Meth Labs And How To Stop Them

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“StopMethLabscom”

Since: Jul 11

Claremore

#1 Jul 28, 2011
http://www.stopmethlabs.com I am sure everyone is aware of the serious meth lab problem your city has. Your last bust where the children were walking barefoot through feces inside filthily conditions while the parents were busy cooking dope

I must say besides the 3 children that burned to death in del city this one ranks right you there and something is going to be done to stop all the meth labs and very soon !

I am David Starkey and I wrote a ( dry tablet ) pseudoephedrine ordinance because the dry pseudoephedrine is what they must have to too their dope. The gel cap and liquid pseudoephedrine would be excluded because you cannot make meth from them.

Oregon passed a prescription only law and they went from 584 meth labs in 2001, then they passed their prescription only law in 2006. In 2008 meth labs dropped to 12 and crime hit a 50 year. This year Oregon has only had 1 meth lab so this works.

Mississippi passed thins in 2010 and in 6 months meth labs dropped by 70% and they are still falling so we know this works !

Now lets address the multi billion dollar drug lobbies lies that are spreading. All you have to do to get a prescription is have your doctor call it in. I know I am 51 and I have never been charged to have something called in and I am sure all of you have done the same so their cost argument is out the window.

So if you suffer from serious allergies your doctor can put 5 more refills on there so at most you only have to call in every six months which is no big deal.

I know unless you are a meth cook everyone should be for this because I am tired of children burning to death like the children in Del City the burned to death and the children in Bartlesville in this story which is terrible. http://www.kjrh.com/dpp/bartlesvillelive/dtf:...

The good news is my city ordinance is about to be filed before the city council and it will save lives and stop all the meth labs. Remember for the average Joe you there is just one step added and that is to call your doctor and have him call it in. I know I would gladly call my doctor for free to have it call it in every 6 months.

If we do this we can stop all of these meth labs and take Bartlesville back as it is my worst city right now. Prescription for the dry and leaving the gel caps and liquids alone is the answer to stop all of these meth labs !

I am working with a young lady that is serious about stopping the meth and I really like motivated people as I am only one person but I have passed 5 cities so far and more on the way !

I have a video section on my web site that has a real meth lab explosion that blows the brink wall completely out. It also melted the skin off of the people in that room and I am not sure they died but it is so dangerous.

Bartlesville is the most meth infested city I have right now so I could use everyones support. Call the mayor, police chief and city attorney. It is time for massive action and run this meth cooks out of our state !

Here is the latest link to your meth bust in Bartlesville

http://www.kjrh.com/dpp/bartlesvillelive/dtf:...

If you would like to contact me just go to my web site and my cell number is on the main page on the left and my E mail is DWstarkey@ Aol.com .

I want to think Charla Lockman for her tireless work she has put in to help me get this passed.

I have a saying " Remember throughout your day that one person can make a difference " David Starkey

I could use some help so contact me from my web site or through me E mail here and we can stop all of the meth labs !
Washington County Meth

United States

#2 Jul 30, 2011
I knew meth use and manufacture in Washington County was bad, but had no idea it was one of the worst. I do believe Washington County has taken a zero tolerance regarding meth use and manufacture, so that's encouraging. But if pseudoephedrine regulation would help stop the meth labs and use, I'm all for it. If citizens who really care about others will push for it, they can make it happen.

Many of the meth makers have moved to the county where they think they can by pass the law. I live in the county where there is little zoning, and had a meth user and maker move in next door to me about 9 years ago. He turned a once nice home into a trash dump and wasted no time in setting up a lab. I came home one night to the acrid smell of "something" I knew instinctly that must have been meth cooking. This guy and a bunch of his meth buddies were standing around outside a shed with the lights on like they were having a party. Some party :( The sheriff's ofc was called and a deputy who was on duty in the area, slowly drove by alerting the meth heads, and they quickly closed it down and nothing was done.

Back then, if the sheriff's ofc had been on the ball, they could have netted at least a dozen of them. These meth cookers all have scanners so they're alerted with the law starts there way on calls like that.

Shortly after this occurrance, a drug task force guy in Tulsa told me this man's house was no doubt completely contaminated by meth.

