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  • Since when can an off-duty cop perform a traffic stop?  Doesn’t sounds like a very smart granny though.

    • A police officer is never off-duty.

      • Anonymous

         To protect and to serve.

      • Anonymous

        That’s right.  I used to see some at Dick Stacy’s who SHOULD have been off duty, but no, no matter what condition they are in, they still have the option to smack you down with a badge.

        Never the recipiant myself, but witnessed lots of police abuse of power.  Always left me with a bad taste for cops.

  • Anonymous

    Outstanding work,  Sgt. Bishop!

  • trick or treat .  now show me your hands and the candy!!!!

  • Anonymous

    automatic 5 years on the “FIREARMS” charge. Federal.. It is only a weapon when there is intent to use it against another human.

    • Anonymous

      in maine she will probably get 6 months if she’s lucky

  • Anonymous

    Why on earth would anyone allow this woman to take their child out in her Jeep when she clearly makes just one bad decision after another?

  • Anonymous

    M1 Carbine?  Kind of an odd gun to keep in the car these days.   If it’s a Rockola or a real WW2 folder type I’ll pay your bail for you though.   

    • Anonymous

      Dad brought one of those back from Normandy Beach.  He was supposed to turn it in BUT as he said they were just going to stuff the barrel and use it for practice. Dad kept the gun behind the seat of his pick-up for years, and never used it. 

      Nice gun, fired it onceway back,, then gave it to my cousin who lives in L.A. he needs it more than me.

  • Anonymous

    The Trifecta!

  • Bill Cat

    An M1 in the back seat under a blanket leaves a lot of ??? about her daily goings-on, hmm…

    • Anonymous

      Just defending herself,the kids and doggies from Road Rage from all the crazies out there.

      • Bill Cat

        Could be, in theory anyhow, but I don’t read about local road rage all that often. An M1 ain’t exactly a side-arm either. Given the gals sketchy past, there might be more than one reason to carry a .30 cal rifle in the back seat, under a blanket, within easy reach…

  • Anonymous

    Just when you think you have seen and heard it all…along comes granny

  • Anonymous

     she’ll be at working for Unicor for the next few years.

  • Anonymous

    I’m glad the kiddo and the dogs are alright. Way to keep it classy, Granny!

  • Anonymous

    So disgusting and so wrong!

  • Anonymous

    Ms Faulkner; WHAT THE HE!@ WERE YOU THINKING?

  • Anonymous

    “Unfortunately for her, she’s a felon.”  She just has bad luck, I guess…

  • Anonymous

    Why has BDN been removing comments the past two day for no reason. The comment I wrote last night is gone. Other comments from other stories are gone too. WTF?

    • Anonymous

      I noticed that my comment from this morning on this story was removed also. I didn’t have any foul language or reason for them to remove. What’s up BDN??

  • Anonymous

    Grandma, wise to heck up. You screwed your own life up- and now you want to screw up your innocent grandson?  You shouldn’t be allowed to be near him! Shameful!

  • Anonymous

    Nice people, doing nice things.

  • Anonymous

    So she dressed up as a gun toting drunken granny on Halloween.

  • Mindy Iwaniszek

    I feel that some things are better left out of the media. People do not understand that this doesnt just affect the person you are writing about but has an effect on the persons whole family including the little boy involved. Who some day will look at this and probably be quiet hurt by the media uprage. People dont think or take into effect these things. I know so becasue I am a person being effected. It is SO EASY to judge others when looking in from the outside, but who really likes to be judged? I can answer that… NO ONE!! I am a very non confrontational, unjudgemental person, but it has taken me until the age of 28 to get here. It hasnt been an easy road but I made all my descions in life n I have faced the consequences. I just dont think that its right that this is published n everyone has nothing but a bitter opinion. I mean do you know what she was going through in her life?? Granted it wasnt right and Im not saying I agree with it in anyway but everyone makes mistakes and nobodys perfect. If you think you are your crazy!! Everybody falls down at times and sometimes they have no one there to help them back up, believe me Ive been there and it really stinks!! Its the hardest most painful thing ever, but I have managed to get back up and so will she… She is strong and a beautiful person. I have full confidence in her making a full recovery and I know she can do so cause she is my Mother and I am proud to say so!! She has always been there for me no matter what, and I will support her even though she has faltered. I just hope this does not follow MY SON as he grows in age because I know my Mother would never do anything to harm my children. Its all in how things get taken out of context and blown out of proportion as usual. It is what it is and you cant change that, so I will continue to be me and support Cynthia Freeman “Faulkner” MY MOTHER because I know her and know that not everyones perfect and people do make mistakes and wish they could sometimes turn back time but thats not possible, and things happen for a reason and only God knows why. ~MindyLee~

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