Three men accused of scamming St. Pau...

Three men accused of scamming St. Paul homeowner, 83

There are 9 comments on the TwinCities.com story from Apr 15, 2011, titled Three men accused of scamming St. Paul homeowner, 83. In it, TwinCities.com reports that:

The men came to the St. Paul home of an 83-year-old woman unsolicited this week, offered to perform some work and then charged her thousands for what police described as "minimal" and "extremely sloppy" concrete work.

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Since: Jul 08

Brooklyn Park

#2 Apr 16, 2011
Now that Social Security benefits are threatened by certain "politicians" we should impose more harsh penalties on those who prey on the elderly.
Kids R not Us

Saint Paul, MN

#3 Apr 16, 2011
where are the kids to help out mom and pop?

Oh yeah American society now have pets as there
kids and are now paying for it by choosing to not
have kids.

They are stupid enough to house, feed and care for
a dog or cat as much or more then a kid of flesh and blood thinking it is much easier and cheaper.

Bad long term investment people. Can you come over
and scoop my neighbor's dog po op after the snow
is gone? It stinks!

Since: Mar 11

Location hidden

#4 Apr 16, 2011
That is awful~~To prey on our cute little elderly~~I love old people~~I hope they reap what sewed in da big house~~F@@King METH HEADS!!!!
EastSide_Thomas

Minneapolis, MN

#5 Apr 16, 2011
These guys sound like they are on the City of St. Paul payroll.

Something like this occurred a few years back when Mayor R.T. Rybek out bid for a new roof on the city hall building and the Target center. A fly-by-night contractor showed up and got TR to sign over millions for a "green" roof on both buildings. He just spread some dirt and weed seed on the roofs and fled town.

The mayor actually held a news conference to let everyone know how "green" he was.

Yeah, he sure was.

“I am always right.”

Since: Oct 09

Former MN Taxpayer

#6 Apr 16, 2011
Simple solution to this situation.

Castrate all three of the men with a rusty knife and let them bleed out a very slow and painful death.

Problem solved.
EastSide_Thomas

Minneapolis, MN

#7 Apr 16, 2011
IrishMN wrote:
Simple solution to this situation.
Castrate all three of the men with a rusty knife and let them bleed out a very slow and painful death.
Problem solved.
Chainsaw. With 2 old ladies pulling the trigger together.
DMoney

Lake Elmo, MN

#8 Apr 16, 2011
Kids R not Us wrote:
where are the kids to help out mom and pop?
Oh yeah American society now have pets as there
kids and are now paying for it by choosing to not
have kids.
They are stupid enough to house, feed and care for
a dog or cat as much or more then a kid of flesh and blood thinking it is much easier and cheaper.
Bad long term investment people. Can you come over
and scoop my neighbor's dog po op after the snow
is gone? It stinks!
Maybe she didn't have any kids.... idiot!
st paul

Saint Paul, MN

#9 Apr 18, 2011
HAHA Dirtballs - good job you morons - thats what you get!!!!!!! What a bunch of idiots!
Parent

United States

#10 Apr 27, 2011
These guys are pigs! Nothing, except abusing children, ticks me off more than this.

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