Tuesday, March 07, 2006


He's already got a rap sheet so long it could get its own category at the Mobos, and now Bobby Brown has got some more trouble to contend with. Police took the opportunity of his popping into Stoughton to watch his daughter in a cheerleading contest (who encourages cheerleaders when they're competing?) to ask Brown about fourteen years worth of outstanding motor violations. He was released on a forty dollar bond - presumably the cops thought a bloke who had ignored the warrant since 1992 wasn't unlikely to leave town and put it out of his mind.