- October 30, 2012 - 09:52
I agree, the company should press charges. Nothing is going to change unless that people responsible for these unlawful actions are brought to justice.
- October 30, 2012 - 06:23
After reading this story, I think that Urban Contracting and J. J. Walsh Limited are part of the problem for not imposing charges on these hooligans involved in the vandalism act without thinking about the consequences of their actions including higher insurance rates and costs for the customers. In the meantime, St. John's, Mount Pearl, and Corner Brook has to start making a greater effort to crack down on fires to auto dealership and vandalism to local businesses or business owners like John Dwyer and his company, TimeCo, will start taking the law into their own hands. About the John Dwyer case, John went after the thief after stealing jewellery from his company, TimeCo. However, while John did the right thing, he is now facing charges he shouldn't face in the first place while the thief gets away with it. Because Police are going after lawful business owners as opposed to hooligans, its no wonder why TimeCo might close for good. Police Officers, start doing your job in going after hooligans instead of punishing honest business owners like John Dwyer for doing something you failed to do.