Police Under Attack

Police Under Attack

There are 2 comments on the KTHV-TV story from Jul 19, 2007, titled Police Under Attack. In it, KTHV-TV reports that:

“My pelvis was broken, the front and the back”

We rely on law enforcement to be there to help us when we feel threatened or vulnerable, but what happens when police are the ones in danger? In Monticello, four officers and one Drew County deputy have been ... via KTHV-TV

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Stacy

Little Rock, AR

#1 Jul 22, 2007
I live in Monticello and George is my friend.He is a very nice person and certainly did not to deserve these injuries.I can't Believe that woman got only 5 years.Just isn't right for someone to be hurt so bad and the criminal gets off so easy.I wish the best to George and his family.
Miss Know It All

Magnolia, AR

#2 Sep 17, 2007
Yes, the criminals do go unpunished. For example, there is this woman that works in the parent center at the Dermott Public School and she buys and distributes hydrocodone. She is very self-righteous and attends church everytime the doors are open. I think she should clean up behind her own doors.

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