Skip to comments.Call 911: Mother's desperate note to convenience store clerk that helped her escape abusive 4ft 3in
Posted on 05/23/2014 5:20:06 AM PDT by lowbridge
A registered sex offender and convicted criminal is back behind bars after his girlfriend - terrified for her safety and for her baby - slipped a convenience store clerk a note on Saturday afternoon begging him for help.
Mark Valuckas, 36, of Tacoma, Washington, has an extensive criminal record which includes sexual assault, kidnapping, and weapons and drugs charges.
His girlfriend, who hasnt been named, told police that Valuckas had a history of being abusive to her and had even threatened to hurt her child.
She claims that Valuckas - who is 4 feet, 3 inches tall - hit her on the side of her head with a baseball bat during an argument on Saturday then held a pocket knife to her throat and threatened to kill her.
Valuckas then allegedly told her to take a ride with him so he could calm down, reports The News Tribune.
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Is it wrong that I’m laughing?
Did she write it in shorthand???
NASTY little man!
She should have pushed him off the ladder he was standing on.
I bet the guy has a short temper.
“Little man” syndrome?
Why is a rapist/kidnapper not in prison for life?
I guess the legal system chose to overlook his offenses.
The posts so far show brilliance!
The one saying the baby was in the car is a real eye-opener!
He has to sleep sometime...right? Bat swings two ways.
Que: Scene from “Scarface”.
once again the public is short-changed by the justice system.
Probly got tired of being talked down to.
Hooking up with a hot-tempered violent midget with a mile-long rap sheet might’ve been a mistake, I guess? Who knew?
hey, don’t sell him short, he maybe suffering from the “last one to know it’s raining syndrome”
Thought of you.
Don’t know why...
The Daily Mail is better than the National Enquirer!
Why the big deal over such a small problem?
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