the truth behind tubbys life

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tubby

Saltillo, MS

#1 Apr 7, 2013
THE TRUTH BEHIND TUBBY’S LIFE
I want to explain some stuff to the people of Tishomingo County because I know the people that are against this petition to vote Tishomingo County wet are going to drag up all the bad stuff that they can against me. I am just going to go ahead and tell you the whole truth about the situation. I am not for sure on this date but I think it was around 1995. Ricky Marler or F44, which was a MS highway control man have had several run- ins with each other. He had never caught me or wrote me a ticket for anything but he was constantly stopping me and harassing me for no reasons. So I got drunk one night and called him up. The night that I called him up phone harassment had become a felony charge. We had a few words on the telephone and I don’t remember just exactly what I said. Anyhow about a year or so later he toke out papers on me for phone harassment. I go to court and plead guilty on it and they sentenced me 5 years in the MS state pen. They upheld the five years for me to serve. They gave me 5 years supervised probation. September 18, 1998 I got caught with the Burnsville law. At that time I only had one DUI on Jackson, MS records. That is all of the DUI’s they had on me in Jackson, MS. I can still prove that record through Jackson, MS records. At the time I got this second DUI Ricky Marler had became a state investigator. He dug up an old DUI on me from the city of Iuka, MS. So then they turn around and charge me with a third offense DUI which you can check the records in Jackson, MS and to this day they have only got the first DUI and the third offense DUI. Where is number two DUI at? By them charging me with a third offense DUI made it a felony. I went to court and the lawyer made a plea bargain deal. I can either fight this DUI and beat it and get sent to the pen for 5 years for phone harassment or I can plead guilty to this 3rd offense DUI and get 2 years to serve in the pen. Which one would you take? Would you take the 5 years or the 2 years? I did 13 months and 5 days all together locked up. After I got out I started back drinking again. Then sometime in the summer of 2003 I quit drinking again. I have been quit drinking around ten or eleven years now. I just want the people and the voters of Tishomingo County to know the truth before these folks are against me spreading these lies and rumors. You can ask J.R. Blankey, he was Justice Court judge at that time. You can ask David Smith he was the sheriff at that time. You can ask Rodney Parnell, he was the second in command of the sheriff department at that time. You can ask any police officer that was working at that time and they will tell you that what I have just told you is 100% the truth. I just want you folks to know this before the lies and the rumors get started. I am definitely not doing this for a drink of alcohol. I am doing this to bring tax money and jobs to Tishomingo County and maybe keep our young youth from having to leave Tishomingo County to get a job. I have told ya’ll before that no one has paid for this petition or told me what to say in this petition but Charles Tubby Aldridge. If you believe legalizing the sale of alcohol will help Tishomingo County go to the polls and vote “yes” on May 21st, 2013. Thank you very much.
Charles “Tubby” Aldridge.
korre

Booneville, MS

#2 Apr 7, 2013
So you're a multiple felon and can't even vote in the election but somehow got a petition to take the issue to election through.

I smell a rat.
Progressive

United States

#3 Apr 7, 2013
Oh yes, because Rodney "kid-lover" Panell, David "convicted felon" Smith, and JR"no lawyer for you" Blakney are three of the worst people to ever be in a position of authority in tishomingo county history. Those were the worst of times. I really really hope that the three men you named never have anything to do with anything in this county ever again. Throw in Donald"gluttony" Thomas and Bobby"meth" Flynt and what you have is a lot of of heart-ache for a many of kids. These five men have ruined many a 17yr old kids lives. Whether it be child abuse/neglect, sexual misconduct, etc. let us never go back to those horrible times. When they were in office you could walk down the road and see bottles spewing meth all up and down the roads, but they were busy picking on my kids for little or nothing. Putting these mens names up here like they were something good is a foolish thing to do.
okk

Booneville, MS

#4 Apr 7, 2013
This no longer has to do with Tubby..it is now about the town.. Thank you Tubby for all you have done
korre

Booneville, MS

#5 Apr 7, 2013
It seems to me that someone who has an alcohol related felony isn't the one you want spearheading the charge to legalize alcohol in Tish County.

If he has an alcohol based harassment felony in there as well, it becomes even less likely that you want him being the spokesman.

Given this information you'd have to really look deep into who you are if you're one of his supporters and decide whether you want to continue to support him and his cause considering who he admits that he is. How many others really want guilt by association on their character?
leroy

Corinth, MS

#6 Apr 7, 2013
way to go tubby .when i catch you one of these days i want to shake you hand sir. proud of you .you stuckto you guns .
tubby

Saltillo, MS

#7 Apr 7, 2013
korre wrote:
So you're a multiple felon and can't even vote in the election but somehow got a petition to take the issue to election through.
I smell a rat.
yes i cn can vote
korre

Booneville, MS

#8 Apr 7, 2013
True, I forgot that only certain kinds of felonies bar you from voting in MS.

However, it's still dubious to know that the person who spearheaded the charge to make alcohol legal in Tish County has multiple felonies associated with alcohol usage.

