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Local News / Re: Crocker resident upset at coaches and school.
« on: September 10, 2012, 10:41:48 PM »
Just went to find this on City of Crocker fb and it was gone, good thing we have Rick, your better than D T M. lol

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Local News / Re: County food safety law repealed
« on: September 01, 2012, 03:57:02 AM »
I am glad it was repealed, I agree with Jeff I would much rather eat at Railroad Days than any fast food restaurant. I have cooked at alot of benefits that we made soup and chili, and this would of stopped those events as well. I think the Health Dept. went alittle overboard on the ordinance

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Local News / Re: CROCKER POOL VANDALIZED
« on: August 08, 2012, 06:44:23 PM »
There is a difference of kids being kids, and vandalizing property, stealing and etc. I was a kid once to but never stole, or vandalized property that is just wrong, and they should be made to pay for their actions, or better yet, make the parents pay if it is repeat offenders!!!!! The kids nowdays is nothing like they use to be. Wake up and look around drugs are everywhere, just go into Crawfords Corner, or Delano's and stay 5-10 minutes you will see what I am talking about so many young kids and you can tell by looking at them they are messed up!!!!
 
the difference is , it is not your kids it is a town. also kids will be kids, why do people feel the need to hang everyone for evey little thing that is done?

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Local News / Re: CROCKER POOL VANDALIZED
« on: August 07, 2012, 03:50:14 AM »
I always spanked my kids in public, I guess I was lucky never to get turned in. Still would today if I had too!
 
 
 
:wee_fly: Yea, I am so happy to see Crickets post. I also have been in trouble in Pulaski County for displaying inappropriate disciple by DFS when I gave my 10 year old a spanking for a detention. He is now 30. I took 5 years probation from DFS, but was not on the system, always have worked, so it did not bother me. My children have only had speeding tickets. I did not do anything but spank and will now spank my grandchildren if necessary. I always said I could rehab my own children if they get into trouble better than anyone out there. I am not afraid to go camping for a while to give them the life lessons they need to know. Thanks Cricket for letting me know their are still some people who know right from wrong on the raising of our youth. Wish there were more like you.

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County Government Opinion / Re: Should Judge's Impose Stiffer Bond's?
« on: August 05, 2012, 05:19:52 PM »
The one that go up for murder I think we should put them on death row, and euthanize them within a year, why should we keep them in our prisons for 20-50 years feeding them, and paying for their medical needs.

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Local News / Re: CROCKER POOL VANDALIZED
« on: August 05, 2012, 04:07:06 AM »
I am so tired of the druggies taking over our town and no one not even the parents try to help their own kids I have never seen anything like it. I can tell you this though if my kid or grandkids were to ever get mixed up in drugs, I would get them off of the drugs if it required locking them in a room with 4 walls everyday, and when I was home I would let them out and they would be made to work! I think our laws suck and parents should be aloud to discipline the kids by means of spankings not beatings, my sons never ever tried me because I would take the nearest thing and smack them with it, it was not abuse it was discipline!!

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Local News / Re: CROCKER POOL VANDALIZED
« on: August 05, 2012, 03:13:08 AM »
 
 
Forget the fence charger, create and electrical shock, save us taxpayers money, and court cost! So tired of all the thieves and druggies in Crocker. I am tired of them getting smacked on the hand telling them they are bad just to have them out on the street again in a few days.
 
 
they could barrow my electric fence charger, would love to see the looks on whoevers faces when they touch the fence

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Good Job PCSD now lets hang all of there butts, and I think there are alot of people involved here, I hope you get every one all them and make an example out of them all!!! It is time to clean up our towns!!!! At least I know they will get charged for stealing because I know the F.D. will press charges!!!!

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I would say they are keeping Brandon in jail for a reason.  When he gets sentenced (which he should do time for this) It will count as time served.
 
