Local police respond every day to heated and unusual situations. The following is one item pulled from the daily police blotter. SANDUSKY POLICE FRIDAY, SEPT. 30 7:21 p.m. - 1800 block Superior St., man, 46, threatened to kill another man, 21, after the younger man made fun of the way the older man washes dishes. For the full daily police blotter from agencies across the area, pick up the Register or check out the e-paper.

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JERRY from SANDUSKY
  Good example of why we don't want crossroads and others in our nieghborhood...............
Sue Meredith

I don't see anywhere in the article where it says the incident took place at Crossroads. There are private residences and other business's on that street/

JERRY from SANDUSKY

WE WILL SEE WONT WE

JERRY from SANDUSKY

OOPS

Secretary1

Okay eightballcuet1, Name another business on Superior Street that washes dishes in the 1800 block of Superior Street???

BINGO......it's Crossroads!!  We live in the neighborhood, we know when the Fire, Police, EMS respond to that place!! We see all the people walking up and down Venice Road, some arguing, some talking to themselves, some begging for money, some looking on the ground for spare change.....I throw spare change out the window on purpose and watch them pick it up!  I make donations to Crossroads of clothes, toys, etc to help them out so I do have compassion but am tired of them being lazy a$$es and relying on the system for help!!  They even search the changers at the Car Wash looking for $$.  So having a free place to stay so they can roam the streets and look for a job is a joke!  People with good educations can't even find jobs right now!

Just Make Sense is right!!  We don't want Crossroads, the Beacon House or the Felony Rehab in the neighborhood. 

1832 Superior is Crossroads!!  Decko Products that may have someone in there washing dishes is located at 2105 Superior.............well it doesn't take a Rocket Scientist to figure out what the 1800 block of Superior is!

Mama of 4

I cant believe some one would ACTUALLY be heartless enough to throw change out the wondow to watch homeless people pick it up. You donate things to make yourself fell better not to help them. You dont know these peop0le or thier circumstances in life. You have never been in that position ( and I make that assumption on your action of coin throwing) so how DARE you judge them. In my opinion people like you rank far below the homeless.