Gregory Chambers: Popped For Smearing Poop On Seawall Burger Joint
Here's the poop on a low-down crime, a mystery worthy of Scooby Poo...
Just who was that incontinent miscreant who has spent much of this long hot summer by creeping down to the Wendy's on Galveston's Seawall in the wee hours and smearing human crap all over the doors and windows?
And what would possess someone to do such a thing?
Employees on the morning shift had arrived to find their restaurant soiled over and over again. Finally, they persuaded the police to stake the place out.
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Two plainclothes cops in an unmarked car arrived at 3 a.m. yesterday, anticipating a long boring night ahead. What they found instead was another crime scene -- the doody-vandal had already struck!
Garbage had been shoveled out of all the dumpsters and strewn all over the parking lot. And no, that was not the remnants of a Frosty streaking the windows -- the loose-boweled lowlife had struck again.
At first, the cops believed they were too late. The dirty deed had already been done, after all, but they soon came upon a bicycle hidden in the shadows. And right after that, they found the bike's owner -- 46-year-old Gregory Allen Chambers -- lurking in the shadows too.
Chambers is a part-time employee of the Wendy's in question, and his sister is a manager there, so there's your likely motive: sibling rivalry.
Police say he admitted to the smear campaign, and he has been charged with misdemeanor criminal mischief. His prior record includes arrests for deadly conduct, domestic violence, terroristic threats, trespassing and drugs.
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