 
 
 
True.. Brandon Smith did bind her up and force her into a room with a gun and stole from her then let her go... The other 2 people nailed the guys hands and feet to a wall, tazed his tounge, beat the living days out of him and cut off his toe (that is all hear say but I have heard it from alot of people and its all the same story)... I understand JB that you didnt have anything to do with it I was just questioning the amounts.... But I dont agree that Brandon is sitting in jail and the other 2 no good pieces of S*** and drug dealers/addicts are out being with their family and friends because they was able to make bail, to me they are WAY more dangerous!!

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Local News / Re: Miller County bank robber apprehended
« on: March 17, 2012, 02:38:53 AM »
Miller County     Law enforcement officials speculate a 48-year-old Waynesville man arrested in connection with the armed robbery of First State Bank in Iberia may have been planning to hit other banks in Pulaski and Miller County.
David B. Krzysik was arrested shortly after he allegedly made off with an undisclosed amount of cash from the bank in Iberia and tried to rob a second facility in Tuscumbia. He is being held in the Miller County Jail pending charges relating to multiple bank robbery attempts.
Krzysik was taken into custody by the Missouri Highway Patrol in a wooded area not far from Central Bank in Tuscumbia.
According to Miller County Sheriff Bill Abbott, Krzysik had allegedly fled from the bank in his vehicle after finding the doors to the facility locked. He apparently drove a short distance to a heavily wooded area where he was discovered by highway patrol officers.
The money from the Iberia bank and a gun believed to have been used in the heist were found in the suspect's vehicle. Krzysik was in custody within eight minutes of the attempted robbery at the Tuscumbia bank.
Krzysik was originally reported to be driving a gold Toyota with duct tape over the license plate. The car was later described as tan. No make or model was provided.
Krzysik is believed to be the same suspect that attempted to rob the same Iberia bank earlier in the week. That incident was reported on Monday when a white male wearing a disguise was seen attempting to enter the lobby of the bank after the facility had already closed for the day.
The timeline provided by the sheriff's department puts Krzysik at the bank in Iberia at 11:20 a.m. when bank employees reported a white male wearing a wig and beard and armed with a handgun had entered the bank and demanded money. After making his getaway with the cash, the suspect was last seen heading north on Highway 17 in the direction of Tuscumbia.
Law enforcement agencies converged in Tuscumbia where they were able to head Krzysik off within about 30 minutes of the Iberia robbery.  In the meantime, bank officials in Tuscumbia had shut the facility down, foiling the second robbery. Central Bank employees reported seeing "an obviously disguised" suspect approaching the building.
Abbott said employees at both banks did the right thing, followed procedures and kept their cool under pressure."This was a very serious incident and the gun was real, so we are extremely pleased that the suspect was apprehended so quickly that no one got hurt," he said.
In addition to the sheriff's department and highway patrol, the Iberia Police Department, Missouri Conservation Wildlife Protection Division, Eldon Police Department, Mid-Missouri Drug Task Force and FBI were involved in the apprehension and investigation.  Law enforcement officials speculate a 48-year-old Waynesville man arrested in connection with the armed robbery of First State Bank in Iberia may have been planning to hit other banks in Pulaski and Miller County.
David B. Krzysik was arrested shortly after he allegedly made off with an undisclosed amount of cash from the bank in Iberia and tried to rob a second facility in Tuscumbia. He is being held in the Miller County Jail pending charges relating to multiple bank robbery attempts.
Krzysik was taken into custody by the Missouri Highway Patrol in a wooded area not far from Central Bank in Tuscumbia.
According to Miller County Sheriff Bill Abbott, Krzysik had allegedly fled from the bank in his vehicle after finding the doors to the facility locked. He apparently drove a short distance to a heavily wooded area where he was discovered by highway patrol officers.
The money from the Iberia bank and a gun believed to have been used in the heist were found in the suspect's vehicle. Krzysik was in custody within eight minutes of the attempted robbery at the Tuscumbia bank.
Krzysik was originally reported to be driving a gold Toyota with duct tape over the license plate. The car was later described as tan. No make or model was provided.
Krzysik is believed to be the same suspect that attempted to rob the same Iberia bank earlier in the week. That incident was reported on Monday when a white male wearing a disguise was seen attempting to enter the lobby of the bank after the facility had already closed for the day.
The timeline provided by the sheriff's department puts Krzysik at the bank in Iberia at 11:20 a.m. when bank employees reported a white male wearing a wig and beard and armed with a handgun had entered the bank and demanded money. After making his getaway with the cash, the suspect was last seen heading north on Highway 17 in the direction of Tuscumbia.
Law enforcement agencies converged in Tuscumbia where they were able to head Krzysik off within about 30 minutes of the Iberia robbery.  In the meantime, bank officials in Tuscumbia had shut the facility down, foiling the second robbery. Central Bank employees reported seeing "an obviously disguised" suspect approaching the building.
Abbott said employees at both banks did the right thing, followed procedures and kept their cool under pressure."This was a very serious incident and the gun was real, so we are extremely pleased that the suspect was apprehended so quickly that no one got hurt," he said.
In addition to the sheriff's department and highway patrol, the Iberia Police Department, Missouri Conservation Wildlife Protection Division, Eldon Police Department, Mid-Missouri Drug Task Force and FBI were involved in the apprehension and investigation. 

