#21 Jun 27, 2013
If he isn't competent enough to make the decision of getting help, I feel the responsibility falls to his family. I recognize that mental illness is a disability, and that this gentleman can't help it, but that doesn't change the fact that he shouldn't be allowed to roam the streets or go into businesses and threaten / harm other people. His record alone tells us that he is a violent person. Ignoring his problems cannot be the only solution, I hope he gets the help he needs.
#22 Jun 28, 2013
Too many times the family tries to get someone committed to a mental health facility only to have a doctor say the person is fit to live outside a facility. Once someone is in a facility, it's easy for them to sign themselves out.
Like his son said, don't talk to Bill. Once you start talking to him, you open the door for things that you don't want to be involved in.
Just leave the guy alone and pray for all the familly.
#23 Jun 29, 2013
I seen this gentleman walking and talking on North Court St. Earlier today. Be aware. Just wondering what it will take before someone gets this guy help.
#24 Jun 29, 2013
He needs to be in a home! He's to dangerous. He follows my mom around all the time. Only a matter of time before he seriously hurts someone.
#25 Jun 29, 2013
You didn't see him today....He is incarcerated....
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