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  • Anonymous

    That’s enough of these shenanigans! 

    • Anonymous

      hey farva, whats the name of that place you like with all the goofy **** on the walls?

      • Anonymous

        Not many quotes to put here that wouldn’t get pulled down quickly. LOL

        Was the first thing that came to mind when I read it. 

      • Anonymous

        You mean Shenanigans?

  • Anonymous

    If this is true, they should be fired and never be allowed to be officers again and this includes,crossing guards or dog catchers.

    • Anonymous

      They need to be prosecuted.
      Let see if the county District Attorney  does his job , or kisses their behind like a good backwater
      District Attorney

      • Anonymous

        i bet you’re a real treat for a neighbor–is there anything you don’t whine about? glad they didn’t have fireworks, right?

        • Anonymous

          Thats why my neighbors,some of them,the ones that are honest living ,including one in law enforcement.plus a bank executive for a certain Skowhegan bank that does not even live in my hood,wanted me to start a crime watch. Unfortunately i have to cancel this moniker, to be truthful if you get my drift

          • Anonymous

            probably they thought it would keep you occupied and since you were minding everyone elses business anyway.. the easiest way to get rid of an annoyance  is to find them some sort of task..

        • Anonymous
  • Randall Flagg

    so a “town employee wife” was seen dancing on the hood of a car? i understand that it WAS a police car but seriously…how is that any different than parking my car in Abbot Square and “squatting” and posing with a can of miller high life?

    • Miller? My first thought was Bud Light lol

      • Anonymous

        Could have been Pepsi!  lol

      • Anonymous

        My first thought was Allens Coffee Brandy

        • That comes in a blue can now? :) lol

  • Anonymous

    Weymouth should be immediately placed on leave. he is more concerned with who tipped off the newpaper than his officers actions. hopefully the town manager brings in the State Police to get to the bottom of this

    • RJ

      I disagree.  This was obviously a community policing strategy. The LEOs should be commended for the community outreach to the sometimes troubled & neglected segment of of our society.

  • Anonymous

    I would make them state police, then we’d have a real life super troopers!

  • Anonymous

    We are going to have to change the old saying “Its all fun and games until the cops show up” to “Its all fun and games until a Concerned Fryeburg Resident shows up”.

  • Anonymous

    “Don’t worry about that little guy”..

  • Anonymous

    Sh!tcan the entire police force, chief included and start fresh.
    Fryeburg cops, a cancer is amongst you.

  • Anonymous

    Puritanism: The haunting fear that someone, somewhere, may be happy. H. L. Mencken——–fits you perfectly —- god forbid if they were using fireworks—–just from your posts, one can tell you aren’t one to be calling anyone else names– im sure no one is sad to see you leave skowhegan

    • Anonymous

      People,’humans’ are naturally bad,contrasted to naturally good..  This doctrine at the nucleus,the heart of Western civilization thinking.  That means laws are necessary, it also means derogatory words like skank, wh9re are necessary with laws, to curb human behavior. 

      • Anonymous

        too bad we can’t curb yours- all you have made is sour comments everytime you post-pretty pathetic– the menken quote fits you

      • Anonymous

        My experience is that people are naturally good, and that they need to learn to be bad.

        The Bible is a flawed book, and children are not born into sin.  Spare the rod and spoil the child was a mis-quote from translators who did not care to correctly parse Hebrew, and your whole argument stinks to high heaven of judgement, the very judgement Jesus and Moses counciled against.

      • jerrymyx

         what is your excuse?

  • Anonymous

    WOW, they use to just use the stuff they took to party with each other, bad move on these guy’s part

  • Anonymous

    A party isn’t a good party until a woman is dancing on a vehicle or a table. ;)

  • Anonymous

    It has happen before in other New England  states, the Maine State police need to go in and temporarily take over all operations of  the Fryeburg police department 

    • Anonymous

      so much for home rule

  • Anonymous

    This is sad….and what makes me most angry is that it’s people like this that ruin the reputation for the whole bunch of GREAT law enforcement that is out there, my husband included. As for the woman dancing on the roof..whatever, but don’t do it on a police car (which shouldn’t have been at the party anyway) and the police officers can party on their off time if they want (they have lives too) but do it responsibly and don’t break the law by providing to minors when you are doing it! This is disgraceful to those who work hard at this career and uphold themselves to higher standards.

