Discussion in '2010's Missing' started by imamaze, Jun 29, 2013.
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MOBILE COUNTY, Ala. (WALA) - A missing person report has been filed with the Mobile Police Department for 19-year-old Brittney Wood.
Wood's family said, the last they heard, she was going to visit her uncle near the Styx river area.
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I had to walk here. I'm too tired to carry over all that went on last week. :lol:
Here's today's news:
Chessie Wood Released from Jail
Awww, though you might have brought the mugshot over. I still haven't worked out how to bring a post over from a closed thread.
All I know how too do is post something or quote someone! :floorlaugh:
You can often pay a bail bonds company in installments if you don't have the 10% or collateral:
"Qualifying for a bail is similar to qualifying for a bank loan. Many of the criteria are the same. Often, you need to have a form of collateral. At Josh Herman Bail Bonds, we’re able to offer financing for people that don’t have hard assets and want to get back quickly to their loved ones."
(I'm embarrassed to say learned this while watching Jenelle on MTV's "Teen Mom 2" bond out friends and get bonded out of jail herself. I guess you can learn something from mindless reality TV:
"Jenelle knew a bondswoman and was able to get out of jail, so her friend Tori picked her up, and they went to pay off her bond. Since Jenelle only had $200 on her, she had to set up a payment plan for the remaining $800" http://www.examiner.com/article/teen-mom-2-season-3-life-goes-on-recap).
My guess is that Chessie's bailbondman/bailbondswoman friend got her out of jail - Paul probably made one largish payment towards the $6500 and was set up on a payment plan for the rest.
Here are a couple pics for the new thread:
That is quite the lineup of mugshots.
We're collecting them like baseball cards. :facepalm:
I still can't believe Chessie is only 35. I'm 10 years older and look younger than she does. I think I have to be on board with alcohol or drug abuse. Yikes.
I've read every thread on this case and seem to have missed DW's third arrest. Did he stay in jail this time, or was he bailed yet again?
I've been having a look around 'out there' and I cannot believe my eyes about what some supporters of CW are saying. I don't think those people should be allowed a single inch of online space to state those views, and especially not anywhere near anything credible that's connected with Brittney. It harms her case by association with mouths and minds like that around her. Free speech isn't the right to foul speech as far as I'm concerned.
If people want to support CW they should stick to posting on their own websites or fb pages or CW's - or the one she runs for Brittney. That's lost all credibility now (despite the fact it is designed to make CW look good) and the quicker it disappears the better, in my opinion. It is SO frustrating when the Mom of a missing girl turns out to be one of the biggest obstacles to keeping people searching for her.
I know for a fact my wife didn't do nothing like this. I've been with her 12 years," said Chessie Wood's husband Paul Housekenecht. "The one that's accusing she's hardly seen her since I've been with her. They come to my house stay five, 10 minutes then leave."
BBM.. So, Paul knows who the victim is, although Chessie has no idea?
You can pay the 10% bond with a credit card too.
I'm still catching up on the other thread. I'm hoping I answered most if not every question. But I am working on it. Wow has it been a crazy few days?:banghead:
I was told that CW was released around 9pm Friday evening. Someone put up $1,000 and they are to make payments on the rest due $5,500. Haven't found out what name actually signed the bond but IMO it's the longtime gf that works there and that is also the one that signed Derek's bond when he had one.
So whats the point of having these high bonds if you can walk out only paying 1,000
I have watched the interview of Chessie being brought to the sheriffs office several times now. She reveals quite a few details in the almost 6 minute interview. What do they tell us, if anything?
In my opinion, significant remarks from Chessie -
- They're fixin' to arrest everybody in the family whether they did anything or not.
- If Britt was here, she could clear all this up for us...me.
- Britt would come and tell the truth about everything.
- Everybody knows Britt was one of the biggest victims.
- I didn't talk bad about them neither (referring to her relatives).
- These kids are so messed up from what the real perps have done to them.
- She doesn't blame the victims at all, they have been brainwashed for years.
- She knows her brother RSW is innocent, he has never touched a child and he got arrested.
- Wants to be there for her son Derek that got sucked in this. He is a victim sitting in jail.
- She hopes Donnie is burning in hell very well.
- He ruined people's lives that didn't have nothing to do with his sick little twisted whatever.
- Believes he is the reason for everything.
- He's the reason for her daughter being missing.
I wanted to highlight the above statements that stood out to me. So not to appear bias, Chessie said many things. She has never touched a child inappropriately. This will not detour her from finding Brittney. She only wants to raise her two children and find Brittney. She is innocent. Her focus is still to find Brittney Wood. If the judicial system doesn't fail her she can get out of this, she didn't do anything.
They are all victims!:banghead:
Pitiful. Just like one of Chessie's remarks about "everybody knows innocent people go to jail" paraphrased. Well, not ALL innocent people go to jail, Chessie.
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