Maybe this guy and the Niceville police officers are all regular Juice readers? While this is unlikely (The Juice aspires, but is realistic about his current reach), their behavior is indicative of the knowledge of a regular reader. As reported by The Northwest Florida Daily News:
On Oct. 17 officers were called to a Natheny Street residence to enforce an emergency injunction against a man, who was told to stay away from a woman and her son.
He gathered his personal belongings from a back bedroom, then put them back in the room he gathered them from.
As he was leaving, the woman and her son asked that he take his copy of the injunction with him. “The defendant laughed as he vacated,” the officer wrote. “I stepped to the door and verbally advised him, ‘Do not come within 500 feet of this residence,’ and the defendant’s reply was, ‘F— you.’ “
As he was crossing a nearby church parking lot, “he displayed his middle finger towards us as we passed. (The Bird),” the officer wrote.
An f-bomb and a bird, but no arrest – at least not for that.
The man returned to within 372.5 feet of the residence as measured by laser before stopping and challenging police to measure his distance.
He was charged with violation of an injunction and has a Nov. 13 court date.
You’ll find the source here.