Six charged in rash of Fulton burglaries

Six charged in rash of Fulton burglaries

There are 47 comments on the Public Opinion story from Feb 4, 2009, titled Six charged in rash of Fulton burglaries. In it, Public Opinion reports that:

Six men have been charged in a series of burglaries and thefts spanning parts of Fulton, Bedford and Huntingdon counties.

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my two cents

Waynesboro, PA

#1 Feb 4, 2009
dumb, da dumb, dumb have fun in prison boys
SBE

Sterling, VA

#2 Feb 4, 2009
I'd heard that this was occurring; it's all local boys, too. I'll bet their parents are so proud!
my two cents

Waynesboro, PA

#3 Feb 4, 2009
hopefully mom and dad don't bail them out and let them sweat for awhile in county
What the Heck

Chambersburg, PA

#4 Feb 4, 2009
Good police work men!
just passin thru

Reston, VA

#5 Feb 4, 2009
The boat was a temporary means of transportation till they could fix there own car to be more eco friendly using the lifted catalytic converter. Obviously the salt spreader was to help the elderly neighbor get out of her driveway (hometown boys do that sort of thing), but the aluminum from the power transformer could be a bit difficult to explain.
Rob

United States

#6 Feb 4, 2009
They wanted to recycle the aluminum
SBE

Sterling, VA

#7 Feb 4, 2009
You might have hit on something there. Metal's only $2/lb lately. They were probably waiting for the price to go back up. I know that when it was $10/lb, there was a constant stream of trucks carrying old metal stuff across the mountain; I haven't seen a truck carrying metal for at least 2 months!
Reb

United States

#11 Feb 4, 2009
SBE wrote:
You might have hit on something there. Metal's only $2/lb lately. They were probably waiting for the price to go back up. I know that when it was $10/lb, there was a constant stream of trucks carrying old metal stuff across the mountain; I haven't seen a truck carrying metal for at least 2 months!
The price at M&J today is $4.25/a lb.
anonymous

Chattanooga, TN

#12 Feb 5, 2009
SBE wrote:
I'd heard that this was occurring; it's all local boys, too. I'll bet their parents are so proud!
My heart goes out to the parents of these young men. They can't control what their children did. I know the parents of one of the boys and they are good, decent, hard-working people.
Mary

Newville, PA

#13 Feb 5, 2009
The adults named in the article are not teenagers.
Each of the adults charged made a conscious decision to commit the crime that he did.
SBE

Sterling, VA

#14 Feb 5, 2009
anonymous wrote:
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My heart goes out to the parents of these young men. They can't control what their children did. I know the parents of one of the boys and they are good, decent, hard-working people.
No, please don't think I was criticizing the parents - I feel bad for them; they are probably terribly embarrassed. Like someone else said, those boys are adults now and their parents aren't responsible for their actions anymore. The boys' names are all local names, so I assume they grew up in the area that they did their crimes in. I imagine that some of those people who were robbed may have known one or all of those boys when they were children. A shame.
Sick Of It All

Egg Harbor Township, NJ

#16 Feb 5, 2009
Isn't Hustontown that place where people treat dogs like trash. This does not come as a suprise. A community which has many chained dogs are the type of people who will commit these crimes. They have no soul only materials(drugs) are important to them.
Reb

United States

#17 Feb 5, 2009
Sick Of It All wrote:
Isn't Hustontown that place where people treat dogs like trash. This does not come as a suprise. A community which has many chained dogs are the type of people who will commit these crimes. They have no soul only materials(drugs) are important to them.
Your not sick of it all. Your just sick "PERIOD".
Reb

United States

#18 Feb 5, 2009
Sick Of It All wrote:
Isn't Hustontown that place where people treat dogs like trash. This does not come as a suprise. A community which has many chained dogs are the type of people who will commit these crimes. They have no soul only materials(drugs) are important to them.
And by the way. You've probably never been to Hustontown.
SBE

Sterling, VA

#19 Feb 5, 2009
Sick Of It All wrote:
Isn't Hustontown that place where people treat dogs like trash. This does not come as a suprise. A community which has many chained dogs are the type of people who will commit these crimes. They have no soul only materials(drugs) are important to them.
You judge the community ONLY by the fact that you saw some dogs chained up? That's stupid. The folks I know who live in that area are good people; I don't know why you'd make a comment like that, but you are WRONG.
SBE

Sterling, VA

#20 Feb 5, 2009
Reb wrote:
<quoted text>And by the way. You've probably never been to Hustontown.
You are probably right. It's far enough off the beaten path that it's not some place you go to unless you've got business there.
t-bone

Thompsontown, PA

#21 Feb 5, 2009
SBE wrote:
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You are probably right. It's far enough off the beaten path that it's not some place you go to unless you've got business there.
What?? Can't I go there to visit anyone. I am glad I'm finding this out before I get caught. Is it a felony or misdemeanor getting caught in Hustontown?
SBE

Sterling, VA

#22 Feb 5, 2009
Neither, silly. Most people don't just "go" there - there's nothing to see or do there.
SBE

Sterling, VA

#23 Feb 5, 2009
Unless you work for Kee-Ta-Quay, need a library book, want a soft ice cream cone, or go to a funeral, it's just a residential community.
FROM HUSTONTOWN

Furlong, PA

#24 Feb 5, 2009
Sick Of It All wrote:
Isn't Hustontown that place where people treat dogs like trash. This does not come as a suprise. A community which has many chained dogs are the type of people who will commit these crimes. They have no soul only materials(drugs) are important to them.
Actually, I am not a person that chains up dogs or commits crimes nor am I driven by materials....and I have lived here ALL my life. Nice stereotype though!
and you are right about those men, they are losers who are driven by *drugs, but not EVERYONE in Hustontown is like that.....

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