Oak Creek resident Brian Rogers voices his complaints about Oak Creek Police Chief Russ Caterinicchio on Tuesday night during a public meeting at Oak Creek Town Hall.

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Oak Creek resident Brian Rogers voices his complaints about Oak Creek Police Chief Russ Caterinicchio on Tuesday night during a public meeting at Oak Creek Town Hall.

Police forum packs hall

Oak Creek residents, law enforcement seek middle ground

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Some of the public comments from a Tuesday meeting to discuss the Oak Creek Police Department.

Some of the public comments from a Tuesday meeting to discuss the Oak Creek Police Department.

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Some of the public comments from a Tuesday meeting to discuss the Oak Creek Police Department.

Some of the public comments from a Tuesday meeting to discuss the Oak Creek Police Department.

— If there was one thing the town of Oak Creek could agree on at Tuesday night's police forum, it's that the Oak Creek Police Department and its constituents need to find a middle ground.

Impassioned residents packed Oak Creek Town Hall for the forum, spilling out into the hallway and sitting on every available inch of floor space, sharing everything from the highest praise for their local law enforcement to threats to leave town unless there's a change in leadership.

"I'll be the first one to admit ... they do need to get more of that small town mentality," Police Commissioner Chuck Wisecup said. Wisecup also is a town Trustee, who came back onto the Town Board because of his dissatisfaction during time periods when a police presence was sorely lacking in Oak Creek.

"This was really built as a listening session for the Oak Creek police to listen to the community, and for the community to listen to the Oak Creek police," town Trustee and forum moderator Angie Krall said. "What we're looking for is some adaptation to each other."

Many residents said the department took on an inappropriate mentality of "cleaning up" Oak Creek when its officers were brought on last fall.

"I don't know why the police came into town so angry at us, which really set everything off on the wrong foot," said Doug Diamond, co-owner of Black Mountain Tavern.

Although Diamond did not place sole blame for decreasing business with the police department, he said the way officers have clamped down on traffic enforcement has pushed drivers into bypassing Oak Creek entirely on Routt County Road 14. Diamond's sentiments are shared by a number of local business owners, who enumerated complaints in a letter of concern organized by Colorado Bar co-owner Becky Elliott, delivered to the Town Board last month.

Tales of discontent and feelings of intimidation were countered Tuesday by anecdotes of professionalism and thank-yous for warnings given on traffic stops. Oak Creek resident Jennifer Sliney reminded attendees that complaints about the current department are not the first time that the town has greeted new officers with skepticism and anger, and that the town does have crime that merits their presence and action.

"We all know the reputation that Oak Creek has for running out police officers and treating them with hostility," Sliney said. "I really feel like the people of Oak Creek need to snap out of it."

Sgt. Erik Foster, whose previous police service was on the Front Range, apologized to the community for any misgivings that his "big city" experience may have brought.

"I'm working very hard to learn the best way to approach a small community," Foster said. "I want to be working for you, not against you."

The town will continue to host public police forums every three months for as long as necessary, Police Chief Russ Caterinicchio said. The department polices with the consent of the community, and truly is there to serve them, Caterinicchio said.

"We're going to have as many of these as it takes to come to the middle - and that's the theme I've heard tonight. We need to come to the middle," Krall said.

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nmypinon 6 years, 9 months ago

SRM: Tritz tried to get his job back with O.C. but was turned down. But what ever happen to Mr.Rogers ( in the above picture) being a reserve for the town (getting uniforms exams etc paid for) Maybe he should just be our full time cop. He knows what he is doing.

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oldskoolstmbt 6 years, 9 months ago

mucker--SO true!

i don't think a HUGE number of people are avoiding driving through oc in fear of the police.....i know many people prefer 14 instead of the canyon and have driven it for years...if ur not breaking the law, what do u have to 'hide' from?....having kids attending high school in the oc, im thankful for the police presence

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outoftown 6 years, 9 months ago

I grew up in oc and its funny how many people still are drinking and driving. You mean to tell me that the town has grown so much that you cannot walk home. Come on. There is not one place in that town that you cannot walk to in just a few minutes. And if people are avoiding the town maybe that is an indication that it needs to be cleaned up. Your not loosing business because of the cops. Last time I was there the carpet in the Colorado, was torn and filty, and the bathroom was discusting. Gee, Get A Clue.

