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On October 15, 2015 at approximately 8:22 AM Worcester police were dispatched to Hobson Avenue for a report of two males breaking into motor vehicles. Upon arrival, a witness directed police to an area further on down the roadway where two males were yelling at female whose car they were caught rummaging through. Officers ordered the two males to stop.
The female informed police that she confronted the males after a neighbor told her the men broke into her car. She also reported that several items were stolen from her car. The males were found to be in possession of the stolen items from the vehicle along with additional items. Dobbie Wilson of Worcester was placed under arrest. As the officers were taking Mr. Wilson into custody, the second suspect fled from police. Officers searched the area for the suspect with negative results.
During the investigation, officers also found another female’s wallet on Mr. Wilson. Officers contacted the owner of the wallet and discovered that the wallet was stolen from a minivan earlier in the morning.
Dobbie Wilson, 21, of 273 Mower Street was charged with Breaking and Entering into a Motor Vehicle during the Daytime with Intent to Commit a Felony, Receiving Stolen Property over $250 and Disorderly Conduct.
Our streets are safe. As long as you’re not in a gang, you won’t be victimized by criminals. That’s what Joe Petty wants us to believe right? Well our boy Dobbie here was breaking into cars on Hobson Street, in the Columbus Park neighborhood. It’s not the greatest neighborhood in the Woo, but it’s not even in the same ballpark as the worst. It’s kind of a transition neighborhood from the West Side to Webster Square and Main South. Either way the kid lives on Mower Street, which is in West Tatnuck. So if you’re dumb enough to believe that you are safe anywhere in this city, then go ahead and vote for Joe Petty. I’ll be over here in the real world vigilantly protecting my car and home.
Well at least this happened at night, right? Oh wait, it happened at 8:22 AM. In broad daylight. A quarter mile from an elementary school. Yea, real safe city ya got there Jumpin’ Joe. Got any cool charts you can show me? Because all I have is stories like this to go on. Maybe you can show me a pie graph comparing crime in New Bedford and Worcester. That always makes me sleep better at night.
So what was the excuse this time around? Turning his life around? About to open a barber shop? Because nothing is ever anyone’s fault anymore. Let’s see what the excuse machine spit out this time:
Yea, when I get angry the first thing I do is break into stranger’s cars in broad daylight. Who doesn’t do that as a coping mechanism?
Oh good, so he’s just doing this for fun!! Joy!!
Says the guy who commented on the page.
Yea, we don’t have nearly enough programs in this country. I heard there’s a company called Mosaic that operates out of 41 Piedmont Street. Word is they run some good programs down there that really help troubled young men. Just don’t go there if you need your blood pressure tested, because literally no one has ever gotten their blood pressure tested by Mosaic.
The only excuse that was missing was the “Only God can judge” manifesto. I love that one. Covers all the bases. Kill someone? Fuck you for judging. Only God can judge. Saw it in a Tupac video one time.
My question is, why was Dobbie breaking into cars? He’s got more money than I’ve ever seen according to his Facebook profile picture:
(Baby picture covered in $100 bills taken down by management)
He must’ve cashed out his 401K early. I’m sure this was legally acquired capital and he’s paying taxes on it. But hey, there’s no need to reform the welfare system in our country. Everything is fine. Everything is great. The streets are safe. All you have to do is look the other way when you read stories like this happening down the street from you and focus on the fact that a Popeye’s opened up half a mile away!!!
Priorities people. Priorities.
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