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Florida Department of Corrections inmate Parell Seay was part of a prison roadside work crew in Fort Pierce when deputies saw someone toss a bag to Seay as they drove by. Deputies told him to turn and face the fence. Instead, Seay allegedly reached into his pocket and attempted to throw the bag away, but hit a deputy with it instead. Deputies say it contained marijuana. “We have charged Parell Seay with the felonies of resisting an officer with violence, evidence tampering, and smuggling contraband, and the misdemeanor of possession of less than 20 grams of marijuana,” Sheriff Ken Mascara said. Seay admitted he planned to bring the drugs back to his cell, but claimed he didn’t know who threw them to him, only adding “It’s a D.O.C. thing.” (MS/WESH Orlando) ...To him, that means Department Of Corrections. To us, it means Domestic Obliviot Criminal.
Original Publication Date: 06 July 2014
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