Friday, March 09, 2007

Well this is going to end poorly.......

They were married Sunday, but the honeymoon apparently didn't last too long. A man was arrested by Salt Lake County sheriff's deputies Monday after witnesses said he tried to run over his new bride. The man, 33 and woman, 29, headed to Las Vegas to get married Sunday. On Monday, they apparently got into some kind of argument while driving in Salt Lake County, Salt Lake County Sheriff's Lt. Paul Jaroscak said. About 10:40 a.m., the argument reached the point where both people got out of the car near 6800 South Highland Drive, he said. After they argued some more, the woman started walking away and her new husband got back into his vehicle. But rather than drive off, he drove his car at her, Jaroscak said. The car's front panel on the driver's side bumped the woman, pushing her into the snow, Jaroscak said. Although the man said he didn't intentionally hit her, several witnesses reported otherwise to deputies. He was booked into the Salt Lake County Jail for investigation of aggravated assault. Neither of the pair is a stranger to the jail, having been booked in several times on a variety of charges. She was released from jail just a week ago, Jaroscak said. Her husband, meanwhile, was arrested exactly one month after his latest release from jail. He has been in the Salt Lake County Jail more than 50 times, Jaroscak said, mostly on misdemeanor charges.

nobody saw this coming huh? i dont think we need nostradamus to forsee this happening. you dont need edgar cayce just ask either of their parole officers. these two were more familiar with the jail than that drunk from mayberry. i am going to assume that they had consumated this marriage beforehand and that he wasnt as anxious to get to a hotel room as some newlyweds. i guess its true that once your getting the milk for free you can run the cow over. anyone else get the feeling we will be hearing from this couple again soon? stay tuned.

3 comments:

Mom of Three said...

Dear God,

Please find this woman and stuff her full of Norplant.

Amen.

tkkerouac said...

funny! I love your brick thumbnail.

mist1 said...

That reminds me of the time that I eloped. Luckily, I was on pain pills at the time for a wrist injury and passed out so I couldn't say "I do." Surely, it would have ended the same way.