a blog by La Kifo
An act of kindness at the Natick Mall, lead to a man behind bars last Friday.
Authorities say Kayvon Mavaddat was at the Natick Mall on Friday when he held the door for the leaving officer. That officer thought Mavaddat looked familiar, and went to check his cruiser's computer. The officer found there were three warrants out for his arrest — for heroin possession, shoplifting and driving with a suspended license.
The officer returned to the mall and arrested Mavaddat.
Listen, with a name like Kayvon Mavaddat, it's a miracle he hasn't been in jail for 10 years already. I guess it was a matter of time, I am pretty sure you're supposed to avoid the police when you have warrants out for your arrest. But I don't know, I have never had a warrant out against me.
The more I think about it, this guy had the right idea. He was at the Natick Mall on a Friday. It is nearly impossible to spot people out of the crowd without knowing exactly who they are. If you see someone familiar, you have probably less than 2 minutes before that person disappears into the crowd.
On a somewhat serious note, this concerns me, I know that here in NE we have adopted a heroine problem. It's one thing if our junkies are on the street all strung out, but this addict or alleged addict, was hanging out in a place that a lot of teenagers usually do.
"Wow Brian I didn't know you care so much about the youth."
I don't, not at all. I just don't want some junkies washing my car, selling me lemonade, or busing my tables. It kind of defeats of the purpose of cheap teenage labor if they are all dirty and strung out. I need my teens to be hustlers, otherwise I will just pay the extra $10 to have a real professional do the work.
Moral of the story, if you're a wanted criminal don't hold doors open for police officers or have any face to face contact. I'm not a criminal, I have committed minimal crimes in my day and I can't remember the last time I made eye contact with a cop. It all boils down to the same thing, be like me and you won't have any problems.
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