It’s not officially summer in Worcester until a bunch of people starting getting shot and killed, and some junkie abandons her baby by the railroad tracks. Let the summer begin:
Not just one baby, but two. Don’t worry though, it’s not Mom’s fault because she probably has that “disease” that’s been going around which prevented her from bringing her 9 month old babies to a firehouse or a dropoff center. Anywhere but underneath the bridge on Cambridge Street.
Then you’ve got two stabbings tonight by O’Connor’s, which is as close as you can possibly get to being West Boylston’s problem. I know the potato pizza there is good, but it’s not worth stabbing someone over.
The last night an up and coming “rapper” gets shot on Gage Street, right behind where the fireworks are going off at East Park. We just got a pretty big tip on that, and there’s more coming out. The shooter hasn’t been arrested, but a source has sent us their identity, and it’s a pretty wild story so stay tuned.
Anyway, tell me more about that renaissance Worcester is going through. Looks like a lot of interesting culture for sure. It’s too bad Milky Mike Gaffney had to go off the deep end because bitching about shit like this while he was on the City Council was one of the only things he was good for. Don’t worry though, once the Paw Sox move here all of these problems will disappear. It’s not like they’re building the stadium in the middle of a third world shithole or anything like that.
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