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Well here’s something you don’t see everyday…..
Why is this abled bodied 28 year old man eligible for food stamps?
Turns out he’s really sick. And by “sick” I means he has the disease that forces you to inject heroin into your body in public bathrooms and then threaten to stab cops with syringes filled with AIDS:
A Groton man is being held on charges, including assault with intent to murder, because police say he claimed to have AIDS and charged at a police officer with a syringe full of blood after he was caught shooting up in a downtown building. Police were called to the fifth floor of 491 Dutton St. a little after 5 p.m. to investigate a report that a man was on the ground and bleeding. Officer Scott Merrill arrived and said he found Gregory Tammaro, 24, of 26 Valleria Drive, shooting up in a bathroom, according to police.
When Tammaro saw Merrill, he said Tammaro pull the blood-filled needle out of his arm, said he had AIDS, and then charged at Merrill while holding the syringe, according to police. Merrill called for backup from other officers, as he used pepper spray to bring the situation under control, according to police radio broadcasts. Merrill told officers the situation was under control as they sped toward Dutton Street. Tammaro was initially taken to a city hospital for evaluation and taken into police custody once he was released. Merrill declined treatment at the scene. Tammaro is charged with assault with intent to murder, assault with a dangerous weapon (syringe), assault and battery with a dangerous weapon (door), and possession of heroin.
Not the last time this Groton Grundlejuicer attacked a police officer. This happened in April:
Four shoplifting suspects were taken into custody by police following a multi-town vehicle pursuit ended in a crash Tuesday. No injuries were reported, according to Littleton police. Police charged Dylan Brunetto, 27, of Billerica, with conspiracy, police stated. Felicia Drew, 31, of Pepperell, and Gregory Tammaro, 28, of Groton, were both charged with conspiracy and shoplifting over $100 by concealing merchandise. John Hickey, 31, of Everett, the alleged driver during the pursuit, was charged with conspiracy, failing to stop for police, negligent operation of a motor vehicle, operating a motor vehicle with a revoked license, speeding, marked lanes violation and failing to stop/yield at a red light.
All suspects are well known to police, Tuesday’s release states.
About 11:30 a.m. police received report of an erratic vehicle on Route 119 in Littleton. An officer spotted the offending vehicle, a 2017 Subaru Crosstrek with Connecticut plates, on Great Road and attempted to pull it over. According to police, the occupants began throwing beer bottles and other items out the window at the police cruiser. The pursuit followed, with the suspect entering Interstate 495 at speeds of 75 to 80 mph, according to police. The vehicle then traveled onto Route 2 westbound and exited at Route 111 in Harvard. The operator headed into Boxboro and then into Acton, where the vehicle crashed into another car. The four suspects were apprehended without further incident. During the course of the pursuit, police learned that the suspects were involved in a shoplifting incident at Shaw’s supermarket in Groton.
As you can see from his mugshot, clearly he has gotten himself clean….
And this is what our tax dollars pay for. So maggots like this don’t have to pay for their food. The worst part is that these people are drug addicts. Ya know why they’re drug addicts? Because they’re not good with responsibility. Yet we give them cards that are intended to purchase food that WE pay for, and these cards have trade-in value on the street that allows them to attain cash to buy more drugs. We are the ones supplementing and financing their habits. Well, not us. The gutless, feel good politicians who refuse to admit that there is any sort of food stamp abuse going on.
Only a matter of time until he’s back on the streets and collecting again. After all, he literally was charged with attempted murder and seems to not be in jail for it. Same time next week.
P.S. Comment of the day:
No Wendy. Food stamps aren’t available for purchase on social media.