Skip to comments.Teen whose photo was banned from school yearbook arrested at house party with her MOTHER
Posted on 10/14/2012 11:12:08 PM PDT by Huntress
A teenager who attracted national attention when her racy high school yearbook photo was rejected for being too revealing has been arrested at a house party - along with her mother.
Sydney Spies, 18, allegedly tried to stop police arresting her mother, Denise 'Miki' Spies, who attempted to run away when authorities found teenagers drinking alcohol in her home.
Police arrived to find numerous underage drinkers with a beer keg, liquor bottles and cups of alcohol at the home in Durango, Colorado, at 11.20 p.m. on Sunday, authorities said.
When partygoers spotted the police, they hopped over a chain-link fence in the back garden and ran up a steep hill behind the house, The Durango Herald reported. Police approached Miki Spies, 45, and she allegedly refused to give her name or date of birth. She then 'broke into a full sprint for her front door', according to an incident report.
Officers chased her to her bedroom where she tried to slam the door. After a struggle, she was arrested. Her daughter had allegedly tried to stop police from catching her mother. When the teen was arrested for obstructing a police officer and put in a patrol car, she attempted to escape.
'She nearly kicked me in the groin,' an officer wrote in his report about the teenager's struggle.
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Related thread from January 2012: http://www.freerepublic.com/focus/f-news/2829366/posts
Low information voter ping.
Geez, never could have suspected she might be a bad apple, lol /sarcasm
So the Lesbian mother has raised a daughter who is overtly sexual and hates people with fixed moral standards. Who’d have thunk it? Isn’t it common sense that sexual deviants are likely to be poor parents?
Aug 14th, 2012, and was posted at the time.
I’m also seeing a lot of other pro-Obama and pro-atheist postings on her Facebook.
Another person who can’t grow up and get old with any maturity.
Slut mom raising a slut daughter results in nothing but trouble. Lock them both up and throw away the key.
I think putting them in prison is the right thing to do, but don’t lock them up. Give the prisoners free rein with them so they can exercise their “talents” to their fullest. /s
And you say that from a “higher moral ground” and then throw in the /s tag so you can say you’re joking?
Kinda looks like Teri Garr.(On a really bad day)
Trashy as can be and big time attention whores. The “LOOK AT ME” society we have now.
I guess they think a reality TV show is in their future.
Wait, this is the USA. They’re correct in thinking that.
It stinks, doesn’t it?
To me, what is most interesting about this unsurprising narrative is the number of Obama voters who rushed to the comboxes to come to the defense of these trashy, immoral people—AKA their kind of folks. We are two societies now, and the degraded excuses for humanity in this sad tale may well be in the majority.
Liberalism’s mindless, amoral sluts are a heavy burden on America and her people. Soullessness was intended by our (atheist) Marxist “smart” people.
Ahhh.....some clarification is in order!
First, it’s not hard to judge these wimminfolk from a higher moral ground. How high do you have to be in order to be above their moral character?
When my daughter was in high school, I talked to her about the idiocy of falling into the easy, popular trap. Since I worked with schools for many years, I had seen what goes on there. The peer pressure put on good kids from the slut element is horrible. Some kids are able to withstand it, others just don’t have the foundations. Give the kids a chance to be good kids.
The judgement stands, but the punishment was tended in a sarcastic manner because it was unconstitutional.
“First, its not hard to judge these wimminfolk from a higher moral ground. How high do you have to be in order to be above their moral character?”
Anyone who jokes about using rape as punishment has no standing for using a moral argument.
I didn’t see it as that when I wrote it, but you have a good point.
But I was joking. The story is serious, as is the High School problem.