EVANSVILLE POLICE CHIEF BILLY BOLIN GIVES WORDS OF ENCOURAGEMENT

first_imgMy heart goes out to the Ard family as they’re endearing a situation none of us would want to be in. He was obviously fighting his own demons and it’s an extremely sad situation. Before you start running down and demonizing Mr. Ard, think about his family members who are struggling with this. How many of us have had friends or family members do something we’re not proud of? Think about this before you have keyboard overload.My heart also goes out to Officer Dutschke. I’ve talked with him several times over the past two days and I’ve seen the toll this is taking on him. I’ve seen what he is going through and I know him to be one of the nicest people you’ll ever meet. I would ask all of you to think before you start letting your keyboard bravado get the best of you. It makes my blood boil to see these agenda driven, arm chair quarterbacks criticize and put down someone who was forced to act in a highly stressful situation. There doesn’t always have to be someone to blame. Those of you who think wearing a police uniform makes you an evil being, are obviously not paying attention to the reality happening around you. As we speak, officers are volunteering at the FOP Club as they prepare to go to Texas and assist with the flooding. Other officers and deputies are busy preparing for a large fundraiser next weekend which will help take forty eight deserving kids to WDW. Pre-planning has started for a toy drive that will deliver toys to all of our local hospitals. These are not trigger happy thugs looking to put notches in their belts. They’re dads, moms, sons and daughters who care deeply about their community.Officer Dutschke, don’t let the keyboard warriors get to you. You’re a fine human being and I would be honored to have you back me up any day.FacebookTwitterCopy LinkEmailSharelast_img read more

Wife paramour set husband on fire

first_imgKolkata: A woman allegedly killed her husband with her paramour’s help at Arambag in Hooghly on Sunday.According to sources, on Monday morning, local residents found a foul smell was emitting from the house of Lakshmi Pramanik (36) at Daharkunda in Arambag. When checked the house they saw his wife Moyna was sleeping in the other room of the house with her two children. When her neighbours woke her up and inquired about the foul smell, she said some rat might have died in the house. Also Read – Rs 13,000 crore investment to provide 2 lakh jobs: MamataBut some of her neighbours had doubts on her and they inquired where was Lakshmi. Due to pressure created by the neighbours, Moyna opened the door of the room where Lakshmi slept on Sunday night. As soon as the door opened the smell became stronger. When some neighbours went inside and they saw Lakshmi’s burnt body. When they asked Moyna if she knew anything about the the incident, she denied. Smelling a rat neighbouirs informed the police. After the police recovered the body and sent it for autopsy, they started questioning Moyna. Also Read – Lightning kills 8, injures 16 in stateDuring the investigation cops found some ambiguity in her statement. Also, from local residents police came to know that approximately a week ago Moyna suddenly disappeared and returned after a few days. Suspecting something fishy, sleuths grilled Moyna and she broke down and admitted that she murdered Lakshmi to continue with her extramarital affair with a person identified as Jhantu Dolui of the same area. She called Dolui on Sunday night after Lakshmi slept. Later, they tied him to the bed and stuffed a piece of cloth in his mouth and set him on fire. After knowing the details, police detained Dolui as well. He also confessed to the crime both of them were arrested on Monday afternoon. They will be produced before the Arambag Court on Tuesday with an appeal for police custody.last_img read more