Monday, March 28, 2016

Man accused of using his car as a weapon

A Vermont man is facing charges after he allegedly sideswiped a teenager and the teen’s stepfather with a car after he said a dog bit him.

www.rutlandherald.com    

7 comments :

  1. Did they have any money for you to steal Officer Santagate? Like the $300 you stole from my Wife when you pulled her over back in September 2015?

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    1. Philip Caron3/29/16, 10:22 PM

      You give anonymous people a bad name.

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  2. Any story involving Officer Coriander is likely to get spicy...

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  3. An attacking dog, an angry shouting dog owner, a guy attacking with a shovel, no one is injured enough to be treated by a doctor and the other guy gets sent to jail for trying to turn his car around while they are attacking?

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    1. are you suprised? James and his son been running around snitching it up in Springfield and accusing some actor in a whole other state so are you suprised the police informants aren't the ones going to jail?

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  4. If that ever happened to me I would run not walk to the Springfield Police Dept and file a formal complaint and written statement! Did you do that anonymous 6:26 am? if not why not? Got something to hide or an unfounded complaint! I agree with Philip!

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    1. Bob Lombard3/30/16, 3:49 PM

      It would be difficult to do that while remaining anonymous. Anonymity seems to be highly valued by posters here.

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