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Police chief in Montgomery steps down

August 31, 2013

After two months as Administrative Police Chief, Greg Drollinger resigned from the Montgomery Police Department last week....

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Sep-05-13 11:08 AM

Here's the bottom line....people in the community need to get involved. Have a voice..Get involved..its easy to write and complain. Start going to the meetings, hold the people YOU ELECTED and the people who you as taxpayers are paying their salaries accountable

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Sep-04-13 5:25 PM

MontgomeryCitizen, those were the 1st things i looked up. How did he ever get elected in the 1st place? The only time we ever interacted with him was after one of the floods. He was running the flood relief center on Houston St. and he did help us. That was before he was mayor, i think.

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Sep-04-13 1:45 PM

Vote someone else in for Mayor, everyone in that town knows the guy is a ass!

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Sep-01-13 11:41 AM

@ Tgrammiex4 Montgomery is a quaint little town.

No one WANTS to complain about the mayor porch sitting at Unimart asking for money and cigarettes.

No one WANTS to ask the MAYOR to stop exposing him self by pulling his penis out in public. two times

No one WANTS a mayor that walks around town asking people for a "loan".

No one WANTS to report a mayor abusing his position by instruction the police to target local business for personal reasons.

Thankfully, the local police see the slime ball for what he is, a snake.

It's the MAYOR for christ sake, the mayor used to be a position of respect. We live in a small town, people should be happy to see there mayor. Andy has done nothing but turn the position in to a joke & a liability for the borough.

I would be thrilled to see another person in the position.

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Sep-01-13 7:20 AM

I've lived in Montgomery for 20 years and never heard any of this before. Why was this all not made more public?

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Aug-31-13 11:24 PM

Unfortunately, I cant run for office due to a conflict of interest, but when it comes to Andy and slanderous comments there is no need to make stuff up. The quote, "give a fool enough rope and he'll hang himself" was invented for Andy. He's toeing the line of malfeasance in office, by trying to use the police department for personal vendettas. A claim against him is being sent to the pa ethics commission. Montgomery has been moving in the right direction for a while now & getting panhandling Andy out of office is the last hurtle in the way of having a truly nice little town.

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Aug-31-13 9:20 PM

Citizenbushido, wow, strong, slanderous words.I hope you know all this to be fact. Will you be running against him in the next election?

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Aug-31-13 8:20 PM

Oh obviously don't live in montgomery...or you are so misled as to who andy onufrak is.......the owner of those toes are the citizens who pay taxes...

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Aug-31-13 11:52 AM

He worked for Andrew Onufrak, who is an embarrassment & liability to the borough of montgomery. If he's not being charged for exposing him self in public, then he's walking around town panhandling like a 2 bit pauper begging for smokes or cash. I dont blame Drollinger for stepping down. Who would want to be supervised by the pile of human excrement that is Andy Onufrak?

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