Updated: Thursday, 08 Nov 2012, 6:43 PM EST
Published : Thursday, 08 Nov 2012, 2:30 PM EST
(WTNH) -- A lot of people are speaking out about the fate of an ex-police officer who killed two teens in a crash. And many are talking about yesterday's nor'easter and our forecast. Here's tonight's Voice of the People.
Jill from Stratford said, "I'm strongly opposed to the conviction charges against Anderson. It's well documented David Servin was driving under the influence, two times over the legal blood alcohol limit for an adult, which I feel contributed to the impairment of his lapse of judgment while driving."
Dominica from Trumbull said, "I think that that cop from Milford should go to jail for more than just ten years because he killed two lives. I'm just so surprised that justice, it's not done. I think cops can just do whatever they want whenever they want it, and that's not right."
Liz from Hamden said, "I want to just say what a good job the Hamden First Student buses did yesterday getting the kids home safely. The roads were horrible and school didn't get out early, and they did a great job."
Cindy from Bethany said, "All our schools stayed in session in Southern Connecticut, and didn't cancel because you had told us it was going to rain in Southern Connecticut, and maybe a little bit of a slushy mix. I realize you guys aren't perfect or anything, but this was way off, and it really did cause a problem, especially for the kids."
Anonymous said, "I'd like to congratulate Gil Simmons for manning up about the nor'easter that a lot of people made mistakes on."