Surveillance pics released from E. Ha...

Surveillance pics released from E. Haddam bank robbery

There are 47 comments on the WTNH Hartford, New Haven and Connecticut story from May 14, 2008, titled Surveillance pics released from E. Haddam bank robbery. In it, WTNH Hartford, New Haven and Connecticut reports that:

East Haddam _ State police are asking the public's help to identify the man who robbed the Liberty Bank Tuesday afternoon.

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the Badger

United States

#1 May 15, 2008
Hmmmmmmmm, sure looks like Nick to me.
Anonomoodus

Milwaukee, WI

#2 May 15, 2008
I wish they would put larger pictures on display, It's hard to see at this size.
Libby

Colchester, CT

#3 May 15, 2008
Who do you think drove the get away car??? He couldn't have pulled this off on his own.
Resident

Colchester, CT

#5 May 16, 2008
Wake up call East Haddam. Increase the Dare program to the 7th and 8th graders even through high school. Also the East Haddam Resident Troopers have to gain a better relation ship with the residents themselves. Build relationships with the people and the teenagers. Instead of the feeling the police are just out to get everyone. Let me tell you that is the feeling about the Resident Troopers currently. They have the power to change it. It will benefit everyone if they build relationships with the residents and act as if the care about folks. Give it a try it may work. The police should be people we can trust. Good Day!
resident

Ellington, CT

#6 May 16, 2008
nick bauer... what a waste
Resident

Colchester, CT

#7 May 16, 2008
God Bless the Bauer family during this difficult time. People don't judge. It has to be extremely difficult to have a child on herione. If he was an addict this robbery would have never happened. GET NICK THE HELP HE NEEDS!
Resident

Colchester, CT

#8 May 16, 2008
GET NICK THE HELP HE NEEDS!
the Badger

United States

#9 May 16, 2008
He ran over to the HS and caught a bus, YES! a schoolbus.
Libby wrote:
Who do you think drove the get away car??? He couldn't have pulled this off on his own.
WTF2

United States

#10 May 16, 2008
I agree, Nick needs help. It is a shame things got as out of control as they did. But, you can save your pity party for people who do not know his parents. They are LOUSY parents and could have intervened much much sooner, but didn't. They are too busy with their friends and boozing it up. Nick was headed for trouble 10 years ago and they never showed him consequences and this is why he is the way he is. I just hope the younger ones will be OK. I hate to see ANYONE get messed up with drugs, especially Heroin.
Resident wrote:
God Bless the Bauer family during this difficult time. People don't judge. It has to be extremely difficult to have a child on herione. If he was an addict this robbery would have never happened. GET NICK THE HELP HE NEEDS!
Resident 2

Orange, CT

#11 May 17, 2008
Nick cant get help from anyone unless he wants it. He will be put away no one needs to worry about him. And dont say shit about nicks parents, they didnt know about addiction and tryed hard to get their son back.
the Badger

United States

#12 May 17, 2008
If they hadn't let him go wild in the first place he probably would not be where he is today. I said it once and I will say it again, they are LOUSY parents. Always off with their friends and /or drunk at the Sportsmens Club. Those kids have been wild for years. Just ask any of their neighbors.
Resident 2 wrote:
Nick cant get help from anyone unless he wants it. He will be put away no one needs to worry about him. And dont say shit about nicks parents, they didnt know about addiction and tryed hard to get their son back.
Resident

Guilford, CT

#13 May 17, 2008
I think the bus he caught was the Dente bus!! LOL
Terri

Waterford, CT

#15 May 17, 2008
I graduated Nathan Hale Ray over 20 years ago. There was Pot and drugs going on then. It hasn't changed much. It's just spoke of more in todays society. The town has gotten much bigger over the years. More houses a new school. This kid may be on the wrong path. What I don't understand is... If his behavior was so bad why didn't anyone speak up before this incident happened. You saw the kid was in touble, yet you stayed silent. Now the kid has gotten in trouble and your blaming the parents. I don't want to hear it's not my place to get involved. IT'S EVERYONES place to get involved. Neighbors, School mates, School teachers, relatives, friends. Why must everyone ignore a situation and then be the first one to throw blame? Nick You did something extremely wrong. I hope now you get the help that you need. I hope the rest of you people wake up and start paying attention to people that may need help! Especially our young teens.
Ahmed al Musifar

