SOUTHAMPTON COUNTY —
A local middle school student held open a door at school, reportedly because someone had their hands full. But after that, the student was suspended.
All schools in Southampton County have tight security at the front door, and students are told not to open the door for anyone. But Superintendent Charles Turner tells NewsChannel 3 that the rule was disobeyed when the student opened the door for the woman with her hands full.
FBI agents raided a junkyard in Cincinnati and sent all 40 employees home, costing the business $50,000. The junkyard's owner is pissed because all the FBI thugs had to do was request the documents they wanted and he would have provided them. Just like Barry Cooper letting drug suspects run or the A&E show-cops in Detroit flash-banging an 8-year-old to death, these thugs just wanted an adrenaline rush.
“Why are you dragging me out of my home?” asked the terrified woman. “Why would you be pulling me out of my home?”
“Open the door,” insisted the assailant, using his weight advantage and leverage to extract the woman, who had braced herself against one side of the door while clinging desperately to the other with her right hand. As she lost her grip, the left side of Marcella’s body scraped painfully against the door frame before she was thrown to the ground.