The Reel Life
4 Aug 2010
According to DelawareOnline.com, two armed men were arrested last week after they crashed a private party and pointed a sawed-off shotgun at the person who asked to leave.
Nasir Merritt and Richard Igo reportedly showed up at a party in Hockessin without knowing a single person there. However, the party hosts "felt intimidated and let them stay," according to the article.
Things got heated when "Merritt was seen rifling through the refrigerator and helping himself to a roast beef and cheese sandwich." When someone closed the fridge and told Merritt to leave, he pulled his gun.
When someone intervened, he "was beaten in the back and shoulder area with the gun's hand grip, according to court records. He was also assaulted by Igo, who punched and grabbed him, police said in court records. While they fought in the kitchen, another guest smashed a bottle across the back of Merritt's head, leaving cuts."
The police arrested the pair a short time later and charged them with aggravated menacing, along with other offenses.
The Reel Life will stick to showing up to parties where we were invited, and we'll stay away from roast beef sandwiches that aren't ours as well.
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