Well-known Monroe County social media maven Scott Bogulski was sentenced to three years in prison on Monday after admitting to having and selling  stolen trailers.

“Justice was done,” said assistant district attorney Paul Hemmann. “He did the right thing — he admitted he had done wrong and took what the judge gave him. That made it easy on everybody.”



ATLANTA — May 16, 2019 — Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp vetoed Senate Bill 153, which would have regulated the crime scene clean-up industry through the Georgia Bureau of Investigation (GBI). Had the bill become law, companies performing crime scene clean-up in Georgia would have been required to register, carry proper insurance, and employ technicians that were background checked, fingerprinted, and drug screened.

According to the governor’s veto message, he chose not to sign the bill because it had not received adequate review and fiscal analysis. The message states, “Senate Bill 153 would impose unfunded and extensive regulation on the crime- and trauma-scene cleaning services industry through the Georgia Bureau of Investigation.” It goes on to explain that the Georgia Occupational Regulation Review Council (GORRC) must review and approve all new occupational regulations in the state. According to the governor’s message, the crime scene clean-up bill did not receive mandated review and approval by GORRC.

The bill, which would have made Georgia the first state to regulate crime scene clean-up, came about three years after a CBS46 investigation into the industry revealed that the absence of regulations was resulting in unprofessional and damaging behavior by some companies. CBS46 found that members of one business were taking light-hearted photographs with victims’ personal belongings. Such actions reflect a lack of respect for the solemn work of crime scene clean-up.

Although the bill passed both the Georgia House and Senate, the governor’s veto means that crime scene clean-up will remain an unregulated industry for now.

Hi, my name is Scott Bogulski. I have been a landscaper, a fireman, and a crime scene clean up specialist. I am able do almost any trade or position because I am a genius! In fact, I am so clever that sometimes I don’t understand a single word of what I am saying.

I did try my hand at comedy, but they all laughed when I said I’d become a comedian. Well, they’re not laughing now. One attempt at humor had me taking photos of a quadruple murder crime scene and posting them on my Facebook page. I laughed and laughed, but no one seemed to understand my humor. You get it don’t you? We’ll talk about that later.

BTW – You can contact me by clicking one of those floaty things over there ——–>

I am kind of a goof ball and not very coordinated. Goodness, I was already a dork most of the times. I didn’t need to be a drunk or high dork. So I don’t really mess with the drugs or the boozes. Again, we will talk about that later.

I am married and have been a few times. I am a big Southern boy who tries to stay cool, but I tried to be a hipster and the only hair I could grow ironically was on my back. While I prefer the ladies, I am what you might call “Pan-sexual”. I’ll span the globe like Pan Am used to do and am game and up for pretty much anything sexually. Prefer hairy, bear like men as well and am kinda into little skinny poofs. Contact me and let me know what you got.

Floaty Things ———>

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