Somebody Arrest This Guy ... Again! 

"Larry West is the winner of the Shelby County Recidivism Sweepstakes, as far as I can tell. He has been arrested 153 times since January 29, 1983 in the General Sessions Courts and had two more cases in Criminal Court for Armed Robbery and felony theft. He probably has more charges that aren't on the computer, not to mention his juvenile record. I attended Kingsbury High School where he also sometimes showed up, so I know more about him than I would normally. Good old Kingsbury, we're leading the way once more!"

You have to hand it to long-shot Shelby County Sheriff candidate John Harvey. He definitely sends out the most interesting e-mails. The one circulating this morning details the truly impressive criminal record of Mr. West.

Harvey goes on to let us in on how find such fascinating info ... "If you are interested in looking into some of these citizens you can take the RNI number and search for the case information on the General Sessions and Criminal Court Clerk's website. The link is here Just pick General Sessions, and then scroll the listbox down on the left pane to Arrest by RNI. Click that and enter an RNI number in the space provided below and click go. The results will show in the rightmost frame."

Harvey also helpfully gives you a few RNI numbers of folks who've been arrested more than 100 times. Here are a few to get you started: 154 11417, 139 10857, 137 2521, 133 42884, 132 42936. Be very afraid.

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