So the other day in Middleboro the Police put out an urgent bulletin to be on the lookout for
Remember in September when they told us all we had to #Believewomen, simply because we’re women? Good times. God knows we never lie and don’t have any crazy bitches in our ranks.
As you can see from the comments when the post was first made, tons of people fell for it.
Can’t say I blame them I guess, since it came directly from the police. But none of it was true. Meanwhile any poor dude minding his own business in a red SUV was subject to being stopped and searched. And all because some attention starved hag wanted to be a victim.
Here’s my question – why aren’t the police arresting her? Why aren’t they making an example of her? She not only wasted their time and committed a crime by filing a false police report, she also caused damage to other innocent people and put the entire community on edge. If the MPD wants to make an example that this kind of bullshit will not be tolerated then they’ll arrest her, throw her mugshot up there, and give her the public shaming she so deserves.
I won’t be holding my breath.
However, if you know who this 27 year old woman is please feel free to reach out to us on Facebook at TBNews or email [email protected] Especially if you’re a Middleborough cop who wants to remain anonymous but still wants the truth to be told. This is what we do best, and this woman needs to be called out.
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