One suspect arraigned, second still at large - Sentinel & Enterprise

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One suspect was still on the loose Tuesday evening after Sterling, Leominster and state police spent Monday afternoon searching for a man who allegedly broke into a Sterling home at about 11:30 a.m. Monday.
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Fizbo

Leominster, MA

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Dec 22, 2010
 
Put him away for at least 20 years this time. 250 incidents? Career Criminal much ?
Stevieb42

Leominster, MA

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Dec 22, 2010
 
Why are these scumbags allowed to get out of jail just to go back anbreak into more houses .Id say there both drug addicts. What if his wife an kids were home. They wonder why people take things in there own hands TOUGH JUSTICE I SAY
rntwefedupyet

Wellesley Hills, MA

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Dec 23, 2010
 
it is turely sad for everyone we need a better way to deal with problem then to just lock someone up. then when they get out its hard enough to get a job try it with a record. i don't know what it will take to make it better. there needs to be something when they get out to get them started. i know it would cost money and you will get why give them help but it cost to much the way we are doing it now. nobody wants to live life that way.
CHII

Londonderry, NH

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Dec 23, 2010
 
>Judge Martha Brennan set bail at $5,000 cash.

The leftist judge only requires $5k cash bail from a career criminal.

That's part of the problem here.
Lunenburg

Hudson, MA

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Dec 24, 2010
 
CHII wrote:
>Judge Martha Brennan set bail at $5,000 cash.
The leftist judge only requires $5k cash bail from a career criminal.
That's part of the problem here.
Judges should be voted in and out and NEVER appointed these life long positions where they can freely wreak havoc!
zing

Santa Clara, CA

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Dec 25, 2010
 
rntwefedupyet wrote:
it is turely sad for everyone we need a better way to deal with problem then to just lock someone up. then when they get out its hard enough to get a job try it with a record. i don't know what it will take to make it better. there needs to be something when they get out to get them started. i know it would cost money and you will get why give them help but it cost to much the way we are doing it now. nobody wants to live life that way.
I vote that they all go live with you!
Big Picture

Fitchburg, MA

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Dec 25, 2010
 
rntwefedupyet wrote:
it is turely sad for everyone we need a better way to deal with problem then to just lock someone up. then when they get out its hard enough to get a job try it with a record. i don't know what it will take to make it better. there needs to be something when they get out to get them started. i know it would cost money and you will get why give them help but it cost to much the way we are doing it now. nobody wants to live life that way.
What some people fail to understand is people like this are not people like you. They have a job, it's stealing. It's all they know. It's all they want to know. They are not productive members of society nor do they wish to be. They do not pay mortgages, car payments, eat at nice restaurants or patronize downtown shops for new shoes. All they want to do is get fast easy money to fill their lungs and veins with drugs. Rehab does not work unless the individual wants to get clean. Some do, but most don't. It's a lifestyle they chose long ago. And the government gives them approval by putting in roadblocks to enforcing drug laws. Dealers deal with impunity knowing the police have a daunting task of building a case for months if not years before they are taken down. And most of the time they are let go scot free due to a technicality or interpretation by a liberal judge.

So when Mr. Snow was released from jail his first thought wasn't where will I live, where will I work? It was where shall I get my first hit? Oh, how much does it cost? I'll be right back. And the story unfolded from there. Once the government and judicial system gets their collective act together and realizes people shouldn't have a "right to get high" we can start cleaning the streets of drugs and those who use them. Crime will be cleaned up right behind it.

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