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Local News / First State Bank in Iberia
« on: March 16, 2012, 02:26:05 AM »
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    About Author   More from KRMS News      Iberia Bank Rob Suspect Arrest Update Posted by KRMS News March 15, 2012 Printer-friendly  Bank robbery in Iberia ... and a suspect is in custody. The First State Bank on Highway 17 in Iberia was held up at about 11:40 this morning when a man put a gun to a teller's head and demanded money. The robber reportedly made a getaway in a gold Toyota, heading Northbound on Highway 17. A tense morning for law enforcement in Miller County ended on Highway 17 when a high-speed chase for a suspect believed to have been responsible for an armed bank robbery culminated in an arrest. Although details of the robbery and arrest haven't not been released, it's believed the suspect may have tried to rob a second bank in Tuscumbia. The case in the hands of the FBI.

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Local News / Re: Crocker police arrest suspect for invading woman's home
« on: February 21, 2012, 01:27:14 AM »
Like I said before he has gotten away with alot throughout his life, If he had to pay for his actions when he was 13 or 14, it might have never gotten this bad. My husbands parents were the same way with their kids always bailed them out instead of making them pay when they were younger, and they got 3 adult men with drug addictions now, and thieves!

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Local News / Re: Crocker police arrest suspect for invading woman's home
« on: February 21, 2012, 01:15:24 AM »
Wow it is who I thought it was, just saw it on the news, this kid has ruined his life, if only he was made to pay for his actions years ago he might not have been like this today. This is so sad!

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Local News / Re: Crocker police arrest suspect for invading woman's home
« on: February 21, 2012, 12:37:27 AM »
Drugs are such a problem in Crocker, I don't know why the parents don't wake up and realize their kids have a drug problem. I heard this on the scanner last night night and if it is who I think it is, he comes from a good home and the parents need a wake up call, not the first time he has been in trouble.

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Pulaski County Sheriff Press Releases / Re: PCSD- Warrant Arrest
« on: February 08, 2012, 09:39:19 PM »
There is only one more person I hate as bad as him, and I am so glad he finally has to pay for something. After buying a place where he lived, that he did not own, He got exparte on us to keep us off our own place, I hope he rots in prison. We could not get on our land for 3 months!  I have no sympathy for stupid meth heads that cannot hold a job and have to steal for a living!

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Pulaski County Sheriff Press Releases / Re: PCSD- Warrant Arrest
« on: February 07, 2012, 05:21:54 AM »
I hope he goes to prison for the rest of my lifetime, one less piece of scum we have to deal with!!! One down one to go. lol

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Pulaski Enquirer / Re: HAPPY BIRTHDAY CRICKET
« on: January 22, 2012, 07:02:17 AM »
Thank you everyone, had a good Birthday, hubby took me to casino with friends and I won 400.00 on the first 4 dollars I put in dollar slot machine. It was the first time I left that place with winnings I did not put back into the machines!! lol
 

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City Government Opinion / Re: Crocker City Park
« on: January 20, 2012, 11:29:31 PM »
I know Barry said he would help once before, get together on a Sat. morning would be the best for him. I have know clue who has the hardware but some of the city workers might know.

