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MSP News: Early this morning the Massachusetts State Police Special Tactical Operations Team (MSP STOP) made entry into a residence at 253 South St. in Athol and served an arrest warrant on an adult male wanted for threatening a state judge. The entry and arrest were made at approximately 3 a.m. after a Troopers from Troop C and a State Police negotiator attempted for several hours to persuade the suspect, JEFFREY WHEELER, 56, to surrender. WHEELER, who lives at that address, refused to surrender peacefully.
Upon making entry into the residence, Troopers had to utilize a Taser electronic control weapon to subdue the hostile suspect in order to take him into custody without using lethal force and without significant injury to him or to them. Suspect WHEELER was transported to a hospital for examination and then brought to the State Police Barracks in Athol where he was booked.
MSP Troopers obtained the arrest warrant on Thursday after conducting an investigation into threats made against a state judge. Intelligence suggested that WHEELER, whose license to carry a firearm had previously been revoked, may still have access to a firearm. Late yesterday afternoon MSP Troop A issued a Be On the Lookout alert for the suspect.
At approximately 7 p.m. Troopers from the Athol Barracks located the suspect’s vehicle outside his residence at 253 South St. in Athol. Troopers established a perimeter around the suspect’s house, which appeared to have an outdoor camera surveillance system installed. Numerous attempts to make contact with WHEELER were unsuccessful, and when contact was made he indicated he would not comply with orders to surrender, leading to the eventual decision that MSP STOP Team had to make entry and effect the arrest to resolve the situation.
So let me get this straight. This Athol ath hat threatens a state judge, and in response the State Police tactical unit pulls out all the stops and raids his ratchet den at 3 AM like he’s Elian Gonzalez? It’s almost as if judges are a protected class of people in this state who get special treatment that no one else gets.
Do you realize how many times a day cops are threatened? When we say blue lives matter the counterargument from black lives matter is that cops get to take off their uniforms when they go home. Any cop who works in a high crime area laughs at this as the shitbags they arrest know their names, where they live, the names of their kids, where they go to school, and often let them know that when they are arrested or questioned.
So why is it a crime to threaten a judge but not a cop? Cops are out here getting killed because of the poor judgement of activist judges. It’s almost as if blue lives don’t matter, but judge’s lives do.
Hell, we get threatened all the time by people as bloggers. Do we get to have the MPS tactical unit go after every angry buttnut who comes after us? Fuck no. If you can’t deal with threats then don’t be a judge. You get paid $200,000 a year to work a couple hours a day and collect a fat pension. Every once in a while you’re gonna get threatened. It’s not the MSP’s job to go after every idiot with a big mouth in a trailer park in Athol.