Tuesday, December 08, 2009

They Call It That Old Mountain Dew

A woman here in Charlotte was arrested for selling moonshine whiskey out of her day care center.

Boy, this one is so full of ironies that it's hard to tell where to start.

The foundation's Web site says Brown-Johnson incorporated the Parkview Community Foundation in 1997. The group provides after-school programs, distributes food and counsels local youth to avoid drugs and alcohol.

ALE agents say children were in the day-care center when they sent in an undercover agent to buy two gallons of moonshine last week.

The foundation's Web site said Brown-Johnson, who is the president and CEO, also encourages landlords to evict tenants engaged in drug sales and other criminal activity.

The Parkview Foundation is listed as a nonprofit, but doesn't have to file full financial disclosures because it takes in less than $25,000 per year.

The foundation's Web site claims the group "works closely" with Mecklenburg Department of Social Services "to offer drug and alcohol prevention education" to the children it serves.

Brown-Johnson suspects a "vengeful neighbor" tipped off police, and is falling back on the Marion Barry defense (bitch set me up). She's worried about the little chirrens, too, wonders what will happen to them?

We'll let Old Mr. Bascom have the last word:

1 comment:

Borepatch said...

That's awesome. Simply awesome.