Thursday, August 08, 2013

Following In Webby's Footsteps ...

  
From the Greece Post, pg. A7 (8/8/13) ~ Jared A Tam (Grimshaw*), 17, of Wood Run was charged with aggravated DWI-Leandra's Law, 5th degree criminal possession of marijuana, 2nd degree criminal possession of a forged instrument on Flynnwood Drive.

 GO THUNDER!!!

SCATS ~~ If he doesn't want to become a hockey coach when he grows up, he could always become a superintendent ;)
  

*Grimshaw ~ name added by SCATS
 

6 comments:

Anonymous said...

Given the taxpayer costs associated with having a school hockey team, plus the endless embarrassment the team routinely places on the district, perhaps it's time to look at 86ing the program.

Anonymous said...

Give the program time to heal. New coach, perhaps a new attitude as well.

The problems that remain so far seem to be legacy issues...

SCATS said...

To 7:53PM ~~ I'd laugh ... but you're serious! In these tough economic times, you are either a hindrance or a help. No time or $$ for anything that doesn't contribute to the greater good ... Babs had promised sports programs reductions ... but I guess she forgot while dealing with her own issues.

Anonymous said...

It is surprising that he was even charged, considering the corrupt connections between some of the hockey parents, Greece influencers, and the GPD. Its good to know that there are Greece Police Officers who will do their job. Can any of the former Hockey Booster Club Parents make this go away?

Anonymous said...

Forged instrument must have been a fake ID?

SCATS said...

To 11:06PM ~~ According to NY law: "S 170.25 Criminal possession of a forged instrument in the second degree.
A person is guilty of criminal possession of a forged instrument in the second degree when, with knowledge that it is forged and with intent to defraud, deceive or injure another, he utters or possesses any forged instrument of a kind specified in section 170.10."

Section 170.10 covers a wide variety of things including credit cards & prescriptions. Here's the link:

http://ypdcrime.com/penal.law/article170.htm#p170.10