Wednesday, December 21, 2011

Who stole the wreath?

Some things are just harder to understand than others.
For instance, I can understand a crackhead stealing his grandmother's microwave to sell for dope.  After all, he is a crackhead and has a serious addiction.
I can understand a deadbeat shoplifting a couple of cans of beer, after all, he is a deadbeat.
I can't understand someone stealing a memorial wreath left for a friend who died in a car accident just a few short months ago.  That is what happened to this memorial wreath left by a friend of Melissa Maggio's at the scene of the accident on Benton Road.
If you have any idea who stole this wreath, please ask them to return it.

9 comments:

  1. I think it was channel 3 who reported that an eye witness saw a woman wearing scrubs take the wreath. Now I know anybody can buy scrubs but if it was indeed someone in the medical field, I would think that they make enough money to afford their own wreath. I hope this thief is found.

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  2. This makes no sense. I'm imagining a special spot in hell where a person like this theif goes. He is suffering then is given something to ease his pain; then, suddenly its snatched away from him and the pain and suffering returns. This scenario is played over and over again for eternity.
    Ok, maybe a little harsh.
    But it still makes no sense.

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  3. I saw some guys putting up a new wreath this evening. RIP Melissa, you were a sweetie, and are missed by all who knew you.

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  4. perhaps it was torn down by a utility company

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  5. Ed, don't think so because it looks like the cross was left.

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  6. Someone saw a woman in scrubs driving a blue chevrolet taking it down.

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  7. Really? Who cares?

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  8. The people who care, I'm guessing, are the family and friends who lost a loved one. And I pray you never find yourself in the same situation. God Bless you, you heartless jerk!

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  9. We can all be disgusted about what happened, but the best response would be for us to send something meaningful whether it be a nice note or some flowers to the family. Merry Christmas friends

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