150 pounds of meth seized in Mexican ...

150 pounds of meth seized in Mexican cartel raid in Inland Empire

There are 44 comments on the Inland Valley Daily Bulletin story from Oct 22, 2009, titled 150 pounds of meth seized in Mexican cartel raid in Inland Empire. In it, Inland Valley Daily Bulletin reports that:

In a heavy hit to a major Mexican drug cartel trafficking drugs through the Inland Empire, authorities said they arrested 25 La Familia members and seized 156 pounds of methamphetamine in a raid on Wednesday.

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Wondering

Rialto, CA

#1 Oct 22, 2009
"They seized massive quantities of meth, cocaine and heroine..."

It's good to hear they also seized a courageous woman. Hopefully, she was brave enough to avoid these drugs.
Jimenez

AOL

#2 Oct 22, 2009
Drugs, Cartels, Beheadings, Kidnapping and Assaults? That can't be true. Because the activists and immigration rights leaders have told us that people only come here from Mexico to work and better their lives.
.... Oh wait, if you're making millions of dollars from drugs and murdering people maybe that would be considered bettering your life.
AbilityCo

La Jolla, CA

#4 Oct 22, 2009
Riverside and Corona are where they've mixed grinding hangers powder with cocaine to fool government officials while traveling to and from the borders. More raids on illegal non-profit organizations.
sick of dope labs

Sherman Oaks, CA

#5 Oct 22, 2009
Wish they would raid a handful of mobile homes located at 8300 cherry ave, in Cherry Estates Mobile Home Park, in Fontana Ca, They could quite possibly seize another 150 pounds of meth, That is unless San Bernardino Sheriffs don't tip the dealers off first
Uncle Ron

Santa Ana, CA

#6 Oct 22, 2009
sick of dope labs wrote:
Wish they would raid a handful of mobile homes located at 8300 cherry ave, in Cherry Estates Mobile Home Park, in Fontana Ca, They could quite possibly seize another 150 pounds of meth, That is unless San Bernardino Sheriffs don't tip the dealers off first
I see another citizen has been instructed in the wisdom that is the modern day police force. Remember, each police cruiser has a unique number on the side. Document it.
Joaquin O

AOL

#7 Oct 22, 2009
Uncle Ron wrote:
<quoted text>
I see another citizen has been instructed in the wisdom that is the modern day police force. Remember, each police cruiser has a unique number on the side. Document it.
Lol, nothing for him to document, since hes's talking out of his assssssss ! Maybe he's one of your nephews? I can "hear" the family resemblance.
halkshaw

San Bruno, CA

#8 Oct 23, 2009
It great that and a movement is being made. The fact is we have 2 million gang members in S. Ca. the go out and rap rob steal murder sell drugs every day. We have hundreds of thousands of victims every day the fact is nobody is doing any thing. their no plan by the State to round up the Gang members their no movement for a gang free Ca. If any one was serious about getting rid of gangs they would do something. The only people working on the problem is a panel of Federal judges their plan is to release 40,000 inmates. their a good chance they will generate 500,000 victims of crime. Many people are afarid to report ctime most people have given up it takes to long to report when nothing is going to happen. Crime stats do not mean a think because most people do not report them. We need to tax the properties where gang members live $5,000 a year per member. so if they live in three apartment in one year that i $15,000. The only way to get rid of them is a bounty or a tax on them. The free market system will get rid of them. Nobody want to do any thing. Why because they have families and they know they will fight back. That why we need the ARMY MARINES to round them all up. One clean sweep. We all pay the price for gang members. If you will not go after then at least tax them. They are all in to enterprising business . They make millions tax them. Do something we have 2 million of them.
909 Forever

Kapolei, HI

#9 Oct 23, 2009
beheadings,kidnappings and murder,and what i heard from my relatives down in Mexico they will pull out all your teeth with pliers in order to get that money out of your bank account.
halkshaw

San Bruno, CA

#10 Oct 23, 2009
909 Forever wrote:
beheadings,kidnappings and murder,and what i heard from my relatives down in Mexico they will pull out all your teeth with pliers in order to get that money out of your bank account.
A great place to vist.
Congress

Hesperia, CA

#11 Oct 23, 2009
Let's all pat ourselves on the back for keeping those borders open. Mexicans are just doing the jobs that Americans won't do. Beheadings, Kidnappings, pulling teeth out with pliers. What a great and proud people these Mexicans must be.

