Monday, July 7, 2014

Police say drunken vandal taken into custody, charged

Springfield Police had their hands full when a local man got into a confrontation with residents of a downtown building, allegedly pulled off a window screen and tried to break into an occupied apartment.


  1. I can not begin to express my total disgust at the judicial system here in Windsor County. Again, we have another loser running amuck, with multiple convictions, displaying total disregard for civilized behavior. No doubt on probation, yet we find him back on the street as if granted diplomatic immunity. Little wonder there is a morale issue at SPD. Hell, who would want to deal with this element day in, day out only to have them thumb their nose at system engineered by the liberals we've sent to Montpelier.

    How about it Emmons and Martin is this all part of your plan? How to you begin to justify such a system? Oh, and thanks for seeing this loser also has an EBT card.

  2. Until citizens literally bring this to the doorstep of Emmons, Martin, and the other libs who have presided over this travesty, we can expect more of the same. They remain insulated from the havoc they have wreaked and dwell in their governmental ivory towers with their heads in the clouds. It's time to get in their faces about this!

  3. It would appear that Emmons is going to run unopposed.

  4. The E's and M's probably don't read this "Springfield News".


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