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Last month we blogged about this Yarmouth yogurt slinger who called up Fox 25 News, made up a lie about a dispatcher telling him to pick up dirty needles off the road, and they put it on TV because it fit their anti-police agenda.
Turns out he was a violent ex-con who once robbed a woman at gunpoint for OC’s, associated with known heroin dealers, and successfully got himself off on an assault and battery charge because the witness was too intimidated to appear in court.
But yet Fox 25 News didn’t bother to even ask the Yarmouth PD if any of part of his story about the discarded needles was true. They could’ve gotten this story from the point of view of a violent criminal who robs people for OC’s, or the police. Naturally they chose the former. Keep in mind, 911 tapes are available to the media. It would’ve taken them five seconds to get them. But then again that doesn’t fit their narrative and they have zero interest in the truth.
Unfortunately for him the Yarmouth Police don’t play, and they set the record straight:
And the publicly available 911 tapes revealed that he actually told the dispatcher that he’d pick the needles up himself, after he offered to do so:
- Caller: I was just curious. Did you ever get anybody out there to pick up those hypodermic needles?
- Dispatch: Not as of yet.
- Caller: Not yet?
- Dispatch: Nope.
- Caller: Oh, that’s great. We got kids walking down these roads. I’m going to go pick them up and throw them in my fireplace, and I’m going to burn them, is that cool?
- Dispatch: Yea, you could do that, uh. Either that, or you can put them in a tin can or something like that an dispose of it properly, like in a trash dumpster or something.
- Caller: In a tin can. What, like a soda can or something?
- Dispatch: Yea.
- Caller: Alright, perfect. I’m going to go do that.
In the end, police ended up calling the fire department and they disposed of the needles.
The cops even tried to be professional and smooth things over with him, but he wasn’t having none of that:
Well, in the least surprising news ever, the Yarmouth yogurt slinger was just arrested again the other day in Yarmouth for making threats while armed:
Yup, he’s got 49 priors!! The cops consider him “well known.” And yet Fox 25 News still tried to lionize this shitdick as some sort of pillar for cleanliness and police reform.
And of course even though the cops deescalated a drunken domestic situation and disarmed (even tough it turned out to be a pellet gun) a violent felon who had threatened the drunk with what he purported to be a real gun, you can’t please every beachcombing poontang in the Cape:
Oh yea, that’s it Kathryn. The Yarmouth PD are pro-abuse because they used the word “only” when referring to verbal abuse. It’s almost as if there are degrees of abuse, and physical abuse is a more serious crime than verbal abuse. But yea, the violent felon with 49 priors who once robbed a chick for OC’s at gunpoint is the real hero here. Not the cops. They don’t care about domestic abuse, which is why they took the guy who was verbally abusing the woman and threw him in the drunk tank.
Well played. With an attitude like that you should apply for a job at Fox 25 News. I heard they’re hiring.