York County sheriffs nab 19 in recent...

York County sheriffs nab 19 in recent warrant sweet

There are 4 comments on the The York Daily Record story from Mar 28, 2014, titled York County sheriffs nab 19 in recent warrant sweet. In it, The York Daily Record reports that:

The York County Sheriff's Office Criminal Response Unit arrested 19 people on 27 outstanding warrants between March 17 and 21. Bertina Staggers, 54, of Dover Township, a warrant for failure to appear for a preliminary hearing for a retail theft charge; Henry Zientek, 23, of Hanover, an Adams County District Magistrate criminal warrant for ... (more)

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lady

Lancaster, PA

#1 Mar 28, 2014
WEll Whoopie!
Good job fella's
You all get your "atta boys" and pat on the back.
I mean is it really News for the Sheriffs to do there job??
I guess it is in York County
Usedtowearblue

Stewartstown, PA

#2 Apr 11, 2014
Lady.....

I can understand your belief that this is just an easy day job since they do it on TV but finding people with warrants ISNT always that easy. They move , don't update their address with Penndot , don't keep the same job , and generally don't show up at the same place day after day.

They also tend to run , hide , climb out into the roof , jump out of windows , fight when being arrested etc.

So before you chide them for just " doing their job" , think about a mile in their shoes.

Usedtowearblue means what you think it means.
lady

Lancaster, PA

#3 Apr 11, 2014
It used to be no extra charge for "running and hiding" you could skip court for a year if you wanted and the court just continues your crap so after you can afford choice attorney you can waltz in and get it over with. now its
an extra charge for running whoopie No motivation to do right if your a scumbag like you really care about one extra charge. Yeah right!
So used to be blue how comes you don't wear blue anymore?
If warrant :catching is to much than perhaps you should take that up with the legislatures maybe they will impose more of a just punishment to those who deserve it.
They certainly have no trouble sticking it to innocent people there was just a recent case of a man in prison for 25 years wrongfully

Here's your proof Jonathan Flemming and I also offered Proof of previous statements that can be accessed at yorkcountypa.gov
lady

Lancaster, PA

#4 Apr 13, 2014
Usedtowearblue wrote:
Lady.....
I can understand your belief that this is just an easy day job since they do it on TV but finding people with warrants ISNT always that easy. They move , don't update their address with Penndot , don't keep the same job , and generally don't show up at the same place day after day.
They also tend to run , hide , climb out into the roof , jump out of windows , fight when being arrested etc.
So before you chide them for just " doing their job" , think about a mile in their shoes.
Usedtowearblue means what you think it means.
I'm still waiting on that "seat" you think I should have btw

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