Thursday, October 4, 2018

Sodomite Sailor William Clyde Allen III, 39, Arrested For Sending Envelopes Of Castor Seeds To The White House And Pentagon

The former sailor arrested for sending envelopes containing castor seeds to the White House and Pentagon was reduced in rank twice before he left the Navy in 2002. William Clyde Allen III, 39, of Logan, Utah, was in custody on Wednesday and is seen grinning in his mugshot. He served in the Navy from 1998 to 2002 as a fireman apprentice on supply and support ships. Seven months before he was discharged, his rank changed from E4 to E2, according to The Military Times. He had been put on that rank in March that year. During his time in the Navy, he was awarded the 'E' ribbon twice, a National Defense Service Medal and two Sea Service Deployment Ribbons, all of which are standard issue. Details of his departure from the armed services and what he has been doing since were not immediately available on Thursday morning. In 2008, Allen was arrested for aggravated assault in Logan and was sentenced to one year in jail as part of a plea deal. Fox News reported that officials were led to Allen's home after his return address was on one of the envelope mailed to the Pentagon. He was arrested in Utah on Wednesday and was taken into custody. Police have until Friday to file charges. Source

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