He knew martial arts.
He had a gun.
Lost in the fact that is that “Quentric” has another kill on his hands. When the sheriff’s deputies were chasing after him in a high speed pursuit, one of the deputies in the pursuit ran over and killed a pedestrian. I don’t know about Georgia law, but here in Missouri, good ole Quentric would be collared with Murder-Two just for that.
Williams, whose criminal history includes two previous stays in state prison following drug convictions, was shirtless as he was put into a patrol car in the hotel parking lot.
Good for him. I hope he’s proud of his abs. Now that we know he’s already a two-time loser, the Feds can come in and add felon-in-possession of a firearm as a backup in case the state’s murder case falls flat, which, considering it will be in The City Too Busy to Hate, is a distinct possibility.
But beyond his athletic skill, Lenix was known for his friendly personality and extreme dedication, Hammond said. Last season, even a knee brace from an injury sustained on stage couldn’t keep Lenix from performing, she said.
Unfortunately, I get the feeling that this will partially explain the crime.