Yesterday as always I picked up a copy of the Daily Times at Wawa. On page five there was an article written by Paul Luce about the tribute at Rose Tree Park honoring the fallen officers from Delco and the surrounding area. It was a well written article, but to the right of it was a list of fallen officers being saluted by the Daily Times. I read the list and immediately noticed one officers name omitted. His name was Officer Dennis McNamara, an Upper Darby police officer who was killed in cold blood by some scumbag named Thomas Campbell.
For the times to “forget” him to me is an insult to the UDPD, the McNamara family, and the citizens of Delaware County. I just hope that the times included his name in today’s Sunday Times.
So let me get this straight. A woman named Susan Senn sees a little Chihuahua chained up on the front lawn of a house in Secane. She gets out of her vehicle, walks up to the dog, unchains him, then takes him to Lansdowne and gives him to a friend.
The cops are called, an investigation is started, the doggy found, and a warrant is issued for her arrest. End of Story? Hardly. Thanks to the comment feature on the Daily Times Web Site, several posters who know the “owner” of Chico have said that the dog is left out 24/7. So what if there is a doghouse, water, and food. A Chihuahua is not a cold weather dog and to chain it? Christ what moron would chain a little cute dog like Chico?
Leaving Chico outside is clearly a case of Animal abuse, and the more I read into it, it’s the owner who should be locked up, not Susan Senn
. I wonder if the SPCA is looking into this? Is Chico spending the night outside? Will Mike Chitwood
hold a news conference
and call ms Senn
a “Scumbag”? Seriously, there is a web site/ Organization
called “Unchain PA Dogs
” that is trying to get a law passed in PA that makes it a criminal
offence for a person to chain a dog up all day and night.
Seems to me that Chico needs to be set free from his bonds.
Investigation continues as hit-and-run victim buried
By: Cindy Scharr, email@example.com 08/08/2008
As the family and friends of 16-year-old hit-and-run victim Faith Margaret Sinclair said their final goodbyes Friday, investigators waited to hear from the owner of the damaged Mercedes-Benz found inside an Upper Darby garage. What they heard was silence. “We’ve not heard a thing today,” said Sharon Hill Police Chief Robert Tinsley. “I’d love to have him come in with his attorney and talk.”
Read the full article here.
So Mr. Payne, a scumbag who has prior arrests for drunk driving and citations for reckless driving, What’s your excuse going to be? Did someone else drive your car? Or here’s one: “I thought it was a deer that I struck!!!” Your pathetic guilt only causes me and thousands of others who are following this story want to run you over. How would that feel Mr. Payne?
I cannot believe that you’re not in jail right now! I don’t need to post “Alleged driver” like the newspaper need to do. You can sue me you scumbag. You won’t get a dime. How can you sleep at night? Do the right thing. CONFESS! You know you did it! Suck it up and turn yourself in!
P.s. I know where you live you bastard and so do a lot of others!
Last night someone had the nerve (to put it lightly) to come up on our patio and proceed to steal our cooler that was full of Bud Light Lime and Pepsi. I had just gone to bed a few minutes earlier and my wife and her girlfriend were in the house with the front door wide open. This “Scumbag” did realize that I installed infrared security cameras and tried to hide his face after he spotted it. Our neighbor across the street on the Upper Darby side of Clifton had beer stolen out of his cooler the night before, as did we. To the crook, I have a good feeling of who you are. I want my cooler back plus a full case of Bud Light Lime, a 12 pack of Pepsi, and a Bottle of Tequila Rose. Just put it out on the patio, and I promise I will not do what I have planned for you. Cheers.
P.S. I have a much more detailed AVI file on my PC.