Bobby Smith busted ?
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wonder

London, KY

#1 Dec 9, 2013
Wonder who set the trap?
dude

Newark, OH

#2 Dec 9, 2013
wonder wrote:
Wonder who set the trap?
no one this time hobo get his self caught driving are drunk and hi and you cant do that when your bring ice aka crystal meth down fron up north and having pot a gun on you can you say dumbazzzz I look for him to rat everyone out hes 61 sick he want live long enough to pull his time
wonder

London, KY

#3 Dec 9, 2013
dude wrote:
<quoted text>no one this time hobo get his self caught driving are drunk and hi and you cant do that when your bring ice aka crystal meth down fron up north and having pot a gun on you can you say dumbazzzz I look for him to rat everyone out hes 61 sick he want live long enough to pull his time
Yep he is in deep chit, News said he was pulled over by two units for not giving a turn signal in B-ville. When did the state boys from Harlan start patroling B-ville trafic with two units ? And even more interesting question is when did they start pulling people over in town for not giving signals? Hell most of the folks in town dont have lights that even function on thier vehicles. Kinda sounds like the state boys were waiting on ole hobo this time.

“Speaker of Mountain Wisdom....”

Since: Jan 10

http://www.pixoto.com/quantumm

#4 Dec 9, 2013
Traffic Stop Leads to Drug Arrest in Knox County

Date of News Release: 12/07/2013

(Barbourville, Ky.)- On December 6, 2013 at 6:04 P.M Kentucky State Police Trooper Wayne Hensley and Trooper Brian Maupin made a traffic stop on a green Ford F-150 on Hurricane Lane in Barbourville Kentucky after the operator failed to use a signal, nearly causing a collision with oncoming traffic. The driver of the vehicle was Bobby Smith, 61, from Dayton Ohio. Tpr. Hensley discovered that Mr. Smith had warrants from Knox, Bell, and Grant County. While investigating, troopers located a revolver, Marijuana, Crystal Meth, and $1670.00 in cash.

Mr. Smith was arrested and lodged in the Knox County Detention Center for the following charges.

Failure to or improper signal.
Operating on suspended or revoked operator's license.
Improper display of registration plate.
Possession of marijuana.
Trafficking marijuana less than 8oz 1st offense.
Possession of a controlled substance 1st degree 1st offense.
Reckless driving.

“Speaker of Mountain Wisdom....”

Since: Jan 10

http://www.pixoto.com/quantumm

#5 Dec 9, 2013
wonder wrote:
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Yep he is in deep chit, News said he was pulled over by two units for not giving a turn signal in B-ville. When did the state boys from Harlan start patroling B-ville trafic with two units ? And even more interesting question is when did they start pulling people over in town for not giving signals? Hell most of the folks in town dont have lights that even function on thier vehicles. Kinda sounds like the state boys were waiting on ole hobo this time.
Yup... Someone did indeed let the state boys know he was in town and carrying... Thumbs Up... And yes Indeed he is giving names and locations of those he deals with around the area...

Just remember all you folks that deal or even do dope... Your Best Friend or Relative that you have been baked with many times and yells how that hate rats will turn you in in a heart beat when the police tell them its give you up or years in prison sharing a cell with some big bubba that thinks your pretty....
wonder

London, KY

#6 Dec 9, 2013
Quantummist wrote:
Traffic Stop Leads to Drug Arrest in Knox County
Date of News Release: 12/07/2013
(Barbourville, Ky.)- On December 6, 2013 at 6:04 P.M Kentucky State Police Trooper Wayne Hensley and Trooper Brian Maupin made a traffic stop on a green Ford F-150 on Hurricane Lane in Barbourville Kentucky after the operator failed to use a signal, nearly causing a collision with oncoming traffic. The driver of the vehicle was Bobby Smith, 61, from Dayton Ohio. Tpr. Hensley discovered that Mr. Smith had warrants from Knox, Bell, and Grant County. While investigating, troopers located a revolver, Marijuana, Crystal Meth, and $1670.00 in cash.
Mr. Smith was arrested and lodged in the Knox County Detention Center for the following charges.
Failure to or improper signal.
Operating on suspended or revoked operator's license.
Improper display of registration plate.
Possession of marijuana.
Trafficking marijuana less than 8oz 1st offense.
Possession of a controlled substance 1st degree 1st offense.
Reckless driving.
Two state police units patroling hurricane lane in Barbourville at the same time ole hobo shows up with a batch of goodies. Man those guys are good. whadda u thunk Q?
wonder

London, KY

#7 Dec 9, 2013
Quantummist wrote:
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Yup... Someone did indeed let the state boys know he was in town and carrying... Thumbs Up... And yes Indeed he is giving names and locations of those he deals with around the area...
Just remember all you folks that deal or even do dope... Your Best Friend or Relative that you have been baked with many times and yells how that hate rats will turn you in in a heart beat when the police tell them its give you up or years in prison sharing a cell with some big bubba that thinks your pretty....
That answered my quwstion, and I agree with your summary
dude

