Discussion in 'General' started by Jedb, Jul 26, 2022.
“An ambulance crew was asked to respond due to some injuries that the suspect apparently received from falling down.”
I hope he broke both arms, his hands, some ribs, collarbones and maybe his legs “falling down.”
Buh bye scumbag.
He’s lucky he wasn’t disappeared. Fire is no joke in a lot of areas.
Duct tape then honey and leave the SOB.
This is over in pretty wooded lands, in between the I5 and the Oregon coast.
Fire's a big deal out here, especially after all the loss in the 2020 fires that went through central and other parts of Oregon.
Would be ironic if the arsonist died in a fire...
Map of 2020 fires and evacuation zones in Oregon.
REALLY lucky. The thought would have legitimately crossed my mind, if I were one of the apprehenders.
Yep. Where I’m at, good chance he would have had more issues than falling down some stairs.
I have a friend who lives in an even more forested area with one road of entry and access. The neighbors will put your fire out if it’s an open air, wood fire.
This is over between Grants Pass and the Coast.
Impaling them on green trees in the path of the fire legal anywhere?
That last sentence in the link says all ya need to know to sentence this guy.
This is a story I wanna hear the future end of.
I would have at least told them he fell out of a tree.
I thought Oregon was pro arson? Or is that just Portland?
Most normal people here would say neither Oregonians, nor Portlanders are pro-arson.
Especially after the large fires 2 years ago.
They jumped on this one hard, several helicopters and ground crew. Burned about an acre each.
Yup. That's what the article said. Glad they got the guy too.
Pity they didn’t put him on the front line of the fire, wearing a Speedo and armed with a squirt gun.
Men have an infinite imagination for inflicting pain & revenge.
Fixing the drought? They have nothing.....
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