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Posted by Trini Kid - - 0 comments

Sup Travellers?! When you are running from the police things tend to get heated. I wouldn't know though because I've never ran from police in my life but if I ever did I will think things would have gotten heated. I'll do whatever in my power to try to escape but the one thing I probably wouldn't do is pick up a baby and throw it at the cops. That to me would be barbarian behavior. But a Florida woman named Ashley Taylor Wright seemed to not have the same mindset. Read on.


According to reports from ABC Action News, Ashley Taylor Wright, a 23-year-old resident of Pensacola, Florida, allegedly tried to use her baby stroller to smuggle about $260 worth of clothing from the dressing room of a Dillard's in Mary Esther, Florida. Cops said she was able to get away at first and get inside her car, where her husband was with two children ages 2 and 4. A deputy approached Wright and tried to get her out of the car, but she failed to comply. What she did next was nothing but crazy. She allegedly grabbed a baby carrier with a baby in it and screamed to the arresting officer, "You will have to shoot through the baby to get me!” Wright allegedly ran from the car and threw the car seat with the baby inside at the deputy.


The infant however was not injured in the toss. Cops said Wright attempted to run off but was quickly captured by the officer after a brief scuffle during which she received a laceration to her face She was charged with child abuse without bodily harm, petty theft, and resisting an officer without violence. 

It was just a desperate act on her part if you ask me. But she still can be classified as crazy because who throws a baby at the cops? Like really, who does that kind of thing? It hasn't been clarified yet if the woman will be given a jail sentence or not but even if she does or even if she doesn't it doesn't change the fact that my name is Trinikid and you've just been informed.