Hoyt Deau Hutchinson Bio, Wiki
Hoyt Deau Hutchinson is a 32-year-old Tire Builder at BFGoodrich Tires and a resident of Tuscaloosa, Alabama who is being charged with knifing and deflating the “Baby Trump” balloon that was stationed near the University of Alabama football game in protest of President Trump’s Saturday, Nov. 10th.
Hoyt Deau Hutchinson Education
He went to Northside High School Counselor’s Connection in Northport, Alabama and latter joined Marion Military Institute in Marion, Alabama as from 2008 to 2009.
Hoyt Deau Hutchinson Background
According to his Facebook, he is from Tuscaloosa, Alabama and works as a Tire Builder at BFGoodrich. According to the BF Goodrich facebook page, they write that ” we make tires for people who want more control and more fun from their vehicles — just like we do. If you have a passion for driving, you’re one of us.”
They further say “Our tires are engineered by people who spend their weekends off-roading, or at track day events. And they’re proven to win in racing competition from Baja to Sebring. So they bring out the performance in high-performance track cars, serious off-road rigs and everything in between. Including the car or truck, you drive.”
Hoyt Deau Hutchinson Engagement
Hutchinson was once engaged to Amy Crossland. He proposed to her on Christmas Day last year, and just before Crossland became his fianceé, Hutchinson wrote in the comments section of a photo of the couple on November 22, “[She] use to babysit me when I was younger! And has been chasing me for about 6 years now.”
Now, Hutchinson lists his relationship status as single. On November 3rd, Hutchinson posted a meme of a bride on his Facebook account that read: “It’s better to wait long than marry wrong.” He also posted an article entitled, “10 Reasons Why Homosexual ‘Marriage’ Is Harmful and Must Be Opposed.”
Hoyt Deau Hutchinson Charged with deflating the “Baby Trump” Ballon
Hoyt Deau Hutchinson was charged with knifing and deflating the “Baby Trump” balloon that was stationed near the University of Alabama football game in protest of President Trump’s Saturday, Nov. 9th.
He allegedly cut an 8-foot-long gash into the back of the giant inflatable, which depicts a bright orange Trump donning a diaper and clutching a cell phone.
Hutchinson, who lives in Tuscaloosa, where the game was played, fled the crime scene after his alleged attack. He was later arrested and charged with criminal mischief.
The Trump balloon made its debut last summer during Trump’s trip to the United Kingdom. Since then, replicas of the inflatable have followed Trump across the globe.
Hoyt Deau Hutchinson GoFundMe
Hoyt has since set up a GoFundMe to help cater for his legal fees. The campaign which has since raised over $30k reads: ” GoHelp raise money to pay legal fees and restitution for Hoyt. He was charged with a felony criminal mischief after deflation of the disrespectful baby trump balloon. Hoyt made sure our beloved president didn’t have to see this disrespectful balloon on the streets of Ttown today!!”