Old Man Upset About Bill, Smashes His Truck Through Lobby


According to the Alva Police Department, at approximately 3:53 p.m. Dec. 10 an officer was dispatched to the Comfort Inn & Suites, 1278 E. Oklahoma Blvd., to speak with a man who was angry about his hotel bill.

As the officer arrived on scene, he observed 62-year-old John Parsley in his pickup parked underneath the hotel awning. As the officer pulled in Parsley approached his patrol vehicle. When asked what was going on, Parsley told the officer he had asked the manager of the hotel for a refund on two transactions on his card that the hotel had told him they declined.

The officer then advised Parsley that this was a civil matter. Parsley then became angry and got in his vehicle. As Parsley was getting in the vehicle the officer told him he would go inside and talk to the manager to see what he could do to help resolve the issue. The officer reported that Parsley appeared to ignore his statement and continued to get in his vehicle. The officer then approached the vehicle and Parsley rolled down his window before placing his vehicle into drive and accelerating into the hotel’s front entrance.


Old Man Upset About Bill, Smashes His Truck Through Lobby

One reply on “Old Man Upset About Bill, Smashes His Truck Through Lobby”

If he had rammed once then kept his mouth shut, he could have said it was an accident, not two counts of attempted homicide and assault with a deadly weapon.

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