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justathought 6 years, 9 months ago

Wall was personally invited to attend this cop bashing, I wonder if he read the handout about "your rights if you're stopped for a DUI".

Where was the "harassed jaywalker" or the "harassed patron buying a candy bar"? Where were the hundreds of "specific" non-generalized complaints other than from an ex-cop that doesn't seem to be able to keep a job (even that wasn't first hand, happened to his girlfriend)? Maybe many of these events were just a figment of an over active or drunken imagination.

"We all know the reputation that Oak Creek has for running out police officers and treating them with hostility," Sliney said, TRUER words were never spoken. OC, TRY obeying the law and treating the officers with respect instead of attitude, the outcome might just surprise you.

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candylane 6 years, 9 months ago

Oak Creek is not so large that you can not walk home if you have had drinks, but the truth is, people are being harrassed walking home after drinking. It is against the law you know. So do you do the responsible thing and walk home or do you "chance" driving home without getting caught. When people are responsible and walk home they get bashed. When the police had the "tipsy taxi" that also was bashed. Get a grip, there are more alcohol selling businesses in this town than there are churches. You knew it when you bought or rented here. It's like the girl that falls in love with the boy she met at the bar and after courting and going to the bars (on dates), after marriage she immediately goes about trying to change him and get him in church. It may happen but probably not, and if it does, get ready for a long bumpy road. You can't make a silk purse out of a pig's ear. Oak Creek is a great little town. The differences in Oak Creek and other towns is what makes people come here. The differences in the people is what makes people stay here.

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justice4all 6 years, 9 months ago

Oak Creek is very special to me and has been for a lot of years. Shame on the review team that hired these guyes. We do need police prescence in OC but we do not need these BIG CITY guyes with their present attitude. The issues raised at the meeting need to be addressed at the next meeting so they can either be resolved or put to bed as unfounded rumors. Chief, the ball is in your court. Take your best defence or forfit.

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Ms_E_Bronte 6 years, 9 months ago

When there are so many other IMPORTANT issues facing this Town, it's getting to the point of aggravation that so much time and attention is being paid to these alcohol issues! If people drink responsibly, and businesses serve alcohol responsibly, then what's the problem? Time to move on -- this subject is worn out.

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aristocat 6 years, 9 months ago

I have lived here for a long time and I am so thankful for all the great people in this town! I have found so many reasons why to live here and raise my kids here. But then their are so many reasons why I question the thought of staying here, one being the way that the law enforsment deals with todays ways of life. People are conserned for their childrens safty. We should not have to worry about our kids being kids. What ever happend to letting kids get away with snowball fights, thats what kids do! I hate that fact that I have to worry about things as small as forgeting a blinker at 1 am. This is a small town, small towns shouldnt be this way! I lived in a big city for a while and I never had as many issues with the law as we do in this town. Chris and Linda made it so we could feel comfortable were we live. Now the great citizens of Oak Creek have to question if this is were thay even want to be. I want our comfort back, I want to be able to enjoy this town and what it offers with out being harrasted while doing it! The other thing that I would like to add is what happend to people being kind and nice? I feel like it's becoming hard to trust the many people around us...

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justathought 6 years, 9 months ago

Ms Bronte, "If people drink responsibly, and businesses serve alcohol responsibly, then what's the problem?". The problem is that too many aren't drinking and/or serving responsibly so the police doing their job, responsibly. This seems to upset a few not so responsible people.

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nmypinon 6 years, 9 months ago

The " Harassed Jaywalker" was there last night.

