Thursday, December 17, 2015

Burglary ring broken up by Vermont State Police and local police agencies

A father and son from Springfield are the main suspects in a burglary ring that targeted several homes and businesses in Windham and Windsor Counties.

Link: www.reformer.com      Also: www.masslive.com

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4 comments :

  1. Old news..real news would be if they actually serve any time incarcerated.They are,after all,"victims" of addiction...

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  2. they have been ordered to appear in court; that means they are out?

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    1. Most likely, yes. You see the judiciary appointed by the liberals you probably voted for view these individuals as non violent offenders. Offenders for who society is best served allowing them unfettered reign to support their addictions.

      The stuff you worked hundreds of hours to purchase or hugely sentimental heirloom keepsakes you'll never see again, well that's just tough luck on your part. For those of us that can't stomach such injustice, perhaps we'll just have to extract justice on our own terms.

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    2. Yes, they probably are out and about. Looking for those UPS packages on front porches where no one is home. They will have a white Christmas alright. Ain't talking pine needles and snow. They will be looking for junk, not from the dump either. On a positive note, As Neil Young sings, "Every Junkie is like a setting sun". So there you go.

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