On May 26, 40-year-old “habitual criminal” Isaiah Gardenhire was charged with sexually assaulting a teenage girl. Isaiah G. Gardenhire was arraigned for a felony count of criminal sexual conduct second degree (under 13 and defendant was at least 17) and a felony count of habitual offender supplemental warrant a third conviction. A probable cause hearing was set for June 9th. Gardenhire decided to raise a little hell before going up the river.
Gardenhire went on a 45-hour crime spree before the police caught up with him and placed him under arrest. He was ordered held on a $7,500 bond, but he only needed to put down $750. Once he got out, he went to the house where his wife, who is divorcing him lives. Fortunately, she went shopping with her daughter and wasn’t home. He then drove to his girlfriend’s house where he stabbed her 13-year-old daughter, killing her.
He then stabbed his girlfriend and sexually assaulted her. He was not done yet. After his rampage at his girlfriend’s house, he committed the crimes of robbery, carjacking, hostage-taking, and the sexual assault of a second woman. All of this in just 45 hours.
Strangely, the police said that the public had nothing to fear from Gardenhire:
Also, notice they did not tell anyone the man they wanted was Black.
MSN – Authorities allege he emerged several hours later and approached a man and woman.
Police allege he struck the man, and entered the couple’s apartment, holding them both hostage.
According to officials, Gardenhire then allegedly repeatedly sexually assaulted the female victim before stealing money from the couple and fleeing in their 2014 Ford Fusion.
“This is certainly a horrific tragedy and a completely senseless loss of life,” Isabella County Prosecutor David Barberi said.
Barberi is unsure of what led to that decision, considering Gardenhire’s criminal history. He said it’s the byproduct of a softer approach to criminal justice.
“This is the unfortunate consequence, the unintended consequence of no cash bail and bail reform,” Barberi said.
The magistrate who set the low bail was confronted by a conservative citizen journalist, Ryan “Logik” Roberts. The magistrate, Glenn Jackson told Roberts that his bail decision was right even though he killed a young girl and stabbed her mother. Roberts told the magistrate that he had blood in his hands.
The magistrate claimed that Gardenhire was not a habitual criminal but he has a rap sheet:
2014 – firearm possession by a felon.
2004 – Home invasion 2nd degree.
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2003 – forcible entry judgment and eviction.
2000 – Assault an Employee or criminal escape from jail (attempted)
2000 – Assault with a Dangerous Weapon (attempted felonious Assault)