Multiple Meth Bust In Adams County

Multiple Meth Bust In Adams County

There are 286 comments on the WKRC-TV Cincinnati story from Feb 27, 2010, titled Multiple Meth Bust In Adams County. In it, WKRC-TV Cincinnati reports that:

An early morning traffic stop leads to a big find and multiple arrests in Adams County.

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MNave

Bluefield, WV

#107 Mar 4, 2010
Mom in New Mexico wrote:
I used meth every day for six years. I have been clean since Feb.18, 2006. I know how horrible the cycle of addiction can be. I agree you must empathize with these addicts, but there comes a time when "tough love" is needed. I became addicted to meth in my hometown when I was 19. I tried to get clean by moving away. It didn't work. I came back more strung out than when I left. It ultimately took ME deciding that I was done, in addition to the fear of losing my then boyfriend and now beloved husband. We were both addicted when we met; we used together; we quit together. I do not think I would have quit for just me; and that is the problem with most meth users. Their self worth is so low they don't even think they are worth saving. Believe me, I know.
That being said, I absolutely would be just as harsh on my own family if I found out they were using, ESPECIALLY meth. I can't help it. Like I said, I can EMPATHIZE with those stuck in the cycle of addiction. But I DO NOT have any SYMPATHY for them. You always have a choice. Every addict can find a sober person that cares about them and that will support them through recovery if they look.
Just don't look in Adams Co.!!! I never asked anyone to have sympathy...I only hope people try to understand it's an illness and it gets to a point where IT IS out of your control. The best advice would be, don't even try this drug...but for these indivisuals...that is too little too late. There gonna do there time, but what kind of environment will they have to come home too? Hopefully, a positive one! Where they find remorse and understanding....not just tough love!
excuses excuses

Marion, OH

#108 Mar 4, 2010
Anyone can make a mistake. But you are still responsible for those mistakes and have to pay the price for screwing up.
That said, the truth is "MOST" idiots who are meth addicts are scum and can never be saved. Sure a few do end up getting straight. But very few. Some people are just a waste from birth, it's a genetic thing.
If you are STUPID ENOUGH TO BECOME A JUNKIE, you reap what you sow and deserve 100% of it.

I personally am sick of people making excuses for stupidity and for the evil stupid scum inflict on the rest of us.

The best course to take is JUST SAY NO from the beginning.

If you do not have the heart to control yourself and take the smart path in life, I feel no remorse for you.
Mom in New Mexico

Hobbs, NM

#109 Mar 4, 2010
Although I agree with most of what you say, I did not CHOOSE to become a junkie. Meth is a highly addictive substance and you really can get hooked after using it once. I am not making excuses for my poor decision to even "try" meth. It's just not practical to say someone woke up deciding to become a junkie that day.

As for being a waste from birth, you don't need drugs of any kind to fulfill that prophecy. Some people suck without dope.
Mom in New Mexico

Hobbs, NM

#110 Mar 4, 2010
If where you live is so bad, maybe these people should just get busted and go to jail. It would be a better environment than the one you describe, plus they could detox.
MNave

Bluefield, WV

#111 Mar 4, 2010
Mom in New Mexico wrote:
If where you live is so bad, maybe these people should just get busted and go to jail. It would be a better environment than the one you describe, plus they could detox.
You pegged that right...AdamsCo. is slowly sinking into the depths of hell. No place to rehabilitate from anything. No decent programs...just really long memories!! These people are basically condemned for life, before, during and after doing there jail time! Sorry I got so defensive earlier...it was just emotions kicking in. I don't care what they have done they are still human beings and deserve a chance at a normal life. I know it is up to them to strive for that. But in that town your either someone, or your nobody. The people listed had little choice, some where born to drug addicted parents, the rest were poor and couldn't get a break. Sorry if some people don't appreciate the empathy, but I am a Christian and i believe that everyone has the potential within him or herself to be respected member of sociaty. I've been close to were they are...everyone is worth saving. It just takes that person wanting to improve there life. Most of these guys have noone to love them, and show them there is a life out there after meth addiction.
EXACTLY

Marion, OH

#112 Mar 4, 2010
Mom in New Mexico wrote:
..........
As for being a waste from birth, you don't need drugs of any kind to fulfill that prophecy. Some people suck without dope.
EXACTLY RIGHT!
Drugs like meth just make them even more of a pain and drain on society.
Old saying but oh so true----
YOU CAN NOT FIX STUPID!
unknown

