Shoplifting suspect leads police on high-speed drama
STORY, April 30 tracey wrote on May 01, 2007 9:57 AM: " I think our police forces need to look at their policies, but at the same time i thnk police pursuits r necesary. " WHAT you SAY wrote on May 01, 2007 11:14 AM: " If anyone has a better way of stopping the bad guys, I'm all ears, and I bet the chief is also. These things are only planned by the criminal. And is a surprise for the police.” No Sympathy for Thieves wrote on May 01, 2007 11:46 AM: "I have no sympathy for thieves. They weren't stealing bread. We see the same names from the same neighborhoods doing the same thing at the Sandusky Mall. ... Well done Perkins PD, keep up the good work." Retards wrote on May 01, 2007 3:24 PM: "Do you morons bother to read the story before criticizing their pursuit policy? Not only did they shoplift, but they were in a stolen car AND assualted mall security personnel. The driver was charged with 9 felonies!” Maybe wrote on May 01, 2007 5:57 PM: " Maybe when Penney's called the police, the cops should have said, "Nah, we're not going to risk lives over stolen cars and merchandise. You're on your own. Call us when you get safer criminals." Ashamed wrote on May 02, 2007 2:38 PM: "I am ashamed to live in Perkins Township. Not because of the Police Department for doing a commendable job, but because of the halfwit residents who still apparently can't read and keep saying they police were pursuing simple shoplifters.”
Want public land, let the public vote on it
REGISTER VIEWPOINT, May 2 Andrew wrote on May 02, 2007 7:17 AM: "It's easy to see why the Yacht Club wanted to keep things quiet. Look at what happened to the Marina District when the Waterfront Watchdogs got a hold of it! Anytime anyone wants to improve the waterfront, the naysayers go ballistic and kill those plans with complaints and legal filings. The Yacht Club obviously wanted to prevent that from happening; do you blame them?"
No new money for Sandusky schools
STORY, April 30 Take a cut wrote on April 30, 2007 9:06 AM: "Cut teachers and benefits. Problem solved!" parent wrote on April 30, 2007 10:20 AM: "Cut teachers and benefits?!? Do you REALLY think that will solve the problem? Come on! Hmm, I think cars are too expensive. How about the automakers just cut the ignition and the steering wheel to save money."
Board of health transfers plaintiff nurse again
STORY, April 30 Interview please wrote on May 02, 2007 12:04 AM: "When you take a position at any company that position comes with requirements. Maybe this woman should have reviewed these requirements with her boss before she was hired."
Perkins schools plan August levy
STORY, May 2 opie wrote on May 02, 2007 6:27 PM: "Let's blame school funding some more! That seems to be the root of all evil. Those poor teachers wouldn't have had to act like that if Ohio's school funding wasn't to blame! Now we will all hear the same song and dance about how we have to vote yes for our kids future. Please!"