NAPLES, Fla. (WFLA) — A housekeeper in Florida encountered a horrifying situation when she was called to clean up a crime scene by a client, according to sheriff’s deputies.
The Collier County Sheriff’s Office said Wednesday, Anthony Michael Corrado, 34, of Naples called the maid to clean up a “real mess” at a home in Golden Gate Estates, a community in southwestern Florida.
Very sad but have to ask why didn't they carry protection? Did they really think a protective order was enough. They must have been pretty scared of this guy if they got a protective order. My pocket is heavy as I type, always will be.ReplyDelete
No, they're stupid.Delete
Seriously, the problem with every leftist idea is a complete lack of connection to reality.
If you ban guns, there won't be gun violence. You mean like with drugs and prostitution? No connection to reality.
I filed a protective order. He shouldn't have come to my home. I should have been safe.
No connection to reality whatsoever.
The maid didn't have a cell phone? She was one of the 15% of the world that didn't have one..ReplyDelete
I admit I have one. I use it to adjust my cochlear implant. It's much better than the hand held remote that comes with the processor. Also for bird and plant identifaction. Other than that I've never used it. Of course it's for 911 but fortuntatly have never used that feature.Delete
How did that guy ever make it to jail? You'd think he'd be shot during a struggle resisting arrest, or slipped, hit his head and died on the way to the car.ReplyDelete
Gotta love the judge who ordered him to surrender any guns and have no contact with his grandfather. Say what? Even more we gotta love the reporter who placed that tidbit before telling us that the guy is being held without bond.ReplyDelete