Sometimes people have a go at the police for no good reason. They do a hard job, and in reality get very little thanks for it. Yes, you will always have idiots that abuse their position, but in general I think they do a great job.
However, when a man breaks into your house, floods the kitchen and smears poo on the floor but doesn’t get arrested, you know there is something going slightly wrong.
This is what happened in Idaho, where Matthew Coomes, 25, is alleged to have broke into Tricia Gillaspy’s home, but the responding cops let him go with just two citations for misdemeanour’s.
A Big Shock
The family woke up to find the man walking around their house, and Mr Gillaspy got his gun.
“He’s like, ‘Get out of my house, now!’ But the guy wouldn’t leave. So, he puts the gun to his head, and says, ‘I said, get out!'” Mars Gillaspy explained.
At this point Coomes sensibly left the building before getting his brains blown out. However, he wouldn’t vacate the yard of the house until the police turned up and removed him.
As the Gillaspy’s had a look round the house, they saw that Coomes allegedly left his messy mark.
“He craps on my floor, and he must have been playing in it because he streaked it down the side of my walls,” Gillaspy said.
It seems that Coomes also flooded the kitchen by turning on a sink sprayer and placing it into a draw.
Coomes told police he didn’t remember going into the home, though he admitted that he’d been drinking. He also couldn’t explain how poo got on the carpet or why a t-shirt and a pair of pants he was wearing ended up on the floor of the home.
Unsurprisingly, the lady of the house isn’t really impressed that he was driven home after the event.
“I go running out the door, and am like, ‘What are you doing!?’ I’m like, ‘This guy deserves to go to jail!'” It’s just frustrating that I’ve had to fight to stay safe in my own home.”
The Kuna Police later admitted that Coomes should have been arrested, and he may well face a charge of malicious injury to property at a later date.
I know full well I wouldn’t be impressed if someone rocked up to my house and started pooing on the floor. I’m quite sensitive like that!
This is a far cry from the naked woman who broke into a house in Georgia and hid in the wardrobe last week. She might have been hot at least.
Guys pooing in my living room is where I draw the line!
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