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Thread: Florida ~ Cop resigns after throwing Peanuts at Homeless Man

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    Quote Originally Posted by whatukno View Post
    Sarasota is notorious for being cruel to the homeless population.

    Link please

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    Quote Originally Posted by decedent View Post
    Exactly. The bum is a leech -- a drain on society. He's basically a non-human, so why is he worthy of respect?
    I would say something about karma, but I see that you are already into negative territory. How in the He11 does one get NEGATIVE karma on this forum? Sheesh!

    But hey, at least you've learned how to spell "leech," so that is a small improvement.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PolWatch View Post
    I don't think any city in Florida is kind to them....they don't like the homeless around tourists

    I lived in Sarasota and they have been very loving and helpful to the homeless. The police department runs a soup kitchen funded by the police union and worked by officers. They love the homeless.
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    Quote Originally Posted by texan View Post
    I lived in Sarasota and they have been very loving and helpful to the homeless. The police department runs a soup kitchen funded by the police union and worked by officers. They love the homeless.
    guess the Sarasota cops in the OP didn't get the memo....
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    Quote Originally Posted by Redrose View Post
    Link please
    Here you go:

    http://usatoday30.usatoday.com/news/...s-cities_x.htm
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    Dindu Nuffin owns up to killing homeless...
    Florida man admits to randomly killing homeless people, police say
    Nov. 13, 2017 -- A Florida man was arrested for killing three people, including two homeless men, for no other reason than they were "available at the time he was out," police said Wednesday.
    Nathaniel Maurice Petgrave, 22, told police in Fort Lauderdale, Fla. last week that he committed the murders and intended to kill five people, the Sun-Sentinel reported. "And this individual did kill three," interim Fort Lauderdale Police Chief Rick Maglione said. "So I guess by dictionary definition, he would qualify as a serial killer." The bloodshed began on Oct. 20, when Petgrave, who was homeless himself at the time of the murders, allegedly shot and killed 65-year-old Larry Scott and critically injured another at a gas station in Lauderhill, Fla., located just a few miles west of Fort Lauderdale.

    The next day, 50-year-old John Jackson was working on his car outside a grocery store when Petgrave allegedly came up to him and shot him in the back of the head. Jackson was taken to a hospital but died. Faith Patterson, Jackson's partner of 10 years, told NBC 6 that Jackson "never bothered anybody" and she's disturbed by their last interaction. "He came in the house and I told him: 'Stay in the house. Don't go back out.' But he insisted on going back out and I never did see him anymore until somebody came knocking on the door and told me to come to [the grocery store]. He had got shot," Patterson said.


    Nathaniel Maurice Petgrave, 22, is facing multiple murder charges after he admitted to killing three men in October.

    As police searched for the killer, Petgrave allegedly continued his killing spree when, on Oct. 27, he shot Derrick Tucker, 46, a man living in a storage unit in Fort Lauderdale. Next to Tucker's dead body, Petgrave allegedly left a note written in blood that said "4 STOP WAIT TIME." Police were able to identify Petgrave using footage recorded at the grocery store during when Jackson was killed. He confessed to the murders while in custody.

    Petgrave came to the attention of police in Sept. 20, when he was firing a 9mm pistol near a railroad access road for target practice, according to police reports. A police officer confiscated the gun to check if it was legal. The gun checked out and police returned it to Petgrave. Bullet casings matching the gun were found at two of the murder scenes.

    https://www.upi.com/Top_News/US/2017...p&utm_medium=1

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mac-7 View Post
    The cop did not deserve to lose his job over this.
    Sure he did. How to talk about respecting the police when this happens?

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