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Police Wrap – 21 March

By johnboy - 21 March 2009 119

1. Yarralumla ram raid?

    ACT Policing is appealing for witnesses after a burglary at a business premises in Yarralumla on Wednesday evening (March 18). A sum of cash was taken from the Lady Denman Drive location.

    Police are asking members of the public to be on the lookout for a white van which may have sustained front end damage during the incident. The vehicle was seen acting suspiciously in the vicinity of the burglary about 6.30pm on Wednesday.

2. Death in Wanniassa:

    ACT Policing is investigating the suspicious death of a 26-year-old man at Wanniassa Friday March 20, 2009.

    Just before 7.20pm ACT Ambulance were called to an address in Carr Crescent following reports that a man had collapsed at a house and was unresponsive. ACT Policing attended the residence where paramedics were attempting to revive the man however he was declared deceased at the scene a short time later.

    A cordon has been established around the residence and AFP Forensics is on site. The circumstances surrounding the man’s death is not clear at this stage. The death is being treated as suspicious and officers from the Territory Investigations Group are investigating.

If you can help police contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 or at www.act.crimestoppers.com.au

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Addison 6:47 pm 04 Aug 09

it’s great when the bogan losers coome out and defend their bogan loser mates. they get slaughtered here, but just don’t get it.

Serenace1 4:48 pm 04 Aug 09

This site is seriously good comedy.

BerraBoy68 3:44 pm 26 Mar 09

eskimo said :

Have any of you noticed what mb24 said in post#54, unless you know the guy you have no right to judge.
Jamie was a great guy and he would have done anything for his friends and family.
I just want to say that your not all angels and the only reason you are saying any of this is beacuse you can bag anyone and anything without your identity being shown. Man up people and grow some balls

I’m no angel but I’d much rather help someone than hurt them. Last time I smacked someone in the mouth because they deserved it I cried afterwards. Call me a weak girly-man, if you want. Oh, and please Eskimo, call me Mike.

realityskin 3:44 pm 26 Mar 09

eskimo said :

Jamie was a great guy

Funny !

Tooks 3:24 pm 26 Mar 09

eskimo said :

I just want to say that your not all angels and the only reason you are saying any of this is beacuse you can bag anyone and anything without your identity being shown. Man up people and grow some balls

And eskimo is your real name, right?

eskimo 11:39 am 26 Mar 09

Have any of you noticed what mb24 said in post#54, unless you know the guy you have no right to judge.
Jamie was a great guy and he would have done anything for his friends and family.
I just want to say that your not all angels and the only reason you are saying any of this is beacuse you can bag anyone and anything without your identity being shown. Man up people and grow some balls

ParadiseLost 11:29 am 26 Mar 09

I believe Timberwolf has the same understanding as to what happened as myself.

I feel that this person should be held to some level of responsability, not because I’ve ever met the victim, but because I feel she provided the motive, opportunity and organised for the assailants transport to and from the scene of the crime!

And it looks to me this woman and left several emails above writing how hurt she feels by this situation and how the victim was very close to her.

Come on guys? where’s her accountability!!

Timberwolf65 9:08 am 26 Mar 09

Apparently the victim owed a certain female money, it might of been drug related and it might not. So some persons or person of interest was assigned the job to get the money back, not sure if the actual outcome was meant to happen or whether it was just to simply rough him up…but when you beat the crap out of someone accidents can and will happen.

realityskin 9:45 pm 25 Mar 09

Timberwolf65 said :

I heard this story today.

Which was?

Timberwolf65 8:29 pm 25 Mar 09

ParadiseLost said :

How come no-ones made any mention of the others who were involved? Like the driver of the assailants?

The driver who wanted her money back and is therefore responsible for the motive and Peisley’s resulting death??

You on here writing your condolences??

I heard this story today.

Tooks 2:11 pm 25 Mar 09

ParadiseLost said :

How come no-ones made any mention of the others who were involved? Like the driver of the assailants?

The driver who wanted her money back and is therefore responsible for the motive and Peisley’s resulting death??

You on here writing your condolences??

Presumably you’ve spoken to police about what you know.

skerbo 2:06 pm 25 Mar 09

The story paradise lost is telling seems to be the correct one…

Can we put the pics up for the non-facebookers amongst us?

Pommy bastard 2:04 pm 25 Mar 09

mingrival said :

My point is that the addiction, or the disease, is there well before the drugs are. Of course there’s a build up to it, but there’s a pay off, even if those first few times it’s a horrible experience it lends to some form of escape or distraction.

The addiction is “not there” before the drugs are, or the sex is, or the internet porn is, how can one be addicted to something if you’ve never tried and never will? If you are saying that the potential for addiction exists, you have a (slight) point.

However, nothing you have said so far in anyway disproves or refutes my assertion; “It takes time, money and a degree of dedication to build up an addiction.”

Even if the potential for addiction exists, which it does,as no one can be immune to an addiction to an addictive substance (eg diazepam.) But this will only occur if they choose to use it, or have forced on them, for a sufficient length of time and at an addictive level of exposure. The addiction however does not start with the first dose or taking, tollerance is needed to aquire addiction.

Trust me on this..

realityskin 1:58 pm 25 Mar 09

big cans there …

TAD 1:42 pm 25 Mar 09

Heres some pics of JP courtesy of Chidi’s facebook account.

http://www.facebook.com/album.php?aid=63894&id=663508220#/album.php?aid=66298&id=663508220

mingrival 1:39 pm 25 Mar 09

Pommy bastard said :

. Addiction is a mental disease, no matter which way you look at it. I don’t know anyone who chooses to have an addiction. People fuel addictions, sure, but addiction is the forebearer and the drugs are just the way that an addict can act out, like with alcohol, gambling, sex, eating disorders etc. It doesn’t make it okay, it doesn’t excuse the lives that can be destroyed but if the impression I got from this is correct, I don’t accept that a ‘degree of dedication’ is the right way to phrase something that is so soul destroying.

Addiction can be mental or physical, or a combination of both. However it is an uncontroversial fact that no one gets addicted to a substance or activity on their first try, as was stated so eloquently buy Micky91;

U know how smokes are adictive well so are drugs!!! if u have them once u cant really stop

One has to expose oneself to the substance/activity numerous times before one becomes addicted. Heroin users normally throw up or become ill on their first few tries, the substance has to build tolerance in the body before one can be classified as addicted.

My point is that the addiction, or the disease, is there well before the drugs are. Of course there’s a build up to it, but there’s a pay off, even if those first few times it’s a horrible experience it lends to some form of escape or distraction.

realityskin 11:04 am 25 Mar 09

ParadiseLost said :

How come no-ones made any mention of the others who were involved? Like the driver of the assailants?

The driver who wanted her money back and is therefore responsible for the motive and Peisley’s resulting death??

You on here writing your condolences??

Oh, who was that ?

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