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Hawthorne, FL– Ronnie Ganley, 30, is another wacky representative from one of my favorite states I like to write about and more than likely will never, ever visit.

Late last Monday night, Ronnie got a tad ticked off with his mother and stepfather. The reason? They cut off the electricity to Ronnie’s camper that resided behind their home. Surely you can sympathize with the fury Ronnie must have felt when he was no longer able to sponge off rely on his parent’s generosity and use their electricity to cook his five-star cuisine dented can of spaghetti-o’s. (Actually, that’s just a guess. I don’t know if he was cooking spaghetti-o’s. Just going by his looks alone, I would have to say cooking meth would probably be more like it.)

Anywho, after the power was cut, Ronnie decided to get even by stabbing his mother and stepfather. He then immediately ran into the woods and hid. The police arrived with a K-9 team to help search for Ronnie and located him within 45 minutes. When Ronnie refused to obey the deputies’ commands and tried to run away, a police dog was released. The dog ended up biting him in the right thigh and Ronnie was apprehended.

He received stitches for the bite wound before being booked in jail where he was charged with aggravated battery with a deadly weapon and resisting arrest. His mother and stepfather, who both received minor injuries, refused medical help at the scene and instead drove themselves to North Florida Regional Medical Center for care.

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