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oldskoolstmbt 6 years, 9 months ago

being harrassed for walking home after drinking????staggering drunks in the street raises a safety issue for the drunk and the people driving (responsibly) around them...here's an idea, have a FEW drinks at the bar, WALK home (not stagger) and procede with the tie-one-on event at the safety and comfort of your home....and if kids want to be kids and have snow ball fights...again, go home and proceed there, where the public can not be harmed (god forbid one of your grandparents get nailed in the face with a snow/ice ball..then everyone would b*#!ch that the cops are NOT doing their job!)...did anyone stop to think maybe oc needs big city mentality to knock the back-woods mentality down (or up?) a notch?...laws do apply, regardless of the population size!

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coloradoski 6 years, 9 months ago

OAK CREEK IS SUNK

did you check out all the religious leaders at the oc meeting? they are lining up to support chief russ because he is a man of God.

the guy in the middle hallway that was balding, just brought a group of church friends from Jeruslam--sp?.

the fellow with brown coat in glass door hallway that left early has a church in Eagle co. of about 150.

the blonde sitting by door is the routt county "Holy roller". she is a prayer warrior and many locals that are ill go to her. some of the churchs call her the soul winner.

they are already gathering in prayer and fasting for change in oc.

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Dukebets 6 years, 9 months ago

Unbelievable..........mucker and candylane are right on point.

Oak Creek is no different than any other small town. A police presence is good and welcomed when performed in a civil fashion. I don't believe any of us want to rid the town of police. (me included as a business owner that did sign the petition)

Ms Bronte seems to believe that this is all about the booze. Those types are under the impression that all of the complaints directed at the OCPD are from drunks. First of all, drunks are the least likely to complain in a forum...........Second, I don't know a business owner in OC that is a drunk.............Third, the majority of business owners signed the petition...........Fourth, a former cop (Rogers) voiced his complaints. Fifth, stating Sliney's opinion (as justathought takes for gospel) does not gain credibility. She's only been here for a year or two and one must wonder what an aspiring PA is doing in a town of 800 people............

The moral of the story is that OC is a pretty cool little town that happens to be a little reluctant to change. Good for the proud people of the OC. I truly believe Russ is adapting and has a great personality for this town and will come to a happy medium with the department and the citizens of the OC.

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coloradoski 6 years, 9 months ago

correction he took a group there and back on a Holyland trip.

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corduroy 6 years, 9 months ago

I still cannot figure out why they have an officer in Oak Creek who lives in Clark and uses the police vehicle to drive to OC and back every day.. Couldn't they actually have someone that lives there do it? Or have the person they hire live at least closer? That seems like a waste of resources having ONE PERSON driving that SUV all over the County when it really only needs to be in OC

or am I the only one who doesn't get that?

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candylane 6 years, 9 months ago

OK Please clarify for me....who are all the good cops that got ran off! I've been here for awhile and I just want to know who was "ran" off that was a good cop. Oak Creek has had some good cops, but were the good ones driven away?

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nmypinon 6 years, 9 months ago

I agree. Why is the officer aloud to drive that far with his cruiser? Is he paying for his gas? Does this mean that all OC employees can drive a town owned vehicle (equipment) back & forth to work? I think it is ridiculous that Russ does not even live in OC.

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nurmidst 6 years, 9 months ago

maybe they are talking about those fine officers who used to ware those paramilitary outfits a few years back!!

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candylane 6 years, 9 months ago

Names please,!!!! I don't know who you are talking about, PARAMILITARY OUTFITS???? My son is in the military and wears camo or greens as he calls them. I don't recall any previous cops wearring camo.

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notmybus 6 years, 9 months ago

Just one thing to add - If we are big enough to do the crime then we should be big enough to do the time!!!

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bigdog 6 years, 9 months ago

you oc folk make me laff!

aloud? ware?

Maybe you all should get made at your schools for the disservice they have dispensed upon you!

PS: for you oc folk I intentionally misspelled a word, can you find it?

