Vox Populi: ‘Parents of the City Market shooter should be arrested, indicted and sued.’

Jerry Chambers Jr. is facing three counts of felony murder and other charges according to police. (Courtesy of Savannah-Chatham police)

“Before we had the big storm last year there was an American flag flying on a small island between Thunderbolt and Whitemarsh. Whatever happened to it? Sure do miss seeing it.”

 

“I can relate to the caller who’s tired of these inaccurate weather predictions. Day before yesterday it was a 20% chance of rain and it stormed and the next day there was an 80% chance of rain and the sun shined all day.”

“Hey, I’m on President Street heading west I noticed there are crosswalks on President Street. Haven’t we already done this on Bay Street once before and proved that it wouldn’t work? Wake up, Savannah come on!”

“The DOT please leave the trees up, I’ve always considered them a safety measure within themselves. If I lose control or somebody hits my car, and my lane, and I cross over the median on to the opposite bound Interstate traffic, I’d rather hit a tree than another automobile head on.”

“Tybee Island officials just a suggestion: If your golf cart is holding up more than three cars on Jones Avenue, make people pull over. Come on police, do your work.”

“You know love, you felt love, so where does love come from a big bang or living God.”

“Parents of the City Market shooter should be arrested, indicted and sued for allowing their 17 year old son to run wild and kill people down at City market. They need to pay the price for not maintaining responsibility for their son.”

“OK, people. I’m only going to say this one more time. We’re not celebrating the Fourth of July. We’re celebrating the Declaration of Independence Day. Thank you very much and have a mighty fine day.”

“To the person who wants to know why the city of Savannah doesn’t keep the streets clean, I want to know why the residents don’t learn not to throw their trash there in the first place?”

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