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Man arrested for probation violation

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WILMINGTON, NC, (WWAY) -- Koredresse Robert Tyson was stopped by probation officers on St. Andrews Drive for a probation violation. He was placed into custody.

Officers found a stolen firearm in the vehicle he was in.

He is charged with possession of a stolen firearm, possession of firearm by felon, carrying a concealed weapon and misdemeanor possession of marijuana.

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Of course the firearm was

Of course the firearm was STOLEN---he is a convicted FELON. Unlike what anti-gun advocates tell us, he CANNOT go down to the local gun store and purchase a firearm.
Convicted felons in possession of a firearm should face maximum penalties without possibility of parole to be served completely before any other sentence they receive begins.
The laws are on the books---USE THEM EFFECTIVELY!!!!!
Make examples of the violators.

Also charge his parents

Why burden your child with a name like Koredresse?

Understood Guesty, but look at that mug!

That's bad enough to make any mother puke!

It's better than....

I'm a 4th-grade teacher in Columbus County. I have been a teacher for 9 years now, and during that time, I've seen many unusual names given to our children. Some of the truly unique ones are often sentimental and loving, such as a beautiful and vibrant girl named Shen'Daria I taught a few years ago. Her name was a combination of her mother's name (Shenya) and her father's name (Darias).

Not all parents choose their children's names with such good intentioned thoughts, though. Some of the crueler ones I've seen over the years follow. Koredresse is in my opinion a better name than:
As'shole (pronounced Uh-SHOW-Lee)
Shi'Thead (pronounced Shuh-Thayd)
Lemonjello (pronounced Luh-MAWN-jullow)
Orangejello (pronounced Oh-RAHN-jullow)