murder at fisher auto
Captain Obvious

Brooklyn, NY

#160 May 30, 2013
Interesting wrote:
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No his brother is Tommy. Kenny shot him years ago while on a coke binge putting him in a coma. Ken wasn't charged. Tommy survived but has medical issues. Guess who walks the streets even after attempted murder? Kenny. Surprise surprise.
Could it be that maybe he was friends with the Chief of Police and he had something to do with the investigation stupid !
Jalapeno Jose

Geneva, NY

#163 May 30, 2013
Interesting wrote:
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I agree.
Hit the bricks, round up all the usual suspects, get out the rubber hose - well at least get out and talk to the citizens - let them know we do have some sort of a police department - if they don't want to do the job - can them all - ask the sheriff's office or SP to take over - what the hell are we paying taxes for?? Seems the only people that get arrested are ones that store dicks caught shoplifting or dumb bastards that just about tell the cops what their up to. Oh yeah, and citizens who happen to be going over 35 on Jarvis or south james or martin street or 45 on the boulevard.
Give one of those electric cars to Charlie Malone and give him a badge. He does more than most of the cops - gets around to all of the coffee shops and talks to people. I bet he has solved more crimes then most of Rome's finest.
Yep. I'm crazy - crazy over rising taxes - declining services - that is declining actual service by the city but a lot of increased lip service by those at the top. Lot of pretty faces with blowhard egos. No one who wants to really do something for the most part, and the few that do want to get things done keep getting CRAP thrown there way.
Jalapeno Jose

Geneva, NY

#164 May 30, 2013
Go Fish wrote:
Lot of cold cases on Topix there copper , try leaving the office and hitting the street or concentrate on one rather that NOT solving ANY !
Your right. Police should be out on the street, not shuffling papers. That's what secretaries are for. Can 1/2 the cops and get a few civilian paper shufflers to do the reports. Twice the work at 1/2 the pay for the most part.
scotty styles

Hicksville, NY

#168 May 30, 2013
that is horrible
OutsideTheBox

Brooklyn, NY

#169 May 30, 2013
Rome s still policing the city the way they did in 1970, methods and tactics are antiquated along with top heavy bosses with little experience. Get the dead weight out on the street concentrating on crime rather than the rinky dink drama at the PD . Violent crime is on the increase and they are worried about riding around on electric go carts !
klicky

Ithaca, NY

#172 May 30, 2013
"so what did your mother say?"
Canal Street

Oswego, NY

#179 Jun 1, 2013
Interesting wrote:
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Yup. Barb Calandra's son. Natale is his half brother. Think he's smart and keeps his distance.
What is he to Matt Calandra?Matt Calandra imet him at my friend Kelly's house.
righton

Torrance, CA

#181 Jun 1, 2013
family wrote:
One a the victims was my cousin and the girl who found them is a friend of mine. I am amazed at all of your conspiracy theories and disgusted that somr of you have jumped to conclusions and blamed wrong ppl. If you all had done your research you would easily be able to find where the men who did this we caught but police lacked the evidence needed to convict them. Yes they were panamanians yes ones nivkname was strawberry. It was him his brother and his cousin. Several years later they were arrested on drug charges and jakes mom was able to give a victims impact statement. They served their time and were deported. Their daughter is grown now and doesn't remember them. She was 3 when it happened on jan 12th 1995. I am shocked about the accuracy of police buffs details of how jake was shot and ended being found sitting up against the shelves and kelly landed face down. She fought for her life. Id love yo know how you know so many details. We went through hell back then. Please stop spreading the rumors of who did this because you could ruin their lives.
You are so right
righton

Torrance, CA

#182 Jun 1, 2013
On March 21, 1996, a grand jury charged the defendants with a variety of drug offenses in an eight-count superseding indictment. Before trial, Luis Cordoba and Luis Todd pled guilty to the second count of the indictment which charged them with conspiracy to possess with intent to distribute and conspiracy to distribute powder and crack cocaine in violation of 21 U.S.C.§ 846. Luis Cordoba also pled guilty to one charge of knowingly and intentionally possessing, with the intent to distribute, cocaine, in violation of 21 U.S.C.§ 841(a)(1). On June 26, 1997, a jury convicted Raul Cordoba of participating in the drug conspiracy set forth in count two of the superseding indictment and to which Luis Cordoba and Luis Todd had previously pled guilty. See 31 F. Supp. 2d at 248.
At sentencing, Judge Munson summarized the defendants' base offense levels under the U.S. Sentencing Guidelines as follows:
Through their drug enterprise, defendants were responsible for trafficking between fifteen and fifty kilograms of cocaine. Under the United States Sentencing Guidelines, their base offense level for this conduct is thirty-four. See U.S.S.G.§ 2D1.1(c). Pursuant to U.S.S.G.§ 2D1.2(a)(2), Luis Cordoba's base offense level is enhanced one level to thirty-five because his offense involved a minor. His base offense level is enhanced four more levels to thirty-nine because he was an organizer or leader of criminal activity that involved five or more participants. See U.S.S.G.§ 3B1.1(a). Absent any other adjustments, including the enhancements the government seeks, the Guidelines manual recommends as follows:(1) Raul Cordoba, with a criminal history category of one and a base offense level of thirty-four, faces 151 to 188 months imprisonment; (2) Luis Todd, with a criminal history category of three and a base offense level of thirty-four, faces 188 to 235 months imprisonment; and (3) Luis Cordoba, with a criminal history category of one and a base offense level of thirty-nine, faces 262 to 327 months imprisonment.
Id.
Prior to the defendants' sentencing, the government presented evidence suggesting their involvement in the January 12, 1995 murder of two individuals in Rome, New York. The government claimed that Raul Cordoba committed the murders when he and Luis Todd attempted to collect payment of a drug-related debt. The two allegedly acted at the behest of the enterprise's ringleader, Luis Cordoba.
Citing this "relevant evidence," the government asked Judge Munson to apply upward departures or adjustments under the Sentencing Guidelines. Specifically, as to Raul Cordoba, the government urged the court to apply an upward adjustment under U.S.S.G.§§ 2D1.1(d)(1) and 2A1.1. Section 2D1.1(d)(1) provides: "If a victim was killed under circumstances that would constitute murder under 18 U.S.C.§ 1111 had such killing taken place within the territorial or maritime jurisdiction of the United States, apply § 2A1.1 (First Degree Murder)." Under § 2A1.1, Raul Cordoba's base offense would be forty-three, indicating life imprisonment.

