Fireworks bust results in joint charges for pals

Full story: Newsday 51
As Joseph Giorgio steered his car north to Bay Shore from Pennsylvania on Friday night, his friend Daniel Minier sat in the passenger seat smoking joints, Suffolk police said. Full Story
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get a clue

White Plains, NY

#1 Jun 9, 2007
BAY SHORE TRASH
cracker

Englewood, CO

#2 Jun 9, 2007
Beavis and Butthead's big adventure. Too bad they didn't blow themselves up, we have more white trash than we need.
Knockout Ned

United States

#3 Jun 10, 2007
Well its nice to see the world order having the ability to sniff for fireworks. Can't get away with nothing in this day and age
Spanky

Lindenhurst, NY

#4 Jun 10, 2007
Damn. I was waiting for the punchline. "As Georgio was smoking the joint it blew out of his hand into the back seat and went unnoticed until the whole cache of fireworks began to explode." Now that would have been a cool story!
Never Confused

Mahwah, NJ

#5 Jun 10, 2007
Another awesome story reported by Newsday. It should have been written with some FACTS Such as:

Both defendants had prior records. Giorgio previously pled guilty to 2 counts of unrelated charges in Nassau County, and Miner still has pending charges against him.

June 9th they were both processed in Central Islip. Joseph Miner was released on his own recognizance while Giorgio had to post 1,025 dollars and was released.
Never Confused

Mahwah, NJ

#6 Jun 10, 2007
NASSAU Criminal Court
Docket 2004NA002113S
Defendant GIORGIO, JOSEPH
Law Code and Code Section/Subsection TOH 86-9A 00 *** TOP CHARGE ***
Charge Detail Violation, 1 count, Arrest charge, Arraignment charge
Description:
Disposition/Sentence PLED GUILTY

NASSAU Criminal Court
Docket 2006NA001648S
Defendant GIORGIO, JOSEPH
Law Code and Code Section/Subsection TO TOH86-9A 00 *** TOP CHARGE ***
Charge Detail Violation, 1 count, Arrest charge, Arraignment charge
Description:
Disposition/Sentence PLED GUILTY
lol

United States

#8 Jun 10, 2007
Howcum fireworks is ok some states but not others? Just askin.
tjc smithtown

Astoria, NY

#9 Jun 10, 2007
so we used 10 police officers at 50 dollars per hr to arrest 2 guys with 1100 dollars worth of fireworks, and a bag of pot. i think we could have used the man power better.
Misspole

Lindenhurst, NY

#10 Jun 10, 2007
lol wrote:
Howcum fireworks is ok some states but not others? Just askin.
Go and read some American history. It's your duty as a citizen. Simply put, the States have the power to legislate certain laws apart from the Federal Government.
PETEF

AOL

#11 Jun 10, 2007
If the fireworks were so 'dangerous' they had to be roped off during the press conference in the police parking lot, then why do it at all? They could have taken a photograph and give it to DA Spota and he could do one of those famous blow-ups and have it pasted on the wall behind him.

ONE THOUSAND DOLLARS OF FIREWORKS!!! In today's market it couldn't be much more than a few cherry bombs and lady fingers.
Never Confused

Mahwah, NJ

#12 Jun 10, 2007
tjc smithtown wrote:
so we used 10 police officers at 50 dollars per hr to arrest 2 guys with 1100 dollars worth of fireworks, and a bag of pot. i think we could have used the man power better.
You are mistaken.

We used resorces that were in place to enforce 2 individuals that were violators from previous run ins' with the law. IF you happen to read the pervious post you could have seen that Giorgio had pled guilty to 2 of these involvements and is pending sentencing.

If you pay attention in the beginning of anything you do, or up bring, you will never have to worry about detail in the end. Reason being: it was taught the difference between what’s right and what is wrong.

Violators of Parole and they have not learned. No matter how minor the infraction or the cost to capture, it was ceased before it became a Homocide, because this is where this would have been leading toward.
get a clue

White Plains, NY

#13 Jun 10, 2007
tjc smithtown wrote:
so we used 10 police officers at 50 dollars per hr to arrest 2 guys with 1100 dollars worth of fireworks, and a bag of pot. i think we could have used the man power better.
sure, lets enforce some laws and we'll let the others slide, why don't you invite that trash to your neighborhood
Never Confused

Mahwah, NJ

#15 Jun 10, 2007
PETEF wrote:
If the fireworks were so 'dangerous' they had to be roped off during the press conference in the police parking lot, then why do it at all? They could have taken a photograph and give it to DA Spota and he could do one of those famous blow-ups and have it pasted on the wall behind him.
ONE THOUSAND DOLLARS OF FIREWORKS!!! In today's market it couldn't be much more than a few cherry bombs and lady fingers.
My Friend, it's Newsday you are reading, Of course they are going exaggerate on what was actually in the car, the 2 involved were and are still pending sentencing for other no related infractions.

Newsday reporters get to work by small yellow bus transportation, while wearing helmets to protect their heads from banging on the glass.
Greg

Patchogue, NY

#16 Jun 10, 2007
It's disturbing to see that 'Cops' are posting on this board, defending their actions / arrest of these two individuals.

'FELONY'-'Explosives'- please... an aging propane tanke is 1000x more dangerous than what these guys had in their car.

Pathetic, and it's time for these super sensative paronoid people to start being labeled for the schizophrenics that they are.
Greg

Patchogue, NY

#17 Jun 10, 2007
Also - If Pennsylvania is selling fireworks that are 'considered so dangerous that they were cordoned off in a corner of a police parking lot during a news conference'... then shouldn't homeland security be putting up a fence around Pennsylvania so these fireworks can never be shipped / transported out of the state?
Never Confused

Mahwah, NJ

#18 Jun 10, 2007
Greg wrote:
It's disturbing to see that 'Cops' are posting on this board, defending their actions / arrest of these two individuals.
'FELONY'-'Explosives'- please... an aging propane tanke is 1000x more dangerous than what these guys had in their car.
Pathetic, and it's time for these super sensative paronoid people to start being labeled for the schizophrenics that they are.
Cops!, I think Not. Don't be so ignorant. The information you read is "Public Accessible"
Never Confused

Mahwah, NJ

#19 Jun 10, 2007
Greg wrote:
Also - If Pennsylvania is selling fireworks that are 'considered so dangerous that they were cordoned off in a corner of a police parking lot during a news conference'... then shouldn't homeland security be putting up a fence around Pennsylvania so these fireworks can never be shipped / transported out of the state?
Each State has different Laws.

Florida you can purchase a Firearm with showing your drivers license, other states there is a 3 day waiting period. New York you need to apply for a license.

You don't like the Laws, Move out of state to where the laws suit your personal opinions.
ex Islander

Claremont, NH

#20 Jun 10, 2007
tjc smithtown wrote:
so we used 10 police officers at 50 dollars per hr to arrest 2 guys with 1100 dollars worth of fireworks, and a bag of pot. i think we could have used the man power better.
Because the arrest may have saved some lives caused by a potential explosion...
Misspole

Lindenhurst, NY

#21 Jun 10, 2007
Never Confused wrote:
<quoted text>
Each State has different Laws.
Florida you can purchase a Firearm with showing your drivers license, other states there is a 3 day waiting period. New York you need to apply for a license.
You don't like the Laws, Move out of state to where the laws suit your personal opinions.
Good answer! Or fight to have them changed in the State you live in.
Confused

New York, NY

#22 Jun 10, 2007
Never Confused is a dork

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