Monday, August 31, 2015

Police: Man found crawling ‘like a zombie’

A Springfield man who police said was crawling “like a zombie” while under the influence of “bath salts” has been sentenced to two months in jail.
http://www.rutlandherald.com/article/20150831/THISJUSTIN/708319959

9 comments :

  1. As a resident of the Pearl Street neighborhood I can bear witness first hand, this is far from an isolated incident and direct backlash from the addicts that endlessly loiter around the U-Turning Point. Think not? Walk past there any evening.

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    1. That's ridiculous and COMPLETELY incorrect! Get a clue, put your finger down and stop judging people who are ACTUALLY DOING SOMETHING ABOUT THEIR PROBLEMS!

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    2. Get a clue..."Anonymous"

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  2. Alright Kim, if you dislike try to invest yourself to make it change.

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  3. You're a moron and obviously have no clue what the Turning Point is all about. The people that you see out there are actually doing something about their problems. Get a clue and stop judging people, "Anonymous"

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    1. The disproportionate amount of litter, graffiti, broken windows, vagrants, police calls, and the adjacent unsalable vacant home speak to the detriment of the U-Turning Point. Bad enough it's a tax exempt property supported by working home owners, now we have to endure our modest equity compromised by a hang-out for lazy drunks. How about instead of endlessly chain smoking and loitering about while waiting for their EBT card balance to be renewed, someone find the ambition to help clean up the neighborhood?

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    2. Your ignorance only perpetuates more ignorance, intolerance.

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    3. Philip Caron9/3/15, 10:14 AM

      The litter & broken windows have nothing to do with the Turning Point people. That stuff's been happening in that area since long before that place started. Don't cite every problem you can think of and blame people you've decided you're gonna hate no matter what. Turning Point is a necessary part of addressing drug & alcohol problems in Springfield.

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  4. "Like a zombie"...is that a term law enforcement uses because they have actually seen real Zombies and know how they motivate? Cripes. The term judgmental is a term used by someone not wanting to be examined. Its inflammatory and meant to sidetrack.

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