drug dealers, wanted felons, and the rest of you trash.

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eyes-r-watching

Homestead, PA

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Jun 1, 2011
 

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thats right n. cambria, we are watching.
A group of concerned citizens have been meeting and
drafted a list of undesirables living under the radar in n. cambria.
recently, we started informing the local and state police where these people can be located and rounded up.
Every wednesday night a meeting is held to discuss who is going to be part of the next round up.
If you have a warrant or owe money to the courts it would be in your best interest to make arrangments for a court date or payment plan.
As of march 1st we have assisted in the arrest of 183 undesirables
in our area.

our goal is to rid our town of ALL scum!!!!!!!!!!
bcc1

Maricopa, AZ

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Jul 4, 2011
 
Carrying your pitchforks and torches, no doubt.
Do the witch trials begin soon? Burning red heads yet?
JROC

Rochester, NY

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Jul 20, 2011
 
yea no shit bcc1. The problem is the area. You are not a loud to even chill out in giant eagle parking lot and talk to your friends. Every time you try and hang out somewhere the party/meeting gets broken up by the cops. The only reason people turn into junkies and sit at home all day is because if you leave your house or apt you get in trouble for something else. If you ride quads you get chased by the police, if you drink in the woods you get chased by the police, if you have a graduation party the cops come and break it up. So itís safer (from a legal stand point) for someone to shoot up in the basement of their house and get high on the couch than it is to have a few beers with your friends out in the woods. I donít condone drug use and Iím not saying its not a problem but give the youth around that area something to do. Way back when there were bowling alleys and shit for people to go hang out. Even the pool hall is gone. Northern Cambria should take a deeper look at the internal affairs running the area(example the $140,000 stolen from the tax payers from someone running the town). You donít see the "druggies" stealing hundreds of thousands of dollars from people. And why not try to help these people instead of throwing the law at them. All thatís going to happen is they go into jail with a degree in smoking pot and come out with a masters degree in moving hard drugs and make new ďfriendsĒ. Another example - a person from that area got in trouble for dealing crack, he got off with probation and fines, his friend gets in trouble weeks later for pot and has to spend time in jail, probation, community service, and huge fines, so why not go after harder more powerful drugs??? Who would you rather share the road with, a drunk, a person falling asleep, or someone that just did a line of coke?------ Iím not sure why anyone thinks threats will work either. When i was threatened i would just put more time and money into what I was doing. If you have the opportunity to hang out and party with friends out in the woods or in your yard in town without it getting broken up everyone generally has a safe and good time, but when the cops come people jump in the cars and take off, not smart. And where and when are these so called meetings anyway because i would very much be interested in attending. Funny you label these people as "scum" and not your neighbor or a family member that has a serious drug addiction problem due to a back surgery or other medical condition. Believe it or not some people really truly want help but do you know how much it costs in some cases?? Much more then the drug of choice thatís for sure. Looking forward to replies.
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Feb 17, 2012
 
someone stole my 1995 issue of biggins. who can i call?
Jamie

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eyes-r-watching wrote:
thats right n. cambria, we are watching.
A group of concerned citizens have been meeting and
drafted a list of undesirables living under the radar in n. cambria.
recently, we started informing the local and state police where these people can be located and rounded up.
Every wednesday night a meeting is held to discuss who is going to be part of the next round up.
If you have a warrant or owe money to the courts it would be in your best interest to make arrangments for a court date or payment plan.
As of march 1st we have assisted in the arrest of 183 undesirables
in our area.
our goal is to rid our town of ALL scum!!!!!!!!!!
Kevin Piatiak, on probation, still in local bars and selling drugs?

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