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Officials: Cop shoots man in Dunkin' Donuts

There are 7 comments on the Newsday.com story from Aug 4, 2010, titled Officials: Cop shoots man in Dunkin' Donuts. In it, Newsday.com reports that:

Newsday/Optimum Online subscribers click here for full access Not a Newsday or Optimum Online subscriber? Click here Officials: Cop shoots man in West Babylon struggle August 4, 2010 By [email protected] A Suffolk police officer shot a man at a Dunkin' Donuts in West Babylon Wednesday afternoon after the man intervened between officers and a woman ...

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Vee

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Since: Dec 06

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#1 Aug 8, 2010
Getting shot in the donuts? That sounds painful.
Glazed

Mechanicsville, VA

#2 Aug 9, 2010
Vee: He didn't get shot in just the donuts: The article said he got shot in (the) dunkin' donuts. I guess he won't be dunkin' for awhile now.
B excellent 2 each other

Rye, NY

#3 Aug 10, 2010
what about a stun gun? this guy had no weapon.What is wrong with the cops? now we have to worry about cops being as bad as gang members,these cops were nothing but thugs
no need to know

South Elgin, IL

#4 Aug 10, 2010
B excellent 2 each other wrote:
what about a stun gun? this guy had no weapon.What is wrong with the cops? now we have to worry about cops being as bad as gang members,these cops were nothing but thugs
YES 100% CORRECT..this cops are thugs, they abuse their bagdes. They could have stun him or put him down by hand power. Wheres all their training when this happen. Police should not have guns unless they are ready to handle the situation
Glazed

Richmond, VA

#5 Aug 10, 2010
Ok, all communities, I'm sure, in order to save a buck or two will hire a lot of least desirables for the police force. Look at the low pay that's offered. We really should hike their salaries up and go for maximum training for the officers. Sure it will cost us taxpayers, but in the long run we'll be much better off.

Since: Oct 07

Farmingville, NY

#6 Aug 11, 2010
Glazed wrote:
Ok, all communities, I'm sure, in order to save a buck or two will hire a lot of least desirables for the police force. Look at the low pay that's offered. We really should hike their salaries up and go for maximum training for the officers. Sure it will cost us taxpayers, but in the long run we'll be much better off.
Low pay for Suffolk County Cops????

You really aren't from around here, are ya?

The average salary with benefits for a Suffolk police officer is around $105,000.
leslie

Port Jervis, NY

#7 Sep 17, 2013
it was not the cops fault. this guy is dangerous an lucky no innocent bystanders were hurt.he was once arrested for headbutting a girl in church. hes a real dirtbag creep.with a long criminal history

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