Florida man threatens he's 'about ready to kill' neighbor, himself over walkway dispute during city council meeting
A disgruntled Florida guy threatened to kill his neighbor after which himself in an ongoing dispute over a shared walkway at a town council assembly this week.
Leonard Towsley, 56, took to the rostrum Monday all the way through the Edgewater Town Council assembly to handle an ongoing dispute together with his neighbor, William Hamilton.
“He took complete benefit of you peoples’ stupidity, conceitedness and animosity and made you assume that he may get, you must break out with doing his grimy paintings for him,” Towsley mentioned after pausing more than one instances to compose himself.
Towsley was once referencing a subject involving a shared walkway between his assets and Hamilton’s.
The difficulty began a couple of years in the past when Hamilton paved the walkway with asphalt after the town granted him a allow to take action, The Daytona Beach News-Journal reported.
Information bought by means of the news company display that Hamilton referred to as police on Towsley thrice in 2017, all leading to 3 misdemeanor fees for which the person by no means was once prosecuted.
In a single incident, Towsley allegedly dug up items of the asphalt and in any other, he spray painted the walkway.
“For those who two lowlifes get re-elected, all hell’s going to wreck free down there as a result of I’ve reached my finish and I’m about able to kill that piece of s*** Hamilton,” he mentioned. “Then I’m going to finally end up taking my very own lifestyles.”
Towsley persevered his rant sooner than being escorted out of the assembly by means of two officials.
“You’re going to have two useless our bodies laying in the course of the road that you’re going to have to respond to for on account of that scumbag!”
“Do you two b****** need to cross to jail on account of him for a double homicide?” Towsley mentioned to 2 explicit council individuals.
Capt. Joe Mahoney instructed The Daytona Seashore Information-Magazine that the police division remains to be undertaking an investigation into the threats made by means of Towsley.