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A 70-year-old Florida woman was tased three times, at her birthday party, after police alleged that she was uncooperative when they tried to arrest her grandson.
Barbara and Pinkey, of Bradenton, was at home on Dec. 26, when deputies with the Manatee County Sheriff’s Office tried to stop the execution of a warrant for the arrest of her son, Tevin Turner, to carry a concealed weapon, and that it was a violation of his probation.
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“We heard a knock on the door,” Pinkey told WFLA. “In fact, there was no knock. I guess they kicked in the front door. Bam! Bam! On the way back.”
Pinkey replied to the delegates to the door, and after someone else in the house had been uncooperative and said that they couldn’t get in without a search warrant, which they said was irrelevant, because she had a warrant of arrest has been issued, according to WTSP. Pinkey said that when Turner was released on a trial basis, and he referred to it as the address as his own, but claimed that he did not live at the residence.
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Barbara’s Pinkey’s, 70’s, and was tased three times by Manatee County sheriff ” s deputy, after she claimed that she was being uncooperative when they tried to arrest her grandson in Bradenton, Fla., last week.
(Manatee County Sheriff’s Office)
In that regard, the investigators told her that she could be arrested for obstructing justice, and she was said to have been uncooperative and closed the door in front of them.
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“I was just crying. I was afraid of. I don’t know what else to do. I was just screaming,” Pinkney said.
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Deputies were trying to arrest him Pinkey, but she pulled away and allegedly pushed the officer in the chest. And that the deputy used his Taser on the woman, but it had no impact on her, and that he is the reason for the Taser a second time.
The second tase resulted in the Pinkey, on the ground, but she would have kept the opposition to the authorities, according to the sheriff’s office, said the deputy tased Pinkey for a third time. If necessary, there can be a second-Manatee County deputy was able to help subdue Pinkey.
The meeting was being recorded by the Pinkey’s grand-daughter-in-law, Elizabeth and Francisco, who told WFLA, “It’s not something you see every day, or something that you think is going to happen next. Even if it wasn’t for my grandma. Dang, this is a 70-year-old woman.”
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Pinkey, who said that she has never had trouble with the police, and now is having trouble going to sleep at night, and was arrested and charged with the felony of battery on a law enforcement officer, and obstructing justice, and was released on a $1,000 bond.