Jenelle Evans’ husband David Eason posted a video yesterday of himself possibly illegally towing a truck from June 2018. RadarOnline.com can exclusively reveal the video is helping Wilmington Police Department in North Carolina in their investigation against him!
On December 19, Eason, 30, posted a video to his YouTube page. In the video entitled “Blocked In Parking Spot,” he could be seen towing a truck parked near his boat. Wife Evans, who recorded the video, could be heard saying, “When you park this close with no money in the meter… Pulled that mother**ker out of the way.”
Eason wrote in the description of the video, “Learn the right way to deal with a**holes who think it's cool to block you in a parking space. Good thing my trailer has a folded tongue that allowed me to get my truck out so I can tow him out of the way, in order to move my boat.”
Spokesperson for WPD Jennifer Dandron exclusively told Radar that the incident was investigated when it happened in June 2018. “We didn’t have a lot to go off of,” she explained. “We’re very busy. When you don’t have a lot to go on, it falls to the waist side.”
She continued of Eason posting the video, “Now that David posted it online we have more to go on, which helps us in a lot of ways. Anytime you get new evidence you continue an investigation.”
She said Eason's actions are an “absolutely inappropriate way to handle disputes.” “We are doing our do diligence and working to figure out how resolve the issue. If any charges are brought it’ll be determined on damage to the truck. There are a lot of things to consider.”
“It takes me a little while to get down the set of steps because of my knees," he told the site. "And I get down there, and he was hooking back up to his boat then. And my truck was sitting way back up in that man’s driveway at an angle. I said, ‘What in the world? What are you doing?’ And Eason was still hooking his boat back up, and he went to cussing and threatening me and all this mess, so I just took his number down from his truck.”
He continued, “I called the police, and he said, ‘I’m going to whoop your butt.’ And I said, ‘Go right ahead, that’s your privilege if you want to.' He was just fussing and cussing. He just jumped in his truck, him and his girlfriend, and drove on off."
Hill claimed he had to repair his transmission and the power steering hose. He told the site that he doesn’t plan on filing charges against Eason.
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