Earps/Trouts involved in Hamilton County altercation
HAMILTON CO.—Despite all the hype surrounding the man who was arrested in Hamilton County two weeks ago (April 5) for firing a shotgun into the air in the presence of a whole bunch of apparently scared people, mainstream media is, of course, leaving out a key component: why he felt compelled to allegedly fire the gun in the first place.
We’re not talking about a crazed person errantly discharging a weapon around frightened people. We’re talking about yet another victim of the vile and loathsome Earp/Trout gang…..and not one damn Earp or Trout has, as yet, been arrested for anything, even though they were all allegedly involved in a fracas that left several people beaten and the shooter with a broken hand.
From what we’re hearing, the 15-year-old son of Roy K. (Kenny) Rector, Jr., was in a particularly dangerous place Saturday: at the home of parents of a Trout kid’s girlfriend, namely, Jonathan Trout. (We’re not sure of the flavor of the week this week, but we hear he’s still boinking Kali Royce, so we’re going to assume that’s the Royce residence in question, as it was reported to us this morning.)
The Royce residence is reportedly near the post office, in the village of Broughton.
At some point, the pusillanimous Jonathan Trout, 18, who is a convicted child sex offender and has yet to see the inside of a courtroom in Richland County for anything meaningful on his three serious charges there dating back to last June (Aggravated Battery, June 2010, Sex Offender/Failure to Report Change of Address July 2010, and Aggravated Battery with Great Bodily Harm October 2010) began mouthing off at the 15-year-old.
The 15-year-old’s father, Kenny Rector, 33, told Trout to cool it, as the object of his ire was only 15.
Trout, being the punk that he is, told Rector he needed to get out to the road where he would be “taking his son’s ass-whoopin.” Trout, a petite young thing who fancies himself like his big brothers (Flavius Doug and Michael Scott Earp, of Olney)—some Mixed Martial Arts phenom—promptly, however, found his own ass whooped at the hand of Kenny Rector. A call was made from the Rector residence about this skirmish; whomever answered the 911 call assured the caller that help was on the way. However, it never arrived.
Being the puny pansy he is, Jonathan Trout couldn’t let it stand and reportedly called his big brothers whining for them to come to his rescue. (Bear in mind the distance between Richland County and Hamilton County; still, law enforcement had yet to arrive in Broughton, despite the 911 calls made when Trout was getting his keister kicked). The Earps came to lil Jonathan’s rescue, bringing with them also one Rick Trout, who is apparently the father of one of them (the breeding amongst the Trout/Earp bunch is the most atrocious thing to try and figure out. They have “fathers” and “stepfathers” all over creation, including counties in Illinois where they all have criminal records—Marion, Richland, Edwards, White, Hamilton and Saline, thus far, as well as a couple of counties in Kentucky, from where one strain of them, at least, hails.)
The Trout/Earp bunch, who can do nothing without each other as reinforcements, proceeded to the Rector residence in Broughton. Somehow, it’s been reported, they managed to forcibly remove all cellphones from the residents there, and began beating Kenny Rector. However, evidently they neglected to remember that some people in this day and age still have landlines, and yet another frantic 911 call was made, this from the Rector residence.
Sources indicate that after 20 minutes, without response from law enforcement, the mob went back to the Royce residence. If we understand our sources correctly, Rector’s father arrived, saw what had happened, and, still with no law enforcement, grabbed up a shotgun and shells. Kenny Rector, instead of allowing his father to get involved, took the weapon and ammo from him and drove over to the Royce residence. There, he fired the weapon in the air. And when law enforcement finally arrived, they arrested Kenny Rector, Jr….not any of the Earps/Trouts, at least that we know of.
Kenny Rector’s hand, which had been broken three weeks previously, was re-broken in the fight with the mob. He was scheduled for surgery to fix the old break over the next couple of days from what we understand; being jailed for the weapons charge has precluded that.
According to our sources, Illinois State Police are investigating the incident (since local authorities seem to have been absent that day). With any good fortune, the investigator WON’T be Rick White, but one can never tell. The Trout/Earp bunch have gotten away with far too much for far too long, at least in Richland County, where they have been charged with multiple burglaries dating back to 2006, countless batteries, a mob action case in 2008 very similar to this one, and more; maybe Hamilton will finally dole out some justice that has been lacking in the lives of these useless punks, and someone, finally, will end up in DOC.
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