I can’t imagine there’s any among us who’ve been in LTR’s of any kind who haven’t had a drunken fight with the significant other. As drunken events go, these are often when out at a bar in the evening, and all the pent up feelings of the rage of having to live with somebody day in and day out come to the surface. Most of us leave it at a few biting words, maybe a couple admissions of honesty we later regret, and mostly it’s forgotten the next morning. Indiana wife and mom, Moriah Nesler, decided to go for the full psycho attack on husband and later cops.
At Peppers Bar in Greenwood, Indiana, the occasionally blonde, occasionally brunette Nesler, 26, who looks far better in online selfies than mugshots, went to town late night on her husband. Witnesses report she screamed, clocked him, and launched herself on him in attack. Nesler was held down by other bar patrons until cops arrive, took note of her husband’s scratched and bloodied neck, and arrested her for domestic assault. Though that was merely the beginning.
Nesler screamed at the cops and at some point got the bright angry drunk idea to grab one’s gun. Perhaps it’s white blonde privilege that she’s not six feet under at the moment. She was later kicking and screaming and breaking out of cuffs in the squad car, and thus moved to a paddy wagon. When asked about the whereabouts of her kids, the dad told cops their eight year old was at home babysitting the couple’s toddler. You know, like you do on a Sunday night around midnight three sheets to the wind with skin under your fingernails and a police officer’s stolen firearm in your hand.
Nesler was booked on “domestic battery, resisting law enforcement, public intoxication, neglect of a dependent, criminal mischief, disarming a law enforcement officer, disorderly conduct and battery.” Presume that disarming a law enforcement officer is the most serious of the charges, since that one is not directly against her husband who probably won’t push the other charges against her on his own person. $12K bond. Next.
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