Litchfield DOT truck driver charged with stalking girl

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A 48-year-old Thomaston man has been charged with stalking a 17 year-old Litchfield girl while driving his state Department of Transportation truck. Full Story
Al R

Fairfield, CT

#1 Mar 18, 2009
Note to self - turn off bright flashing lights when subtly trying to stalk someone.
Sal Minella

Montpelier, VT

#2 Mar 18, 2009
Note to self- Job opening soon at DOT.
wahwhaWUT

Cheshire, CT

#4 Mar 18, 2009
*ugh* creepy

what a jerk
Steve

United States

#5 Mar 18, 2009
That is a joke! We all look at girls walking to school or work. Give me a break!
WhataCreep

Brooklyn, NY

#7 Mar 18, 2009
Steve wrote:
That is a joke! We all look at girls walking to school or work. Give me a break!
Maybe you do, but do you follow them a slow speed, then turn your vehicle around to slowly cruise past the girl's house?

If you do, then you should be arrested for violation of the "creepy old perv stalker" ordinance.
Same Jerk Different Shirt

United States

#8 Mar 18, 2009
Al R wrote:
Note to self - turn off bright flashing lights when subtly trying to stalk someone.
Hi, Maury!!!
LOL

Elizaville, NY

#9 Mar 18, 2009
New York put the dirty DOT workers in better positions.
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Who ever heard of a bureaucrat who'd rather go on vacation than spend $1 billion?

Say hello to Astrid Glynn, New York state's commissioner of transportation.

And goodbye, as she departs on a three-week Borneo vacation - never mind that she's the state official tasked with identifying the infrastructure projects upon which $1.1 billion in federal stimulus money will be spent. And the contractors who'll get the cash.

Alas, Glynn will be in Borneo from tomorrow through April 4.

Borneo?

She's got to be kidding.

It's not as if it was completely unknown that the state would be getting stimulus money - and when it would arrive.

Indeed, the rough outlines of the stimulus package was known in December.

Besides, Glynn is also fully aware of when the state fiscal year begins: April 1.

And she may have heard that the state faces a $14 billion deficit. Isn't it just possible that other decisions affecting the Transportation Department might have to be made over the next three weeks?

How on earth could she schedule such a long vacation?

More to the point, how could Gov. Paterson approve it?

Is anybody in charge in Albany?

Don't answer that question.
2badcrew

Uncasville, CT

#10 Mar 19, 2009
At least he wasn't sleeping in the truck.
wwjd

New Milford, CT

#11 Mar 19, 2009
i hope he had two hands on the wheel...
Motherboard

Brunswick, ME

#13 Mar 19, 2009
Steve wrote:
That is a joke! We all look at girls walking to school or work. Give me a break!
Do we all park in front of their houses every morning and follow them multiple times? I we do, perhaps we need some therapy.

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