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candylane 6 years, 9 months ago

I think you misspelled more than "a word". Don't Laugh at us.

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flower 6 years, 9 months ago

Mrs. E Bronte- Oak Creek doesn't pay you to surf the internet and post blogs while you are on the job.

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ptrpaul1 6 years, 9 months ago

These OC police officers need to live in a small town in order to know how to police a small town. If they don't live here, they will never feel the impact of their own authority. They can do their job without compiling complaints, they just need the training or experience. This should hopefully be an eye-opener fort them.

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Hmmm 6 years, 9 months ago

After people got done drinking at one of the bars, one of them would ask Linda for a ride home and then the rest of them would drive drunk as soon as she left - that's a fact people. I can't believe that people actually liked that kind of stupidity in their law enforcement.

Sure the OCPD needs to learn how to deal with people in a better fashion while still enforcing the law (chewing someone's butt for rolling a stop sign has no place). On the other hand, at least laws are being enforced in Oak Creek for the first time in a long time. Funny how one of the members of the board is known to harbor drug dealers/users - also a proven fact. Why doesn't anybody hold town meetings about that joke of person. Oh I know, because that's okay in the eyes of some people who live in Oak Creek.

Times are changing Oak Creek and I'm sorry to tell you cry babies that the days of doing whatever the f$#% you want are coming to an end - don't forget to have mommy change your baby diapers.

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fartpark 6 years, 9 months ago

To respond to southrouttmucker at the top of the blog--Tritz was fired from RCSO for improper conduct, do you want someone like that responsible for the safety and well being of your community?

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upstream 6 years, 9 months ago

Thank you to the trustees, commissioners, police officers and citizens who made this forum happen- may this be a sign of good things to come. Can't help but roll around in the mud a bit and ask, what is up with: -Bernie implying the trustees "destroyed" a tape of the last board meeting...haven't we played this one out? Enough of the conspiracy nonsense already! These are good people doing the best job they know how and you know it. -Ronnie Crawford trying desperately to whip up the masses with his incoherent litany of "police offenses" and getting NO response whatsoever...the rumors are also pretty well played out, eh? On a more optimistic note: Cal Martindale publicly dispelling the nonsense regarding his truck being "slammed into" by Chief Russ took a bit of wind out of the rumor mill perhaps. Thank you Cal for your integerity and courage. We can all learn a lesson here. All in all, this was the most impressive dialogue I have ever witnessed in Oak Creek. Perhaps now the board can get back to handling the really serious issues facing our town.

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ptrpaul1 6 years, 9 months ago

I was not able to attend but can anybody tell us what Bustos and Wall, (dumb and dumber), had to say about the matter.

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flower 6 years, 9 months ago

ms bronte- Hit to close to home didn't it? and yes I am wilted from all the s---.

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parkpiling 6 years, 9 months ago

NURMIDST / OLDSKOOLSTMBT

Same guy. Quit talking to yourself.

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Timberline 6 years, 9 months ago

ptrpaul1: The only one that said anything was Wall. He introduced Bustos and himself at the beginning of the meeting. He said they were there because they were requested to be. No other comments were made. They just sat and listened to the comments, complaints and suggestions.

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nurmidst 6 years, 9 months ago

no not the same person, maybe we just both recognize what is usually found in a pile in the park!

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CoJustice 6 years, 9 months ago

Ptrpaul1: Curious as to who requested Wall's presence at this meeting. Starting to sound like the familiar "town rally" he had against law enforcement officers in Steamboat.

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CoJustice 6 years, 9 months ago

Sound familiar? Read this story:

"The City Council scheduled Hays' response after private investigator Gary Wall and a group of residents appeared before the council last month to voice concerns about the police department, sheriff's office and Colorado Highway Patrol. Wall said officers do not always respect residents' constitutional rights, had an "us versus them" mentality and harassed juveniles unnecessarily."