United States

#114 Mar 4, 2010
MNave wrote:
<quoted text>You pegged that right...AdamsCo. is slowly sinking into the depths of hell. No place to rehabilitate from anything. No decent programs...just really long memories!! These people are basically condemned for life, before, during and after doing there jail time! Sorry I got so defensive earlier...it was just emotions kicking in. I don't care what they have done they are still human beings and deserve a chance at a normal life. I know it is up to them to strive for that. But in that town your either someone, or your nobody. The people listed had little choice, some where born to drug addicted parents, the rest were poor and couldn't get a break. Sorry if some people don't appreciate the empathy, but I am a Christian and i believe that everyone has the potential within him or herself to be respected member of sociaty. I've been close to were they are...everyone is worth saving. It just takes that person wanting to improve there life. Most of these guys have noone to love them, and show them there is a life out there after meth addiction.
good decent words thanks some one needs to speak for the weak
little miss know it all

Miamisburg, OH

#115 Mar 4, 2010
KILL EM ALL!!
I name to fit the comment

Edison, NJ

#116 Mar 4, 2010
r u scared meth junkie wrote:
the meth junkie posting out of "Coulterville, IL" and going under the names of "Wrong", "You are insane","sayitainttr ue" are all the SAME METH JUNKIE & COOKER!
The cops know who you are too dumbass. They can track your IP. They are waiting for you stupid phucks to post your paranoid whines on here. Now they have zoomed right into your exact address!
ROTFLMAO!
Ya see, us law abiding folks have no fear of what we post because we are not COOKING-SELLING & DOING METH like you are.
YEP, they are coming for you soon. And you'll be buns up in prison, LOL.
That is if some citizen don't cap you first for stealing from them or trying to rob them.
METH JUNKIES..........your days are numbered! WE HAVE HAD ENOUGH OF YOUR CRAP!
You best check into rehab or FLEE.
OH!.........and have a nice day!:)
PS--- all you meth junkies in Pike,Adams,Brown & Scioto counties. WE ARE COMING FOR YOU!!!!!!
You turds in West Portsmouth, McDermott, Rarden & Lucasville in Scioto county next.
Jason is no. 1 on the list!
WE KNOW WHERE YOU ARE HIDING!
RUN! FLEE! but you can not hide. The smell and your rotting teeth and skin will always tell on you!
HAVE A NICE DAY!
:)
LOL - and your name would be??? I don't see your name. I am the four screen names you said and now I've added a fifth. Before I am done there will probably be 7 and 8, just look for Coulterville, IL and you'll know it could be me. Not because I am a "meth junkie cooker," because I like to change the screen to fit the comment, little too challenging for a meth junkie, you think. Go back and read the screen names to the comment, they fit the stupidity I was reading. I'd love for you to come looking for me, but you won't find me "buns up in prison," maybe your buns, not mine. It wouldn't bother me a bit for them to have my IP address, and I am well aware of what can be done on a computer and who can track who! I can only hope I meet you one day on the street so I can flash my pearly whites, fresh breath and youthful skin your way. I'd love to see what yours looks like, probably a dogs ass! You have a nice day. By the way, your comment sounds like a cop gone bad.
Pat Yourself On the Back

Edison, NJ

#117 Mar 4, 2010
MNave wrote:
"The drug known as methanphetamine is known to have a brain-washing affect on most users. It causes the release of certain endorphines which simulate what our brain registers as happiness or a sense of well being. Continued use of the drug seems to cause the user difficulty in determining between real happiness and the false sense of comfort addiction can provide. Therefore, studies have found, that it takes the average meth user approximatly five years to overcome the damage and to once again experience genuinly true happiness." quoted from MTV's "TrueLife:I'm a MethAddict"
I've read all the comments and everyone is free to feel however they see fit. Despite what most people want to believe, meth, as well as all addictions, is a disease. If you have been lucky enough in life, that you have never experienced any addiction issues, then good for you. I commend you. But 78% of our country DOES suffer from some sort of addiction issue. So much so, that our government views it as a disease, which is covered under most healthcare plans. If you have never done meth, then you could not possible understand the attraction, and if you have then you know. The point I'm trying to make is that these people didn't come out of the womb strung out on meth. Society, as well as environment, and upbringing all factor into the level in which an indivisual will allow themselves to sink. I don't have answers as to what will fix it all, but I know what doesn't help at all, and that is exactly what is going on here. Negativity and nastiness doesn't ever solve anything. I know alot of the names on this list because they are my friends. I was lucky enough to have a place to escape to and by doing so i escaped the lifestyle and have been clean for going on 3 years. But alot of these people were born and raised in Adams Co. and have no where else to go. Making it virtually impossible for them to start fresh. As a ex-meth user myself, I would hope that, as a community the citizens of Adams Co., would treat these people with atleast a shred of respect. Regaurdless of whether they get long term jail sentences or not, they will be back, because Peebles is there home. They are the sons and daughters, mothers and fathers, of the next generation, and without some kind of support they will never rehabilitate, and some won't survive.
All I'm trying to say is try to put yourself in the shoes of the families of these listed here as well as others who have drug problems. Everyone has a right to there opinion, but would you be as harsh if it was your mother, father, sister, brother, or friends who suffered from such a distructive disease?
I am using my 6th screen name and that seems to really ruffle someones feathers so they are referring to me as a "meth junkie cooker." Imagine that, all over changing a screen name and making comments that really were nothing compared to some one here. Your comment was inspiring for those of us who have some feelings for anyone addicted to anything, but you have come to the wrong site to make that comment. Most of the people on here are just pure nasty!! Personally, I think those posting these nasty remarks are addicts themself and they are speaking what they think people feel about them. You should be very proud of yourself and you are 100% correct. If they come back to Adams Co they are stuck again. All of them will be back here because all of them have family and or friends here that they can live with. I might be an addict of something, probably food cause I love to eat, but I am not a drug addict, alchoholic or meth addict, so I don't know what it is like to withdraw and try to find happiness again. I can only imagine how tormenting that would be. Thanks for your comment - Good luck and keep on that right track!

