Welcome to Obamaland … Charlton, Mass Library Sends Cops to 5 Year Old Girls Home To Collect Overdue Books
Are you serious? What’s the matter was SWAT and the Massachusetts National Guard busy?
The Charlton Public Library in Charlton, MA had the audacity to send the police to the home of a 5 year old girl to collect over due books. This might be the most ridiculous use of the police and a waste of tax payer dollars ever. The visit by police scared the 5 year old that she burst into tears and thought she was going to be arrested. Does anyone think that this is a bit excessive?
Watch the video HERE.
Charlton Police Sergeant Dan Dowd stopped by the home of Shannon Benoit to let her know that her daughter had two books several months overdue which needed to be returned or paid for.
I thought it was way overboard,” says Benoit. “I closed my door, I looked at my daughter and she started crying.”
Hailey asked her mom if the police were going to arrest her. Hailey says, “I was scared.”
Imagine if an actual crime was being committed that needed a police presence. Instead, the local fuzz was at the home of a hardened 5 year old criminal who had an over due library book.
A note to all in Charlton … DO NOT GO TO THE CHARLTON LIBRARY OR YOU MIGHT BE NEXT.
Feel free to contact the library HERE and ask them what the hell they were thinking?
Even the police officer, Sgt. Dan Dowd admits he wasn’t real keen on going to a child’s home and shaking down a 5 year old for overdue books. What else should be expect from the People’s Republic of Massachusetts.
“Nobody wanted to, on this end to get involved in it,” says Sgt. Dowd. “But the library contacted us, and the chief delegated, and apparently I was one of the low men on the totem pole.”