– A Bonita Springs man, upset over wife’s vacuuming, is charged for assault and battery after attacking Lee County Deputies
Subscribers to Sarkes Corner know that after Sarkes retired from Boeing, he moved to Bonita Springs, FL. Contrary to popular belief, Bonita Springs is NOT all Gated, Guarded, Golf Course communities populated by Old, Rich, White Folk. Bonita Springs DOES have a Heat Packing, Florida Cracker Community.
One such Bonita Springs Florida Cracker, Ashton Provost, who had just returned from a Rehab stint to solve his drinking problem, was DRUNK and passed out at his home. Obviously, Cracker Ashton must have flunked his Rehab Final Exam.
Cracker Ashton awoke when his Cracker Wife started to vacuum the house. It is a little know fact that NOT ALL Crackers are slobs that live in squalor (trash, empty beer cans, pizza boxes, etc), some Crackers, not many, maintain a clean home.
An argument followed with Cracker Ashton getting violent and throwing household items at his wife. Lee County Sheriffs Deputies were called. The Sheriffs Deputies subdued Cracker Ashton with a Taser after Cracker Ashton pointed a loaded rifle at the Sheriffs Deputies.
A Drunk, Heat Packing Cracker is a formula for disaster.
“Many People Say” Sarkes, are you in harms way living in Bontia Springs with a Cracker Community so close by? Sarkes wants to ensure his loyal subscribers that Sarkes is safe and clear of any Cracker violence. You see, Sarkes lives in one of the Gated, Guarded, Golf Course communities populated by Old, Rich, White Folk. Crackers NOT welcomed, Crackers NOT allowed.
NO shots fired, one Cracker Tased, order is restored in Bonita Springs.
From the Ft. Meyers News-Press:
Bonita Springs man, upset over wife’s vacuuming, charged for alleged assault, battery on deputies
A Bonita Springs man upset that his wife was vacuuming the home while he was trying to sleep was later tasered by Lee County sheriff’s deputies after he pointed a rifle at them.
Ashton C. Provost, 47, was charged with battery, two counts of aggravated assault on a police officer and resisting arrest. He was released on $38,000 bond and will be arraigned May 29.
Deputies were called to a Delaware Street address for a domestic disturbance shortly after 9 p.m. Friday. A woman at the home identified as Provost’s wife told deputies that Provost was drunk, had just returned from rehab and attacked her.
A Lee County sheriff’s report said she told deputies that Provost pulled the vacuum cord out of the wall and told her to stop with the noise.
When the woman told Provost she was calling the sheriff he threw a barstool at her, hitting her and smashing apart on the kitchen table, the report said.
When deputies approached Provost he fled into the home and exited again through the rear with a rifle, pointing the weapon at an officer armed with a taser.
The deputy shot Provost with the taser, forcing the man to drop the rifle, and then arrested him.