Warrant For Millie Weaver’s Arrest Was Almost a Month Old – How Did She Not Know?
On Friday Millie Weaver was arrested and while many claimed it was due to the nature of her documentary, nothing could have been further from the truth. In fact, it’s been discovered that the warrant was actually issued on July 20 of this year, a full month in advance. I’m not sure how she didn’t know about it, but clearly it was in place long before the end of July.
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Yet, she told everyone in the video that she had no idea about it. It’s also concerning as to why the arrest took nearly a month to fulfill the requirements of the warrant.
The warrant, which can be viewed here, states that the indictment against Weaver was filed in Portage County Common Pleas Court on July 20, 2020.
Heavy has the story.
1. Weaver Is Accused of Helping Wince & Her Brother Tackle Her Mother, Felicia McCarron, in Order to Get Her Phone
Millicent F. Weaver is facing felony charges because of a dispute with her mother, Felicia McCarron. The indictment, handed down by a Portage County Grand Jury, shows that the altercation happened on April 25, 2020. McCarron’s first name was spelled “Felecia” in the indictment but a search of online records shows she spells her name “Felicia.”
According to the criminal complaint, which Heavy obtained from the county prosecutor, McCarron had been living at the Portage County home for about a month at the time of the confrontation. She moved in after the coronavirus pandemic forced her employer in California to shut down. The report states that on April 25, McCarron was texting with a religious leader “about her daughter being mean.” McCarron accused Weaver of calling her names. Deputies said they confirmed McCarron had sent a text message to her Bishop 26 minutes before dialing 911.
McCarron told deputies she started recording on her phone because she wanted to document how the family treated her. She claimed her son, Charles, along with Wince and Weaver, tackled her to the ground in order to steal her phone. McCarron ran out of the house and used a neighbor’s phone to call 911. McCarron added that she saw Charles run to the back of the property and she assumed he was hiding her phone.