Maple Shade man charged in stabbing

Maple Shade man charged in stabbing

There are 10 comments on the CourierPostOnline story from Mar 5, 2011, titled Maple Shade man charged in stabbing. In it, CourierPostOnline reports that:

A man has been charged with stabbing a woman in a township apartment complex on Friday.

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Since: Sep 08

Rochester, NY

#1 Mar 5, 2011
All of the crap that has been going on in Maple Shade the last couple of years make it look like it is turning into Camden.Darn shame,it was a nice little town until the lowlifes started to move in.

Since: Nov 08

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#2 Mar 5, 2011
maddog2008 wrote:
All of the crap that has been going on in Maple Shade the last couple of years make it look like it is turning into Camden.Darn shame,it was a nice little town until the lowlifes started to move in.
It's inevitable. Democrats ruined Camden. Democrats have ruined Pennsauken 3/4 of the way and the democrats will ruin Maple Shade eventually if allowed to keep taxing and spending on unneeded bullcrap. It has already started.

“Pompous pontificator”

Since: Jun 08

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#3 Mar 6, 2011
I was a Shader for 25 years, but couldn't afford to stay after retirement more than ten years-ago. I've been living a better quality of life on 1/3 my last pay since then and have had no raises. I chose to relocate where there are good ppl and honest government...and I have made no large compromises doing it. As an added bonus, the US Constitution is honored here and I can exercise rights that are nonexistent in New Jersey.
NJ is a sinking ship, and the rats are the ones that are staying.

Graft and corruption makes living in many NJ towns a very expensive proposition. MS will go the way of many others where the earners flee and then there are no taxpayers left to pay for those leaches who stay.

Since: Sep 08

Rochester, NY

#4 Mar 9, 2011
Bubbletoes wrote:
I was a Shader for 25 years, but couldn't afford to stay after retirement more than ten years-ago. I've been living a better quality of life on 1/3 my last pay since then and have had no raises. I chose to relocate where there are good ppl and honest government...and I have made no large compromises doing it. As an added bonus, the US Constitution is honored here and I can exercise rights that are nonexistent in New Jersey.
NJ is a sinking ship, and the rats are the ones that are staying.
Graft and corruption makes living in many NJ towns a very expensive proposition. MS will go the way of many others where the earners flee and then there are no taxpayers left to pay for those leaches who stay.
That was one of the main reason that we moved out of N.J. also.Living UPSTATE N.Y. is much cheaper,cleaner an a slower life style.(downstate N.Y. is worst than N.J.)Thankfully we follow constitution up here also,like the right to own and carry a sidearm.We also have a "entitlemt group" that lives off the taxpayers because they think that they are owed a free ride, graft,corruption and 118" of snow every year,but at least we can live well and pay our bills.I hope their new Governor (who I like)gets the state back to when it was a great place to live.
John Wintersong

Baltimore, MD

#5 Nov 3, 2013
Our neighborhood is beautiful and clean, and our neighbors are warm and friendly. We love Maple Shade. Some folks will find misery wherever they go, because that is how they choose to see the world.

“Pompous pontificator”

Since: Jun 08

Location hidden

#6 Nov 3, 2013
John Wintersong wrote:
Our neighborhood is beautiful and clean, and our neighbors are warm and friendly. We love Maple Shade. Some folks will find misery wherever they go, because that is how they choose to see the world.
Hey, I liked MS very much; I moved there in '78, started a family, and enjoyed 'growing' there too. I especially enjoyed all the mom n pop eating establishments like Yellow Sub, Sealect, Cafe Fontana, and the little grocery/butcher shops like Buono's Market. I have some fond memories of living in the Shade. But, when money becomes an issue, and one gets tired of shoveling and driving in snow, it's time to find greener pastures. The bottom line IS, it's too costly to live there considering the property taxes etc, and there are places with just as good quality of life where it's cheaper and more comfortable to live. I have found that here in a SE state.
tramedy

Voorhees, NJ

#7 Nov 15, 2013
i've never even really been to maple shade that much maybe like once or twice.. a long ass time ago.. i stay in my house all day.. like for 4 years stragiht no lie.. on this website blogging every day..
tramedy

Voorhees, NJ

#8 Nov 15, 2013
you guys suck At making people love each other..
tramedy

Voorhees, NJ

#9 Nov 15, 2013
why would carrying a side arm save Anyone what if your foe has sidearms..
The Maple Shade kid

Williamsburg, VA

#10 Nov 22, 2013
I graduated in 1965 - what great place Maple Shade was to grow up in those days 1950's through the late 1960's - of course that is al changed now. the best is long gone

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