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Fox 25 News was up to their usual tricks last week pursuing their anti-police SJW agenda against the Yarmouth Police Department:
A Yarmouth man tells Boston 25 News police didn’t respond in a timely manner after he found used needles on Long Pond Road. Josh Joaquim said he found the needles Tuesday and immediately called police. He says they stated they would take care of the problem.
“Anything could have happened. A 9-year-old could have walked by and found them,” he said.
Joaquim says when police didn’t show up, he put in a second call. He claims at that point the dispatcher told him the officers were busy and the needles should be put in a tin can then thrown in a dumpster. Josh was reluctant to touch the needles.
“I don’t know what anybody has they could have AIDS, hepatitis. It’s kind of like playing Russian roulette,” he said.
Yarmouth Deputy Police Chief Steven Xiarhos said it’s an unfortunate fact that discarded needle calls are becoming more common in many communities. But, Xiarhos told Boston 25 News, “we, of course, handle any and all calls and when it comes to these dangerous needles we use options such as the fire department, our highway department and our police officers to properly pick them up.”
Eventually the needles were picked up, Joaquim said, but he was disappointed it took so long.
“Four hours to come pick up three needles, which is really only a ten-minute job. The fire department is five minutes up the road,” he said.
The deputy chief says it does seem somewhat strange and suspicious that this resident had to call police three times. He says they’ll have to review the dispatch recordings to get the actual facts. But he says police would never expect private citizens to pick up discarded needles.
Yes, that’s right – he wears jorts. So obviously he cannot be trusted. Combine that with the Newport 100s, the 90’s wallet chain, and the all white Air Force Ones, and you just know that this Cape Cod crapjacket has a slew of Google trophies at his disposal. Like that time he robbed a woman at gunpoint and punched her in the face because she couldn’t get him an OC’s:
At about 6:30 p.m., the woman said she got into a car with Cleary and two others: Josh Joaquim, 24, of Hyannis and Jessica Mosher, 21, of Dennis. Cleary, Joaquim and Mosher asked the alleged victim about “oxy 30s,” referring to 30 milligram oxycodone pills. The woman said she didn’t have any and didn’t know where to get any, at which point the trio turned on her, police said. Joaquim, the driver, pulled a handgun and demanded the woman’s purse. He also punched her in the face, police said. Mosher also allegedly hit and kicked her, according to police.
And that chick Jessica Mosher who helped him rob this chick? Yea, she’s a heroin dealer:
The Cape Cod Drug Task Force arrested a Kingston couple who police say have been dealing heroin on Cape Cod. Steven J. Coyne, 26, and Jessica M. Mosher, 25, both of Evergreen Street in Kingston are being charged with trafficking heroin 36-100 grams; conspiracy to violate the Controlled Substance Act, and possession of heroin.
Then there was that time he was charged with assault and battery, vandalizing property, and witness intimidation, and got away with it because the witness was too intimidated to appear in court:
JOAQUIM, JOSH A., 27, 402 North Dennis Road, Yarmouthport; assault and battery, vandalizing property, witness intimidation. Dismissed due to failure of witness to appear.
Ya know, because he beats women and carries guns.
Real pillars of the community. All of this was there for the taking on Google. Literally found this stuff in five seconds when a turtle rider emailed us the story. Yet Fox 25 News had no interest in hearing the cop’s version of the story. They just took a career criminal’s word for it that the cops refused to pick up discarded needles.
He first posted about the needles earlier in the week:
But wait – you’re a heroin dealer who beat the shit out of a woman because she couldn’t get you OC’s. But yea, you draw the line at littering. You’ve earned the right to call other people junkboxes. Definitely.
He then took to Facebook to brag about how Fox 25 News was driving all the way to Yarmouth for his big interview:
But yet they didn’t bother to even ask the Yarmouth PD if any of this was true. Think of how insane that is. The media has two people they can get their story from – the police or a career criminal causing a scene. One is a trusted pillar of the community, the other robs people for OC’s. Naturally Fox 25 News went with the latter.
Keep in mind, 911 tapes are available to the public. 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.
Or they could’ve just gone to his Facebook page and seen his general thoughts on the institution of the police:
Had they done so they’d find that this cop block reject likely has an ex-girlfriend who left him for a cop, and as a result he punches the clown to the Sears catalogue before crying himself to sleep at night.
So naturally the Yarmouth PD had to call THEM up, and let them know the REAL NEWS that actually happened:
And the 911 tape confirms that he was lying. Turns out he called them up and offered to pick up the needles himself:
- 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.
He literally said he’d pick them up himself. But because he called them and they didn’t drop everything they were doing to rush to his emergency phone call, he concocted this story and contacted the media. Because apparently the Yarmouth PD have nothing more important to do than drop everything they’re doing and pick up needles on the side of the road.
The Deputy Police Chief Steven Xiarhos actually reached out to him several times to try to be nice and let this career criminal know what they were doing to help. Naturally Junkbox Josh started posting the conversation on his Facebook page while calling them liars and continuing to disparage them:
Even when the tapes were released, proving that Junkbox Josh told the dispatcher he’d take care of the needles, he still insisted they were altered:
The fact that the Deputy Police Chief is using his free time to actually be nice to this rugrat is to be commended. He doesn’t have to do this, but he’s interested in community policing. However, the problem is that some people aren’t interested in getting along with the police. They want the police to be the bad guys so they can have something to complain about.
Not everyone fell for his bullshit like Fox 25 News did though:
Oh I see you. So you USED TO BE a junkbox who beat women and robbed people for OC’s at gunpoint. Now that you claim you’ve turned your life around we should all just kind of assume you’re telling the truth. Definitely.
And then he got called out by his landlord for not paying rent:
Most people would just walk away after something this though. No Junbox Josh though. He went full Waterwizzgate. Turns out he’s got an explanation as to why he told the dispatcher he’d pick up the needles:
Sarcasm!! You guys couldn’t read that in the police report, but he was totally being sarcastic when he called 911. Lots of normal people call an emergency number and bust out the sarcasm. What better time?
Oh, and he didn’t want to pick them up because then he could pick up a charge:
“If that be the case they would arrest me, not ask for my help and say I did the right thing.”
It’s like he’s begging to be arrested. Personally I think the Yarmouth PD should give him his wish, but they probably don’t wanna deal with him any longer than they absolutely have to either.