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Wednesday, December 19, 2007

ELDERLY STIILL BEING VICTIMIZED AT EPISCOPAL HOMES ON FAIRVEIW AND UNIVERSITY

The THIEF is at it again. Please click onto the TITLE of this post for the story I printed on NOVEMBER 30th. Then click onto the COMMENTS for an update.

5 Comments:

Blogger Bob said...

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I am very angry. Two of the four elderly people who came to me from the Episcopal Homes concerning theft from their apartments reported to me the thief returned and stole ALL of their valuables worth anything.They were just sobbing over the latest theft from their unit.

Some tenants have gone to management and expressed their concerns it was employees of Episcopal Homes committing the thefts. I am told there has been reports to the police of these incidents.

The management there is a piece of work. The elderly tenants I spoke with fear reporting these incidents. The management of the housing complex has them in fear of losing their housing.

Numerous thefts are going unreported due to the managements attitude toward the elderly tenants who reside there.

Thieves are opportunistic. With the cooperation of the management the thieves could easily be caught.

Something has to be done. I am about ready to OLD SCHOOL this issue.I want blood!

8:07 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Kathy Lantry is concerned about everything she can get her nose into, why not contact her also Bob? Perhaps she can send some city departments over there to make these owners lives miserable.

8:12 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Bob, I prefer OLD SCHOOL. Go get em and when you catch the perp, kick em one for me!

8:34 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Maybe the management is involved in the thefts that would explain their attitude towards the elderly and the reporting of the thefts.

If I was you Bob I would put pressure on the city until something is done to catch these individuals and prevention from it happening again!

10:03 AM  
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