Wednesday, June 26, 2013

Should We Invite Our Cousin the Violent Felon To the Birthday Party?


Unfortunately the violent felon cousin took it badly:

A 33-year-old Gainesville man with previous felony convictions, who had a warrant out for his arrest, is back in jail after sheriff's deputies say he took four shots at his cousin Tuesday in revenge for not being invited to a birthday party for children.

Alachua County sheriff's deputies responded to a 911 call by Loria Blair reporting that Birnard Larkin Jr. was threatening to shoot her 31-year-old son and chasing him around the neighborhood in the 300 block of 257th Street in Newberry, according to a Sheriff's Office report.

Deputies learned that Larkin had called Blair around 7 a.m., demanding to know why he had not been invited to the party, which had been held the day before at her home for several 1- and 2-year-olds.

Blair explained she did not invite him because she knew there was a felony warrant out for his arrest and she didn't want law enforcement coming to her home during the party. To this, she told deputies, Larkin responded with profanity-laced threats against her son. He also asked for a plate of food from the party.

In an attempt to appease him, Blair's son prepared a plate of hot dogs and cake and rode his bike to deliver it to where Larkin was residing.

Larkin was waiting outside for him and shoved him off his bike onto railroad tracks, deputies said. According to the report, Larkin then pulled out a black revolver from his waistband and stated, "(Expletive) you and your mama, I should kill" you.

Then he is accused firing two shots at the victim's head.

What a useless piece of shit. At this point, frankly, the only thing he would be good for is an organ donor.

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