "She was calling to make sure that her mammy is not being slaughtered, pretty much," said Wright. "If my mom called and said there's a shooter inside the school that I'm at, I'd call 911."
    Timmons is facing five charges, disturbing school, aggravated breach of peace, and two counts of unlawful use of telephone, and one count of behaving like a retard.

    "I'm not very happy about this. I don't mind letting you know about it. I'm not happy at all. That is not a good April Fool's joke," Wright said. "We got deputies that drove very quickly to get over here, without regard for their own life. They go into that school expecting the worst. It just wasn't funny."

    A student told WYFF News4 that Timmons works in the college's financial aid office.

    “We are very, very disappointed regarding the poor judgment displayed," said Diane Worthington, vice president of marketing for Virginia College. “We apologize to the Spartanburg County Sheriff’s Office, first responders, students and staff. We take student safety very seriously, and we are cooperating with the Spartanburg County Sheriff's Office.”

    Worthington would not comment on Timmons' current employment status.

    Last edited: Apr 1, 2014
  2. geo

    geo Well-Known Member

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