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Man charged after window broken with head-butt

Monday, July 30, 2012 12:16 PM
Last updated 7:40 PM
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A 23-year-old is in jail after police said he was identified on surveillance video breaking the window to a Broad Street restaurant with his head Sunday morning.

According to an incident report, a Broad Street resident notified deputies after she noticed the broken window of Frog Hollow Tavern, 1282 Broad St., on her way home shortly before 3 a.m.

Deputies reviewed the restaurant’s surveillance video, which showed a man walking by the business about 1:30 a.m., butting his head on the glass twice, causing it to break, then walking away.

Justyn Dontya Mack was found soon after and booked into the Richmond County jail on charges of criminal damage to property in the second degree.

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Riverman1
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Riverman1 07/31/12 - 06:15 am
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Better to HeadButt Than Shoot

It's better to have your windows destroyed by head butting than bullets like happened to Ruebens. Maybe we can get more of the First Friday crowd to take up head butting instead of shooting.

beboisme
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beboisme 07/31/12 - 07:16 am
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No pain,no gain? And the

No pain,no gain? And the reason for this act of stupidity?

scooter2762
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scooter2762 07/31/12 - 10:03 am
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I don't believe stupidity has

I don't believe stupidity has to have a reason.

itsanotherday1
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itsanotherday1 07/31/12 - 04:13 pm
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Too bad the glass didn't

Too bad the glass didn't break and cut the stupidity out of his head.

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