Added: Mar 26, 2019
Martins Ferry, Belmont County, Ohio. Of all the lies EqualityMongers tell to lock innocent men up, this is the most creatively spine-chilling we've seen so far. Dead baby in a truck. Seriously? It makes you wonder if it's the one she aborted.
March 26, 2019
. Morning. A woman whom police are identifying as "Jane M. Cook
", called the authorities claiming she had seen a "dead baby" in the back of a black pick-up truck and provided the location of the truck but chose to remain anonymous. While the 911 dispatcher was asking her for more information, she suddenly ended the call. However, officers and medics still responded to the given location but found nothing.
Officers then furthered investigation and managed to obtain more information on the truck and its driver from a gas station cashier in the area, tracked down the pick-up truck and searched it but still found nothing. The truck driver cooperated extensively with officers and even let them search his home without a warrant. But police still found no evidence of foul-play there either.
With that out of the way, the focus of the investigation turned to where it should have begun, the shady caller. For a better part of the day, officers tried to and eventually traced the false report to Jane Cook
. Police say she had been in a relationship with the truck driver she called the cops on.
March 26, 2019
. Evening. 31-year-old Jane Cook
was arrested and booked at the Belmont County Jail. Her bond was set at $2,000. “She caused a lot of chaos for the officers"
, “It was a stressful situation for all.”
, said the Martins Ferry Police Chief from the department where nothing but a very blur photo of the fictim (false victim) was released. It makes you wonder if they honestly care about punishing the empowered idiot for wasting taxpayer resources or less so for trying to incriminate an innocent man.
Moral Lesson: If you don't want to waste so much time and taxpayer resources on bullcrap, start your investigation with the bullcrapper.
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