Man Sentenced in Hatchet Assault on Girlfriend Mandated to Alcoholics Anonymous Meetings

As part of his plea,Joseph McCoy Burr III  was ordered to attend anger management classes and Alcoholics Anonymous meetings. This is an extremely dangerous man. His girlfriend is truly lucky to be alive. AA attendees beware! Just For Today Daytona NA Meetings in Hollyland Park located in Holly Hill Florida continue to smoke in our parks.

Man pleads guilty to hatchet assault

By Colton Campbell/Times-Georgian Monday, September 9, 2013 

A Villa Rica man was sentenced to 13 years in prison Monday following multiple alleged assaults of his live-in girlfriend, including one in which he was accused of wielding a hatchet at her.

Joseph McCoy Burr III, 41, was originally charged with 14 counts, including charges of aggravated assault, false imprisonment and battery. The man was sentenced by Judge Bill Hamrick to 13 years in prison, to be followed by 17 years of probation, in Carroll County Superior Court on Monday.

Burr was arrested in March 2012 following an allegation that he had assaulted a woman who lived with him on Bonnie Sue Drive, breaking five ribs. The two alleged incidents occurred in February and March of that year.

Burr apologized in open court Monday, though the female victim was not present.

“I was wrong, and I’m very sorry,” he said, crying. “I never meant for that to happen, and I want to thank the judge for not giving me a bond when I was before him a few months ago. Sitting in that jail cell for 21 hours a day has helped me.”

In the February incident, Burr allegedly wielded a hatchet at the victim, striking her on the hand and ankle when she tried to deflect the weapon. The defendant then hit the woman with a drinking glass and used the cord of a heating pad to choke her, police said.

Also in that February incident, Burr allegedly poured hot candle wax on the female while she was in the bathtub, cleaning her wounds. Daytona Beach Area Meetings.

In the March incident noted in the indictment, shortly after which Burr was arrested, the defendant allegedly hit the woman with a belt buckle and then plunged her head underwater while she was in the bath, holding it there until she was able to pull the drain stopper to let the tub’s water out so she could breathe. Sunrise Park AA Meetings. Continue reading

AA Member Arrested at AA Meeting After Stealing Car and Driving to Alcoholics Anonymous Meeting

I guess AA members feel pretty safe stealing cars and going to AA meetings. Must be their habit of inviting and protecting criminals for decades

Jury indicts Phillipsburg man accused of stealing car, driving to AA Meeting

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on August 01, 2013 at 5:27 PM, updated August 01, 2013 at 9:54 PM
Phillipsburg man was indicted on a charge he stole a car in Warren County before driving it to an Alcoholics Anonymous meeting in Easton.

A Warren County grand jury returned a one-count indictment Wednesday against Brian Mulrooney, 23, of the 500 block of Roseberry Street, charging him with one count of theft of an automobile. Orlando Florida NA Meetings.

Mulrooney on Jan. 19 stole a 1999 Chevy Impala in Phillipsburg and drove it to Easton, court records state. AA and NA Daytona Area Meetings List.

City police said they found the stolen vehicle along the first block of North 12th Street, according to court documents. After canvassing the neighborhood, police found Mulrooney at a nearby Alcoholics Anonymous meeting, records say.

Mulrooney told police the car was his and became uncooperative when officers informed him the vehicle was stolen, court papers say. He struggled with police and headbutted Easton police officer Charles McMonagle, authorities said.

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Violent Woman Convicted Three Times for Stabbing Partner Attends Narcotics Anonymous Meetings

This very violent woman attends both AA meetings and NA meetings after being charged with stabbing her partner on 3 different occasions. So many violent criminals go to AA meetings before they are sentenced in hopes to impress the judge. Many defense attorneys tell their clients to do this no matter how violent the crime.

Campbell River woman avoids more jail for third stabbing

Published: June 06, 2013 

A woman convicted for the third time of stabbing her male partner is spending her time in rehab, but not jail.

Lena Walkus, 38, appeared in Campbell River provincial court on May 29, to be sentenced for assault causing bodily harm.

According to Crown prosecutor Adrienne Venturini, it’s the third time Walkus has been convicted in connection with a domestic stabbing assault.

Venturini asked the court to impose nine more months of jail time, but instead, Judge Roderick Sutton delayed sentencing a few days to allow Walkus to immediately enter residential treatment in Alert Bay.According to defence lawyer Angie Penhall, Walkus grew up in Vancouver and began drinking at age 12 or 13. At 15, she began smoking marijuana and by 17 she was using crack cocaine. Continue reading

Musician Charged With Arriving at AA Meeting Very Drunk With Distressed Daughter

Birmingham Magistrates Court: A mother who is a well-known musician will appear on here Thursday charged with being drunk in charge of a child under seven years old

Actually this is not an uncommon occurrence contrary to popular belief. There is only a request for a desire to not drink or do drugs. Meaning people are welcomed to both AA and NA meetings drunk and strung out. Many AA members bring their children along too.

Musician to face court charged with taking her daughter to an AA meeting WHILE DRUNK

  • 40-year-old was ‘heavily intoxicated’ when she showed up for late-night meeting, it is claimed
  • Officers took her to a police station and her ‘distressed’ daughter to a ‘place of safety’
  • It is understood the mother is well-known in entertainment and regularly travels abroad for work Continue reading

Young People In AA Are Falling Through The Cracks


Young People are being failed by AA in more ways than even this article outlines. In this Washington Post article author Chelsea speaks about the drug connections and party buddies she met at Alcoholics Anonymous meetings. Continue reading