Here’s one that somehow didn’t happen in Florida. Next best thing, though — the Meadow Bridge High School in Fayette County, West Virginia.
The lovely 44-year-old lady pictured above is one Lisa Dawn Lizotte, fan of drinking, high-school football, and guns… a toxic combination. Lisa recently attended a football game at Meadow Bridge High School, quite drunk. So, good day already. Better so when she began doing what some avid fans do at high school football games:
We checked out Lizotte’s Facebook page and found a couple gems:
She’s a fan of the old Bible.
She’s also a fan of the right-wing nut job page: “For America” as well as the NRA, and U.S. Concealed Carry Association. We only hope that action is taken to keep guns away from this dangerous and unhinged lady.
It’s hard to imagine what kind of screaming and cursing it takes to get kicked out of an Appalachian football game. But that she did…or, she was asked to leave by the school. After what we can we can only assume was a litany of F-bomb poetry to make Dennis Leary blush, the attendant police security members showed up to escort her out.
Oh, and Lizotte had a concealed weapon.
Three drunken George Carlin routines later, Lisa still wouldn’t leave, and police took her into custody for misdemeanor public intoxication and obstructing a police officer. After searching her, they found what can only be described as a “gun.”
Lisa had a concealed carry permit, but those permits by West Virginia law do not extend to school grounds. She was booked in on felony charges of possession of a firearm on the grounds of a secondary public school. Said Sheriff Kessler:
“Carrying a concealed handgun to a school function, particularly when you are intoxicated, is a very serious crime.”
As of right now, Lisa’s being held in Southern Regional Jail, and is scheduled to be arraigned on Saturday. Which is pretty speedy, so kudos to West Virginia on that. Less so the fact that she’s likely only facing a year maximum, and her bond is a paltry $2,500 right now. You can get a higher bond than that for driving on a suspended license.
Seems, these days, “very serious crime” is something of a relative term.