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Medford Poll Workers Arrested For Assaulting Cop After Nodding Off And Dry Humping In Front Of Voters Have Long Criminal Histories Including A&B On Elderly 

 

When you go to vote there’s usually an elderly person working the polls who checks your name off a list and gives you a ballot. Old people live to vote. It’s what keeps them going. But evidently in Medford they couldn’t find any elderly folk to work the polls so they had to hire two career criminals and it didn’t end well.

Patch: A pair of poll workers were arrested Tuesday after being told to leave for “unprofessional” behavior and assaulting a police officer and colleague, according to the City Clerk’s office. Heather Bourque, 34, of Wilmington, and Derek Sands, 34, of Chelsea, were scheduled to work at the Gantcher Center at 7 a.m. Tuesday, police said. They arrived half an hour late and were seen “nodding off” and not performing their duties, according to police. They were “hugging and holding each other” and “very rude” to voters, police said.

Sands and Bourque were ordered to leave after they were separated and warned about their behavior. Sands was disruptive and caused voters to leave the polling place, police said. An officer working the polls tried to arrest Sands, but Bourque jumped on his back, police said. Another poll worker was assaulted during the struggle, according to City Clerk Adam Hurtubise. Additional police officers arrived and helped place the pair under arrest. Sands was charged with disorderly conduct, assault and battery on a police officer and resisting arrest. Bourque was charged with disorderly conduct, assault and battery on a police officer (two counts), resisting arrest and assault and battery with a dangerous weapon to wit shod foot.

Where did they find these two? A Meth Mile safari?

And yes, she did wear a shawl and snow boots to a kid’s dance recital. Nuff said.

If the City of Medford had bothered to do a background search on either of these two they easily could’ve predicted that they’d show up late, nod off, dry hump each other in front of voters, and assault a cop and another poll worker while ironically trying to give each other the poll. These two don’t just have Google trophies, they have a Google farm.

Heather Bourque was arrested last year for shoplifting by asportation.

She’s previously been charged with larceny under $1,200, identity fraud, and receiving stolen credit cards.

It also wasn’t her first time being arrested for assault and battery on a police officer, as she broke that barrier with a 2006 arrest.

Yet the City of Medford hired her to oversee their elections.

Meanwhile, Derek Sands of Chelsea has previous charges of conspiracy to violate drug laws.

Assault and battery with a dangerous weapon.

Warrants.

Trespassing, drugs, drugs, and more drugs.

And perhaps the biggest red flag was his recent arrest for assault and battery with a dangerous weapon on an elderly person, as well as larceny against that same person.

He just signed a document in October pleading guilty for it.

No time in jail though, because he’s from Chelsea, which is part of Suffolk County, and Rachael Rollins doesn’t send career criminals to jail for beating up elderly people because she needs them to work the polls in Medford. Good thing old people don’t vote, so they weren’t in danger or anything.

Neither King Twitchard nor Feen Elizameth is a resident of Medford, as she’s from Wilmington and he’s from Chelsea. So why were they invited to work the polls in Medford? And did the the City do zero background research on them? Do they hire any criminal with a pulse? We tried reaching out to Medford Clerk Adam Hurtubise but have not heard back from him, but it’s simply unforgivable that this could happen in 2019. Then again, this is Rachael Rollins country, so nothing is beyond belief anymore.

 

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