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Agree with DNR wrote:
The only people making C'Ville look foolish is the town police officer and his wife that think the law doesn't apply to them.
And they sought this media exposure. They should plead guilty, pay a fine and move on. They were wrong.
If they had truly done what they said they were doing, the deer would have been released long ago. My guess is they got attached and started viewing it as a pet. You can't keep deer as pets. Never have, never will. Read this...
http://www.dgif.virginia.gov/wildlife/deer/ke...
Interesting! However, those don't look like the Indiana State Laws. Those look like Virginia State laws. Just saying!
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Jan 30, 2013
 
Milee wrote:
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Interesting! However, those don't look like the Indiana State Laws. Those look like Virginia State laws. Just saying!
What? They don't look like laws because they AREN'T laws. In Indiana or Virginia.

They are, however, the REASONS the DNR has laws. And those reasons are the same in VA or IN.

Jeesh.

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inbred wrote:
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What? They don't look like laws because they AREN'T laws. In Indiana or Virginia.
They are, however, the REASONS the DNR has laws. And those reasons are the same in VA or IN.
Jeesh.
Nicely put. lol
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it is obvious that the couple was going to let the deer run wild, probably run in a gang, and hide out in the woods near maryjane no doubt......it would have grown up to be no count. on welfare, and foodstamps. thank goodness the dnr could sense the future of this animal. it would have quit going to school and would be nowhere without an education. so yes. the dnr was right. long live the dnr. heroes.
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I was born and raised there and I have been many places. I come back to visit my family but every time I come back... It just seems like its getting worse. I LOVED that town when I was a child. When D&N, Ford and other places of work was still available. That town use to be a good little town to raise your children but ever since the jobs have gone...so did the sanity of everyone there. Its just sad because there is no work for anybody and the town has done nothing to help the community.
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it is the same throughout the midwest. it seems like when the interstates and the malls were built; commerce for the small towns suffered and there goes the economy. i go to connersville to shop at the carhart store (wells), and to your jc penny store. i take my grandkids to the train events and the people i have met are very nice. maybe one day things can be better. small towns need to thrive again. screw the malls.
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It's a small town thing in the mid south too. The city leaders and businessmen kept control and competition out, then their businesses died. Now, they rot in nursing homes, forgotten about. They only thing in the newspapers is who got arrested for what. The only employment is for the government or being a cop. The cops are above the law here too, they make their own rules. Some of our sheriffes have been busted for selling methamphetamines out of the courthouse and sheriff's department, and some didn't get busted or caught. You have to kiss their butt or they will pull you over and plant dope on you or set you up on some charges.

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It's a small town thing in the mid south too. The city leaders and businessmen kept control and competition out, then their businesses died. Now, they rot in nursing homes, forgotten about. They only thing in the newspapers is who got arrested for what. The only employment is for the government or being a cop. The cops are above the law here too, they make their own rules. Some of our sheriffes have been busted for selling methamphetamines out of the courthouse and sheriff's department, and some didn't get busted or caught. You have to kiss their butt or they will pull you over and plant dope on you or set you up on some charges.
Wow!
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You moved to town and now things are going to pot, did you do this? lol I believe the town has been an amusement since the first truck hit the tressel and nobody can find a solution.
Lmao! That possibility can not be ruled out!

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Sad but true wrote:
I was born and raised there and I have been many places. I come back to visit my family but every time I come back... It just seems like its getting worse. I LOVED that town when I was a child. When D&N, Ford and other places of work was still available. That town use to be a good little town to raise your children but ever since the jobs have gone...so did the sanity of everyone there. Its just sad because there is no work for anybody and the town has done nothing to help the community.
I know how you feel. I loved it there too. I want only good things to happen for those people.
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v8s10freak wrote:
connersville has always been a joke
Yea since you live here making fun of or town shows your stupidity
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Jan 31, 2013
 
This was to funny I read the list of topix threds out loud, well some out loud the rest he got my meaning. Then HvH what a comeback have to say at least I had a good laugh out of what may win an award for dumbest arrest.
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Connersville is just a small town with small minded people. There are some wonderful people that live here but they are always put in the background of all the drugs, unemployment, and just plain stupidity. Just look at topix some of the things are just uncalled for. Alot of small towns are like this but the people that grip usually have never been out of this city. Remember if you are unhappy the only person that can change that is yourself. No one forces anyone to stay in cville or Indiana period.

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When you are stopped for speeding or other things while driving Police Officers can use discretion. They can give you a ticket or written warning or just a verbal warning. How many of you broke laws when you were young and a police officer used DISCRETION and let you go. How many of you broke rules your parents set for you. I did and so did most of you. My concern is that the law was broken but not in a way of poaching for profit or any type of cruel act. They helped the deer, DNR knew about it for a long time. I wonder how many people in this town have exotic birds and other animals that are illegal but nothing is said, Coon hunter keep coons in cages to use for practice with their dogs. Not one word is said about that by the DNR. All I am saying is the DNR officer could have used discretion and giving them a warning and I am sure Jennifer and Jeff would have followed what the warning said.
If your child breaks the law and the police come to your door and talk to you and your child and decide to let you deal with what the child did that was unlawful then the police officer used discretion. I am sure you be be glad for that.
Sometimes when people put on a uniform they become Darth Vader and go strictly by the book using no discretion. I would hate to get a hold of one like that.
I am not saying a law wasn't broken but am saying discretion could have been used.
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Feb 1, 2013
 
I don't agree with Indy very often,(lol), but in this case I do. I have heard SO MUCH about this deer....Jeff and Jennifer had good intentions and the DNR knew all about it from the start.

If they are soooo worried about the law.....why don't they REALLY work the lake in the summer and stop the boaters and check for the ones that are drinking or don't have life jackets for every person on the boat. Or other laws they are breaking!!! They could check more people for fishing licenses, it goes on and on what they
COULD BE doing.

The deer is ok and back in the woods, they prevented it from dying. Noone poached it....GET OVER IT!!

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Feb 2, 2013
 
Yea, what he ^^^^said.
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indycorvette wrote:
When you are stopped for speeding or other things while driving Police Officers can use discretion. They can give you a ticket or written warning or just a verbal warning. How many of you broke laws when you were young and a police officer used DISCRETION and let you go. How many of you broke rules your parents set for you. I did and so did most of you. My concern is that the law was broken but not in a way of poaching for profit or any type of cruel act. They helped the deer, DNR knew about it for a long time. I wonder how many people in this town have exotic birds and other animals that are illegal but nothing is said, Coon hunter keep coons in cages to use for practice with their dogs. Not one word is said about that by the DNR. All I am saying is the DNR officer could have used discretion and giving them a warning and I am sure Jennifer and Jeff would have followed what the warning said.
If your child breaks the law and the police come to your door and talk to you and your child and decide to let you deal with what the child did that was unlawful then the police officer used discretion. I am sure you be be glad for that.
Sometimes when people put on a uniform they become Darth Vader and go strictly by the book using no discretion. I would hate to get a hold of one like that.
I am not saying a law wasn't broken but am saying discretion could have been used.
Very well said!

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