Tuesday, June 14, 2016

Person May Have Been Shot in Weekend Shooting Spree

      The shootings the past two weekends are being labled gang activity out of Syracuse. We learned a man may have been shot in the foot last weekend but was treated in Syracuse for the wound.
       No arrests have been made as no one is willing to finger each other, not a surprising turn of events.
       Since the addresses are known, how about identifying the building owners and leaning on them.
http://www.watertowndailytimes.com/news03/investigation-into-academy-street-shooting-stalled-d-20160614

5 comments:

Anonymous said...

You mean like "leaning" on them ?? How? Like when The Former Sheriff and his wife owned a property in the same area of Academy St. that was raided for a drug bust in the 90's and you denounced this as a "media witchhunt" ...

Anonymous said...

This Syracuse connection is impossible. It has to be a mistake. Syracuse has a much tougher policy when it comes to handguns. Their judge takes it upon himself to approve few permits, just like the judge in St Lawrence County. These thugs have to be from somewhere else. The dumbasses are right on this one. It can't be happening.

dajeep said...

There ya' go, always reassuring words, "They'll take care of it themselves". Now you will be just like the "big" cities. Hope your local hospital has a good lead poisoning unit. And just wait, It'll be getting warmer and that brings out the best in the miscreants.

Max Volume said...

It should be easy for the police to find the shooter(s) because all they would have to do is find the caliber of weapon from the shell-casings and cross-reference that info against the pistol permit database then interview the folks in Watertown and Syracuse who possess the same type of weapon. And don't tell me that the "bad guys" don't have pistol-permits because that would be against the law.

Man...I should be a Detective!

Anonymous said...

Perfect, Max. I'm sure Klitflop and his bros are completely on board with your analysis. I wonder why they don't follow your advice and solve all those Chicago shootings. You may not be a detective, per se, as it were, but you've obviously had advanced, taxpayer financed intelligence training. Great post.