I guess we evil Illuminati Masons should keep the number for our bail bondsmen handy after all.
We've been on the road for the last ten days or so and still aren't home yet, so I'm a little behind on things. But this one came up on my alerts a couple of days ago out of Sebastian, Florida. I was hoping my Masonic license plate would keep me out of the pokey as we drove across the country, but now I'm not so sure.
From the Sebastian Daily website:
The Indian River County Sheriff’s Office received a call in Sebastian about a male and female subject lying under a blanket in the grass near the complainant’s home.
As the deputy arrived, he walked to the area to perform a welfare check.
The female was later identified as 37-year-old Kristen Morrow, and the male was identified as 25-year-old George Major Davis.
Morrow came out from under the blanket and started yelling.
“I am part of the Illuminati and free masons. You have no authority and I don’t have to leave,” Morrow said, according to the report.
The deputy was fifty feet away when Morrow started yelling these things. As he approached further, a male subject appeared from under the blanket.
Morrow continued to “yell at the top of her lungs even as I stood a few feet from her,” the report said.
“She continued to yell and rant that she was a famous music talent and she knew judges and her family would have my job,” the deputy said in the report.
Then Davis began to yell why he was being detained. The deputy advised that he was there to perform a welfare check and that there was no reason to yell.
“He continued to yell along with the female about free masons and their impending music record deal and the celebrities, judges, and power their family had,” according to the report.
As they continued to yell, several occupants from the nearby apartment units had come out because of the noise. The deputy determined the disruption by the two subjects was affecting the peace and quiet of the residents.
Morrow and Davis were arrested and transported to the Indian River County Jail where they were charged with disorderly conduct.