Monday, August 05, 2013

Come Add To Our Dysfunction!


Tuesday "Night Out Against Crime"
On
Dewey Avenue
 
 
 
SCATS ~~ Join Chief Todd & the gang in pretending the Dewey corridor is safe enough for your family to walk around  ;)
 

28 comments:

Anonymous said...

no serve no protect 21st century political punks

Anonymous said...

LOL, unbelievable, such a joke. We should of just let the FBI taken over our town. Auberger would of loved that. But I do think Todd Baxter is a thorn on his side especially when he made Auberger come out with his relationship with the arrived women. Auberger lived with it for one year before any one knew. Baxter had to really piss him off having him come forward about his affair. This whole town is a joke. It's only about them and not the people of Greece. They just take our tax money and use it for what they decide. The school board use to go on retreats with our tax money. Buy some nice lunches and dinners out if the towns tax money. Not sure if they still do? But this happens all over our country. Everyone steels money from something. So sad people are like this. I can take a lot of pictures of the Greece police cars just sitting in the back of parking lots. Maybe a couple at a time.

Anonymous said...

It is a sharp looking car.....

SCATS said...

To 10:07AM ~~ Glad you like it since YOU helped pay for them! I wonder how many of them they've wrecked so far this year ...? For awhile there, it was like 1 per week.

Anonymous said...

One nice thing about the cars is they are harder to see in the evening. The gray color is better for the GPD to be watching without being seen. Should make it easier to get closer to crime scenes and watch traffic.

SCATS said...

To 11:07AM ~~ I have no idea what you mean about easier to get closer to crime scenes, since police are usually permitted to be close already.

On the flip side of the coin, it's easier to have 2-3 cars "hiding" out behind Timmy Ho's, Mel's Diner, etc. too ;)

Anonymous said...

I think what 11:07 meant to say was closer to crime scenes in progress with less possibility to be seen by the bad guys because of the color of the new cars as appossed to white.Thats the rationale behind the new color scheme. And yes, if you are one the cop haters on this site, harder to see behind Mel's dinner by the cop watchers,
You know what amazes me as how you tax payers have missed the the number of guys running around in town highway department pickup trucks Hidding out in the parks. That department represents the second most expensive part of your tax bill and their screwing off goes unnoticed. Get off the cops sometime and follow them around . If you do, you will observe the biggest rip off of your tax dollars in this town.

SCATS said...

To 2:33PM ~~ The DPW guys have free reign as long as Auggie is boss. I've seen them in the parks, parked on the roadside, hanging out at schools and other places. Even when they are "working" there's at least 3 trucks with 3-5 men "supervising" the one guy holding a tool.

Anonymous said...

11:07 Harder to see at night! Really aren't those letters reflective on the sides! I thought having a police presence is a deterrent. Yea harder to see when they want to sneak away and park.

Anonymous said...

2:33 That is why 98% of the police cars are white and another color. The GPD must know something not one other department knows! DPW is second but GPD is the most expensive department. Half make over 100K. Go to the sunshine sight and see for your self.

Anonymous said...

3:34 So what's wrong with being a trend setter and be smarter than most departments . By the way, I know what they make and have no problem with this. A fact you obviously have a problem with.
I don't know what kind of work you do or did, but I will bet the farm that the most dangerous act you performed was shaving and driving to work.
Everytime these men and woman put on their uniform, they put their lives on the line to protect you and others in this town. I know that probably doesn't mean much to you but if one of them took a bullit for you, you'd say that's what we pay them for, isn't it.?
Until you have walked in their shoes, you have no right to talk the talk.i

SCATS said...

To 6:36PM ~~ No, they do NOT put their life on the line every time they don their uniform for work. Not every call is that dramatic. And you are correct. We pay them to do the work they CHOOSE to make their career, just as others do. Your point?

Anonymous said...

Yes they DO put their life on the line every time they don the uniform. Unless, of course, they are omniscient like you and can predict that it's going to be a ho-hum day, they never know what they will encounter.

