Chris Muir's Day By Day

Sunday, July 15, 2012

Good Riddance To Bad Rubbish

Looks like a serial domestic abuser came up against Bladie Mae:

A man was found dead at a south Charlotte apartment complex Saturday morning, police said, after a woman called 911 saying she’d stabbed her boyfriend.

Charlotte-Mecklenburg police called the incident a “domestic violence-related homicide.” The slain man was identified as Lonnie Denar McConico, 43. But police did not release the woman’s name Saturday evening, saying she had not been charged.

McConico’s criminal record dates back to the 1980s.

Since 1995, he’d been charged at least six times with assaulting a female, but he was only convicted in one case. During the same time period, he was charged three times with violating a domestic violence protective order. He was convicted in two of those cases.

His other convictions included assault inflicting serious injury in a 1988 incident, resisting an officer and felony drug possession.


Yessir, gotta watch out for ol' Bladie Mae:

10 comments:

Brigid said...

Sometimes the good folks win. I'm glad he's not going to hurt another woman, however it happened.

Old NFO said...

Good for her! She took a truly bad guy off the streets (permanently)!

Anonymous said...

Shut the fuck up!!! My uncle was a GOOD man and did NOT deserve to die! In this case she had 7 domestic violence charges! So don't judge before you know the facts! Dumbasses

Bob said...

@Anonymous: So if she's just as useless a piece of trash as your late unlamented uncle, it's a shame that he didn't manage to kill her as well, and save NC taxpayers the cost of her incarceration.

Anonymous said...

you are so dam stupid for saying some shit like that nobody deserves to die are you a tax payer you are a ignorant bastard

Bob said...
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Bob said...

@Anonymous: Yeah, girl. Your uncle was a felon, a thief, drug abuser and liked to beat on women, yet I'm the one who's stupid and ignorant. I've managed to avoid familiarity with jail cells in my 50 years, which is more than your uncle could say. It wouldn't surprise me if you were carrying on the family tradition by whelping litter after litter of fatherless little thugs to prey upon Charlotte's law-abiding citizens. Hope they make your uncle proud.

Anonymous said...

no 1 is perfect we all have a past and yes we make mistakes when you were young and yes maybe he made some mistakes as well when he was younger however he was a good person he did not deserve to die the lifestyle and the things that he may or may not have done in the eighty's is not what he was doing now I love you lonnie I will miss you rest in peace

Anonymous said...

How do you know he put on a good front for his family but were you there when these women were getting the crap beat out them i know you are gonna be defensive for your uncle but the truth is he was a woman abuser you have to deal with the cards you are dealt it was just a matter of time if not her somebody else was gonna do it or he was gonna hurt another woman.

Danielle said...

@ Lonnie’s niece …..Sweetie, I don’t know you but I knew your uncle Lonnie very well. Lonnie was a hard-working, intelligent, caring and very thoughtful person. He was very close to his friends and family and had a lot of people who LOVED and cared about him. Lonnie was always happy and fun to be around. His smile and laugh would draw everyone into laughing and having fun. Whenever I was feeling down and needed a friend to lean on he was there for me. It isn’t possible to put into words the importance of how much Lonnie’s friendship meant to me. And although, Lonnie and I lost contact for a number of years, I can honestly say he positively influenced my life in so many ways and I will miss him with all of my heart.

It's easy for some people to hide behind a computer screen and say nasty things about individuals that they know NOTHING about. Most of them are bullies and cowards that have no friends and spend all their free time trolling around the internet looking to unleash their misery onto someone else.

The thing to remember is that those who speak out of hate rarely speak out of logic. Ignore their spiteful comments. I know it's hard, but try not to take it personally. *hugs* …...Danielle