The Freetown Police were looking for a couple scallywags on Facebook for shoplifting from a Dunkin Donuts.
You know you’re living in a safe town when the police are able to prioritize two guttermuppets stealing shit from a Dunkins three weeks ago.
It’s amazing how bank robber pictures always look like scrambled porn, but Dunkin Donuts is like HD TV. And maybe I’m confused here, but if they had the license plate of the car three weeks ago, couldn’t they just figure it out on their own?
I guess not, because it took New Bedford Live sharing it for the perp’s name to come out.
This is the chick that Missy Fournier claims was the suspect.
I guess it looks like her. I dunno. I would never write a blog about someone shoplifting at a Dunkin Donuts though because it’s just so common, and really not that interesting.
But what I do find interesting is when ratchets start posting responses like this.
Newsflash – naming people on New Bedford Live doesn’t count as snitching. It’s mocking junkies doing stupid things. And no, you aren’t the only one flabbergasted at how fast she was named, but everyone else in your peer group has probably done the same thing every time Diego gets a new package. It’s why the only things that you and Kimmy Joseph have in common are Fall River and rehab.
Two things that go hand in hand.
It’s OK because she’s done it before too.
Except it was 4 AM, and as you can see in the images there was no food being served there at the time.
She just kept going too.
“A snitch’s opinion means zero to me.”
Ya know whose opinion means zero to me? Grown adults with tittoos who still subscribe to “stop snitching”
Awesome values you’re teaching the crotch fruit though. Don’t cooperate with the police, cover for junkies, and call people snitches when they don’t subscribe to your ratchet ideology.
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