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Wednesday, November 14, 2012

LOBSTERGATE: THE FINAL CHAPTER...HOPEFULLY

Hartford Police sources are confirming what is most likely the final chapter in the alleged lobster larceny case of Officer Natoya Guthrie. Sources are confirming that Hartford police Chief James Rovella has accepted the resignation of Officer Guthrie from the Hartford police department earlier today. Guthrie was seen at the Hartford Police Department earlier this afternoon turning in her city issued uniforms and equipment.

 
former Officer Natoya Guthrie
 
 
This appears to be the final chapter in what has been referred to as "lobstergate" by commenter's here on the blog. Guthrie was under investigation for the alleged thefts of lobster and other seafood from the self checkout line at the Stop and Shop store on New Park Avenue in Hartford.

You can read the original posting here

Apparently there were videos detailing more than one instance of the alleged thefts that could have resulted in Guthrie's arrest on larceny charges if pursued. As soon as I obtain those videos, they will be posted here.

8 comments:

Anonymous said...

Thank god she is finally gone!!!!!!she could not pass a background check to work at Red Lobster yet somehow she gets hired in Hartford...great job you bunch of ******* doing backgrounds...how about you guys resign too...

KEVIN BROOKMAN said...

Red Lobster might be a good fit, all considered

the crusty crab said...

one down several others to go.......will smith, aka supercop
gordon and the next extreme sports comp abuser on midnights....

RB said...

Why aren't Larceny charges being pursued? If it happend once, it could be construed as a mental lapse or poor judgement. If it can be proven that this happend more than once, or several times, than she certainly is a thief.

Is there a double standard here, or perhaps politics?

Anonymous said...

what a pretty pic...facebook?

Anonymous said...

is that a lobster in the background on the stove?

Anonymous said...

Finally this "fine African black woman of faith and dignity" is GONE!!!!

Anonymous said...

Back in the 80's an HPD clerk was arrested for submitting a fake sick leave letter and lost her job; now, this ex-officer was caught red-handed repeatedly committing larceny and doesn't get arrested? HPD has clear long standing policies regarding larcenies and other felonies committed by HPD employees...what's wrong with this picture?...no wonder city employee morale is so low, and citizens' trust in government is virtually non-existent.