Fall River Reporter: A series of events, including an alleged robbery at a marijuana dispensary by a Fall River man who later became unresponsive and then nearly stabbed officers, led to an arrest.
According to Captain Barden Castro, on Monday, at approximately 3:00 p.m., officers responded to Nature’s Medicine, 482 Globe Street, due to a disturbance. During the course of the investigation, it was determined that a man outside of the business had asked 24-year-old Dillon Nobles, who was unknown to him, to purchase marijuana for him as he did not have his identification with him which is required to make a purchase at the business. It was reported that Nobles agreed, took money from the man, and entered the business. After some time, Nobles exited the business and informed the man that he would not be purchasing marijuana for him but would be keeping his money. Officers were told that during this exchange, Nobles brandished a knife and threatened the man while approaching him. The male victim reported that he was not harmed, but that Nobles fled the area.
While officers were on scene at Nature’s Medicine investigating the robbery complaint, other officers were dispatched to the SRTA bus terminal at 118 Fourth Street to assist with a possible medical emergency. Reports were that a man was on the bus and was being described as unresponsive. When officers arrived on scene, fire department paramedics were already on scene treating the yet unidentified male. The man was conscious, but uncooperative and appeared to need medical attention. Officers were able to coax the man off of the bus, however, upon realizing that he would need to be medically treated, he once again became uncooperative. While being escorted to a waiting stretcher, the man suddenly drew a knife from his pocket and slashed at a uniformed Fall River Police Officer, just missing him. The officer in fear of his safety and the safety of the nearby paramedics, drew his firearm while commanding the man to surrender.
Castro stated that the man refused to comply with the officer’s commands, but did cease his assault, and began to flee the area. The officers on scene at SRTA requested additional police units and began to chase after the man. As additional police officers responded to the area, they were able to track down the man. He began yelling at officers stating that they were going to have to kill him while he was still armed. He then reportedly threatened and attacked officers with the knife. He was eventually disarmed. Officers were then able to get ahold of the man after a struggle and place him under arrest. Officers were eventually able to identify the man as Dillon Nobles, the same suspect in the robbery at the dispensary. Nobles was charged with Armed Robbery, Assault with a Dangerous Weapon 2 counts, Assault to Murder, and Resisting Arrest.
Here’s my question, who would ever look at this face right here, and think that he could be trusted to walk into a dispensary and purchase marijuana for them?
Is this the weed version of the “Hey Mister” we used to do to get people to buy beer for us in high school? Even we knew better than to give our hard earned beer money to someone like that. You can’t trust a crackhead with your money. They’re gonna steal it, and they probably have a knife on them. That’s just science.
Quite a busy day for Billy Birthmark though. He robbed a guy at knifepoint, took a bus home, somehow collapsed and became unresponsive, then woke up and realized he didn’t wanna go to the hospital so he tried to stab a cop. Same time next week.
This isn’t Dillon Nobles’ first armed robbery rodeo either. In 2018 he was arrested for trying to rob someone outside of a gas station but the plan went to Hell when his crackhead partner dropped his gun:
On January 21st, 2018 at approximately 4:30 p.m., Officers of the Fall River Police Departments Uniform Division were dispatched to Shell Gas Station at 372 Plymouth Avenue on a report of two masked men outside of the business. The complainant added that they observed one of the males drop a dark-colored handgun, and the other male had a large knife on him. Sgt. James Machado was first to arrive on scene, stating he had two masked males in sight standing outside the Shell Station. Officers Amy Robinson and Paul McGuire arrived on scene. Both males were detained, and they were identified as 35-year-old William L. Fernandes, and 20-year-old Dillon James Noble.
A search was performed on Fernandes by Officer Robinson, resulting in the officer locating a BB gun concealed in his pants leg, as well a switchblade knife and a double-edged knife. A search of Nobles turned up an eight-inch knife. Both males were wearing multiple layers of clothing. Both men were arrested. Fernandes was charged with two counts of carrying a dangerous weapon; attempt to commit a crime (armed robbery); conspiracy; and disturbing the peace. Nobles was charged with attempt to commit a crime (armed robbery); conspiracy; and disturbing the peace while armed
Good thing he didn’t go to jail for that armed robbery charge though. Must’ve told the judge he was “wicked sobah” and got released on personal recognizance.
Somehow this ragamuffin “made it out the hood” of Fall River into neighboring Westport, where he’s looking for a roommate.
“I ain’t who you think I am.”
No, you’re actually exactly who I thought you were. A junkie wegro from Fall River who never met his Dad so he thinks that gives him blanket permission to use the n word freely in casual conversation.
He’s got a girlfriend/tag team partner named Kristen Brewton who rides around with him confronting rivals with their hoes, and then celebrating with iced coffee.
Crawling on all fours comes so naturally to her.
The two of them also reproduced.
And by the rules dictated in the Fall River charter they must refer to themselves as King and Queen, and name their offspring Tre.
Shortly before robbing someone at knifepoint and trying to stab a cop, Dillon posted on Facebook about how he was disavowing his “lil queer youngins cousins.”
Whatever that means.
If you’re wondering how a human being could end up this ratchet, just understand that this what he calls Mom.
And there is a 99% chance she at one point stated “Dillon is my King” before spending her welfare check on a new pair of Jordans, but he still got free lunch at school.
In the comments somebody called Dillon out for picking up such serious charges over $70, and his mother Kelly Thomas wasn’t having it so she threatened to stab him.
As you can see, Tony Davis seems to think that this was Dillon using his mother’s account to defend his honor, but based on Momma Meat Smoker’s previous Facebook posts it seems to be pretty consistent with her ratchet dialect.
Don’t get it twisted though – her kids come first.
And by that she means, “I’m going to completely neglect my son and let him be raised by cable TV and YouTube, and then when he’s older I’m gonna threaten to stab people in his honor when he gets arrested for armed robbery.”
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