Skip to comments.Disorderly conduct sends Muhammed to county jail
Posted on 02/17/2006 3:24:12 PM PST by SamFromLivingston
Drelijah Joshua Muhammed II, formerly known as Marcus Taite, was arrested Feb. 9 by Thomasville police officers when they attempted to serve him with a warrant and he became disruptive.
The warrant for domestic violence, third degree had been issued by Clarke County Sheriffs Department. There was also a warrant for parole/probation violation from the State of Alabama. After resisting the officer, Muhammed was also charged with disorderly conduct and resisting arrest. Once he was subdued and taken to Thomasville Police Department, officers found a crack rock in his pocket, so he was then charged with unlawful possession of a controlled substance.
Muhammed was transported to Clarke County Jail.
Why would a person who has changed his name (from something reasonably normal) give himself a "II" with his new name? In Real Life, "II" means that you have the same name as a living grandfather or uncle.
(A thousand fatwas are about to descend on the Clark County Democrat, of course.)
There are prisons filled with the likes of him, itching to get out.
No pictures of Muhammed?
Completely made up name. Drelijah isn't even a Muslim name (Googling it reveals 0) so I guess it doesn't matter that he has a name from "the book" in there. Hoping to sound cool. You can just call him "JJ" for Joshua Junior. :)
LOL....They're going straight to hell for that headline.
And this is the GOOD muhammad
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