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Crazy People Are Dangerous: She Felt Like ‘She Needed to Hurt Somebody’

Posted on | April 11, 2019 | No Comments

 

Frightening news from New Jersey:

A South Jersey woman charged with torching her boyfriend’s house and displacing seven people told police she set the blaze because she was upset following a threesome she had with him and a second woman.
The Sunday night fire on Centre Street in Woodbury displaced residents from a home that had been converted into two apartments.
The boyfriend lived in one apartment and a family of six lived in the other, according to police. All escaped without injuries.
Two days after the blaze, Tasia S. Young, 33, of Woodbury, arrived at police headquarters and confessed to setting the fire because she felt “like she needed to hurt somebody,” according to her criminal complaint.
Young told police she was in a relationship with a man and that they had a sexual encounter with another woman on Saturday at his apartment.
When it was over, he summoned a cab for Young, but remained at his apartment with the other woman.
Young had been “going through a lot” and grew upset about her relationship, ultimately deciding to “burn his house down,” she told police.
She purchased lighter fluid and matches from a gas station on Sunday and traveled to the house, where she emptied the entire contents of the Zippo lighter fluid container on and under the front door. She lit a match, set a tissue on fire and tossed both on the lighter fluid.
Young told police she believed the other woman from the threesome was still in the apartment with her boyfriend at the time, though the report makes no mention of anyone else being in the apartment. . . .
She was charged with offenses including arson, aggravated assault, criminal mischief and multiple counts of endangering another person.

Look, I hate to be judgmental, but shouldn’t the fulfillment of wild erotic fantasies involve, y’know, attractive people? I mean, it was one thing when Hef was doing centerfold models two at a time at the Playboy mansion in Hollywood, but by the time this swinging lifestyle makes its way to New Jersey, it’s lost whatever excitement and glamour it once had. And then you call a cab for your girlfriend and she tries to kill you, so maybe you should just reconsider this whole “erotic fantasy fulfillment” thing before it gets you killed. Meanwhile, in Florida . . . 

 

Say hello to Oasis McLeod, 18, Jeniyah McLeod, 19, and Cecilia Young, 19. They had fun Wednesday in Pasco County:

Three naked women fresh from the shower at a Florida rest area told cops they were “air drying” in public when spotted by a witness who called 911, precipitating high-speed chases that resulted in the trio’s arrest on multiple felony charges.
The witness, cops say, reported that the women were at an Interstate 75 rest stop Wednesday morning, and that “all three of them” were “standing in the nude putting on suntan lotion.”
When a Florida Highway Patrol trooper arrived at the rest stop, the naked women explained that they had simply been “air drying” in the nude after showering. Before the cop could complete her investigation, however, the trio jumped into their Nissan Sentra and drove off on the highway.
The car was subsequently tracked to the parking lot of a convenience store that the trio — now apparently clothed — had entered. When a trooper sought to arrest one of the women leaving the store, the driver of the Nissan allegedly tried to strike him with the vehicle.
At that point, another woman exited the car with a pink baseball bat
and approached the trooper, prompting another officer to ram the Nissan. The car drove away, prompting another police chase.
After cops deployed stop sticks that deflated the Nissan’s right side tires, a PIT maneuver brought the chase to a conclusion.
When the women refused to exit the auto, a cop broke out a window. The trio, arms interlocked, resisted arrest to the point that each was tasered before being taken into custody.
Investigators identified the car’s driver as Oasis Shakira McLeod, 18, and the passengers as Jeniyah McLeod and Cecilia Eunique Young, both 19. The women were charged with fleeing to elude, resisting arrest, aggravated assault, indecent exposure, and marijuana possession. The younger McLeod was also hit with a DUI count.

We need a new hashtag: #CrazyLivesMatter!



 

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