August 25, 2016

Another nugget of wisdom from

James Otto:

when you see young admits to college do today like brown from ferguson MO who does a strong arm rob and leave for college to a basketball scholarship. We know NEBRASKA and its heisman JOHNNY RODGERS and he showed the same behavior as BROWN i guess… robbing and beating up people like police!!!! Never will he be allowed to surface again in the big ten? It makes you think about APPLING and guns and crusing and mateen and violence behavior as a married man against a date. IT ALL COMES FROM THE UNIVERSITIES and taking in these raw DEMONs with no SEOUL….
 News article:  

A dangerous prisoner is now on the loose after he was accidentally released from the Oakland County Jail on Wednesday night. A cash reward has been offered for information leading to his capture.

The Michigan Department of Corrections says Johnnie Rodgers, 24, was in Oakland County’s custody for a court hearing and was released around 6 p.m. instead of being handed over to the MDOC.

We’re told it was hours before anyone realized the mistake.

Several agencies are now looking for him including the U.S. Marshals Service, Department of Corrections and Michigan State Police.

At about 1:30 Thursday afternoon, the Michigan Department of Corrections tweeted that they would offer a reward of up to $1,000 for information leading to the capture of Rodgers.

Rodgers was convicted of assault with intent to commit murder and armed robbery out of Wayne County in 2014. He was serving a 15-year sentence. Rodgers is described as 6 feet tall and around 187 pounds.

If you know of his whereabouts, call 911 or:

  • Crimestoppers – 1-800-SPEAK-UP
  • Oakland County – 1-888-TURN-1-IN

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