Ladies and gentlemen of allow the name Jermaine McCain to be synnomous with the phrase “ghetto behavior,” at least until the year 2029.
That should be the year all the charges recently brought upon him expire after he called out a false bomb threat into court because he was preoccupied.
Jermaine McCain, of Kirkbride Avenue, was apprehended Tuesday following a high-speed chase throughout Bucks County, Pa. that included crashes in Bensalem and Penndel, where it ended.
Last Thursday, McCain allegedly dialed 911 in Trenton and threatened to detonate an explosive at the courthouse, Mercer County Sheriff’s spokesman Ernest Cerino Jr. said in release.
A detective familiar with the incident said the suspect later told police he was not up to going to court that day, because he “had things to do.”
It was unknown what business McCain had at the courthouse.
Sheriff’s investigators later linked the fake threat to McCain and found he was evading law enforcement, Cerino said.
McCain was charged with making a false public alarm and placing a 911 call without actual emergency in Mercer County, Cerino said.
He is currently being held at the Bucks County Jail in Doylestown, Pa. on $50,000 bail for a flight from justice charge. He faces additional criminal charges from Bensalem police as well, Cerino said.
We’re pretty sure the jail will will have plenty of activities planned while he awaits being bailed out. Idiot.
H/T: New York Magazine
Photo: Mercer County Sheriff’s Department