Ex-Shirley cop faces OUI charge - Sen...

Ex-Shirley cop faces OUI charge - Sentinel & Enterprise

There are 30 comments on the Sentinel & Enterprise story from Jan 27, 2011, titled Ex-Shirley cop faces OUI charge - Sentinel & Enterprise. In it, Sentinel & Enterprise reports that:

A former Shirley police officer is facing a second drunken-driving charge after he was arrested in Ayer last week.

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DUI duh

Athol, MA

#1 Jan 27, 2011
You notice he is not saying he wasn't driving under the influence, he is say it was an illegal stop. What a loser! Get some help, Mr. Clark, you obviously have a problem.
Old Townie

Ayer, MA

#2 Jan 27, 2011
Maybe this gentleman should look at some of the signs of alcoholism, like the family history of booze problems. His brother drank himself to death last year. Might be some hereditary thing?
WreckageofBBBoom Survivor

Ayer, MA

#3 Jan 27, 2011
He's getting what he deserves. Of course if it was a current police officer not a former police officer he never would have been arrested.
Resident

Worcester, MA

#4 Jan 27, 2011
WreckageofBBBoomSurvivor wrote:
He's getting what he deserves. Of course if it was a current police officer not a former police officer he never would have been arrested.
Maybe you should do some research into why he isn't a cop anymore because what you said isn't exactly true
The West Newton Kid

Marlborough, MA

#5 Jan 27, 2011
This guy may be an ex cop; but he sure as hell still thinks like a cop thinks: "It was an illegal stop. I'm confident I'll beat the charge".

Cops know how to beat the system. I like to compare them to greased pigs; just when you think the legal system has a firm grasp of them; they squeal and they slip out of the grip......

Let's all thank the Lord that this boozed up ex blueboy did not take out an innocent victim by his reckless actions.
young townie

Fitchburg, MA

#6 Jan 27, 2011
Old Townie wrote:
Maybe this gentleman should look at some of the signs of alcoholism, like the family history of booze problems. His brother drank himself to death last year. Might be some hereditary thing?
Maybe you shouldn't speak ill of the dead?
Old Townie

Ayer, MA

#7 Jan 27, 2011
young townie wrote:
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Maybe you shouldn't speak ill of the dead?
Not speaking ill, pal, he was a friend of mine for over 50 years, he just couldn't put the jug down.
fitchburg

Windham, NH

#8 Jan 27, 2011
Watch this one closely. He'll slide. The Good Ol Boys will take care of him...ex or not...a cop is always a cop. Personally, I hope he goes down like he should...but i don't think that will happen. Fry the s o b.
Really now

Lowell, MA

#9 Jan 27, 2011
Old Townie wrote:
<quoted text> Not speaking ill, pal, he was a friend of mine for over 50 years, he just couldn't put the jug down.
If that's the way you gossip about a friend, I'd hate to see the way you treat your enemies.
gimme gimme gimme

Rome, NY

#10 Jan 27, 2011
fitchburg wrote:
Watch this one closely. He'll slide. The Good Ol Boys will take care of him...ex or not...a cop is always a cop. Personally, I hope he goes down like he should...but i don't think that will happen. Fry the s o b.
Fry him? What exactly do you mean by that? You want to execute him for the offense of OUI? Do you feel this way about anyone who drives under or is it because he was a police officer?
Cappuccis Boy

Haverhill, MA

#11 Jan 28, 2011
This is the same game RICO, as selectman, voted to fund his retirement. He knew full well his background with drugs and prostitution.
Old Townie

Ayer, MA

#12 Jan 29, 2011
Really now wrote:
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If that's the way you gossip about a friend, I'd hate to see the way you treat your enemies.
Not gossip, just facts. I guess you were never close to someone with a booze problem who was in such denial of it he just drank until the end. It is heartbreaking as well as angering. All the help in the world is of no use if someone doesn't want it, usually because they don't believe the booze IS the problem, the rest of the world is.
Voter Dude

Clinton, MA

#13 Jan 29, 2011
gimme gimme gimme wrote:
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Fry him? What exactly do you mean by that? You want to execute him for the offense of OUI? Do you feel this way about anyone who drives under or is it because he was a police officer?
Well lookie there, mr Delaware is off defending cops again. Are you on the clock I wonder or is this during your Krispy Kreme break?
Han

Worcester, MA

#14 Jan 29, 2011
The good ol boys will take care of him?...Did you read the facts?...Already convicted the first time...no sliding there...And now a second oui...Cop or ex-cop if your a shit bag, your a shit bag...He violated the law plain and simple and will go down for it with embarrassment and jail time...The police knew who he was and still arrested him regardless......His own kind wanted him off the job when he got caught the first time..
gimme gimme gimme

Rome, NY

#15 Jan 29, 2011
Voter Dude wrote:
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Well lookie there, mr Delaware is off defending cops again. Are you on the clock I wonder or is this during your Krispy Kreme break?
Mr. Voter Dude, you're a funny guy, I like your sense of humor...
and a Pension Too

Haverhill, MA

#16 Jan 30, 2011
Ask around. Someone in town voted to give him his pension even after he was caught with cocaine and prostitutes. You are right. His Old budddies took care of and screwed the town to boot.
Sweaty Pizza Jockey

Gardner, MA

#17 Jan 30, 2011
Was he partying with the local firefighter who also had a run in with the law concerning OUI? Did the EMT and nurse at the party escape?
Never happen

Tyngsboro, MA

#18 Feb 14, 2011
Saying it was an "illegal stop" is the sad defense of someone who was caught driving drunk. Perhaps his drinking is part of the reason he is a former police officer? Sooner or later good police departments get rid of guys who have personal issues.
Clark

Boston, MA

#19 Apr 4, 2011
Old Townie wrote:
Maybe this gentleman should look at some of the signs of alcoholism, like the family history of booze problems. His brother drank himself to death last year. Might be some hereditary thing?
Listen you dumbass.His brother didnt die from drinking.He died from lung cancer.Asshole
Clark

Boston, MA

#20 Apr 4, 2011
Old townie? Who are you? WHY DONT YOU FIND OUT THAT FACTS BEFORE YOU OPEN YOUR BIG MOUTH.I would love to find out who you are.50 years you knew his brother.But you dont even know what he died from.Shut you dam mouth!!

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