Since: Dec 09

Miamisburg, OH

#118 Mar 4, 2010
just say no to dope!!!!!!!!!!
Mom in New Mexico

Hobbs, NM

#119 Mar 5, 2010
But it CAN be done. I had to leave my hometown, where I got hooked, twice before it worked. I sold my car and moved to a big enough city that I could use the bus system and find a job through a temp agence fairly quickly. We lived at the Motel 6 in Denver for four months with three dogs. Let me tell you, when you have your "landlord" beating down the door for daily rent, you only have time to work and sleep. No time to even think about using. I had to stay gone and be sober for two years and be pregnant before I felt I was ready to come home again.

I made the mistake of tracking down my old best friend, just to see how she was doing. My son was about eight weeks old and I did the "pop in" without calling. My friend, her mom and some other lady all each had their own pipe while my friend's two year old daughter watched them get high. The little girl told me "Nana moke blue dope" (She was trying to say smoke but was two)

I wanted to cry. Believe me, I know some people can't see through it. My friend asked me one time what she was supposed to do, take her Nana away? YES!!Anyway, havent talked to that girl in over a year. You just have to decide you are done. I live in my home town and I have no friends. And thats ok. I have my husband, my son, my dogs, and you people out here to chat with. I'm cool with that.

So I am not totally hard to the disease of addiction. I just think meth junkies are exceptionally nasty and the cookers......they are too far gone to save in my book.
EXACTLY RIGHT

Marion, OH

#120 Mar 5, 2010
Mom in New Mexico wrote:
.......... I just think meth junkies are exceptionally nasty and the cookers......they are too far gone to save in my book.
You got that right 100%

Be smart, be proud, be strong and JUST SAY NO!
:)
Die and do us a favor

Miamisburg, OH

#121 Mar 5, 2010
You idiots out there selling drugs need to quit, plain and simple, I am sick of watching you drug selling welfare getting, double dipping morons selling drugs in the vicinity of my kids. I know who you are, Hell.. everyone does, you get what you deserve and I only wish that you suffer as much as the honest homes around you do while you live, you are a piece of crap and dont deserve to breath while you spread poison, DIEEEEEEEE
wOw

Fairfield, OH

#122 Mar 5, 2010
Die and do us a favor wrote:
You idiots out there selling drugs need to quit, plain and simple, I am sick of watching you drug selling welfare getting, double dipping morons selling drugs in the vicinity of my kids. I know who you are, Hell.. everyone does, you get what you deserve and I only wish that you suffer as much as the honest homes around you do while you live, you are a piece of crap and dont deserve to breath while you spread poison, DIEEEEEEEE
You are one of them!!! CRAZY!!!
Die and do us a favor

Miamisburg, OH

#123 Mar 6, 2010
wOw wrote:
<quoted text>
You are one of them!!! CRAZY!!!
Yeah, I am one of them. The ones that work for a living while the drug dealers sponge off of the govt and get free meds, you as a taxpayer if you do pay taxes support these asslicks, so the next time you have to pay a 150 dollar copay for taking your kid to the ER, look at the meth head next to you and thank them for helping drive this economy down further while they get their free visit and free meds for their fake cough. Sometimes I do get wound up, but its these idiots that do nothing for a living and get away with it while getting everything for free.
I know

United States

#124 Mar 6, 2010
about four days after the bust i did call and the jailer told me herself that candace was released from jail. Also the newspaper stated that as of press time candace and the older lady were released until they get served their warrent. But she might be back in i haven't heard.
I know

United States

#125 Mar 6, 2010
By the way i had a meth addict in my family. It was awful. Thank god they no longer are. Drop old friends droP old habits. Everyday is a battle but i can proudly say that its been 5 years and staying clean!
your wrong

United States

#126 Mar 6, 2010
I know wrote:
about four days after the bust i did call and the jailer told me herself that candace was released from jail. Also the newspaper stated that as of press time candace and the older lady were released until they get served their warrent. But she might be back in i haven't heard.
Well you haven't called lately because she is in there.
unknown

Orange Park, FL

#127 Mar 6, 2010
its about time.

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