Drug bust in Blytheville yields over ...

Drug bust in Blytheville yields over $1,000 worth of drugs found

There are 13 comments on the KAIT-TV story from Nov 21, 2012, titled Drug bust in Blytheville yields over $1,000 worth of drugs found. In it, KAIT-TV reports that:

BLYTHEVILLE, AR - Several Region 8 law enforcement agencies bust a suspected drug house.

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De man

United States

#1 Nov 21, 2012
Wow only a grand worth that's all lmao good use of taxpayers money
U Duh man

Little Rock, AR

#2 Nov 21, 2012
De man wrote:
Wow only a grand worth that's all lmao good use of taxpayers money
Maybe you should read the whole thing and not just the headline 65 grand along with guns off the street is a great use of taxpayers money.
LOL 1000

Blytheville, AR

#3 Nov 21, 2012
U Duh man wrote:
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Maybe you should read the whole thing and not just the headline 65 grand along with guns off the street is a great use of taxpayers money.
On Nov. 9, DTF officers, along with officers from the Blytheville Police Department, Osceola Police Department and Mississippi County Sheriff's Department, executed a search warrant at a residence on Birch Street in Blytheville -- home to Toddtray Williams. Williams and an unidentified female were in the home at the time, and upon search, officers located 3.7 grams of methamphetamine, 2.7 grams of crack cocaine, 5.5 grams of marijuana, digital scales, baggies and a loaded SKS semi-automatic assault rifle. The drugs had an approximate street value of $1,000. <<<<<<< <<<<<<< <<<<<<< <<<
LOL 64000

Little Rock, AR

#4 Nov 22, 2012
On Nov. 14, officers executed a search warrant at the residence of Melody Webb, 37, on South 15th Street. Webb was at home, along with three children, ranging form 20 days old to 17 years old. During the search, officers located 6.4 ounces of cocaine, 16.5 ounces of methamphetamine, digital scales, packaging material and a loaded Walther .22 caliber semi-automatic handgun. All of the drug evidence was found in the bedroom of Webb's 17-year-old daughter. The oldest daughter and Webb were both taken into custody and charged with trafficking (methamphetamine), possession of a controlled substance with the purpose to deliver (cocaine), possession of drug paraphernalia and simultaneous possession of drugs and a firearm. Webb received additional charges of endangering the welfare of a minor and being a convicted felon in possession of a firearm. Webb was released on a $200,000 bond, and her daughter was released to family but will be charged as an adult. The cocaine and meth seized had a combined street value of approximately $64,000.
LOL 64000

Little Rock, AR

#5 Nov 22, 2012
and taking .50 cents from a piece of sh1t dope dealer is funny as h@ll and worth it
curious

Lake City, AR

#6 Nov 23, 2012
Also got over a pound of ice and 6ounces of crack. So it seems their not doing to bad.
De man

United States

#7 Nov 24, 2012
U people think that's alot of weight turn off your soaps and get out more don't get it twisted blyvegas is a corrupt city
De man

United States

#8 Nov 24, 2012
U Duh man wrote:
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Maybe you should read the whole thing and not just the headline 65 grand along with guns off the street is a great use of taxpayers money.
I did read it all blyvegas prints those bust once in a blue moon to appease the feeble minded people of blyvegas into thinking there doing something on the Meth war!!
only in blytheville

Blytheville, AR

#10 Jun 19, 2014
Yet they remain free to this day
Only in Arkansas

Little Rock, AR

#11 Jun 19, 2014
The Governor says it's cause we gotta save our precious prisons for the real bad people not the drug dealers
citizen

Alexander, AR

#12 Jun 19, 2014
only in blytheville wrote:
Yet they remain free to this day
How
Do you know Her

Bowling Green, KY

#13 Jun 19, 2014
Does anyone know Flo Ek ? Who is she married to?
Only in Arkansas

Little Rock, AR

#14 Jun 19, 2014
http://wreg.com/2013/08/12/federal-drug-sente...

(Memphis) Tax payers spend $80 billion a year on federal prisoners.
The Department of Justice says jails all around the country are full of convicted drug offenders waiting for room to open up at a state or federal prison. They say loosening the drug sentencing guidelines could help with that problem. It`s all a part of a prison reform package the Obama Administration is taking on, hoping lawmakers will approve it. The plan doesn`t punish drug offenders, who have no ties to gangs or big time drug dealers with charges, by sending them to prison.
The new plan saves room in prison for the high level and violent drug traffickers. An Arkansas state law very similar to this federal plan is already in place. It puts first time non-violent offenders on probation instead of jail. We spoke with District Prosecuting Attorney Scott Ellington who`s in Jonesboro and he claims the law cuts down on inmates, but it wastes manpower and tax dollars because they have to keep arresting the same people over and over.“It generally has to be a multiple time offender before we can send them to the penitentiary on drug charges,” said Ellington. J`Meco Davis was locked up on drug charges and believes his time in jail was the wakeup call he needed, but he thinks jobs not jail time is the real issue.“They`re not trying to give me my own thing so I`m going to be my own boss. Put enough jobs out here for the population,” said Davis. The federal plan saves tax payers billions, but this some Memphians told News Channel 3 they believe some people may need to go to jail to learn a lesson.
The new plan takes the amount of drugs an offender has on them out of the charging mix. It also lets elderly drug offenders who have served a lot of time out of prison.

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