    • Anonymous

      Oh and we are not from anywhere near the Fryeburg area so I don’t know who these guys are but they should be seriously ashamed.

    • Anonymous

      Problem is, punks and criminals are always saying the cops took their booze, POT, or drugs then using it themselves.   It has always been taken as total nonsense  but now it appears that the Fryeburg PD  is for now on, giving those statements validity. 

      • Anonymous

        *sigh* Yes, it appears that these officers have done that….and that is too bad because it affects the good guys too :-/ People need to think about how their actions affect others that work hard to do well. 

  • Shannon

    Oh good old sexist Mainers.

  • Otis B. Driftwood

    The Fryeburg Police do confiscate lots of beer, especially that purchase in NH with out returnable markings.  Then they drink the beer themselves, it’s a perk of the job.

    • County Escapee

      Drinking the stuff is less of a crime than letting it get skunky!

  • Anonymous

    “Getting to know you
    getting to know all about you
    getting to like you,
    getting to hope you like me.”

     From Rodgers and Hammerstein musical The King and I.

  • Anonymous

    Did the officers watch the  juveniles  drive home drunk  from the beer  bash? 

  • jerrymyx

    question IS,   what are the ages of the so called “teenagers”? and remember, some police are kids too, young at heart!!!!!! and so what if they took the beer, less the kids get too drink!!! there wasn”t any Zumba”s there were there, were there?? no worries!! .  boys will be boys!!!  lol….. ya gotta love it!!! the cops partying with a chick on their hood!!!!

  • jerrymyx

     how OLD are you…..how old are you? sounds like song doesn”t it?

    • Anonymous

      No thats “how dry I am”   lol  just had to pick at this one sorry…

  • If it is true atleast the police officer that was driving that patrol car should be fired period.

  • Anonymous

    coudda been the whiskey, mighta been the gin, coudda been the 3 or 4 six pack I don’t know but look at the mess I’m in , my head is like a football, I think Im gonna die, tell me, me oh me oh my , wasn’t that a partyyyy…

  • Anonymous

    Party!

  • Anonymous

    There are many of us in law enforcement that do not find this funny at all.  Fryeburg PD has got to be one of the better departments in the state to work for as far as pay, retirement, benefits, beautiful scenery, etc, for these guys to potentially ruin their careers being stupid is well…stupid.  If the chief is not involved in any way I can understand his frustration but giving that there is already apparently some concern for his involvement or tolerance of this makes it clear that an outside agency, not the chief, needs to investigate this.  It is certainly not super uncommon to hear all the jokes about cops “drinking” all the evidence but this takes it to a whole new level.  The officers here, just like everyone, deserve due process and a fair investigation but if the allegations turn out to be true they need to be held accountable  and the “concerned citizen” needs to be commended not chastised.  

  • Anonymous

    Strange world we live in now, who do ya believe, who do ya want to believe, true, false, stool pigeon,
    spur of the moment harmless fun, our world and the work place is changing dramatically, drinking up a little confiscated beer, once long ago in Maine, might have been considered good clean fun, but, I got a feeling the can in the womans hand was a pepsi, and that there is very little more to this yarn, except a disappointed stool pigeon.

  • Anonymous

    could have been worse. recently  a nypd cop was charged with plotting to kidnap, cook and eat women. 

  • Anonymous

    Hmmmm… must be part of the curriculum at the Police Academy….

  • Anonymous

    MCLOVIN!!!

  • Anonymous

    I feel certain that Nestle will make any charges against Chief Weymouth go away. 

  • Anonymous

    The only difference between cops and crooks is the spiffy uniforms.

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