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Norwood Man Who Started GoFundMe For “Road To Recovery” Was Arrested In February For Carjacking, 3rd DUI, Multi-Town Police Chase

 

Earlier today I blogged about a Norwood man named Tim Kennedy, who was spamming random yard sale pages with his GoFundMe to get his life back together, while using a 14 year old image of five random children.

Somehow whilst conducting a Google search of this individual I missed this incident he was involved in 11 months ago.

Looks like the “road to recovery” for Petey Diabetes involves carjacking a woman while drunk before leading the police on a low speed OK-style tour de south shore. It was his third DUI, and happened around 5:30 PM, so clearly he’s not a raging alcoholic or anything like that.

Read the comments on that NPD post. There is shortage of enablers on there making excuses for him. It’s almost as if only posting nice things about people doesn’t actually make them better people. He endangered the lives of many, and for that he should be roundly mocked and shamed. Nothing works better at correcting crappy behavior than a good old fashioned public shaming.

Anyway, time will tell if he uses the $500+ he’s raised from the GFM to “get his life on the right track.” It’s off to a great start so far.

 

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