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City Government Opinion / Re: Crocker City Park
« on: January 20, 2012, 09:34:14 PM »
I heard all the people on the park board quit, so if Crocker wants a park, the citizens need to form and work day and get everything put together. The City says it does not have enough manpower to fix up the park, for they do not get paid overtime. The City of Crocker is going to screw around, until our park is totally destroyed. I do not understand how they can get all of the playground equipment donanted and then they don't want to pay their employees to install it!!! It is just going to sit down there until the kids destroy it, if the town does not do something about it.

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Dixonbob, you are such a low life scum bag, why don't you try and get a life of your own and stay out of everyone else's. I hardly ever come to this board anymore because it has just gotten so stupid, and I cannot stand to read your post!!!! Grow up will you!!!!!!!
 
 
Thats funny. I ran into her at WalMart and she specifically said to ME(not hearsay) She cant stand him and moved out to Bo`s house.

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Pulaski Enquirer / Re: Happy Birthday Probie
« on: December 09, 2011, 02:12:29 PM »
Happy 24th Birthday bub, enjoy your day!!!
 
 

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Local News / Re: 3 die in Dixon crash..
« on: November 30, 2011, 04:04:01 AM »
Coyote for once I totally agree with you. I do not think people should be allowed to put up crosses, flowers and etc. My son died 8 years ago in a car crash and I remember his grandma was headed to the crash scene to put up a cross and flowers, till I threw a fit. I sure the hell did not need to be reminded where he died I drive by it 6 times a day, and will never forget, so why keep a constant reminder.

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Local News / Re: 3 die in Dixon crash..
« on: November 20, 2011, 04:33:40 AM »
My heart goes out to all of the families involved, such a terrible accident, and so close to the holiday's.
   

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Business Opinion / Re: BUYER BEWARE Crocker Conoco
« on: November 20, 2011, 04:25:55 AM »
I go to conoco daily, and have bought tires from them several times, I have always went in never over the phone, and what ever I was quoted that is what it cost. I hate to see them being slammed on here, I think it was an honest mistake, they are good people, and have never done us wrong.

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Yes we are rested up, just still cleaning up getting ready for next year, I have ordered so many pumpkin books hoping to grow several different kinds, and hundred plus pound pumpkins, I'm just not going to lift them. lol
Sandy is wore out, she is in bed now we keep her busy around here there is always something to do.
Hey Cricket are you guys rested up yet?
Wheres Sandy? did you wear her out?  LOL :)

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I do not think the sheriff dept. should have to check. If the woman, or man who ever is in that situation is stupid enough to let them back in, it's there problem. I have seen so many of my friends or acquaintances do this over and over, and I'm sorry I can't feel sorry for them if they do nothing to help theirselfs, I get so tired of poor me, get your head out of your butt and fix your life if its so bad!!

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Because she was the only one who could'nt make a strike out of 3 gourds. LOl

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I cannot believe he is out, what is it going to take to keep him locked up and throw away the key? Why would they make his bond low enough for someone to bail him out. And who would be stupid enough to bail him out that's just crazy!!!
 
 
 
 
Hes out now! A friend saw him at Wal-Mart last night. Someone bonded him out. That is just crazy. He needs to be put away for good. Make me sick thinking someone like that is just roaming the streets AGAIN! How many times is it going take??

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 seen him at the Crocker Railroad Days and just glared at that sorry no good piece of crap, I was wondering why he was allowed to even be in a public place with all the little children running around. I was with my grandchildren and nieces and nephew's and was going to come unglued if he even talked to them

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Local News / Re: Local man killed
« on: August 03, 2011, 10:23:14 PM »
Yes Kristi he was, he was the type of guy who would do anything for you, know matter who you were. He will be missed!!!
 

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