Woman Named Fellony Arrested
Woman Named Fellony Arrested, It’s not often that a perfect storm of irony rolls into town. But a woman name Fellony has been charged with, you guess it, felony battery after a bar fight in Indiana.
In what must be the most unfortunate case of a child living up to her name, Fellony Silas, 30, allegedly smashed a glass against a woman’s forehead. The altercation started after the 24-year-old victim bumped into Fellony on the bar’s dance floor, The Smoking Gun reports.
So what kind of punishment is our dear Fellony facing for her alleged antics?
The aptly-named suspect was arrested and charged with a Class C felony by Monroe County police. If convicted, under Indiana law Fellony could get anywhere from 2 to 8 years in prison, be fined up to $10,000, or both.
Like many states, Indiana law categorizes felonies into four classes: A, B, C, and D. Class A felonies are the most severe and carry from 20 years up to life imprisonment depending on the offense. Fines of up to $10,000 can also be imposed.
So with that in mind, one could say that Fellony lucked out by just getting away with a Class C felony. At least that’s what the person who tells her parents should say before letting them that their little girl is behind bars. (Reuters)