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Posted on May 29 at 12:34 p.m. (Suggest removal)

I'm going to guess officers were not playing rock paper scissors....but rather busy with other calls (it is after all summer and an extremely busy time for the pd). Everyone (public included....as I don't live or work in schenectady) knows Mccarthy is a drunk! I feel for the guys/girls on duty, whom are almost guaranteed to lost their jobs if they confront the mayor! (Let's not forget wayne Bennit is acting chief and is commissioner, and Mccarthys buddy) Mccarthy needs to be held accountable for this disgrace of a spectacle, as should acting chief Bennit (if it were any other person in that position that would be the plan of action) And the administration on duty that night should be held accountable for not administering a breathalyzer.


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Posted on May 27 at 10:27 a.m. (Suggest removal)

How is the gazette allowed to delete messages that they feel aren't "up to their standards"?


From: Frantic 911 call: 'I know he was no mayor' (with audio)


Posted on May 26 at 9:34 p.m. (Suggest removal)

Has anyone actually seen Mccarthy not drunk??? He is a mess, and an awful mayor. What an embarrassment! He does indirectly admit to driving drunk, he should be brought up on those charges, as well as harassment.


From: Frantic 911 call: 'I know he was no mayor' (with audio)


Posted on May 26 at 7:43 a.m.

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From: Woman: Schenectady mayor was highly intoxicated in encounter


Posted on May 25 at 3:27 p.m. (Suggest removal)

It's funny how Bennett has no comment for this incident but if this was a cop he would hang them out to dry. Also funny how the gazette left out that the mayor was possibly intoxicated as reported in other real newspapers.


From: Woman: Schenectady mayor was highly intoxicated in encounter


Posted on May 25 at 8:20 a.m. (Suggest removal)

Amazing job officer Irwin! You should hold your head high and be very proud of yourself. Hopefully this woman understands the extent of what happened, only 8% of people needing cpr are actually revived!! Which means this officer acted in a quick and appropriate manner, and this woman needs to realize how precious and fragile like can be.


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Posted on May 22 at 9:11 p.m. (Suggest removal)

Congratulations and thank you to every single one of you. Remember, some people do support you!!


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Posted on May 22 at 9:04 p.m. (Suggest removal)

So let me get this right...according to the gazettet, it's the ciosnfault the college kept thisbarrest quiet?? Police do not hold a press conference every time someone is arrested. Whoever wrote this is nothing short of a simple minded and uneducated. Any idea how many actual celebrities are arrested daiky!, and it isn't made public in a press conference. Seriously guy....get your self a life, or at least take some journalism classes. "It is better to stay quiet and be perceived as dumb, than to open your mouth and remove all doubt"


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Posted on May 17 at 6:22 p.m. (Suggest removal)

Wow. A gunshot victim lying on the ground yet some of you focus on the police officer?! Shame on you!


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Posted on May 17 at 5:18 p.m. (Suggest removal)

I have met this cop a few times. Not only is he HOT as hell, he's damn good at his job!! Why has not one comment been about crime moving into the only decent part of the cry that remains?? Where Is the concern for the fact three young people were just shot?? You people are what is wrong with society! Your appearance has exactly NO coordination as to how well you do your job; get off your high horse you judgemental loser. .....and if the cop in question happens to see this, you can call me sometime ;)


From: Schenectady shooting injures three


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