Enfield Police Charge Three In Vehicl...

Enfield Police Charge Three In Vehicle Break-Ins

There are 9 comments on the Hartford Courant story from May 17, 2009, titled Enfield Police Charge Three In Vehicle Break-Ins. In it, Hartford Courant reports that:

Police on Sunday charged three people with a series of car break-ins and say they're suspects in similar burglaries in more than a half-dozen Connecticut and Massachusetts towns.

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johnnybgoode-117 8

San Jose, CA

#1 May 17, 2009
Yeah - these people never learn - they stay too long in the same area or have connections to the area. Many of them illegal immigrants - live in Massachusetts and work for cash in Connecticut and come back and rob places they visited or properties they worked for or in - nothing of interest - they don't rob - nice digs and toys they rob......... They should get 30 years - with no easy off plans / parole that would be a deterrent .........! And Five years supervised Community Service ......
Think about it

Enfield, CT

#2 May 18, 2009
These people should be forced to work, and when they get enough, have everything they worked hard for robbed from them. I bet no time served will be the case.

United States

#3 May 18, 2009
Thanks for the vitnesses for being so alert and reporting these thugs. But, people are really so stupid - to leave purses and valuable items in view. This is so inviting to the theifs. I continually see people run into a gas station or convenience store, leaving their cars running, with keys in the ignition and not locking their car doors. I also spoke to a women who left her car running,with doors unlocked, and her 2 snall children in the car. She told me to mind my own business. I told her that I was going to report her. But, I didnot do that, because I was afraid she would come after me. She bought cigarettes and lotto tickets. Is her cigs and lotto more important than her children? I guess not.


#4 May 18, 2009
good job by both the witness and the police
Gordon Schumway

Kansas City, MO

#7 May 18, 2009
I am glad they caught the thieves..... Too bad our court system will let them get away with it!

United States

#8 May 18, 2009
They should get the same sentence as Bernie Madoff and the rest of the Wall ST scammers...oh thats right the rest of the scammers arent getting charged with anything...guess our retirement money is less important than a few cell phones and gps units...good job police...Thank you!
what the heck is going on

Everett, MA

#9 May 19, 2009
lets just trow out the constitution and move on with the be-headings. If cops arrest you, you must be guilty. How much money can the state and federal governments save by doing away with the justice system. Its gotta be billions, and billions. we can use that money to build a few hundred thousand more prisons to house all those arrested that are immediately guilty. we would be a much better society. How about all the women staying home and raising their children instead of working so they can have a nice pair of new cars in the driveway and outdo the neighbors. Maybe thats a law we should have. there would be 0 unemployment as their would be plenty of jobs for the guys to do, prices would drop because the average family income would go down and society can get back to a normal state. Any women that refuse this will be charged with a crime and we know what the punishment would be in our police state country. There you go. I said what so many thousands of men are thinking when their families are run by babysitters and their children are raised by anything but the Mom.

Enfield, CT

#10 May 23, 2009
Now they just have to get the glass cleaned up at the rt 5 gym's parking lot...
Think about it

Enfield, CT

#11 May 28, 2009
Way to go Hartford Courant reposting old news from May 17th!

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