Police: Suspects tied to break-ins

Police: Suspects tied to break-ins

There are 3 comments on the NewburyportNews.com, Newburyport, MA story from Oct 29, 2010, titled Police: Suspects tied to break-ins. In it, NewburyportNews.com, Newburyport, MA reports that:

A father, mother and daughter are facing more charges in connection with a rash of house burglaries in the region.

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Karma

Merrimack, NH

#1 Nov 1, 2010
Looks like your luck ran out! Finally!!!!!!!!!!
well yeah

Exeter, NH

#2 Nov 2, 2010
these criminals and drug addicts have been at it for a long time good to see the streets are getting sweeped of the no good trash. good job catching these low lifes now we hope they get a good stiff jail time so punks was it worth it now that you sitting in your jail cells you take from us our goods we take from you your freedom
seriously

Raymond, NH

#3 Nov 2, 2010
Are our streets swept clean? Because they lock up a few come on are u serious? Do you live here? It really should be alot harder for the youth to get a hold of drugs. Obviously these kids weren't doing this shit when they tried shit for the first time. So who is to blame these kids that are getting addicted to drugs that were prescribed for an adult? Or is it the DR's that prescribe these for people who don't need them? Because we all know that addicts have to feed there addiction just like people have to eat food to survive. This town needs to clean up the providers before they can clean up the streets. And instead of the law arresting these addicts and throwing the ones who don't rat in jail maybe they should atleast help the rat addicts with there addiction before letting them back on the streets. What I mean is we see people going to jail for long periods of time and other people getting out quick that commited the same crime because they give a name or made up a story cause they are usually withdrawing and would point the finger any way they can to get out and do there dope. Jail is a rehabilitation for people who break the law. But what does it do for the addiction? The reason there breaking the law in the first place!

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