Christian wealth power privilege? Any other kids would have been charged. Plus what were they doing outside of a haunted house? Such things to his dad’s hyper Christian religion must be invoking the devil itself? Was he and his Christian friends planning violence in the name of their god? Hugs
The Oklahoman reports:
Following a Halloween incident in Guthrie, the Logan County Sheriff’s Office recommended that a charge be filed against the governor’s son for possessing alcohol as a minor, according to a probable cause affidavit obtained by The Oklahoman. On Monday, District Attorney Laura Thomas confirmed she had received the affidavit but decided to offer Stitt and those with him a deferred prosecution program, which involves community service in order to avoid a charge and criminal record.
On Oct. 31 sheriff deputies were called to a Guthrie haunted house where John Drew Stitt, the governor’s 20-year-old son, was intoxicated and in possession of firearms. First reported on Friday, the incident raised questions about why neither John Drew Stitt nor those with him were arrested or cited. Deputies were responding to a call about “found firearms” in a haunted house parking lot when they found a box with two rifles and two pistols, according to an incident report.
Read the full article. Stitt last appeared on JMG when he claimed “every square inch of Oklahoma in the name of Jesus.”