John Cramsey was not happy.
You can see it on the Pennsylvania man’s Facebook page. The language is strong and sharp, full of obscenities.
But there’s also love, and it all has to do with his 20-year-old daughter. Alexandria Aurelia Cramsey, an aspiring model, died on Feb. 21 of a heroin and fentanyl overdose, according to John Cramsey and her obituaries.
Since then, Cramsey, of Zionsville, Pennsylvania, appeared to be looking to settle the score somehow. On Tuesday, he and two others from Pennsylvania were busted as they headed toward the Holland Tunnel, carrying an arsenal of weapons, according to the Port Authority.
They were ready to rescue a 16-year-old girl in a hotel room in Brooklyn who went to a party with a few friends, Cramsey wrote on Facebook. The Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania, woman was scared and wanted to come home, he said, because she awoke two nights ago next to her friend’s body, another victim of a heroin overdose.
“I’m bringing her out of NY today and anybody else in the hotel that wants to come home too,” he said, adding that he was “now 9 miles out.”