Tuesday, August 23, 2016

Police called to new home of Ostrowski & Karen Esposito

The day after being evicted... disbarred Andy Ostrowski was at the house of the "crack head*" Karen Padavan Esposito at 315 Parrish Street in Wilkes-Barre. Police were called to the residence. The old landlord found items that were stolen at the old residence and pills on the floor.

Wilkes-Barre police have reported that they have been at 315 Parrish Street many times. When asked if it involved drug dealing they said "This has occurred at least a few times."

What a welcome relief to see WBPD addressing a drug house as they should. This is in stark contrast to the heroin house run by Catherine Meehan on McLean Street that was protected by former Chief Gerard Dessoye who spent private time with the heroin honey,

Credit should go to new WB Chief Lendacky who appears to have the WBPD working to "protect and serve" the public rather than protecting and serving a heroin house and a crooked Chief. (Note: former Chief Dessoye reportedly resigned recently from King's College for "trouser issues" with co-eds). * "Crack Head" defined as one who was arrested for possession of crack cocaine  and has since resumed or switched to other drugs.