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Ms_E_Bronte 6 years, 9 months ago

flower -- you're not even remotely close. By the way, what has you so upset? Perhaps it's hitting too close to home for YOU. Sorry if you're "wilted" -- maybe you need a vacation. And, why are you attacking me? Am not now, and never have been "paid" by the town of Oak Creek. Besides, what does your far fetched attack on me have to do with the subject at hand? Speak up, or leave me alone! Thank you.

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Hmmm 6 years, 9 months ago

Hey Oak Creek cry babies. Maybe you should read the article about the Hayden P.D. and see the comments made there by long time residents who appreciate good law enforcement and enjoy seeing something done. The reason why Oak Creek continues to be the butt of Routt County jokes is because you all cry and whine too much when the big bad police man comes and arrests you for committing a crime. Try obeying the law, respecting authority (when it deserves to be respected), and act like adults. If you screw up and get in trouble, take your punishment and move on. Crying about being harassed and picked on by police, like the town of Oak Creek has been doing for years, gets really old and makes the whole town look bad.

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Slapper 6 years, 9 months ago

"Hummm" brings it out in the open. Public information go read the police report yourself!

Referring to the sleepy one above will you whiners and picked on take a stance for accountability with this total non-contributor who is a apparently delusional enough to think the burdens he adds to society are credentials enough to get elected again?

There are several excellant candidates running for the board and surprize surprize these people don't hang at the bars imagine that.

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JQPUBLIC 6 years, 9 months ago

mucker, explain please. I said nothing about or against you, in fact I didn't mention you at all so I sure as hell wasn't speaking for you.

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nmypinon 6 years, 9 months ago

Maybe you need to say "for those of you that cry & whine" too much.Not everybody is against LE.I think you are just still pissy that Cargo was our mayor for a couple of years & cant get over it.So maybe you should avoid OC all together.

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oldskoolstmbt 6 years, 9 months ago

piled-up-in-the-park....is that all you have to offer?brilliant!!and ur completely WRONG, sorry. hmmmm-ur right on the money with mypinon corrections:)

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Hmmm 6 years, 9 months ago

I agree that not everybody is against law enforcement. My point is that for many years, the no good loser criminals of Oak Creek have been running around town thinking they can do whatever they want. Now that the laws are actually being enforced, because Linda sure didn't do that, the same criminals are paying the price and crying like little babies about getting arrested (hello, DUI is a crime) or getting ticketed.

I am a big believer that the OCPD needs to learn how to deal with people better, while still enforcing the law. However, if you are out dealing/using drugs, driving drunk, etc. and get caught - too bad. These loser criminals in Oak Creek always place the blame somewhere else and usually it falls on the police. That is typical of those type of low life people. It's time that the drug dealers/users and other low life people get run out of town. Anybody looked at Cargo's "squeaky clean" past lately? How about the board member who harbors drug dealers/users? Where's the town meeting about him? It's a fact that meth users have been caught in his house. What a shame that Oak Creek is still stuck in the same mentality it has been in for years, because it is a great little town.

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innovated 6 years, 9 months ago

Absolutely aristocat...the 'new bloggers' are cloaked under new names due to past exposure so they can punch again at will. Debbie, Sonja, Reta: Disgruntled because their board was a failure and replaced with a mayor that really cared. And, whomever she supported, the cauldron boiled which made their hate bowls fill even more. Sad that all that negative energy couldn't been reversed for the betterment of the town we love.

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bluntman 6 years, 9 months ago

is he running for office again in april? that would be a bit much, really. i think that maybe the board was probably trying to let the guy serve out his elected term with some dignity and hope the guy would just move on down the road. too bad that he seems to fall asleep 20 minutes into most meetings i have seen him at. he's not contributed much as far as i can tell except serving as a reminder of the former mayor who quit and the legacy of her institutional mis-management.

am i the only one who saw the sp&t video of the OC police meeting? maybe everyone is just left without words after seeing that stuff. who is the guy doing the window-peeping? laughed my hat off when it got to that part. wow. the guy from the fire dept. is coherent enough, though. but otherwise... like uhhh, are these representative spokespersons for the people and platform (in general) that want to get rid of Chief Russ? i believe that everyone's opinion counts and all, but if that is indeed the case, what exactly is the argument against the Chief? get real people.