Middletown, CT

#16 May 17, 2008
I still think the town needs a walmart
Ahmed al Musifar

Middletown, CT

#17 May 17, 2008
Resident wrote:
God Bless the Bauer family during this difficult time. People don't judge. It has to be extremely difficult to have a child on herione. If he was an addict this robbery would have never happened. GET NICK THE HELP HE NEEDS!
i guess nick does need help

Nicholas J. Bauer, 20, 32 Eli Chapman Road, East Haddam, 8:30 p.m., third-degree burglary, second-degree criminal mischief, fourth-degree larceny; court date April 15, Middletown Superior Court.
the Badger

United States

#18 May 18, 2008
It is the parents responsibility, not mine or anyone elses. However, I do know they are spoken to about Nicks behavior over the years and ignored the warning bells and red flags. Anyone in their neighborhood will confirm this.
Terri wrote:
I graduated Nathan Hale Ray over 20 years ago. There was Pot and drugs going on then. It hasn't changed much. It's just spoke of more in todays society. The town has gotten much bigger over the years. More houses a new school. This kid may be on the wrong path. What I don't understand is... If his behavior was so bad why didn't anyone speak up before this incident happened. You saw the kid was in touble, yet you stayed silent. Now the kid has gotten in trouble and your blaming the parents. I don't want to hear it's not my place to get involved. IT'S EVERYONES place to get involved. Neighbors, School mates, School teachers, relatives, friends. Why must everyone ignore a situation and then be the first one to throw blame? Nick You did something extremely wrong. I hope now you get the help that you need. I hope the rest of you people wake up and start paying attention to people that may need help! Especially our young teens.

“Sy Sperling ISN'T my president”

Since: May 08

NY & CT

#19 May 18, 2008
Terri wrote:
I graduated Nathan Hale Ray over 20 years ago. There was Pot and drugs going on then. It hasn't changed much. It's just spoke of more in todays society. The town has gotten much bigger over the years. More houses a new school. This kid may be on the wrong path. What I don't understand is... If his behavior was so bad why didn't anyone speak up before this incident happened. You saw the kid was in touble, yet you stayed silent. Now the kid has gotten in trouble and your blaming the parents. I don't want to hear it's not my place to get involved. IT'S EVERYONES place to get involved. Neighbors, School mates, School teachers, relatives, friends. Why must everyone ignore a situation and then be the first one to throw blame? Nick You did something extremely wrong. I hope now you get the help that you need. I hope the rest of you people wake up and start paying attention to people that may need help! Especially our young teens.
You must be a Hillary Clinton supporter. She thinks it takes a village too. Of course you're both wrong, It's the parents responsibility, they had him, we didn't.
the Badger

United States

#20 May 18, 2008
YES!! Great idea. I would love one. How about an Applebees, too? Put that right where Knuckleheads used to be.
Ahmed al Musifar wrote:
I still think the town needs a walmart
the Badger

United States

#21 May 18, 2008
How is the weather on Jupiter? you IDIOT!!
Resident wrote:
Wake up call East Haddam. Increase the Dare program to the 7th and 8th graders even through high school. Also the East Haddam Resident Troopers have to gain a better relation ship with the residents themselves. Build relationships with the people and the teenagers. Instead of the feeling the police are just out to get everyone. Let me tell you that is the feeling about the Resident Troopers currently. They have the power to change it. It will benefit everyone if they build relationships with the residents and act as if the care about folks. Give it a try it may work. The police should be people we can trust. Good Day!
Paul

Hollywood, FL

#24 May 18, 2008
Nick is over 18 and an addict. It is beyond his parents responsibility. And to remind everyone, Nick's dad spent years mentoring him and his brothers in the Little League program as a coach. Instead of blaming the parents, see what help they & the Dentes need. Have any of you had addict in your family?

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