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Court orders Wellsville businesses closed

February 9, 2013

WELLSVILLE — Officers from the Wellsville Police Department descended on Joe’s Bar and Grill and the adjacent Howie’s Drive-Thru Friday morning, armed with a court order to shut the businesses do....

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Feb-09-13 4:03 PM

"It's unfortunate, but it's just the way it is," Scarabino said. He stated the court order specifies the need to shut down and close up the entirety of 1501 Main St., which necessarily includes those two apartments."

It's unfortunate? Unfortunate? These families are now on the street and you call it unfortunate? You cold hearted A-hole. Close the business but why toss these people on the street? Who is going to pay for their move? Im sure these "unfortunate" folks don't have the means to pay for the move. Jesus, do your job but leave these "unfortunate" people out of it.

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Feb-09-13 7:18 AM

It's about time! The Papas' themselves are a nuisance to Wellsville and Williams conduct while on duty alone has been swept under the carpet long enough....

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Feb-09-13 6:59 AM

It's funny all the shootings, fights, drug activity, disorderly conduct and violations of liquor laws at "Tony's Place" go unpunished/unreported due to officer looking the other way, as the White/Italian Council member that owns that bar that buddys up with the Chief of Police every morning with a cup of coffee???? thats right its Wellsville, thats just how it is.

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