You know, I used to often drink when I would be out writing, or maybe it was the other way around, either way I’m very glad to have never been incarcerated for drunk and writing. The following news piece should be a lesson learned for all of you who like to get a little tipsy when you’re out and about!
Athens police arrested two men yesterday morning and charged them with criminal mischief for painting graffiti on three storage buildings.
Police Captain Marty Bruce saie 23-year-old Luis Cuarado and 26-year-old Humberto Torres were each charged with three counts of third-degree criminal mischief and one count of public intoxication.
Bruce said Torres was also charged with carrying a concealed weapon after police found him carrying a pair of nunchuks.
Bruce said an officer saw the men drop some objects by a utility pole and noticed that Cuarado had red paint on his hand. The officer found two cans of red spray paint at the utility pole.
Bruce said Sergeant Jason White determined that Cuarado and Torres had painted graffiti on the three buildings near the Alabama Veterans Museum on Pryor Street.
Furthermore, nunchuks? Are you serious?!!? NUNCHUKS?!?!?