Police: Two arrests in 'King of Hearts' vehicle arson spree

Full story: York Dispatch 44
State police arrested two men early Friday morning for a string of vehicle arsons in southern York County in which playing cards were left at the scenes. Full Story
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DOA

York, PA

#1 Feb 4, 2011
Hang them.

Since: Jun 10

York, PA

#2 Feb 4, 2011
DOA wrote:
Hang them.
The King would royally behead them.
turnerlo

United States

#4 Feb 4, 2011
The Queen of Hearts said "OFF WITH THEIR HEADS"
Fred Lehman

New Port Richey, FL

#5 Feb 4, 2011
Great job, showing lots of cooperation between the various agencies. Good old fashion Police work....
john

York, PA

#6 Feb 4, 2011
after all the negative stuff before about the police on this case , very happy for the police etc! good job! make um pay a big fine!!!
Shame

Mount Wolf, PA

#7 Feb 4, 2011
Can't wait to hear what their "motive" was. Stupidity? Boredom? Selfishness? What could it possibly be? We're lucky they didn't do more damage, and that no one was physically hurt. I think community work (it impacted many), and restitution to the property owners are two components of their consequences that must be included. Hope the Judge is a smart one!
Great

Delta, PA

#8 Feb 4, 2011
I sure hope they don't get off easy. Sneaking around in the dark preying on people you don't know for no reason what so ever. They probably thought it was funny. Lets see the charges. How many people stayed up all night trying to catch this scum sneaking around. What a waste. How could they be so dumb. Many thamks to the hard working police that caught them. Great Job.
jjj

Hyattsville, MD

#9 Feb 4, 2011
What else is there to do in a jerk water town
Great

Delta, PA

#10 Feb 4, 2011
After they get done serving the time in PA they can transfer them to MD for another life of hell. When they get out they can write a book on how much better prison life in MD is.
Be Gone With THEM

York, PA

#11 Feb 4, 2011
Kudos to police co-operation, BUT, the informant was the MAIN player in this case. Without him/her we would possibly still be at square one. Great job by ALL...scumbags are off the streets, no less with $1 to $1.5 MILLION bail; great. But usually, in York County, one does not receive that much bail for murder!
bad wolf

Glen Rock, PA

#12 Feb 4, 2011
If these morons ever get out of jail they better get their ass kicked when ever they show their punk faces out of doors.
PA resident

Shrewsbury, PA

#13 Feb 4, 2011
Thanks to Southern Regional Police, York Area, and PA State Police a job well done!!
Tina

Street, MD

#14 Feb 4, 2011
Did you ever think these kids had a problem? People act out in ways..everyone's different but I'm sure each and everyone one of you all acted out in some way that you weren't proud of. Im very sad for all of you. This is why the world is the way it is. Something bad happens and the anger in people come out and they're ready to do a witch trial. Guess some things never change. So sad...so sad.
SuskyResidence

Manchester, PA

#15 Feb 4, 2011
Wow.
Yet to think, our dance was canceled because of this. My friend's car was torched because of they're idea of "fun". I hope they get big punishments.
Mr Final Word

York, PA

#16 Feb 4, 2011
BEHEAD THEM
Sgt Tackleberry

Cecilton, MD

#17 Feb 4, 2011
Shame wrote:
Can't wait to hear what their "motive" was. Stupidity? Boredom? Selfishness? What could it possibly be? We're lucky they didn't do more damage, and that no one was physically hurt. I think community work (it impacted many), and restitution to the property owners are two components of their consequences that must be included. Hope the Judge is a smart one!
Community work and restitution? What? Arson is a very serious crime. These boys are looking at a whole lot of prison time, and they deserve every minute of it. You don't pass out 1.5 mil bail amounts to people who are looking at community service and restitution. These boys lives have ruined their entire lives. How stupid.
Pity Party My Arse

York, PA

#18 Feb 4, 2011
Tina wrote:
Did you ever think these kids had a problem? People act out in ways..everyone's different but I'm sure each and everyone one of you all acted out in some way that you weren't proud of. Im very sad for all of you. This is why the world is the way it is. Something bad happens and the anger in people come out and they're ready to do a witch trial. Guess some things never change. So sad...so sad.
Yes honey, things have changed! If we would have acted out our PROBLEMS, only 1/1,000,000,000 of what these kids (they're ahole damn 21 years old ADULTS) we would have been thrashed to the bone. If your ilk wishes to give the kiddie a 30 second time out on the stair step, go for it. When corporal punishment left the schools, this is the result. Furthermore, I know of no teacher who beat students! And look what this bull$hit has wrought. No, the world IS the way it is because of idiots like YOU!!! I'm way beyond sad for people like you. No witch hunt, just 'old fashioned' WORLD CHANGING JUSTICE, that's all WE want. Till then, so sad...so sad! Do the crime; do the crime and shut the hell up!!! Almost forgot, witch hunt; burn them at the stake in Continental Square!
One of the victims

Winter Garden, FL

#19 Feb 4, 2011
Having one of your cars torched in front of your house at midnight will scare the hell out of you! Believe me I know, we were one of them. "Tina" is right to a point... These guys certainly have issues; because who in their right mind would do this for kicks? I do feel sorry for their parents. But these guys are adults and by law deserve what is coming their way. I hope they are locked up for a longtime so that no one else has to live the nightmare.
Big thank you to all the police departments that worked together to bring this to a close.
Mr Final Word

York, PA

#20 Feb 4, 2011
"Confidential informant" = SNITCH. The bust happened one of two ways. Either the snitch was doing it for the cash reward or he, himself was a criminal looking for favorable consideration when it comes time to sentencing for his OWN crimes. Either way, these boys will be going down for a real long time. They deserve it too. Idiots.
No Really

New Freedom, PA

#21 Feb 4, 2011
SuskyResidence wrote:
Wow.
Yet to think, our dance was canceled because of this. My friend's car was torched because of they're idea of "fun". I hope they get big punishments.
It's funny how over the edge people went with this because of one type playing card. The more scared and worry about what might happen the more they win. Someone could walkout and start there car and it blows up, would you stop driving your car? Think about it. Life is full of risk and unpredicbaly.

Yes everyone that had there car torched got screwed by these to POS and I think all of them should get a little street justice.

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