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
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.
Just a reminder just because people are in AA or NA does not mean they have stopped drinking or doing drugs.
Man admits driving drunk after AA meeting
10:58 AM Wednesday Jun 12, 2013
By Kurt Bayer @KurtBayerAPNZ , Cullen Smit
A repeat drink-driver who blew more than twice the legal limit after being stopped on the way home from an Alcoholics Anonymous meeting has pleaded guilty today.
Campbell Geoffrey Armstrong, 39, who has three drink-driving convictions, was stopped by police in Canterbury last week while riding a BMW motorbike. Continue reading
Mandated AA Member James A. Tolson arrested for attempting to take child from elementary school. He had already been previosly mandated to AA.
Tolson is scheduled to be arraigned on Monday on his latest case. He was scheduled to be in Clark District Court Monday on a previous conviction for fourth-degree assault. He was convicted of alcohol intoxication, criminal mischief and assault in January after breaking out the windows of a woman’s car, pulling a knife and cutting her sister’s finger. He pleaded guilty, was sentenced to 180 days in jail with 150 of them conditionally discharged and was ordered to attend Alcoholics Anonymous meetings and anger management classes
Winchester man charged for trying to take child from school
By Kendall Sparks May 2, 2013
A Winchester man has been arrested after he went to Central Elementary School this morning and attempted to check out a child Continue reading