Some people have a different escalation limit than others. Or a “I’m totally done” threshold. Simply put. some people aren’t good at keeping their cool, resulting in unneeded legal problems, or just don’t know when to hang it up.
For example, if you’re arrested twice in a day, you MAY want to just go home and take a nap. Or just take a nap anywhere, even if you don’t have a home.
A Bethlehem man had three run-ins with Lower Saucon Township police last week before finally landing behind bars.
He was drunk each time police encountered him, police and court records say.
Scott D. Hubinsky, 29, (FACEBOOK PROFILE) who has a last address of 2300 block of Edgewood Avenue in Bethlehem, but who reportedly told the judge he was homeless, was first cited Wednesday when he and two other men were found allegedly setting off fireworks behind the Steel City Fire Company building.
Hubinsky, Kyle Cambiotti, (FACEBOOK PROFILES) no age provided, of the 2100 block of Riverside Drive in Lower Saucon Township, and Dylan Pritchard, (FACEBOOK PROFILE) no age provided, of the 2100 block of Riverside Drive in the township, were charged with public drunkenness and disorderly conduct.
Okay. Nothing crazy. We’ve all lit some fireworks off in our day. Sure, we were 13-years-old when we were doing this, but, hell, maybe this guy is just a kid at heart.
The following morning, police say Hubinksy, still intoxicated, was engaged in a fight with Pritchard at Pritchard’s Riverside Drive apartment. The fight, authorities say, was called in by neighbors who’d been disturbed by the noise.
Hubinsky tried to leave before police arrived and was stopped trying to flee on a bicycle. Hubinsky and Pritchard were cited with harassment and Hubinsky was charged with public drunkenness, police report.
Being stopped by the cops while you’re on your super cool BMX. That had to be embarrassing. Time to hang it up for the day, buddy. It’s been a long one.
Police ran into Hubinsky once more that morning.
Court records say Hubinsky slashed tires on two cars at 2783 Schwab Ave. in the township. Police found the knife used in the crime in Hubinksy’s possession, court papers say. He was arraigned Thursday before District Judge David Tidd on charges of criminal mischief, public drunkenness and loitering. SOURCE: The Express-Times
Just couldn’t resist, could you?
Seriously. Let’s look at your life here. You’re 29, drunk and playing with fireworks, starting fights at a friend’s house and then going off and slashing tires? I’m pretty sure you’re someone who needs to get his shit together and take some personal responsibility before jail becomes a full-time hobby.
Or you could just keep on keepin’ it real, yosauce.