Monday, November 28, 2016

Police arrest two for ATV theft

Springfield police have recovered an all-terrain vehicle stolen last week in Cavendish and arrested two area men in connection with the case.

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19 comments :

  1. "....found hiding in a closet in a home on River st." Would that be one those WOMDERFUL apartments across from the clinic? They DO attract the FINEST sort of people, don't they? Such an asset to the community!

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    1. Such abundant, low income and prison housing so enriches our lovely community. I can hardly wait for more model citizens to infest the Woolson Block.

      On another note, Kudos to the administrator for publishing their photos! Useful info for the watch list.

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  2. Sadly, they will be out on the streets again to finish robbing this town. What does the court do about it? Nothing! A proverbial slap on the wrist. Lock this scum up!

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    1. Yes, undoubtedly they will be out on the streets again if they already aren't. As extolled ad nauseam, you get the government you deserve.

      Springfield had a very rare chance this fall to send a unique person to Montpelier. Someone who "gets-it", doesn't pay politics and had proven motivation to to solve problems. Of which our revolving door justice system is a major complaint.

      So what happens? The critical mass of parasites and fools return the same, USELESS do-nothings to Montpelier. How's the expression go? Something about insanity/ignorance defined as doing the same thing expecting a different result? Well, anyone analyzing the plight here would have to conclude the electorate is either crazy or just ignorant liberals.

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    2. I always get a kick out of conservatives who blame the "liberals in Montpelier" for problems created by conservative business people here. I find it hard to believe that the slumlords who give these criminals safe haven are a bunch of tree huggers, just hypocrites who complain about "big government" while raking in the cash from Section 8 rentals!

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  3. One individual use to be from Ludlow. Funny how the PD there can get the trash out, but Springfield seems to draw them in and keep them here.

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    1. Well that's because Ludlow has a real Chief.

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    2. That's because there's govt. money to be made off of them. Get rid of the Section 8 housing and other "services" and they'll go away. Create a local ordinance prohibiting convicted felons from living here. A town is only as good as the people living in it. What kind of town do we want?

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    3. 7:14 not just the chief but also their officers.

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    4. It's because we have everything they need here, a huge welfare office, a prison, HCRS and the unemployment benefits office. Not to mention all the documents gooders here that love to coddle them.

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    5. 3:56 Absolutely!

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    6. chuck gregory11/29/16, 9:02 PM

      Get rid of Section 8, and you'll see even more "low-lifers" living here as landlords, desperate to turn a dollar on their properties now that they can't qualify for Section 8's generous provisions (one landlord said to me when he read the provisions, "It's a landlord welfare bill!") stint on repairs and services and try cram even more renters into now-shoddier housing.

      Be careful what you wish for....

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    7. "Documents gooders"? You sound confused 5:17! No doubt you voted with the minority in the recent presidential election.

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    8. I think your statememt says it all: "It's a landlord welfare bill." It's far too easy to rent to Section 8; govt. oversight is a joke, and the feds will defend the "right" of criminals to stay, despite all efforts to remove them. I watched helplessly as the Section 8 renters destroyed more than one condo complex where I lived. My only option was to sell my unit (at a loss) and move out. I REFUSE TO BE RUN OUT BY WELFARE DEADBEATS AGAIN! You want class warfare? YOU GOT IT!

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    9. Chuck made his living off this BS way of thinking. The more things we can give out the longer the Chuck's of the world stay employed. Maybe will Hunter and Chuck will run as a team on the school board with they're Robin Hood Philosophy. Montpelier treats us like the states landfill. Shove all the garbage to Springding. So bottom line the liberal philosophy isn't working for Springfield.

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    10. chuck gregory12/1/16, 5:23 PM

      Vermont's famed senator George Aiken once reminisced about how every year when the Connecticut would freeze over, the bums would come across the ice to shelter in Vermont for the winter. Everybody who's in favor of that happening again in Springfield, raise your hand. Then we'll eliminate Section 8 and re-live those good old days....

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    11. They don't have to wait for the river to freeze, they show up 365 now. If there was nothing here for them, they'd stay in New Hampshire. More of Chuck's flawed logic on full display. (I'm not blaming New Hampshire, so don't jump on my case.) That having been said, I must object to the left/right argument; it seems to me to be a perfect storm of bad ideologies. The left who will cram welfare cases and drug addicts into every empty space, and the right (who owns the spaces,) and has NO problem making a profit off of it. The poor have become nothing more than a money-laundering mechanism to suck the taxpayers dollars and fill businesses pockets. They may vote for the left, but they feed the right!

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    12. Have some whine with your cheese Chuck. The demographics of this town suck, and they clearly are not working. Years of your mindset have brought this town to where it is now. A once wonderful town now sucks! End of story.

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  4. Hiding in a closet, da everyone knows yer suppose to hide under the bed.

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