Sunday, March 28, 2010

Home Invasion with Toy Gun

A Jackson man is accused of kicking in the door of a mobile home and trying to rob a woman with a toy gun early Friday.

David Malpass Jr., 21, allegedly demanded money, but the woman said she didn't have any, so he grabbed a laptop and fled the residence, which is on South Silverton Street. About 30 minutes later, officers traced footprints through the woods to Mr. Malpass' residence, according to Jackson Police Chief Dennis Rushton.

Oddly enough, police found the man's kitchen smoking and the suspect and a roommate passed out. They were able to wake up the residents and tell them they had left a pot on the stove that was smoking, possibly preventing a disaster, Chief Rushton said.

"I guess that's what drugs and beer with do to you," the chief told The Jail Report, suggesting the suspect was under the influence during the alleged robbery.

Mr. Malpass was charged with burglary, larceny and strong armed robbery. He remains in the Aiken County Detention Center today. He's a repeat offender with previous charges of grand larceny, malicious inury to property and disorderly conduct - gross intoxication.


  1. The sad part is, the woman's children were home and he really traumatized those kids. One of the kids is autistic and is really having a hard time with this one. I hope he goes to prison for a long time. He deserves it!

  2. I actually know Dave. He's hung like a horse! Seriously huge between the legs! I'd had the pleasure of being in his pants a couple of times. Amazing c**k and he knows how to use it!