More than 20 arrested in NY drug raids

Police agencies in western New York have rounded up 22 drug suspects in the ninth such operation of the year. Full Story
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doesie

Batavia, NY

#1 Jul 30, 2009
Oh man. the man came and took my stoof away to the burning fields man that what the whos thtat knocking at my door. all i wanted was to smoke some gaunge and the police show up with autimatic weapons and pistols
Life Coach

AOL

#2 Jul 30, 2009
I notice that our usual black-hating posters are silent about this issue.

In their shallow little minds, they like to believe that only black people sell drugs.

Guess what...WHITE people also like to use drugs and they don't all like drive to the east side to get them.

When you idiots stop using drugs,then people will stop selling drugs
upset

Webster, NY

#3 Jul 30, 2009
YAY more money wasted on prosecuting pot heads... just what we needed

praise the lord for such a great law enforcement system and just brilliant lawmakers

god i dont know what we would do if weed was legal

wont someone think of the babies

oh my god the babies!
upset

Webster, NY

#4 Jul 30, 2009
oh yea white people selling drugs

weeds soooo deadly

its the scourge of america

i cant believe we're still wasting tax payers money to prosecute people for weed

coke ok yea but weed?

the fact weed and coke are in the same category shows how absolutely absurdly ignorant the law makers are
mad as hell

United States

#5 Jul 30, 2009
Watch the young boys start to die in the streets, killed by the bosses that are in fear of their telling all. This is a chain reaction that is beyond all of us to stop now. The surrounding cities , and the connection to Rochester, The evocation of the RICO Statute, and they all fell down, ring around the rosey. The guys who made the big bucks will hire top lawyers or disappear, the babies who were the soldiers at nine and ten , then on the grind by age 13, will get funerals. If we ever find the bodies. What a shameless waste of human life. But we really need a Performing Arts Center..What Crap.
mad as hell

United States

#6 Jul 30, 2009
upset wrote:
YAY more money wasted on prosecuting pot heads... just what we needed
praise the lord for such a great law enforcement system and just brilliant lawmakers
god i dont know what we would do if weed was legal
wont someone think of the babies
oh my god the babies!
I can think of almost nothing else. And it seems that the system that took these kids on and oversaw their upbringing sees no kind of accountability for the result. I AM NOT HAVING IT
what you want to hear

Rochester, NY

#7 Jul 30, 2009
Life Coach wrote:
I notice that our usual black-hating posters are silent about this issue.
In their shallow little minds, they like to believe that only black people sell drugs.
Guess what...WHITE people also like to use drugs and they don't all like drive to the east side to get them.
When you idiots stop using drugs,then people will stop selling drugs
20 more blacks thugs gone, 100 more good white peeps saved.
Life Coach

AOL

#8 Jul 30, 2009
upset wrote:
oh yea white people selling drugs
weeds soooo deadly
its the scourge of america
i cant believe we're still wasting tax payers money to prosecute people for weed
coke ok yea but weed?
the fact weed and coke are in the same category shows how absolutely absurdly ignorant the law makers are
Why not legalize all of it?

If the cops think drugs will not be available in teh same area two days after their "big bust" they are crazy

As long as you idiots buy it- somebody is gonna sell it
White Skid

Tonawanda, NY

#9 Jul 30, 2009
Glad they busted those grease-ball Italian wanna-be at JTs. This ain't 1950 Joey, you punk poser. Let's see if Cambria or Daniels can do you some good. I hope not.
Law abiding citizen

Medina, NY

#11 Jul 30, 2009
So the 14 guns removed from the street mean nothing...must be nice to be able to think like that...
upset wrote:
YAY more money wasted on prosecuting pot heads... just what we needed
praise the lord for such a great law enforcement system and just brilliant lawmakers
god i dont know what we would do if weed was legal
wont someone think of the babies
oh my god the babies!
RPDsuks

Rochester, NY

#12 Jul 30, 2009
None were from the City of Rochester and none were arrested by the great RPD.
yoyoyo

Spencerport, NY

#13 Jul 30, 2009
good job get these dirt bags gone
josie

Hilton, NY

#16 Jul 30, 2009
only dolts sell& use drugs!
fwiw

Lancaster, NY

#18 Jul 30, 2009
there's a list of people on the fbi website
Life Coach

AOL

#19 Jul 30, 2009
what you want to hear wrote:
<quoted text>
20 more blacks thugs gone, 100 more good white peeps saved.
I could be wrong, but seeing as these arrests were made on people on the Erie County/Niagara County border areas, they were probably all white
Life Coach

AOL

#20 Jul 30, 2009
Law abiding citizen wrote:
So the 14 guns removed from the street mean nothing...must be nice to be able to think like that...
<quoted text>
When you sell drugs out of your house, you need guns to protect your stash and your money. If they were going to use those guns, they were going to use them on other criminals
Life Coach

AOL

#21 Jul 30, 2009
yoyoyo wrote:
good job get these dirt bags gone
Don't worry. Some other dirt bags are standing by to fill the void
Life Coach

AOL

#22 Jul 30, 2009
Sounds like a healthy mixure of races and ethnisities...With a Jamiacan or two thrown in

FBI Announces Arrests involving an Illegal Narcotics Trafficking Organization

Today, Cory B. Nelson, Acting Special Agent in Charge of the FBI Buffalo Field Office, announces the execution of 22 federal arrest warrants in connection with an illegal narcotics trafficking organization. The following individuals are in custody:

NAME
DATE OF BIRTH

Keith Simmons
02/06/1978

William Hutchins
04/11/1976

Wesley Albert
09/22/1981

Jennifer Rutzen
12/18/1979

Mark Dumond
05/13/1974

Christopher Picone
12/14/1973

Joseph Kozak
06/25/1982

Jonathan Kislack
03/31/1987

Joseph Tomasino
10/01/1964

Jarim Vincent
07/26/1975

Craig Pavis
03/03/1975

Michael Kitcho
04/16/1975

Stephanie Eberz
10/12/1983

Raymond Hutchins
08/03/1979

Kenneth Marshanke
07/17/1985

William Culver
09/04/1983

Scott Brown
03/08/1969

Gary Licht
07/12/1969

Scott Giannone
07/29/1968

Nicole Perfetti
06/27/1980

Charles Perfetti
08/21/1983

Anthony Lamarand
06/04/1980
(currently in fugitive status)


In addition, agents and officers executed 15 federal s
larry

Buffalo, NY

#23 Jul 30, 2009
you mean that we can't buy booger candy with our beer no mo? wuz up wit dat?
Owww stop hitting me

Tonawanda, NY

#24 Jul 30, 2009
Life Coach wrote:
Anthony Lamarand
06/04/1980
(currently in fugitive status)
That's Tony "Brass Knuckles" Lamarand...

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