What's a man to do when the cops come for him for kicking in his ex-girlfriend's door and throwing rocks at her?
At least he was creative, I guess. That tends to be the only positive in Fayette County stories lately.
Note that it was another all too common domestic dispute. Parents of Fayette County: please start teaching your children that violence is not okay. These things happen again and again because people around here think this is acceptable behavior. It's not. And I'm not sure if rocks are better than frying pans, but it doesn't really matter because Fayette County, seriously. SERIOUSLY. Stop the nonsense. This is part of the reason we have such a bad reputation, but we'll discuss that a little more later.
So, we've had a guy take off into the woods to get away from police and now this. If you were on the run in Fayettenam, where would you hide? I'd go for the cliffs of Caspsaris (not to be confused with Winds of Casparis) or one of the little islands in the Mighty Yough.