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Saturday, July 18, 2020

PSP Coudersport Investigating A Retail Theft In Eulalia TWP.


18 comments :

Anonymous said...

Seriously, taking up valuable PSP time and resources to investigate the theft of 2 granola bars and a glass of orange juice with a purported value of $4.00.

Anonymous said...

seriously?!?!

Anonymous said...

Stealing is stealing. Apparently not an upstanding citizen.

Anonymous said...

4:36 Either will work. Seriously? Seriously! Astonishment got in the way of punctuation.

Anonymous said...

Obviously some Bernie sanders/ biden type person thinking that they can just take what they want and deserve whatever they want. They aren't going to work for it or pay for it... they DESERVE IT! (on the working persons dime).
low life

Anonymous said...

maybe the individual had no food or money for food lighten up

Anonymous said...

this is typical for welfare. they are entitled to it

Anonymous said...

It was a hanus act but not worthy of calling the cops. Things usually even up. For instance if one of your paid guests decided not to take advantage of the breakfast you offer then you broke even right there from a business standpoint. I hope the cops are not so overstaffed that they decide to actually investigate this.

Anonymous said...

wow how judgmental we have all become for questioning either side. you dont know his story... wish he would have just said, hey i really need a bite. and maybe the other side had concerns we dont know about and this is the route they ended up with - check your own closet... get right with God now. --

Anonymous said...

I agree. What a waist of police time. Tomorrow we should all go to sheets and get our $4. Stop at the $ stores and get $4 from both of them to. While we are in town we might as well stop at the 3 banks and collect our $12 there to. These businesses are rich and we deserve to steal their money. They owe it to us.

Anonymous said...

6:50, nice work trying to make a completely benign story about a guy drinking a glass of OJ, somehow a political event. I mean, you’re comment is stupid and worthless, but kudos for trying.👍

Anonymous said...

Billionaire corporations are stealing your’s and your children’s futures, everyday...but you’re more interested in passing judgement on a guy who took two shitty granola bars and a cup of OJ! That’s awesome! hahaha

Anonymous said...

Granola Bars Matter..

Anonymous said...

650's observation seems to have worked just fine. I agree

Anonymous said...

6:47, that’s cool, then you’re just as stupid and lame as 6:50. You two should hang out. 👍

Anonymous said...

can the people who think it was ok to take from this establishment please post your address, i would like to stop by and pick up a few things of yours

Anonymous said...

Hanus? Isn't it spelled, heinous? Why does that bug me so much.

Anonymous said...

I don’t think anybody thinks it’s ok to take something that doesn’t belong to you. The issue is the degree; this was not shoplifting from a store, this was someone who took a granola bar and a cup of juice from a ‘complimentary’(for guests) breakfast bar. The number of guests who never take anything from the breakfast bar, would conceivably offset the amount taken in this case, so the “loss” is not as much financial as it is institutional. If you rent a room for a certain price, the costs of the “complimentary” food and drink is factored in. The room is a fixed cost, but the number of people is dynamic; one adult, or two adults, or two adults and children...they’re all in the same single room, and they are all going to have the opportunity to take the “complimentary” items...if they don’t take advantage of it, they’re not refunded...so that’s the dynamic cost(some you win, some you lose). So the one time a guest didn’t take their delicious granola bar and cup(not a bottle) of OJ is covered. So it’s not a true financial loss...it’s an institutional loss, because this person “broke the rules”, they did not directly impact the revenue of establishment.
Also, it’s a granola bar and a cup of OJ...and that’s a really stupid thing to call the police about!!