Agent 17 sends us yet another example of the kind of mindless stupidity with which an entire sub-class of our "society" seems afflicted. Late on the evening of June 11th, in Panama Beach FL, a local cop was on patrol in an unmarked car, but in full uniform, when he was approached by Terandell Curlee Coleman, pictured.
According to the affidavit of complaint sworn by Lt. John Deegins, while sitting in his parked car, he observed Coleman pushing a baby stroller carrying his two-month-old infant. The officer says Coleman approached him "using slang words indicating he was attempting to sell narcotics."
When Lt. Deegins showed interest, Coleman parked the stroller next to another vehicle about 15 to 20 feet away. He then offered to sell the cop $25 worth of "bud", while displaying "a small clear plastic package containing a green leafy substance appearing to be cannabis." Coleman was then arrested for "possession of cannabis with intent to sell", a misdemeanor.
But the story doesn't end there. Coleman was also charged with felony child neglect for allegedly seeking to conduct a narcotics transaction "while acting as a caregiver" for the baby, who was left attended while he was negotiating with the cop. Coleman is also facing revocation of his release on bond following an arrest earlier this year for burglary.
Coleman is in a heap of trouble, and causing a heap of trouble, albeit of a minor sort. But hey, it's not his fault. He's obviously yet another disadvantaged yoof, the product of American society as we find it after decades of political correctness and the abandonment to government of responsibility for everything. Including Terandell Curlee Coleman.