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bluntman 6 years, 9 months ago

crimes are down in the OC because we now have a functional police department that does the job it is supposed to do, unlike what happened during the tenure of the previous chief (who quit, by the way...).

now the town can get down to work and focus on the stuff that isn't working, like the condition of the streets and the other BIG public works projects they have to deal with. hopefully that department gets some badly needed help.

let's talk about the real issues for once, instead of being distracted by all of the shouters and conspiracy theorists yapping on all the time about the poolice.

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Slapper 6 years, 9 months ago

poor muckermonkey has not got a clue about many things.

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JQPUBLIC 6 years, 9 months ago

innovated, you really prove the point as to how rumors get started in oak creek. I am still reading the paper and the forums and LMAO because nothing ever changes, but I decided to quit posting because your stupidity really has nothing to do with me any more. Since I still have friends and family in OC, I'll keep reading but other than that, you will have to find someone else to blame for thinking you and your friends are less than model citizens. Hey, I really do love the way you feel the need to accuse someone and invent motives but alas, just more rumor mongering.

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bluntman 6 years, 9 months ago

who said we need more poolice, MUCKER? Chief Russ & the dept. are doing a darn crackin' good job of beating down on the low life. obviously we don't need more cops with the ones we have now doing the job so well. but until i can actually count om my neighbors in the OC to not drink and drive and prove that they have the self control to do so, i will put my faith in law enforcment to do their job instead.

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bluntman 6 years, 9 months ago

for obvious reasons i am going to excuse myself from engaging in this discussion any further. i should apologize as well for using an inflammatory metaphor in my previous post. sorry about that. no one is being beat down. it wasn't helpful to imply that and caught myself as i had momentarily slipped into the Jerry Springer realm. i have to take a time out now...

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JQPUBLIC 6 years, 9 months ago

mucker, I don't know what you think you read in my post (if you actually read it) to make you act like this (unless you are also innovated and/or on something), but that's okay, have fun and rant on.

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CoJustice 6 years, 9 months ago

Yea McNutty!:: show your shelf, what kind of shelves did you bring to the meeting?

What is the first thing that comes to mind when you think of OC:..exactly::.Shelves

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parkpiling 6 years, 9 months ago

McN you are not alone. It was great to see you at the meeting. Years ago you stood up in the mist of the mob and took a stand against drugs and drunk drivers. Past careers included helping the poor as a social worker. Assisting some of these same people to qualify to recieve food stamps so they could feed their families.

Alot of blog comments are of followers but few are strong enough to lead as yourself. No one likes to hear the truth and prefer to be lied too. Keep speaking the truth. Those still in darkness fight for drugs,drinking and no pol. dept.They despise the truth and try to blame you as the problem. Remember take strength in knowing your words are speaking for the silent majority. Thank you for caring.

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nurmidst 6 years, 9 months ago

Have all the thugs been rounded up i haven't heard anything about them lately?

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nurmidst 6 years, 9 months ago

maybe we could get that crime stoppers # one more time just in case!

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parkpiling 6 years, 9 months ago

Nurmidst

Why do your postings take a STAND FOR DRUGS ? (Past). Also who do you believe is the Thug? ( No..... really).

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CoJustice 6 years, 9 months ago

Southrouttmucker: Be careful what you wish for. Gary Wall was at the meeting, and could end up back on the board.

I know how much you like the Sheriff.

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nurmidst 6 years, 9 months ago

where have i ever taken a stand for drugs?I think i've answered that for you before(seven/otterbdone). What would happen if everyone were too afraid to raise questions about police actions? we are in America right! We need the right to ask! I have a real problem with someone forcing there religion or morals on me or anyone else as long as im not breaking the law get out of my business dont try to impose your lifestyle on me, dont knock on my door with a handful of messengers. when was the last time someone knocked on your door and tried to convince you to join the party? What do i believe a thug is? from reading your previous post i would think its anyone who doesn't look, act, or believe the same way you do.