The neighbors a block away reported getting headaches that night. Since no arrests were made at that time, I and other neighbors in the block had to put up with thefts, 2:00AM wake ups when he'd come home after his drug runs with his boom box blaring. I don't know how many times the sheriff's office was called on disturbances. One buddy of his was seen with a gun tucked into the back of his trousers.

And yes, this guy had a boy about 3 yrs old that lived in the midst of all this, while the mom worked and collected welfare. They had 3 or 4 pitbulls stationed around their place, which several times got loose and came into our yard. Once, one of them came after me just as I was coming out of the house. When I complained, it was ignored and they acted like somehow I was at fault.

Finally, by an act of "providence" a huge tree limb fell on the couple's bedroom roof during a bad storm, damaging it beyond repair and they finally had to move out.

I heard about 2 yrs later, this guy was arrested and sentenced to prison.

This sort of thing is not what you want living next door to you, or going on in Washington County or ANYWHERE, but it's typical of meth users and cookers, and every means available needs to be brought into play to stop it dead in it's tracts before more lives are ruined or ended. It's a plague and a scourge.

“StopMethLabscom”

Since: Jul 11

Claremore

#3 Aug 1, 2011
If Walmart would take the lead and stop selling the dry tablets other pharmacies would follow. They have testified at the Arkansas capital that prescription only is the way to stop the meth labs and they should take a stand. Knowing that children are burning to death from pseudoephedrine bought from their store should be first and no bottom line profit.
Washington County Meth wrote:
I knew meth use and manufacture in Washington County was bad, but had no idea it was one of the worst. I do believe Washington County has taken a zero tolerance regarding meth use and manufacture, so that's encouraging. But if pseudoephedrine regulation would help stop the meth labs and use, I'm all for it. If citizens who really care about others will push for it, they can make it happen.
Many of the meth makers have moved to the county where they think they can by pass the law. I live in the county where there is little zoning, and had a meth user and maker move in next door to me about 9 years ago. He turned a once nice home into a trash dump and wasted no time in setting up a lab. I came home one night to the acrid smell of "something" I knew instinctly that must have been meth cooking. This guy and a bunch of his meth buddies were standing around outside a shed with the lights on like they were having a party. Some party :( The sheriff's ofc was called and a deputy who was on duty in the area, slowly drove by alerting the meth heads, and they quickly closed it down and nothing was done.
Back then, if the sheriff's ofc had been on the ball, they could have netted at least a dozen of them. These meth cookers all have scanners so they're alerted with the law starts there way on calls like that.
Shortly after this occurrance, a drug task force guy in Tulsa told me this man's house was no doubt completely contaminated by meth.
The neighbors a block away reported getting headaches that night. Since no arrests were made at that time, I and other neighbors in the block had to put up with thefts, 2:00AM wake ups when he'd come home after his drug runs with his boom box blaring. I don't know how many times the sheriff's office was called on disturbances. One buddy of his was seen with a gun tucked into the back of his trousers.
And yes, this guy had a boy about 3 yrs old that lived in the midst of all this, while the mom worked and collected welfare. They had 3 or 4 pitbulls stationed around their place, which several times got loose and came into our yard. Once, one of them came after me just as I was coming out of the house. When I complained, it was ignored and they acted like somehow I was at fault.
Finally, by an act of "providence" a huge tree limb fell on the couple's bedroom roof during a bad storm, damaging it beyond repair and they finally had to move out.
I heard about 2 yrs later, this guy was arrested and sentenced to prison.
This sort of thing is not what you want living next door to you, or going on in Washington County or ANYWHERE, but it's typical of meth users and cookers, and every means available needs to be brought into play to stop it dead in it's tracts before more lives are ruined or ended. It's a plague and a scourge.
Fedup

Tulsa, OK

#4 Aug 2, 2011
If wahington county is that messed up, it's a direct reflection of who's running things and where the money goes. It certanly does not go for the development of a better bartlesville.
Senior citizen

Ashburn, VA

#5 Aug 2, 2011
Just maybe since we have a new D.A. the LE in Washington county will work to get the bad guys. One can only hope. And they wonder why we want open carry on the books.
mamaTrain

Cincinnati, OH

#6 Feb 9, 2012
Meth Lab Crackdown in Kentucky - YouTube

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