But but but, the Ferguson PD is full of bloodthirsty Darren Wilsons. He was just probably out on a stroll to buy cigarillos.
It says that he currently lives in O’Fallon, more specifically, 92xx O’Fallon Lakes Drive. That happens to be an apartment complex (of course) whose entrance is on the south outer road of 70 (“Veterans Memorial Parkway”) between Bryan Road and the Lake St. Louis exit. This is just another glimpse into your AFFH future, St. Charles County.
It also says that he was on probation for armed robbery. Which means convicted felon, which means no guns allowed. With the victim in this case being such a tragic circumstance, I think this is one case where a whole lot of cops and agents will try to figure out how this one particular gun got from the legal to the illicit market.
I’m just wondering why a jurisdiction like St. Charles County would bounce him out the door with only probation for armed robbery, as you can read here. The City of St. Louis, yeah, I could figure. But not St. Charles County. I do know from working around state legislators, a number of them are on the joint House-Senate committee dealing with prison issues and the DOC, that there is a constant struggle between DOC and circuit courts all over the state when it comes to prison sentences, that the DOC is leaning on the circuits not to send them prisoners like candy, as rural circuits tend to do. So I can easily see that every circuit across the state, not just the lenient 22nd Circuit in St. Louis City, (which has had a slap on the hand policy for first time young armed robbers for a long time), is ceding to that pressure and sentencing young first time armed robbers, like Mr. De’Eris Brown, to a long probation instead of any prison time.
Still, the point remains, he should be in prison now and not out running around “randomly” shooting guns through windows and killing little girls.
And lastly, this “random” business. Who really believes that? Who is really buying the official notion that he directly and hit the girl, killing her, shot the mother in the leg, but did it all randomly and for no reason? He had some sort of business with someone in that house.