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Timberline 6 years, 9 months ago

Just an idea.... If Hayden doesn't want Ray maybe he could come be our Chief. I've met him on several occasions, and he is a good man. Good family values, and believes that the children are the most important thing these days. Support them and direct them in the right direction while thier young, and then maybe they won't make as many bad decisions. Some might think he's intimidating by his size, but if you have ever had a chance to talk with him for awhile that would change.

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aristocat 6 years, 9 months ago

Oak Creek is so crime ridden the police chief feels safe going home and leaving this quiet sleepy town to its own devices before 10:30 p.m. on a Friday night! After he has done all of his "extra patrols" driving through the parking lots of the busnesses, the town is safely tucked in, he heads south out of town. That sounds like he is ready to get all the drunks and druggies off the street! Not!

If you really think that people only begin leaving the bar, when police were occupied, when Linda was here you must have fallen into the creek and landed on your head. That trick was going on when John was here! But it is easier to have short term memeory loss and knock Linda because she did care about the people that she tried to serve. So yeah, she did leave. But only because she was on the job 10 times more than what we have now and was exhausted. At least she was around at midnight to take someone home, not like tonight when they have to come from Steamboat to take care of Oak Creek!

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SoRouttNative 6 years, 9 months ago

Your problem is not police... that is only a symptom!

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innovated 6 years, 9 months ago

Dear southrouttmucker: JQPUBLIC is not Reta...sounds like her though, don't it? It is Debbie VanGundy. Fact. And no, VanGundy, I don't have a double or triple alias as you...just innovated.

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JQPUBLIC 6 years, 9 months ago

innovated...You seem to be able to get one "fact" right, the rest is speculation spoken as gospel which still seems to be the norm for many in OC. I posted today because my name was brought up, my statement in a previous post that "I decided to quit posting because your stupidity really has nothing to do with me any more" IS FACT. Now you have two "facts". Leave my name out of your petty vindictive arguments and I'll keep NOT posting. I don't need a second alias because frankly Scarlet, I don't give a damn.

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nurmidst 6 years, 9 months ago

parkpiling/otterbdone/seven why do you keep implying that i support drugs in your post then change your name? I simply questioned police tactics and procedures in the acet article, google dea agent indicted or any similar search! It can't happen here? southrouttmucker made my point about needing to maintain our right to question with the article above! you can be a blind follower if you like but please don't question my right not to be!

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Timberline 6 years, 9 months ago

JQ: It looks like someone hit a nerve... From looking back at all your previous pages of posts I don't think you should be upset that your name was mentioned. Looked to me like you had a fine time bringing up names, and bashing people. If all our stupidity doesn't concern you , then why were you always so willing to stir the pot with YOUR false accusations and slanderish comments? You of all people should know how it feels to get drug through the mud by rumors and accusations. I was always taught to treat others with respect and you will recieve it in return. If you don't, then expect karma to come back and bite ya in the a** .

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nmypinon 6 years, 9 months ago

My My My srm found his caps button. Cleve: I agree with you about the meds.( Or something) Damn right if you SEE someone smoking pot ( or doing other drugs) the cops or acet should be called. And as for locking my house -yes I do-when I go to bed & when I leave. Lock my car you darn right I do everytime I get out of it. SRM: As far as your ally issues I would have to say that all you need to do is ask one of the men from public works to make an extra pass or so & they would do it. As far as the fire hydrant you could call the chief & tell him it needs to be cleared of snow.Maybe then you would not have so much to bi#$% about.

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aristocat 6 years, 9 months ago

Just wondered if you got your alley issue taken care of. All I've ever had to do is call Rocky Wisecup and make sure everybody up and down the alley have their cars out of the way. If you can't get ahold of him try Bob at public works.

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