Mom Catches High School Freshmen 'E-Cigging' at House Party
Cindy was hosting a high school freshman Christmas party for one of her children at their home in Evansville, Indiana, when she discovered one of the students wasn’t playing by the rules.
She found out that one of the freshman was ‘e-cigging’ at the party. Cindy, with a megaphone in hand, wasted no time in letting the students know how she felt about it. Credit: lauren_nicole_6 via Storyful
In court proceedings held Wednesday morning, Taco the cat entered a plea of “not guilty” on charges of negligence and vandalism connected to the destruction of a dinner plate in December of 2015.
The plea came as a shock to many following the case, as investigators had long been in possession of compelling photographic evidence depicting Taco standing over the shattered plate with what some have described as a “frantic” look on his face. The prosecutor in the case submitted the photo at the hearing today.
“It’s entirely circumstantial,” Ronald Eisley, Taco’s attorney, said at a press conference held shortly after the plea. “Just because my client was near the scene of the incident has no bearing on whether he is responsible for it, and we intend to fight these charges all the way to the highest court if we have to.”
Mr. Eisley did not respond to follow-up questions from press.