Thursday, November 26, 2015

4 charged in Chester burglary ring

Police say four Springfield men are behind more than a dozen burglaries in and around Chester.
http://www.wcax.com/story/30607530/4-charged-in-chester-burglary-ring

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  1. Are any of these related to the farnsworth at thr springfield schools

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  2. chuck gregory11/27/15, 9:06 AM

    An interesting point here is that although the number of non-ETOH (alcohol) abusers is small compared to the number of alcoholics, the amount of crime that they engage in to feed their habit is way out of proportion. If we get rid of the profit motive that makes banned substances so expensive and treat the users the way we treat alcoholics, we would see this sort of problem virtually disappear.

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  3. Broken record...broken record...broken record.........................

    These individuals lack character. If not plundering innocent victims to support a drug habit, they'd likely be doing so for other degenerate reasons. Their removal from society for a good number of years is their just reward.

    It's time to bring the rock piles back to our prisons and let these vermin spend their days truly chipping away at some hard time!

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    1. They are innocent until proven guilty. If it looks like scum, smells like scum, it mat not be scum.

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    2. But it probably is scum. And when ultimately determine to be that scum by the justice system, there should be absolutely no leniency. Hard time, hard labor, hard consequences.

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  4. Hope they got a good t day dinner yesterday. With the holidays coming up they should be back at home with just a slap on the wrist. The State will reform them.

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  5. I'm going to make a reasonable assumption that with the dozens of burglaries perpetrated by Micheal Farnsworth he has drawn the ire of at least a couple men that will be helping him to permanently cure his addiction. Interesting how things like this have a way of working themselves out.

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    1. Ya, like the guys that didn't get paid for the substances obtained.

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  6. Wow. David was always quiet. He's a vet of the Gulf War - did a lot of time with the Army.

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    1. With any luck, he will be doing a lot more "time". This guy has been a menace for sometime now. He needs some time for reflection.

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  7. Yeah Michael is a POS, I'm not surprised, but the father I am surprised by! Oh well, hopefully they will get what they deserve.

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  8. Slap on the wrist, just because it's the holidays???? Makes no sense at all!!! These individuals have been in and out of jail for a number of years for drugs, robbery, and who knows what else. It's time they learn a lesson and get what they deserve from the justice system.

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