Deer head terrorist gets probation

You might remember the story of the 19-year-old who was busted for throwing severed deer heads onto a couple of Lake Oswego lawns just before the election, to express his disagreement with the homeowners' Joe Biden and Black Lives Matter lawn signs. He is T.J. Jakmauh, a former Lakeridge High School football player, from Gladstone.

Yesterday he got his sentence in Clackamas County court: 12 months probation and 40 hours of community service in Lake O, for disorderly conduct. During the hearing, it was revealed that he's also been dealing with a driving-under-the-influence charge in Benton County. He was defended by Daniel Armstrong, a Corvallis attorney whose website brags that he specializes in getting Oregon State University students off the hook when they act up.

One of the victims asked that hate crime charges be brought against Jakmauh, but the district attorney said no.

I hope the deer head terrorist has learned a lesson here, and that we never hear about him again. But I don't know, I wouldn't bet on it.