Many of you remember that Danny Howe was arrested during Spring Break in 2004 for witnessing in Seaside, Oregon. You also remember, that he was acquitted. This year, when Danny went to Spring Break, he was told that if he preached he would be arrested and that this time they would "make it stick." There will be a lawsuit.
Also, last year, in May, Michael Carr was arrested for Disorderly Conduct while distributing tracts on the public sidewalk outside a Hillsboro middle school.
Get ready for a convoluted story:
He was released from jail at about midnight. He went for arraignment, but there was "no complaint." Weeks later, he was visited by his home town Tigard Police and told to wait there at home while a Hillsboro cop drove over to re-cite him. He got the citation, then went (again) to arragnment and (again) there was no complaint.
Meanwhile, attorneys notified the Hillsboro and the school that they would be filing a civil suit on the matter. The Hillsboro cops (again) re-cited Michael.
This year, Michael went out to that school again. He was arrested again, but this time charged with seven charges -- included were trespassing, Disorderly Conduct, and stalking (the principal). He was released late again. When he went for that arraginment, he was placed in custody under $10,000 bail for "violating the release agreement" from the arrest in last year's case.
Now they have bumped up the charges to the same seven charges for the first arrest.
Does it sound to you like desperation? I believe they are tring to make Michael out to be a bad man so when he goes before a federal judge, he will be less credible. Please pray.