Pimp busted Sunday night after chase; stuff confiscated Monday morning
BRIDGEPORT—The lowlife pimp known as “Hootie” has apparently pissed off Lawrence County officials one too many times.
Derek Wells, 24, a punk meth mover in Lawrence County since almost before he could SPELL meth (his first arrest—on the books, anyway, as juvies aren’t available to us—was days after he turned 18 in 2004), was reportedly the subject of yet another high-speed chase last night, Sept. 11, and when he was apprehended by the cops, somehow his brother or cousin (hell, might be both) Dustin Wells and Dustin’s pump & babymomma, Loran Atkins, were involved too.
According to our sources, all three of them were arrested. As of tonight, Sept. 12, we understand that Atkins posted bond shortly thereafter and was out running around doing her thang, whatever that may be (more on that in a minute).
However, Hootie wasn’t so fortunate, since his last foray into violating the law set back one of his hoes a cool five grand. As far as our Lawrence County sources are telling us, the Hootman is still in the hoosegow (that’d be Russell’s House of U-Been-Bad) ….and, as of this morning at about 9 a.m., our Bridgeport sources tell us “It looked like a parade going down the street, and all the cop cars and wreckers were carrying Hootie’s stuff.”
Apparently there was a big search warrant executed on the Hootster’s Hovel right next to Lanterman Park in Bridgeport, and apparently there was a lot found. It took a couple of wreckers to remove Pimp Hootie’s Pimpmobile (the little red Mazda piece of crap truck that he uses to ingratiate himself to his next victim by making them feel special after he teaches them to drive a standard transmission….before he begins pimping them as meth salespeople), his four-wheeler, and his motorcycle.
Whatever else they took out of his hovel remains unknown at this time, but Sheriff Russell Adams has advised that he’ll be sending us a press release on it in the morning. We hear they were looking for incriminating things that might tie tha Hoot in with others in the young, up and coming drug community. Sure would hate to be someone whose name and cell number was found scrawled on a piece of paper sitting in Hootie’s Hovel and uncovered in the search. Just sayin.
Anyway, after we heard all of this, we went to get some shots of the Hovel, to see if it looked any different than before. As we pulled up, we noticed two women, one older gal who was rather pudgy and a younger gal not pudgy (a rarity these days), riding bicycles with grocery bags hanging off the handlebars, looking for all the world like they were headed to Hooties….and they were. So we went into the park, then around the block, and here’s what happened:
When the get the full story tomorrow (and we’re sure there will be inaccuracies, but hopefully Russell will clear them up) we’ll adjust accordingly, but for now, enjoy.
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