Money stolen from handicapped

Money saved by three handicapped men was stolen during a burglary at the Flat Rock Community Services residence.
Sandusky Register Staff
Aug 27, 2010

 

Money saved by three handicapped men was stolen during a burglary at the Flat Rock Community Services residence.

The three men, who receive 24-hour care at the residence, together were saving $82, all of which was reported missing, according to a Huron Police report.

The money was divided into three envelopes, with each man’s name on the front of it, and kept in a locked safe that was found unlocked.

The home’s grocery money, which was kept in the same locked box, wasn’t taken during the theft.

The burglary occurred when the staff and residence were away from the Berlin Road residence to attend a softball game.

When a staff member returned to the residence, he found the door unlocked, which another staff member remembered locking before she left.

Nothing else was disturbed in the residence, the report also stated.

Comments

althenaruby

Thats just sad.

Katelih-Trailer...

 Burglary or theft by a worker?  

redwhiteblue

It takes a real man to rob the handicap people of their money.  This is probably another case where these thieves were  probably arrested before and handed  a light sentence or sent to rehab, then are released.  It's time to do it again.  I say it is time that we punish the individuals that are perpetrating crimes and give them the type of punishment that will make them not want to do it again.  Shame on our legal system!  Shame on the lawyers, shame on the judge's the only ones that are done the right thing are our law enforcement officers.  once an individual is caught committing a crime the taxpayers will probably have to supply him with a lawyer at our cost, then some liberal judge will slap their hands and send them on their way to do it again or commit some other kind of crime