Eric Yzaguirre, who is the son of Theresa "Mpls Mirror" Yzaguirre, who makes it her unpaid business to pour derision on NoMi revitalization efforts, is not only facing domestic violence charges (with Jill Clark as his attorney) but in 2009 was involved in a side of the road drugs-and-a-gun bust in Oklahoma.
A firearm and FOUR POUNDS of marijuana were found in the car. (Joke font) That's enough to keep Crazy Town Mayoral Candidate Al Flowers high for, like, two weeks. (End joke font)
Click here for a small local news article about the bust, which also involved brother Jerome Yzaguirre. The two men were not residing in Oklahoma at the time but were, according to Oklahoma online court records, residents of Minneapolis.
JNS blog asks: Where were the drugs and gun going?
The Oklahoma news article was brought to the attention of this blog by an anonymous commenter. The online court records of the incident were then located. According to these records...
The bust took place in Atoka County and was made by the Caney police department. Caney has a population of 199 according to the 2000 Census, as related by Wikipedia.
For the incident, Eric paid a total of $1,757.50. His last payment was made January 11 of this year. Eric is known to live at his mother's South Minneapolis address, based on recent Hennepin County jail roster information. Unknown where he lived at the time of the Oklahoma drugs and a gun incident.
Brother Jerome got in more trouble for the incident. He was not only charged over the drugs, but for "failure to carry current security verification form" and a defective headlight. Plus possession of a firearm during commission of a felony. Ouch!
Jerome appears to have paid a total of $2553, with his last payment made September 12 of this year. The "completion date of deferred sentence" is July 28, 2014. His probation is described as "unsupervised."
All this information can be found in the comment threads of the previous blog posting, click here, but given the shocking nature of the info another blog post seemed appropriate.
These are, after all, the sons of the Mpls Mirror lady who pours scorn and criticism upon North Minneapolis revitalization efforts and has even risen up in defense of Peter "Spanky Pete" Rickmyer, a child molester. (Spanky Pete shares an attorney, Jill Clark, with Eric Yzaguirre)
Meanwhile, Theresa Yzaguirre's no account sons are firearm packing drug couriers.