Jalapeno Jose

New Hartford, NY

#193 Jun 3, 2013
Weather wrote:
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You should mind your own business! Nobody but you idiots care who I see! Dennis isn't dealing drugs anymore for your information! Believe me I know!
See who you want to see, be with who you want to be with. Unless someone knows you and cares about you it is none of their business.

This thread is about a murder, not who is seeing who.

If you are currently going with one of these people, someone who was associated with Jason or any of the Panamanian crew, and they have valid information concerning the actual shooter, try to convince them to do the right thing. If they truly are out of the drug scene now this is something they should have a strong moral feeling about - doing the right thing.

Good luck in your relationship but be careful and vigilant. Drugs have a way of sneaking back into a person's life and wreaking havoc.
Family

Watertown, NY

#197 Jun 5, 2013
This is heartbreaking. We have lived with this for the last eighteen years. Now I get phone calls and emails to read Topix. You guys are all fucktards. Only one comment knew what they were talking about. If anyone really cared they would have sat through all the court hearing our family did. You are all sick with your false comments on something you know nothing about. If you care so much today hopefully someday you can go through the nightmare we have.
klicky

Kirkville, NY

#201 Jun 5, 2013
"it has been over ten years ago!"
klicky

Kirkville, NY

#202 Jun 5, 2013
"dennis has a old 1950's car to sell you in remsen; where the kid that was missing from DJ's was from, go there and have fun"
klicky

Kirkville, NY

#204 Jun 5, 2013
"stinks bad near the martin street train station"
Jalapeno Jose

New Hartford, NY

#205 Jun 5, 2013
Family wrote:
This is heartbreaking. We have lived with this for the last eighteen years. Now I get phone calls and emails to read Topix. You guys are all fucktards. Only one comment knew what they were talking about. If anyone really cared they would have sat through all the court hearing our family did. You are all sick with your false comments on something you know nothing about. If you care so much today hopefully someday you can go through the nightmare we have.
You are 100 percent right. Most of the posts have had nothing to offer. Others have rehashed things that are already known. The circumstances and evidence that is known is not what is needed to do anything more to bring final justice in this matter. New information leading to new evidence, the recovery of the weapon for instance, or verifiable testimony from someone who saw something of importance or was told directly by one of those involved what occurred.

If the contributor has neither then they should not throw out wild accusations and preposterous theories.
just sayin

Minoa, NY

#211 Jun 12, 2013
sure looked like a strong armed robbery!
wasnt the two found burned in a trunk of a car at riverside mall from VVS as well?
and who was the other VVS one shot to death in utica over some drug deal about ten years ago?
Back in the day

East Haven, CT

#213 Jul 25, 2013
Wtf? I remember when this happened. I've been gone a long time from Rome, but thought by now this would have been solved? It's a real shame there's still all this unanswered s-hit that was never resolved. Rome doesn't change.
pickfarts

Utica, NY

#214 Feb 17, 2014
this was never solved
tell us more. tell us more about coss
never

Agawam, MA

#215 Feb 17, 2014
pickfarts wrote:
this was never solved
tell us more. tell us more about coss
Stop digging for things that may not even be there! Some crimes and people don't always get punished you know. You can speculate all you want but you need actual evidence to prove someone guilty. Obviously the proof is just not to be found.
Are you Kidding

Chatham, NY

#218 Mar 5, 2014
D-rod wrote:
<quoted text>I know Calandras and grew up with many of them. They were not involved in any murder. I also knew the kid and his mother. The girlfriend was just in the wrong place at the wrong time. It was a paid hit by Stawberry.
If you think you have any new info that can really help? Call Richard Ferruci at the District Attorney's Office. He will be happy to help.

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