Casey P. Hargrove of Red Oak, Texas, leader of the Joeyisalittlekid Gang, caught vandalizing election signs of his opponents. This is a quick and unbelievably stupid way to end your own political career. Casey P. Hargrove of Red Oak, Texas became unelectable after this. What a pathetic thing for anyone to do, much less an adult elected official. Can you imagine what else he has done? Read the article by kid reporter, Joey Dauben (shown here), and see how the Joeyisalittlekid Gang got started … in 2004.
A lot of people ask who the Joeys are. Well, the Joeys is the name Bill Windsor gave to the Joeyisalittlekid Gang. It is a gang of people who originally came together to destroy Joey Dauben, an Ellis County Texas newspaper reporter and ultimately a publisher of sorts. His haters seem to have started with people who didn’t like him because he wrote stories about them or friends of theirs. I was told by the patriarch of the Joeyisalittlekid Gang, Clyde Hargrove of Red Oak Texas, that Casey P. Hargrove posted some comments about Joey Dauben because he had verbally attacked a friend of theirs. Well, that isn’t true. The story goes way back before that, to 2004, when kid Joey Dauben was a reporter for the Ellis County newspaper. Joey Dauben got the assignment to report on the Crime of Casey P. Hargrove of Red Oak Texas. Casey P. Hargrove set out to destroy Joey Dauben, and he assembled his gang of cutthroats, now known as the Joeyisalittlekid Gang.
Here’s the news reporting by the kid, Joey Dauben: Casey P. Hargrove of Red Oak, Texas reported by Joey Dauben of Ellis County Times Compiled by JOEY DAUBEN, Staff Reporter Red Oak mayor to appear in court July 21, 2004 — RED OAK — Mayor Todd Little, accused of damaging opponents’ yard signs during the May city council elections, will make a plea before Judge Linda Sibley, pct. 4, Wednesday, July 21, 2004 at 9 a.m. Little, serving a second three-year term, was re-elected last year, but came embroiled in controversy when Red Oak police caught him damaging signs of anti-establishment candidates. Little supported recently elected councilmen , Ben Goodwyn and Gene Autrey and was caught by police several days before the May 15, 2004 elections. Little’s case was rescheduled from early June to next week, before Sibley’s court located at 102 E. Ave. E in Midlothian. Maintaining his innocence, Little retained defense attorney Mark Griffith of Waxahachie. Political opponents of the mayor, including We The People of Red Oak, a group trying to recall him, have scheduled a news conference after the hearing. JP officials said nothing would be heard during the pre-trial hearing. Red Oak councilman fined $413 — MIDLOTHIAN — Red Oak City Councilman Casey Hargrove was granted deferred disposition and fined $413 for his part in a yard sign-damaging incident with Mayor Todd Little several days before the May 15, 2004 municipal elections two months ago. Casey Hargrove, a political newcomer and a member of the Red Oak Area Chamber of Commerce, appeared before Judge Linda Sibley, pct. 4, May 28, 2004 and pled no contest. Tom Akers, head of the We The People-Red Oak, an anti-establishment group, said his group wants Casey Hargrove and the mayor to resign. At the Monday, July 12 city council meeting, Little and Casey Hargrove discussed possible city charter violations with the city attorney, who said not enough evidence was found to bring forth malfeasance charges.