Newark, OH

#8 Dec 9, 2013
wonder wrote:
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Two state police units patroling hurricane lane in Barbourville at the same time ole hobo shows up with a batch of goodies. Man those guys are good. whadda u thunk Q?
hobo knew the law was watching him for along time and he give them what they need to pull him over to check his truck out
if you think he was set up look for someone hobo gave some stuff to sale that did it all and didn't sale any of it if their was someone like that I would start look wouldn't you
wonder

London, KY

#9 Dec 9, 2013
dude wrote:
<quoted text>hobo knew the law was watching him for along time and he give them what they need to pull him over to check his truck out
if you think he was set up look for someone hobo gave some stuff to sale that did it all and didn't sale any of it if their was someone like that I would start look wouldn't you
I really don't know what did or did not happen, other than he was pulled over and was arrested by two state police units. You very seldom see more than one state police unit in the area unless something unusual is going on. Normally they do not patrol Barbourville and are only seen near 25 or 11. I personally think he was set up, probably by some of his buddies that knew he had the goodies in his posession.

Whatever happened, it is good for the County because these killer drugs have been taken off the street and sorry to say, as someone who knos and likes hobo..so has he. Maybe this will be what he needs to break free of his lifestyle.
What

Jasper, GA

#10 Dec 9, 2013
dude wrote:
<quoted text>no one this time hobo get his self caught driving are drunk and hi and you cant do that when your bring ice aka crystal meth down fron up north and having pot a gun on you can you say dumbazzzz I look for him to rat everyone out hes 61 sick he want live long enough to pull his time
What is 61 sick?
dude

Newark, OH

#11 Dec 9, 2013
What wrote:
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What is 61 sick?
his age
dude

Newark, OH

#12 Dec 9, 2013
What wrote:
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What is 61 sick?
hes in poor health
Snuffleupagus

London, KY

#13 Dec 9, 2013
If the one that set up old " hobo " is reading this post...... Thank you.
wonder

London, KY

#14 Dec 9, 2013
dude wrote:
<quoted text>hobo knew the law was watching him for along time and he give them what they need to pull him over to check his truck out
if you think he was set up look for someone hobo gave some stuff to sale that did it all and didn't sale any of it if their was someone like that I would start look wouldn't you
The law can pull you over any time they want by just saying you were weaving, if they are tailing you sooner or later they will get an excuse to stop you, or fabricate one. These dudes were there with backup and knew exactly what they would find. Thats what I think. The source of the information probably came from someone Hobo trusted, I doubt he would let any enemy know he was transporting.May have been one of his sellers, one of his women or one of his brothers. Thats my opinion....I hate to see him facing this but he got exactly what he kept asking for. I hope the other guys learn from this before they end up the same way or worse.
Snuffleupagus

London, KY

#15 Dec 9, 2013
wonder wrote:
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The law can pull you over any time they want by just saying you were weaving, if they are tailing you sooner or later they will get an excuse to stop you, or fabricate one. These dudes were there with backup and knew exactly what they would find. Thats what I think. The source of the information probably came from someone Hobo trusted, I doubt he would let any enemy know he was transporting.May have been one of his sellers, one of his women or one of his brothers. Thats my opinion....I hate to see him facing this but he got exactly what he kept asking for. I hope the other guys learn from this before they end up the same way or worse.
Maybe he got saved and called in on him self. I hope the conviction in his heart is bothering him so bad that he turns them all in.
just saying

Indianapolis, IN

#16 Dec 10, 2013
Yeah hobo has just been waiting he knew it was coming not in good health but he'll do what he has to!!
what

Keavy, KY

#17 Dec 10, 2013
anybody that thinks hobo will rat dont know him at all hang in there hobo
Dilligaf

London, KY

#18 Dec 10, 2013
what wrote:
anybody that thinks hobo will rat dont know him at all hang in there hobo
Hobo will not rat on people to save his azz, but if he has an opportunity for a payback he will take it. There are some around here that hobo owes and they might get thier payday.Some of you guys in Bell co and Clay co might get visitors asking questions. You know who you are.
word of mouth

London, KY

#19 Dec 21, 2013
Word of mouth from Chuck Johnson was that he hated hobo, and would see that he would get his. Chuck seemed solid to me in what time that I had known him. But then again like Q said, never trust anyone. I cannot say that Chuck set him up but they are in that club, chuck has spoken ill words in front of me about Hobo when I seen him. So you all add this all up.
what

Keavy, KY

#20 Dec 22, 2013
i have known him since i was4 years old my whole family partyed withhim back in the seventies i called his mom granny so i know him better than most he aint a rat and he will find out who set him up hang in there hobo you know who this is you felt bad for missing my moms funeral

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