Cops: Man rammed girlfriend's car

Cops: Man rammed girlfriend's car

There are 30 comments on the Connecticut Post story from Nov 11, 2008, titled Cops: Man rammed girlfriend's car. In it, Connecticut Post reports that:

A city man is charged with chasing and ramming his girlfriend's car Tuesday after an argument over child custody that started in the Westfield Connecticut Post mall parking lot.

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mike

Windham, CT

#22 Nov 13, 2008
Lee wrote:
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Mike drinking and blogging do not go together. You have no idea who you are speaking of. This Chris Supple is not the same Chris Supple who made a unforuate mistake in the past. Chris is a fine person who shares his name with a punk who has been in trouble with the law since according with all accounts I have read for the last 7 years. I will guess the law wasn't allow to mention a minor name in the paper so I will guess he has been in trouble for at least 10 years. So Mike please before you quote and repeat info make sure you have the right person.
Well If this is not the Chris Supple I know then I retract all the support I offered him The Chris I know is not a bad guy and I do not drink
5-0brother

Piscataway, NJ

#23 Nov 17, 2008
Sheila

Baltic, CT

#24 Nov 18, 2008
YES wrote:
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True, she may have instigated the anger in some way.
I just hope the kid wasn't with her when he was on the mad chase! lol
Instigated?!! Are you serious? If it was "instigated", he should have walked away, like a man, and dealt with things in the proper, legal manner.

But, somehow, I DOUBT it was instigated. Anyone who would ram someone's car has true issues. Is that possibly why he was being denied visitation? Yeah, that's someone I'd want my child in a car with.
YES

Milford, CT

#26 Nov 20, 2008
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Instigated?!! Are you serious? If it was "instigated", he should have walked away, like a man, and dealt with things in the proper, legal manner.
But, somehow, I DOUBT it was instigated. Anyone who would ram someone's car has true issues. Is that possibly why he was being denied visitation? Yeah, that's someone I'd want my child in a car with.
Don't get your panties in a twist, I was playing devil's advocate. I don't agree with the actions either.

Jesus.
Nunnayabizness

Essex, CT

#27 Nov 25, 2008
Alright. So how many people here know Chris Supple? None, right? Here's the thing: You don't know the story. The paper isn't going to tell you what sort of internal disputes may transpired between the mother and the father prior to the incident. Not to say that this behavior is justified, but how many of you have children? If you were being denied the right to see your own child, how would that make you feel? You would be angry, frustrated, and at times irrational. You can't say that you yourself wouldn't have done what he did because you just don't know. You can't think you can psychoanalyze somebody from what you read in the paper. It's amazing. It's been a long time since most of us were in high school, so leave this behavior at your Alma Mater for the next graduating class to embrace. It is a rare thing nowadays to have a 25 year old man want to step up and be a father. You people are going to begrudge him that over something you read in the paper? Get real or mind your business because it's NUNNAYABIZNESS!
Jonesy

Baltic, CT

#28 Nov 25, 2008
Nunnayabizness wrote:
Alright. So how many people here know Chris Supple? None, right? Here's the thing: You don't know the story. The paper isn't going to tell you what sort of internal disputes may transpired between the mother and the father prior to the incident. Not to say that this behavior is justified, but how many of you have children? If you were being denied the right to see your own child, how would that make you feel? You would be angry, frustrated, and at times irrational. You can't say that you yourself wouldn't have done what he did because you just don't know. You can't think you can psychoanalyze somebody from what you read in the paper. It's amazing. It's been a long time since most of us were in high school, so leave this behavior at your Alma Mater for the next graduating class to embrace. It is a rare thing nowadays to have a 25 year old man want to step up and be a father. You people are going to begrudge him that over something you read in the paper? Get real or mind your business because it's NUNNAYABIZNESS!
I agree, it's great when a MAN steps up and accepts his responsibilities as a parent...or a woman for that matter.

But a true man, a mature man shows self-control and does not endanger the life of his child under any circumstances. The mother angered him - we get that, not saying she's blameless. If his visitation is being manipulated or denied, there are proper, legal ways to address it. This is the way a mature, responsible adult deals with things. He is responsible for his actions or reactions, no one else. What he did was wrong, period.
Jonesy

Baltic, CT

#29 Nov 25, 2008
YES wrote:
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Don't get your panties in a twist, I was playing devil's advocate. I don't agree with the actions either.
Jesus.
Possibly you should word your posts more accurately. I also thought you were blaming the woman for instigating the incident.

No need to be offended or take the Lord's name in vain.
Nunnayabizness

Essex, CT

#30 Nov 25, 2008
Jonesy wrote:
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I agree, it's great when a MAN steps up and accepts his responsibilities as a parent...or a woman for that matter.
But a true man, a mature man shows self-control and does not endanger the life of his child under any circumstances. The mother angered him - we get that, not saying she's blameless. If his visitation is being manipulated or denied, there are proper, legal ways to address it. This is the way a mature, responsible adult deals with things. He is responsible for his actions or reactions, no one else. What he did was wrong, period.
I agree. But bear in mind his child wasn't in the car. Like someone said in an earlier post, he would have gotten charged with endangering the welfare of a minor as well. That would have landed him right smack on the cover of the paper, not a little blurb in the Police Log. I think everyone just needs to back off. None of these people on here know him. There is a rhyme and a reason for everything. The only behavior people accept is behavior they themself deem acceptable.
Man of the hour

Lake Grove, NY

#31 Apr 20, 2012
it is nice to see that so many people on here like to read an article and assume that they know what happened or any of the people involved. Yes, I am the person in the article. Yes, the mother of my daughter and I were involved in an altercation. No, my daughter was not there nor would I ever put her in a situation like that. The reason everything blew up was proir to that night I was not allowed to see my daughter for almost two months. I agree that i took it overboard which is why i faced my responsibilities like a man. I see that some of you are quick to judge me on my actions, but I ask, what would you have done? walk away? let it go? I had already taken her to court and gotten visitation and was still being denied. I would like to see a man, a real man, walk away from his child because the mother makes it difficult. That makes you a deadbeat loser and fortunetly for me im not in that catagory. Next time you read an article in the paper remember this, the police never tell the paper the whole story, plus, the paper is going to write the most "entertaining" story possible. By the way if you didnt know this already I also made channel 12 news. I guess I am the first guy to ever strike back for wanting to be in his childs life, and i hope im not the last...

Since: Aug 10

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#32 Apr 20, 2012
#31 should be in jail for the rest of his life for trying to kill the mother of his child. Shame on him.

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