Florida Woman Claims Stealing a Car Was a Demonic Idea
The devil went down to Florida. He was looking for a Toyota RAV4 to steal. He found a woman in a bind with no rental to find. And he was wheelin’ to make her a deal.
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Allow a mean fiddle to play in your head as you read the rest of this ordeal.
While this is not exactly how the story went, a Florida woman claims stealing a car was not her plan.
Gardina McCullough, 23, said she had previously requested a rental car from Ace Rent-A-Car, but was denied due to lack of availability.
McCullough told a news station in the area that demons commanded her to steal the SUV. While she claimed that they took it, the evidence indicated it was by her hand.
Police in the Jacksonville area located McCullough hiding in a hotel room. From there, they lead her away in handcuffs to the patrol car outside.
She appeared in court on Friday morning in a red jumpsuit, signifying that she needed additional attention in jail. Her bond is $15,003, and she will be back in court on March 28.
Her record revealed a long list of charges, including trespassing, resisting police, firearm theft, battery of a law enforcement officer, as well as other things.
You can add stealing a Toyota RAV4 to that company of criminal acts.
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A word to the wise:
If you hear a voice inside your head
Saying, “Stealing that would be fun,”
Put that ol’ demon in his place
Show how buying a car is done
Now would be a good time to play that fiddle hard, Johnny.
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