Discussion in 'Overtime Zone' started by Alexander, Jul 24, 2017.
Got nothing to do with it.
Nevermind. Just looked again and saw the age column. Duh. The court records also show Lucky's birthday (June 2).
Just one year, I'd lack to have a team of players where not one of them gets arrested. I know my standards are high, but I have to insist.
i mean he was already a bad player anyways so this should be the final nail.
No they don't. The court was sure he wasn't there. The only question then becomes: Did he know he was supposed to be there on that date and time? If he did not receive notice of the court setting, he is not guilty of Failure to Appear. And we don't know the answer to that question either.
I'm not a big Lucky fan, but there is nothing to be gained by rushing to judgment. If the Cowboys cut him to "send a message" and it turns out to be someone impersonating him, the team would look really stupid. (and yes, people do occasionally get charged with offenses other people committed in their names. Especially when it is a minor offense.)
Right, FTA is a totally separate charge. I just looked him up in the Prince William County, VA General District Court database. In addition to facing the current charges of Petty Larceny and Failing to Appear for Arraignment, Rodney Darnell Whitehead, Jr. was convicted on 2/14/2014 for DWI (Sentence: 30 Days suspended, 12 months probation). He was also charged with some kind of alcohol related offense in 2010 which was dropped (Nolle Prosequi) and there is an additional case for some kind of court related matter relating to the DWI conviction. I can't tell what that is about, but could be related to a violation of probation or failing to pay a fine or some such thing. Ah, the Internet....
You're wasting your breath, Big Dog
Jesus this team can't stay out of trouble
This was the second of 4 Lucky questions and it was the basics for all "Yes, we wound. Right now we are gathering information and will access the situation and respond accordingly." (Paraphrase)
High character guys!
He was issued a ticket, not arrested. That means no fingerprints, booking photos, or copies of identification. If the cited person used his name and date of birth, the court records would only reflect what was on the citation. A police video would be important, but they often don't save those for tickets. Time will tell.
I'll try to work it off topic. But the market zone is gone be hard bro
Rich people do steal and not infrequently.
And even if he was innocent...blowing off a court order to show up? Sorry he's just another loser and we've had way too much loser behavior.
Phillip Tanner went IN on Lucky:
Could put video footage from the Pump and Go for the night in question up for sale. Maybe list it with the Dez Walmart footage for a package deal.
That information wasn't available at the time this thread was started.
And I'll still await to see what all of the facts are.
If he did shoplift, he's an idiot that needs to be cut from the team. If he shoplifted and either forgot about his court date or just didn't show up, he's an even bigger idiot.
But, the key word is 'he'...as in Lucky Whitehead.
If anybody jumps to conclusions and passes judgment and gets it wrong, then THEY are idiots for jumping to conclusions again. And if they are right and Lucky did shoplift (and knew about his court date), they are still idiots for thinking that jumping to conclusions won't make them look like fools, again.
I blame Jason Garrett for not telling Lucky to not steal things and for not telling Lucky to not skip court appearances.