Found September 24, 2012 on
No Guts, No Glory:
Accused tree poisoner Harvey Updyke can now add accused terrorizer to his rap sheet. Updyke was arrested on September 18th in Hammond, La on charges of terrorizing. And of course, Updyke caught the charge in a very Harvey Updyke manner.
According to police, Updyke attempted to return a lawnmower to a home improvement store, which is totally normal. But things turn not so normal when Updyke becomes upset when the store manager informed him that he would only pay $100 for the lawnmower despite the fact that Updyke paid $150 for it.
From there, Updyke losses his mind and eventually tells an officer that he would “come back and take care of everyone”.
“He had a sad story,” said Hammond Police spokesman Lt. Vincent Giannobile. “He said he was going to prison anyway, he had a bad heart, and he didn’t care. He kept insinuating that he wasn’t going to take no for an answer.”
According to the [police] report, he continued to tell the officer he would return to the store and “it would b...
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