It ranks right up there with having a convicted child molester babysit your kids or giving a murderer a shotgun. How wise is it to have a person convicted of alcohol related crimes be the spokesperson to bring alcohol to Tish County? The wisdom here in supporting the issue after this information has come to light is lacking in a major way.
Jay

Booneville, MS

#9 Apr 7, 2013
korre wrote:
It seems to me that someone who has an alcohol related felony isn't the one you want spearheading the charge to legalize alcohol in Tish County.
If he has an alcohol based harassment felony in there as well, it becomes even less likely that you want him being the spokesman.
Given this information you'd have to really look deep into who you are if you're one of his supporters and decide whether you want to continue to support him and his cause considering who he admits that he is. How many others really want guilt by association on their character?
So, why don't you vote no against it May 21st. At least Tubby has put this info about him out there for everyone to see. Vote your conscience May 21st.
korre

Booneville, MS

#10 Apr 7, 2013
You do realize that he put his information out there only AFTER he got it to ballot, right?

If he was honest up front and let everyone know that he's a three time DUI offender and also harassed a police officer to felony degree while drunk before, would there even be a vote coming up? Who in their right mind would have supported his obsession if that were the case?

He released game changing information after the fact, and that's dishonest.

Not only is he someone who drives drunk regularly, and harasses people when he gets drunk, but he's a liar too. To intentionally withhold information that is relevant is tantamount to a lie.

I will vote against this, obviously, solely because of how he's acted. I'll still buy alcohol, and I'll continue to buy it across the state line. Sure, the county needs the tax dollars, but we shouldn't reward Tubby's dishonesty by allowing him to easily obtain alcohol in order to make our roads dangerous all over again and harass our law enforcement personnel.

Frankly, given the information he withheld solely for the purpose of having a chance in hell with this petition, I feel the petition should be withdrawn.
Resident

Booneville, MS

#11 Apr 7, 2013
This isn't news to anyone in Northern Tish Co. Tubby has made his mistakes and paid for them. Should we continue to punish him?
Maybe some of his repaying his community is to raise the petition and get it to the ballot.
korre

Booneville, MS

#12 Apr 7, 2013
I have no intention of continuing to punish him. Refusing the ballot because of deceptive methods to get it to ballot isn't the same as punishing him.

Saying he is square with the state is not the same as disallowing him to be deceptive.
Resident

Booneville, MS

#13 Apr 7, 2013
Tubby's past isn't news in Northern Tish Co. He never deceived anyone or hid it from anyone.
korre

Booneville, MS

#14 Apr 7, 2013
What about people who are not native to Tish County?
Resident

Booneville, MS

#15 Apr 7, 2013
I wouldn't blindly sign a petition until I asked who, the character of that person and what was the petitions goal. If you've been this web site very long, you've been exposed to Tubby's past or read the accusations.
korre

Booneville, MS

#16 Apr 7, 2013
I'm very new to the area and to this site. I've used this site in areas I used to live in, but have not been here long so I've not gone to this section long.

I'm glad I didn't sign the petition. It was already in the hands of the court person by the time I moved here.
Elrod USA

Ridgeland, MS

#19 Apr 7, 2013
korre wrote:
I'm very new to the area and to this site. I've used this site in areas I used to live in, but have not been here long so I've not gone to this section long.
I'm glad I didn't sign the petition. It was already in the hands of the court person by the time I moved here.
You must be very new to reality if you think it makes any difference who spearheaded this petition. You would have been against it regardless. The election is here and the vote will decide which way it goes, that's all that matters now. If you are new to this area you can't vote anyway.
JRE

Booneville, MS

#20 Apr 7, 2013
korre wrote:
I'm very new to the area and to this site. I've used this site in areas I used to live in, but have not been here long so I've not gone to this section long.

I'm glad I didn't sign the petition. It was already in the hands of the court person by the time I moved here.
I am also new to the area but talked to Mr. Aldridge before I signed his petition. There was nothing deceptive about him. He was up front about his intentions and how he thought it would benefit the county. My job requires me to drive to both Tennessee and Alabama. In every instance just across the state line there were more Tishomingo county cars buying alcohol than there were local in state cars.
korre

Booneville, MS

#21 Apr 7, 2013
Perhaps he was up front about his intentions, JRE, but was he up front about having been arrested multiple times for alcohol related felonies?

If not, then I am correct when I said he was not up front about his alcohol related felonies. His intentions with this petition are not what is in question.

Incorrect, Elrod USA. I was actually going to vote in favor of it as it makes obtaining alcohol where I live easier. However, I won't now, and it doesn't do any real harm to my life as it's simple to continue to drive across state/county lines to buy like I am currently doing.

By the way, I am very new to Tish County but am not so new that I cannot yet vote. I have been here long enough to vote in this election. It doesn't take long to get that ability.

Since: Feb 12

Oklahoma City, OK

#23 Apr 7, 2013
He told me this entire story about 4 months ago when I met him in Brooks Grocery. He hasn't bid anything. But now that he's got.the petition signed and its going to vote people are starting to make up other BS about him and posting it all over Facebook.

As far as him being the one heading it up, he probably did it because he was the only one with the gumption to get off his ass and do something about it. Nobody gives a shit if you vote no...you can stick to being a badass and bootlegging beer and stealing (pirating) gay porn. Have fun.

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