A proud Peter Clark
UPDATE: Friday, Oct 25. Peter Clark took down his Facebook business page but not personal one.
The first major incident of violence towards our police department occurred at the very beginning of the semester last year. September 9, 2011 to be exact. Peter Clark was the party DJ. He was proud enough to use it for a cover photo on FAH-Q Facebook page for his DJ business, even after the extensive negative press.
Currently he uses a photo from one of the three recent Townhouse (where he lives) riots.
Because of the notoriety I first bestowed upon Peter Clark, the Amherst Bulletin and Daily Hampshire Gazette gave him a front page platform to air his cocky, immature party hardy philosophy to the masses.
And that was quickly followed up by the King of Juvenile, Bar Stool Sports, making him out to be a modern day James Dean (although "without a cause" certainly fits).
When he and stooge sidekick Emerson Rutkowski were driving neighbors crazy in a residential neighborhood in South Amherst and the household garnered repeated noise/nuisance tickets as a result, they formed a Facebook page called "F_ck The Fines!"
This kid is worse than a serial repeat offender, because he's actually proud of it. And as a "professional" DJ, he profits by it. Fast forward to early Friday morning: Peter Clark and Emerson Rutkowski were arrested yet again for Noise and Nuisance violations at their Meadow Street Townhouse apartment.
And it sounds like the cop could also have thrown in a charge of resisting arrest or assault on an officer.
At the very least, this makes three arrest incidents in just the past 18 months. So if Umass really wants to show they are cracking down on the rowdy behavior terrorising our neighborhoods, then they they need to do what our military does in the "War On Terror": take out the ringleaders.
And for the lowly likes of Peter Clark or Emerson Rutkowski, you don't need an expensive drone strike. Just expel them. Peter Clark famously stated, "As long as I’m here, there will always be a party to go to."
Well, the flip side to that ...
No surprise APD broke up a major party on Hobart Lane the night of 10/12/12