Josh Bloom, Finger-Gunman Fresh Off 40-Mile Chase With Cops, Caught Driving Again

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You know who shouldn't be driving a car this week? Josh Bloom, the guy who pretended his fingers were guns, and pointed them at other drivers, before leading police on a 40-mile car chase.

You know who Goodyear police say was spotted driving away from an elementary school yesterday? Josh Bloom, the guy who pretended his fingers were guns, and pointed them at other drivers, before leading police on a 40-mile car chase.

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-Bloom Led Cops on 40-Mile Chase; Was Wanted for Pointing Finger-Guns at Drivers

Goodyear cops have started putting police substations at schools to increase police presence, and as one of these officers was on his way in, he recognized Bloom, 35, who was on his way out.

Believe it or not, Bloom's driver's license had been revoked, so he was arrested again. It's entirely likely that Bloom will be jailed for a bit, since he was just released from jail on $10,000 bond a few days ago.

Bloom had to post that $10,000 bond to get out of jail because he led police on a car chase that lasted for 40 miles last week.

After receiving reports that Bloom was pointing his finger-guns at drivers, DPS officers pulled over Bloom after they located him, and observed him following another vehicle too closely, according to court documents.

Bloom told the officers he didn't have a driver's license -- which was suspended due to a DUI -- and the officers asked him to get out of his car.

As he drove away, his side mirror hit one of the cops on the wrist, and when the officers caught up to Bloom and tried to pass him, he swerved over and nearly hit the officers, according to the documents.

Bloom was eventually stopped by officers who strategically struck Bloom's vehicle, but that was only after Bloom had made it about 40 miles, and made a call to 3TV in the process.

Court documents note that, at some point, Bloom also pointed his finger-gun at detectives.

Bloom was jailed on charges of aggravated assault, threatening, unlawful flight from law enforcement, and driving on a suspended license -- that time. According to county court records, Bloom had been caught driving on a suspended license three times...in the last year. Incredibly, that doesn't include the two times he was caught driving on a suspended license this week.


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Rebel-Diaz
Rebel-Diaz

Somebody's oughtta lop off those fingers of his and problem solved.

Wally
Wally

Anyone know where you can buy a finger gun safe?

tongue_twister_for_t
tongue_twister_for_t topcommenter

I didn't know that it was illegal to point your fingers like a gun. Can I point it like that at that UFO over your head? LOL, or at the stupid cops?

"80 percent of all cops are criminals because they violate the laws while they are on duty and they are being paid for being so and doing so because they are armed and dangerous, they are a criminal organization".

I have been in court rooms where I have witnessed the cops lie while standing in front of the judge.

CMONSON
CMONSON

QUOTE: " You know who shouldn't be driving a car this week? Josh Bloom, the guy who pretended his fingers were guns, and pointed them at other drivers, before leading police on a 40-mile car chase.

You know who Goodyear police say was spotted driving away from an elementary school yesterday? Josh Bloom, the guy who pretended his fingers were guns, and pointed them at other drivers, before leading police on a 40-mile car chase." /QUOTE

Time to lay off the pot son, you are getting a bit repetitive.

marcy
marcy

I thought if we just prohibited people from driving they wouldn't drive.  

Maybe we need to reduce the maximum capacity of gas tanks so these dangerous drivers can be stopped sooner?  We can start with a 5 gallon limit.  Nobody needs more than 5 gallons of gas and if they do they can just refuel. 



wqcharleston
wqcharleston

Hey he was at that school as part of Shurf Joe's posse


danzigsdaddy
danzigsdaddy topcommenter

and this is why Robert (JoeArpaioFan) is only allowed to ride his bigwheel under adult supervision

JohnQ.Public
JohnQ.Public

@marcy Great try at a failed analogy.  See, when someone dies as a result of an incident involving a motor vehicle, the motor vehicle failed to perform as designed.  But when someone dies as a result a result of an incident involving a gun, the gun worked EXACTLY as designed.  See that is the big difference - automotive engineers work to make cars safer so people won't die in them while firearm engineers work to make guns more lethal so they are more likely to kill people.   That is why car companies like to advertise their "5 star safety raating" while gun companies like to advertise their "stopiing power."  Do you understand the difference now?

CMONSON
CMONSON

@marcy How do you drive out of town then?  Idiot.

danzigsdaddy
danzigsdaddy topcommenter

@wqcharleston  "just patroling here officer,    nothin to see, move it along. dont make me break out my Seagal method training on you"

marcy
marcy

@CMONSON @marcy 

They have gas stations "out of town", as anyone who has been "out of town" is well aware.

They also have books on sarcasm, another topic you seem to have little knowledge of.

danzigsdaddy
danzigsdaddy topcommenter

@Tommy_Collins swear to god Tommy, he stepped up his game. little Robert is wearing big boy pants now.........still has rubber sheets though

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