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Exeter, NH

#1 Jun 7, 2011
Anyone hear about the cruiser going through stop sign on Washington st. yesterday morning and hitting car.
Shop Seabrook

Exeter, NH

#2 Jun 7, 2011
Sorry meant the the stop sign at Railroad Av.
long timer

Hampton, NH

#3 Jun 13, 2011
nope. do you have a link for it? didnt hear about it
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Exeter, NH

#4 Jun 13, 2011
Why is it always a secret when police get in accidents? We rode by right after it happened.
The police went through the stop sign at Cenetennial, and Railroad. He T-Boned a small car
demoloshing it with the push bar bumpers.
The hood of the police car was covered with glass off the car.
long timer

Hampton, NH

#5 Jun 23, 2011
It's just like the Jeremy Tetrault story. Other departments send us there problem cops because Seabrook dont care. http://www.seacoastonline.com/articles/201011...

In an unrelated matter, the AG's office in July identified Tetrault was the officer who drove a cruiser through a red light at 100 mph and crashed into a pickup truck driven by a civilian. The Feb. 5 North Hampton crash occurred during another pursuit when Tetrault, now a Seabrook cop, broke three state laws pertaining to emergency vehicles, according to a state police accident report.

The driver of the pickup truck was hospitalized for a concussion and injuries to his left knee and neck, according to the report. The cruiser's air bags deployed and Tetrault suffered a concussion, as well as injuries to his left ear and right knee, according to investigators.

Local and state officials refused to release Tetrault's name as the driver of the crashed cruiser and the Herald sought his identity through a Right To Know request, which ultimately went to court. Police officials said his identity was protected under the state's Driver Privacy Act and on June 30 Gov. John Lynch signed legislation amending the Act to exempt state-owned vehicles.
Brilliant

Exeter, NH

#7 Jul 2, 2011
You know, you can go to Nassau County, NY, where there are some of the highest paid police officers anywhere in the country, and find the same tiny percentage of negative stories.

Anywhere, and I'm not even agreeing with your posture or story here, there are problems to be found if you look at the microcosm and exploit that as the macrocosm. It just isn't the big picture.

The Seabrook Police Department has done a great job, and has grown and changed, along with the Town, over the past twenty years. Are there problems? I don't know, but I would guess there are.

Are there problems at Newburyport and North Hampton and Portsmouth and Concord and ...wherever? You bet there are.

I'm 100% behind the Police Department. I don't intend to get into trouble, and I hope trouble doesn't find me, but if it does, I have 100% confidence in our Police Department.

Too bad you don't.
bin there

Hampton, NH

#8 Jul 6, 2011
long timer wrote:
It's just like the Jeremy Tetrault story. Other departments send us there problem cops because Seabrook dont care. http://www.seacoastonline.com/articles/201011...
In an unrelated matter, the AG's office in July identified Tetrault was the officer who drove a cruiser through a red light at 100 mph and crashed into a pickup truck driven by a civilian. The Feb. 5 North Hampton crash occurred during another pursuit when Tetrault, now a Seabrook cop, broke three state laws pertaining to emergency vehicles, according to a state police accident report.
The driver of the pickup truck was hospitalized for a concussion and injuries to his left knee and neck, according to the report. The cruiser's air bags deployed and Tetrault suffered a concussion, as well as injuries to his left ear and right knee, according to investigators.
Local and state officials refused to release Tetrault's name as the driver of the crashed cruiser and the Herald sought his identity through a Right To Know request, which ultimately went to court. Police officials said his identity was protected under the state's Driver Privacy Act and on June 30 Gov. John Lynch signed legislation amending the Act to exempt state-owned vehicles.
Tetrault was rejected by Hampton Falls because he was shooting as some guy driving by in a van. Seabrook PD picks up a lot of cops who cant hack it elsewhere. Everyone knows theres no standard in the town.
wiseass

Stratham, NH

#9 Jul 24, 2011
you dont know the history of beetings and lieing cops in this town. Go back to were you come from.
Shoulda paid attenshun

Exeter, NH

#10 Jul 26, 2011
Mr. Wiseass, beetings are very good with butter and salt.

Repeet this to yoorself in mirrer:

Note to self: When I am unhappy with the way I am being treated, I should figure out if I'm doing something to cause it, and if not, I should do something about being mistreated. I have options and I should pursue them.
bin there

Hampton, NH

#11 Jul 26, 2011
Those kids who got beaten up by Seabrook cops didnt have a choice about moving to another town. Walking homes not a crime in my book.

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