Scats - you really have GOT to be the most negative example of humanity ever. Of course, in your defense, I will say that we only see the negative side of you. Maybe the other 99% of the time you're an absolute ray of sunshine. I sure hope so for the sake of people who occupy air space with you.

SCATS said...

To 10:28AM ~~ There's nothing magical or threatening about wearing a cop's uniform in the Town of Greece. When was the last time a Greece cop was fired at? Threatened with a knife? The only injuries we hear about are the ones from the cars they crash. If Greece cops are getting hurt by citizens wielding weapons or fists, then it's time to DEMAND better from GPD's PR dept. and local media.

SCATS said...

By the way, people who know me do call me a RAY OF SUNSHINE!! How did you know?? lol

SCATS said...

To ~~ the person who tried to post after professing "to never post to SCATS again" ... and who also threatened me should I ever post your name again: Lotsa luck with using this BLOG as your personal soapbox now! You know what they say about karma, right? GOTCHA!

Anonymous said...

Bet all the politicians were out last night. Lol

Anonymous said...

to 6:36 If you say they are risking their lives every time they put on the uniform, I'll give you that. One question; why is it every other policeman in the county who puts on a uniform and faces the same risks or more are willing to do it for less pay. GPD is the highest paid in the county. WHY?

SCATS said...

To 6:42PM ~~ Please tell us, when was the last time our chief risked his life after putting his uniform on? If he has, I would think everyone should hear about it.

PS ~~ Your point about the pay discrepancy is on target.

SCATS said...

To ~~ the person who tried to post after professing "to never post to SCATS again" ...

I'm collecting your profanity-filled, THREATENING rants to turn over to my lawyer and to Blogspot/Google for action. Thank you for signing one. It will make things that much easier to get you banned, among other actions.

Anonymous said...

Puppets don't risk their life. Watch for some strategic Auberger moves before he leaves office and is taken away in handcuffs.

SCATS said...

To 9:49PM ~~ Does he even bother going to work these days? I haven't seen his car in the lot in weeks!

Anonymous said...

9:49 - from your lips to God's ears, but I'm not holding my breath.

Anonymous said...

I didn't know whether you had seen this. Very alarming.From the morning paper page 2B:
Three men accused of robbing a Greece woman and beating her with a mallet Thursday night are all facing felony charges.

Mark Gaskill, 20, and Marcus A. Jordan, 26, both of Rochester, and Andrew J. Nelson, 21, of Cherry Point, N.C., were all charged with first-de­gree robbery, second-degree assault and fourth-degree grand larceny, all felonies, according to City Court rec­ords.

The three men are accused of rob­bing a 20-year-old woman as she was walking on Elwood Drive in Rochester about 9 p.m. They allegedly grabbed, punched, kicked and repeatedly hit the woman on the head with a rubber mallet, according to City Court docu­ments.

The men allegedly stole cigarettes and cash from the woman before they drove away, according to court rec­ords. The woman, whose name was not released, was treated at Strong Memorial Hospital.

Gaskill also was charged with sec­ond- degree aggravated unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle, a misde­meanor, and several traffic infrac­tions, after Rochester police spotted the car on West Broad Street, near Jay Street, an hour after the robbery.

The men all pleaded not guilty in City Court on Friday and were each remanded to Monroe County Jail in lieu of $20,000 cash bail. They are all expected to return to court next week.

SCATS said...

To 6:39AM ~~ How horrible! Sadly, lots of Greece residents are attacked in the city. We often don't hear where the victims reside though.

SCATS said...

Here's another disturbing story about someone from Greece - a heroin user/abuser & her victim:

http://www.democratandchronicle.com/article/20130809/NEWS01/308090046/greece-manslaughter-drug-overdose-catherine-yaeger

Anonymous said...

How can you call another drug user a victim? This was not her first time. Catherine Yaeger didn't hold a gun to her head. She was a willing participant. A well known junkie.

SCATS said...

To 7:29PM ~~ No gun, just a needle.

Regarding the story about the woman beaten on Elwood, Drive, it appears to be in Greece, not the city. Is the city line right there??