Wednesday, July 2, 2014

Drug case suspect returns to court

A Springfield man whom authorities suspect of being a drug dealer with the street nickname “Little G” was back in court Monday accused of violating his pre-trial release conditions.


  1. Oh well, another day at the White River Junction courts, where another accused is "re-released" to continue preying on our community. Our court system is seriously out of touch with the majority of people who are law abiding citizens.

  2. That's because most judges, legislators, and governors, thanks to their very tidy government paychecks, get to live in neighborhoods far removed from those plagued by the criminal element. Until that time at which such "social pains" affect their own lives, they will continue to turn their backs on the rest of us and continue to dump this garbage back on our streets.

  3. he was throwing a knife on Saturday morning? and re-released under the same conditions he was violating! well, the court's message to him is clear: more power to you, Little G. I'm glad I decided it might not be a good idea to go to the Farmer's Market.

  4. So what were the consequences for breaking his pre trial conditions. OK little G. you got one more chance to get this right? Or three more?
    What is going on in White River court? This is just plain crazy????

  5. Little G? That name is nickname is straight up wack. Looks like home boy has been on a Big Mac attack. Gots to be using that knife to be cutting calories, and not signs. Straight up gangsta of the mean streets of Springvegas.

  6. this is springfield

  7. is this guy okay? I seen him hanging out alot where I work


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