Sincerely,

Congress
Tom Mc Clintock

Placentia, CA

#12 Oct 23, 2009
Let us all thank Harry Reid, Nancy Pelosi & President Obama for their inaction on everything vital to our security.They won't consider closing ANY borders, address the military issues in Afghanistan, Iran or ANYWHERE.Mid terms are coming... pray that they will lose the House & Senate.
HumbertoRamonVag ina

Rancho Cucamonga, CA

#13 Oct 23, 2009
I iz so glad they get these dirty mexeekins out of here. they smell, they are very fat, and lazy.
dst

Long Beach, CA

#14 Oct 23, 2009
Where were the Highland or San Bernardino Police, lets guess Highland Police sleeping in their cars or at the donut shop ant the San Bernardino Police beating or shooting someone. Wish we in Highland had some protection. Vote out the bums not representing us.
SOCAL FAN

Fontana, CA

#15 Oct 23, 2009
HumbertoRamonVagina wrote:
I iz so glad they get these dirty mexeekins out of here. they smell, they are very fat, and lazy.
Learn how to write first moron.Then you can post your nonsense.
ksmyass

Lakewood, CA

#16 Oct 23, 2009
HumbertoRamonVagina wrote:
I iz so glad they get these dirty mexeekins out of here. they smell, they are very fat, and lazy.
Another dead head ignoramus. You sound like such a loser with absolutly nothing to say.
Pat

North Las Vegas, NV

#17 Oct 23, 2009
It is spelled HEROIN. Who in hell reanscribes these reports.
This "online edition" is rife with spelling errors. Patheic.
Anyone who pays to read this paper is a sucker.
Pat

North Las Vegas, NV

#18 Oct 23, 2009
Congress wrote:
Let's all pat ourselves on the back for keeping those borders open. Mexicans are just doing the jobs that Americans won't do. Beheadings, Kidnappings, pulling teeth out with pliers. What a great and proud people these Mexicans must be.
Sincerely,
Congress
Two words, idiot. abu ghraib.
Pat

North Las Vegas, NV

#19 Oct 23, 2009
Tom Mc Clintock wrote:
Let us all thank Harry Reid, Nancy Pelosi & President Obama for their inaction on everything vital to our security.They won't consider closing ANY borders, address the military issues in Afghanistan, Iran or ANYWHERE.Mid terms are coming... pray that they will lose the House & Senate.
This has nothing to do with the border, genius. There are more mega meth labs in the I.E. than you could imagine. When's there's a demand for something, there WILL BE a supply. Remember prohibition? You write like a ill-informed old fart. Same thing, imbecile.
Pat

North Las Vegas, NV

#21 Oct 23, 2009
halkshaw wrote:
It great that and a movement is being made. The fact is we have 2 million gang members in S. Ca. the go out and rap rob steal murder sell drugs every day. We have hundreds of thousands of victims every day the fact is nobody is doing any thing. their no plan by the State to round up the Gang members their no movement for a gang free Ca. If any one was serious about getting rid of gangs they would do something. The only people working on the problem is a panel of Federal judges their plan is to release 40,000 inmates. their a good chance they will generate 500,000 victims of crime. Many people are afarid to report ctime most people have given up it takes to long to report when nothing is going to happen. Crime stats do not mean a think because most people do not report them. We need to tax the properties where gang members live $5,000 a year per member. so if they live in three apartment in one year that i $15,000. The only way to get rid of them is a bounty or a tax on them. The free market system will get rid of them. Nobody want to do any thing. Why because they have families and they know they will fight back. That why we need the ARMY MARINES to round them all up. One clean sweep. We all pay the price for gang members. If you will not go after then at least tax them. They are all in to enterprising business . They make millions tax them. Do something we have 2 million of them.
What a stellar idea. Taxing illegal activity. What would you propose the tax be for, say, Murder? 150 a head?
My god ignorance is rampant in your state. You all deserve each other.
2nd grade English Teacher

Hesperia, CA

#22 Oct 23, 2009
Pat wrote:
It is spelled HEROIN. Who in hell reanscribes these reports.
This "online edition" is rife with spelling errors. Patheic.
Anyone who pays to read this paper is a sucker.
"Patheic" ?????

Nice spelling you stupid tool!

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