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Beverly man sentenced out of string of burglaries

November 14, 2013

A Beverly man who participated in a string of area burglaries was sentenced Wednesday in Washington County Common Pleas Court to the maximum available sentence—six months in the Washington County......

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justbecause

Nov-20-13 11:55 AM

I KNOW Grigg personally. I was right there on the day his string of juvinile crimes happened (on the day before thanksgiving 2008) the Times covered it but they didn't get the "why" to it. He also did something in the beginning of January 2009 that the times covered but no names BC he was under 18.

There needs to be some circumstances where a persons juvenile record can be used against him. This should be one of them.

Yes he had a "hard life" but he has been using his unfortunate childhood circumstances as an excuse for far to long. There have been many people who have tried to help him over and over (myself included) and he just does NOT care. .

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hockeypuck

Nov-17-13 9:57 PM

He caused harm and pain to others, but none for him for his crime? I would like to have seen his face if he decided to burglarize my home. He would have been screaming for someone to call the police. And no, I would not have to be in the house when it would have taken place. He would have realized he finally chose the wrong house to burglarize.

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originality

Nov-15-13 4:11 AM

It amazes me how people can just comment on here about how stupid he is or how he will regret it or how he should be locked up forever. You don't know him. You don't know the*****he has gone through and I don't think it's fair to say he's just "another stupid criminal." It makes me sick to know that you people can make such quick judgments on this boy based on this one little article.

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exofDevola

Nov-14-13 6:59 PM

Mr Griggs/ Johnson had an extensive juvenile record but not felony arrests as an adult, so prison was not allowed? Well he now has 5 felony charges, plus a house he robbed burned to the ground. Exactly how much do you have to do to get jail time? If there were people in the house when the house burned and they were injured or killed, would have gotten jail time then?

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Rankinrocks

Nov-14-13 12:57 PM

Yeah, that's what we need, more unemployment. That will definitely ensure that he wont end up committing worse crimes, possibly containing physical violence to his victims. I know, if we just ignore him, he'll go away. It's worked SO well with mental health issues, child abuse, welfare scammers, our current president, etc, etc

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hockeypuck

Nov-14-13 6:39 AM

Another stupid criminal. Maybe twenty years from now, when no one will hire him, due to being a criminal, he will think long and hard about this stupid incident.

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