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Two months ago we published this blog about the Dorchester Narcan Fairy, who had gone viral last summer when she was found passed out in her car, and who was later revealed to be a backpage hooker.
In the months thereafter she was arrested multiple times, often with her boy toy Paul Durgin:
On December 6 he still had a month left in jail:
But since this is Massachusetts our court system decided to release him back into the general population. Because……fuck you. That’s why. Now he’s back in the news and back on Turtleboy because he ran over a fire fighter and left him there to die:
A man was arrested Monday for allegedly crashing his car into an on-duty Onset firefighter Friday night and fleeing the scene. The crash happened around 7 p.m., during the height of the nor’easter, on Cranberry Highway near Onset Avenue.
“At the time, we were worried he was not going to survive,” Onset Fire Chief Raymond Goodwin said.
Picture of Firefighter Marc Granato. The 25y/o Onset firefighter was hit on Route 28 during Friday’s storm. Police say, Paul Durgin fled the scene. pic.twitter.com/7icjVmEThr
— Malini Basu (@WFXTMalini) March 5, 2018
Firefighter Marc Granato was wearing his reflective gear and helmet at a traffic incident when he was hit.
“All of a sudden a car comes flying down the left lane and just went through the tape and cones. Next thing i know, i seen the firefighter get hit and tossed into the air,”a witness said.
The driver fled the scene in a gray Subaru Forester, but investigators say they were able to track him down later thanks to the Text-a-Tip program.
“Wareham Police Department does have a Text-a-Tip line, they received a Text-a-Tip saying that a person who struck the firefighter, is staying at a motel in Centerville,” the prosecutor said.
When police responded to the Knights Inn, they found a vehicle with damage matching the description of the car that hit Granato and arrested 28-year-old Paul J. Durgin of Sandwich. Durgin has been charged with leaving the scene of an accident and assault & battery. The judge set his bail at $125,000.
It’s not his fault he ran over a contributing member of society. He’s got that “disease.” The one that makes you buy designer outfits at Walmart that blend in with the floor.
Purchase a pit bull.
And generally pose for every picture you’ve ever taken like a complete asshole.
But please, tell me more about how we shouldn’t lock these people up because junkboxes don’t belong in jail. They’re much better off in the streets where they can drive cars directly into first responders.