always taking sh*t too far.
Philadelphia sicko pulls fake drive-bys with pellet gun, posts videos to Instagram: cops
Stinson terrorized strangers with a black pellet gun and then posted
the sick videos to his Instagram account, where he identified himself as
a comedian pulling 'pranks.' He was arrested and charged with
aggravated assault, robbery and other offenses. Comments (29)
A Philadelphia goon is facing assault charges for allegedly staging
fake drive-by shootings with a pellet gun and posting videos of the
"pranks" to Instagram.
Daron Stinson, 21, cursed at his victims, sent one man diving into the
snow and even threatened a young woman after asking for her phone number
in the series of so-called "drive-by pranks," which he uploaded to his Instagram account "funniestnphilly," police said, according to local reports.
In the most recent video, posted on Feb. 15, Stinson and some pals
pulled up on a 52-year-old man carting rock salt in a wheelbarrow and
ordered him at gunpoint to put the bag in their truck, cops said.
"Put it in the truck! Hurry the f--- up!" Stinson yells as his friends cackle in the background.
Salt pours from the bag as the terrified man hurries over to the truck,
and the video ends with the group laughing hysterically and speeding
That incident occurred on Diamond St. near Sedgley Ave. in North Philadelphia, Philly.com reported.
"Poor old head make him waste all that good salt," Stinson commented on Instagram.
Elsewhere the account, Stinson, a wannabe comedian and actor, claimed he was terrorizing strangers for laughs.
"All of this is jokes. I'm not out here really robbing people," the
sadistic dope wrote. "I'm not out here really shooting people."
Authorities didn't find it funny.
"I can't understand why anyone in their right mind would think
something like this is a joke," Philadelphia police Lt. John Stanford
"They could cause someone to have a heart attack. They could cause someone to be harmed in so many different ways," he said.
Stinson turned himself in on Tuesday and was charged with aggravated
assault, robbery, reckless endangerment and other related offenses.