Police: Business partners arrested in...

Police: Business partners arrested in drug bust

There are 82 comments on the York Dispatch story from Aug 22, 2008, titled Police: Business partners arrested in drug bust. In it, York Dispatch reports that:

People driving past Fully Loaded Automotive on Roosevelt Avenue in York City Friday morning were treated to a somewhat confusing message on the business' changeable message sign: "FULLY UNLOADED BY BILL GRAFF." ...

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betty

Tuscaloosa, AL

#1 Aug 22, 2008
"I had a good chuckle over it said bill graff".... i dont think this is a laughing matter.I cant believe they made a joke of the situation. That shows very poor taste.
bmore orioles love

York, PA

#2 Aug 22, 2008
damn marty with the coke now the white boys with the weed this town is runnin dry im moving! lmao
tjyc

Riverside, NJ

#3 Aug 22, 2008
well white's go to jail too!!

You cant have more then the cops around here!!

They work hard for there lil bit of money!

we drive ford's around here!! Drive a ford and you will be ok in york
crack head

United States

#4 Aug 22, 2008
I heard Fenstermacher ran this operatin from Hershey Park and Nadz from Ocean City, the guys are awsome.

Where is Red Beard?
show and tell

Indianapolis, IN

#5 Aug 22, 2008
betty wrote:
"I had a good chuckle over it said bill graff".... i dont think this is a laughing matter.I cant believe they made a joke of the situation. That shows very poor taste.
what ever.
Jay

Philadelphia, PA

#7 Aug 22, 2008
it all makes a bit more sense now. the value of the vehicles owned by fully loaded never seemed to match the volume of business they did.
stan

Roxbury, PA

#8 Aug 22, 2008
Bill Graff for DA
steve s girl

Port Huron, MI

#9 Aug 22, 2008
I think the sign was cute and funny. Just because they do what they do for a living, they can have fun on the JOB> We all do.
mr obvious

Harrisburg, PA

#10 Aug 22, 2008
Sure a good thing they got all that dangerous marijuana off the streets(50 pounds isn't very much). What a waste of taxpayer dollars.
bill

Swarthmore, PA

#13 Aug 23, 2008
what use of taxpayer money...that haul at auction will pay for that case 3 times over. talk about funny the drug dealers payin the police to arrest them.....life is great.
LibertyFirst

United States

#14 Aug 23, 2008
At least these guys did not leave a baby in a van to die!!! Oh wait, no charges for that offense. No one ever died from smoking pot.
bmore orioles love

York, PA

#15 Aug 23, 2008
LibertyFirst wrote:
At least these guys did not leave a baby in a van to die!!! Oh wait, no charges for that offense. No one ever died from smoking pot.
good one,this is a crazy world 1 mill bail for weed, dead baby? go free? doesnt add up!
Observer

Nashville, TN

#17 Aug 23, 2008
Anyone who pays attention can clearly understand the "political" environment has shifted away from Pot enforcement because of how drastically the sentences have been reduced in the courts. There are constant high level calls for legalization of pot, but the ONLY reason it is not moving forward is because of the Liquor Lobbies power on Capitol Hill. Liquor Corps are running scared about this, and how it will effect their profit base. A bust like this is a waste of time and resources, and is nothing more than grandstanding and "high seas" pirate robbery on behalf of the enforcement agencies who raid peoples homes and businesses for pot just so the can attempt steal anything of value to sell to their buddies and family members at "so called" police auctions. What a joke! Go fight REAL violent crime you worthless Revenuers, because that's all you have become...thugs with a badge, and a legal right to steal, and say what ever you want the propagandist media to print for you. Quote Forrest Gump; "And that's all I got to say "bout that".
fully loaded supporter

Plymouth, MI

#18 Aug 23, 2008
this is ridiculous. i know not one person who has died from weed. in fact.. people make way worse decisions when drinking then smoking weed. the cops have a lot of nerve doing that to the fully loaded sign. its a really good business that does awesome stuff! i agree.. focus on killers.
Observer

