Springfield Powderpoon Junkbox Kills 13 Year Old Boy While Jammed Up, Drives Away, Friends Go Free My Boi On His Facebook Page
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Source: The driver charged with leaving the scene of a Sunday night crash that killed a 13-year-old pedestrian entered an innocent plea at his arraignment Monday in Springfield District Court. Joshua Cutler, 35, of Springfield, has been charged by Springfield police with leaving the scene of an accident. Judge Michael Mulcahey ordered Cutler to be held in lieu of $35,000 cash bail. He is currently being held for 90 days without bail, however, because his bail has been revoked in a previous case. Police charge Cutler was driving the car that struck two teens as they crossed Breckwood Boulevard at around 7:15 p.m.
One of the teens, a 13-year-old boy, was pronounced dead at Baystate Medical Center. His name has not yet been released to the media. The other teen suffered minor injuries, according to police. Assistant District Attorney Robert Schmidt told the court that when police searched Cutler’s car, they found three empty heroin packets. “The officers noticed that his eyes were bloodshot and he was sweating profusely,” Schmidt said.
No additional charges have been filed against Cutler beyond leaving the scene. “We are still investigating the OUI portion of the case, Schmidt said. Cutler has a significant criminal history, including charges of armed robbery and possession of heroin in 2008, Schmidt said.
Springfield Mayor Sarno faults courts for releasing driver prior to fatal pedestrian crashhttps://t.co/yB34mH7CUE
— masslivenews (@masslivenews) September 25, 2017
Oh look, another shitbag career felon junkbox given leniency by a Massachusetts judge so that he could kill an innocent person. Shocking.
The free my boi patrol is all over his Facebook page too:
Respect his privacy?
That’s not how Internet court works. Dude killed a 13 year old and drove away. If you hit a kid on accident, I understand you’d probably be shitting your pants. But driving away? Unforgivable. If there was a crowd assembling and you feared for your life then drive a couple blocks away and call the cops. Whatever you do, don’t make the cops come find you.
Oh yea, and he was high. Guess we should respect that too. Because he got the bug that’s been going around, so I guess it’s not his fault, right?
Then there was this:
Wait…..what?? Prayers for everyone involved in the accident? As in, the driver included?
I’ll pass on that prayer. The driver is not a victim. He willingly did heroin, drove his vehicle into two kids, and then ran away. In fairness we don’t know if he’s technically at fault. They’re 13 year old kids in Springfield. They wouldn’t be the first of their age to walk into the street when it’s not their turn to walk into the street. But the only things that matter are, 1) the driver was high, and 2) he ran. When you do that you don’t get my imaginary Facebook prayers.
Look, killing a person while I’m driving is one of my worst nightmares. It’s one of the only things a normally law abiding person could realistically end up going to jail for. But this wasn’t some tragic mistake that a normally respectable human being made. Ya know how I can tell? This:
And of course this
Phat Farm. If you have ever felt the urge to purchase anything that says Phat Farm on it, you’re probably gonna end up on Turtleboy someday. That’s just science.
All the telltale signs were there really. If you’ve done at least three of these things, chances are you subscribe to the ratchet belief that “only God can judge”:
- Posed for a Henny selfie
- Uttered the term, “Henny Got me like”
- Used the n word on social media
- Bragged about fishtailing your car, and then commented that it’s all good because you’re “good at getting head in the whip and not crashing it”
- Posted a picture with your tongue down a chick’s pole polisher on the Facebook page that your Mom who you live with can see
- Dated a girl who refers to you as “my mans”
- Bragged about driving 101 mph in second gear
- Posed for a picture of yourself driving a car with the seat leaned all the way back like you’re trying out for “White Boyz n The Hood”
- Posed for a picture while holding your flat brimmed hat so that we can all see you elected to keep the sticker on the brim
Josh Cutler did all of the above. This wasn’t a tragic mistake. It was a pattern. A pattern of a selfish individual enabled by a series of lenient judges who ultimately got a 13 year old killed.
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