Call of the wild
Mighty Jones Young and a barrel full o’ monkeys demonstrate the top end speed of sub-Saharan cognitive ability at local primate watering hole ironically named “Freedom Station.”
Judging by the JC Penny prison portrait below, this missing link’s conception of freedom is defined in its stunted lump of gray anti-matter as free welfare money, free busing and free White pussy.
Honestly, White man and White woman , look at the picture of this Ontario County lake ape. Is this the kind of feral savagery you want in your White towns? To rob, assault and rape your daughters? Is the price of playing this phony “die-versity is our strength” game worth putting up with these violent, indolent ghetto bison?
Two city police officers were assaulted and a Geneva man was charged after a fight outside a Canandaigua nightclub early Sunday morning.
Police charged Teshawn L. Jones, 18, of 211 Pultney St., Geneva, with two-counts of second-degree assault and fifth-degree criminal possession of marijuana after the fight which involved about 50 people at Freedom Station on Pleasant Street.
Jones is accused of hitting an officer on the head with a liquor bottle. Another officer was punched in the face by an unknown person while Jones was being taken into custody, police said. Jones was also allegedly found with 30 grams of marijuana at the time of his arrest.
Police were called to the nightclub at about 1:50 a.m. Sunday morning for reports of a large fight in the parking lot of the club. They have not made any other arrests.
Ontario County deputies were called to help disperse the crowd.
Canandaigua City Police Sgt. Stephen Hedworth said Sunday’s incident was the first time police have responded to Freedom Station, which opened last month.
“It’s been a while since we’ve had something of the magnitude,” Hedworth said.
Camilla VanderLinden, an owner of the club, said Monday morning that the club has a private security team and several rules in place to keep patrons from getting unruly. But, in light of Sunday’s incident, they plan to review and strengthen its policies.
“To have that happen here is absolutely heartbreaking, but we will spend money to make it right,” VanderLinden said.
The officer who was hit in the head was treated for a concussion at Thompson Hospital and released.
Jones was arraigned in Canandaigua City Court and taken to Ontario County Jail on $1,000 cash or $2,000 bail bond.