Nashville, TN

#20 Aug 23, 2008
Hey Fully Loaded Supporter - There's no "money" to be made in chasing and prosecuting killers and violent crimers. Our federal and local Revenuers...oh, excuse me law enforcement officers...learned their lessons well from the example of this nations foreign policy - "Go where the money flows and Take Ya Some! It's all about revenue generation my friend. True law enforcement rarely exists now, that's why violent crime is skyrocketing. God bless them, our police officers are not allowed to go after real criminals any more - they've been forcefully reduced to being the despised Revenuers of old! Let's all sing along now; Money, money, money, money....MONEY.
Hallstar

Walled Lake, MI

#21 Aug 23, 2008
Jay wrote:
it all makes a bit more sense now. the value of the vehicles owned by fully loaded never seemed to match the volume of business they did.
They have $2500 of my money as a deposit on some wheels for my mercedes!!! I guess I'll get it in 15 years or so!!!
Messed Up

Nashville, TN

#22 Aug 23, 2008
The cops are portraying these guys to be a master ring of drug dealers who deal all through out the US. But what I don't understand is if they were so big time then why was their "Big Shipment" only 50lbs, and when they raided "All the Houses" combined all they got was 15,000 cash? Makes no sense. If the cops wanted to do real police work they would have busted the people selling the 50lbs to McMillian and Lindsey. That would have had real affect on the peoples ability to buy pot. At 4500$ that pot was some really expensive stuff. The average pot smoker in this busted US economy isn't willing to spend that kind of money one a bag of pot. The cops didn't have hardly any affect on the peoples ability to buy pot because people are buying the "cheap" stuff from someone else. The cops in this case are no better than some street thug with the badge of authority. Quote: "From the 1215 Roosevelt Ave. business, police seized merchandise including rims, tires and tools. If a judge determines the auto business was connected to the alleged drug-distribution business, the task force will be able to auction off the seized items and keep the money". Fenstermacher said, "It was stuff we thought would have real value". McMillian and Lindsey were reported to have had 50 pounds which is only 22.7 kgs. Thats one of the lowest legal penalalties the government can charge. Other than making money for the bureaucratic system, what's the real point here?..it sure ain't anything "Bigtime". Check out this link. http://www.usdoj.gov/dea/agency/penalties.htm . Go the the bottom of the page and its the 3rd slot up.
Randy

Philadelphia, PA

#23 Aug 23, 2008
I heard Nadz wore hemp underwear during the investigation just to get closer to the case.
to the non thinkers

Arlington, VA

#25 Aug 23, 2008
cops seem to forget that there human as well...and it will come to a point and time when...the people will rise up again....and start protecting ourselves because the cops dont. It seems that petty drug bust are a highlight to their days filled with insecurity. Remember people the police are bigger and more organized than the bloods/crips/mafia/n.r.a...etc .
Hallstar

Denton, MD

#28 Aug 23, 2008
Messed Up wrote:
The cops are portraying these guys to be a master ring of drug dealers who deal all through out the US. But what I don't understand is if they were so big time then why was their "Big Shipment" only 50lbs, and when they raided "All the Houses" combined all they got was 15,000 cash? Makes no sense. If the cops wanted to do real police work they would have busted the people selling the 50lbs to McMillian and Lindsey. That would have had real affect on the peoples ability to buy pot. At 4500$ that pot was some really expensive stuff. The average pot smoker in this busted US economy isn't willing to spend that kind of money one a bag of pot. The cops didn't have hardly any affect on the peoples ability to buy pot because people are buying the "cheap" stuff from someone else. The cops in this case are no better than some street thug with the badge of authority. Quote: "From the 1215 Roosevelt Ave. business, police seized merchandise including rims, tires and tools. If a judge determines the auto business was connected to the alleged drug-distribution business, the task force will be able to auction off the seized items and keep the money". Fenstermacher said, "It was stuff we thought would have real value". McMillian and Lindsey were reported to have had 50 pounds which is only 22.7 kgs. Thats one of the lowest legal penalalties the government can charge. Other than making money for the bureaucratic system, what's the real point here?..it sure ain't anything "Bigtime". Check out this link. http://www.usdoj.gov/dea/agency/penalties.htm . Go the the bottom of the page and its the 3rd slot up.
The weed by itself wouldn't have been a problem...but when you add guns to any drug equation it becomes serious not to mention body armor...growing equipment...ectasy,steroids etc...then it's a problem...commonwealth does not play either...those bonds are astronomical...good luck guys...Whats up with my rims though...I still need them damn it!!!

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