Meth lab explosion near Burnsville

Meth lab explosion near Burnsville

There are 48 comments on the Newms360.com story from Apr 26, 2012, titled Meth lab explosion near Burnsville. In it, Newms360.com reports that:

On Thursday, April 26, at approximately 2 a.m., the Tishomingo County 911 Office received a call in reference to an explosion and fire on County Road 206 near the Tishomingo / Prentiss County line off Highway 365.

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Tishomingo, MS

#1 Apr 27, 2012
Sad for the loss.
Glad for the arrest.
Camper

Jackson, MS

#3 Apr 27, 2012
I have a camper for sale if they need a replacement.
HaHa

Prattville, AL

#5 Apr 28, 2012
[QUOTE who="?"]Sad for the loss.
Glad for the arrest.[/QUOTE]
You don't know what your talkin about he wasn't even in the house making it obviously since he two is not dead.
Duh

Jackson, MS

#6 Apr 28, 2012
HaHa wrote:
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You don't know what your talkin about he wasn't even in the house making it obviously since he two is not dead.
Where did the poster say or imply the arrested was in the house?
thinking

Prattville, AL

#7 Apr 28, 2012
So, there really is something here worse than drinking a beer...
Shhhhhh

Jackson, MS

#8 Apr 28, 2012
thinking wrote:
So, there really is something here worse than drinking a beer...
Keep that quiet, boy! You want the thumpers to find out?
neveramazed

Iuka, MS

#9 Apr 28, 2012
He was arrested bc the camper was on his& his gf's property...get it right!!! The chargers want stick
howdy do

Tishomingo, MS

#10 Apr 29, 2012
Only good thing to ever come outta Burnsville is Hwy 72.
Getitright

Prattville, AL

#11 Apr 29, 2012
Your right it was on his prop he's already out thank lord. Trying to be a good man by letting a friend stay there what is he opposed to do babysit him an watch every move he makes?
guest

United States

#13 Apr 29, 2012
Getitright wrote:
Your right it was on his prop he's already out thank lord. Trying to be a good man by letting a friend stay there what is he opposed to do babysit him an watch every move he makes?
He was not letting anyone stay there. Russell has a wife and kids in Iuka that he lived with. Him and Skinner have been friends for a long time.
waylon jones

Carriere, MS

#14 Apr 29, 2012
Meth sucks. Anyone who does it sucks as well. Go to hell meth users. You and your nasty teeth
haha

United States

#16 May 1, 2012
waylon jones wrote:
Meth sucks. Anyone who does it sucks as well. Go to hell meth users. You and your nasty teeth
don't forget the craters on their faces!!
Just Sayin

Booneville, MS

#17 May 1, 2012
waylon jones wrote:
Meth sucks. Anyone who does it sucks as well. Go to hell meth users. You and your nasty teeth
What a really sorry thing to say about someone you know nothing about. This man who died had a mother, a wife and children. No matter what his addiction, he was a human who needed a little compassion and not your self centered judgement. People like you always make me so thankful that YOU are not my Judge!
Thats right

United States

#19 May 6, 2012
Just Sayin wrote:
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What a really sorry thing to say about someone you know nothing about. This man who died had a mother, a wife and children. No matter what his addiction, he was a human who needed a little compassion and not your self centered judgement. People like you always make me so thankful that YOU are not my Judge!
If he was just an addict maybe, but they were cooking it to sell. Meth cookers should be shot for creating that posion! Think about how many kids lives your poor soul might have hurt.
Just Sayin

Booneville, MS

#20 May 6, 2012
Thats right wrote:
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If he was just an addict maybe, but they were cooking it to sell. Meth cookers should be shot for creating that posion! Think about how many kids lives your poor soul might have hurt.
It wasn't a very smart thing to do, but the poor guy paid the ultimate price for being "stupid". Most people doend up paying that price but, I'm not going to risk going to hell just so I can judge and condem them. That is being Really Stupid!
Really

Booneville, MS

#21 May 6, 2012
Just Sayin wrote:
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What a really sorry thing to say about someone you know nothing about. This man who died had a mother, a wife and children. No matter what his addiction, he was a human who needed a little compassion and not your self centered judgement. People like you always make me so thankful that YOU are not my Judge!
I'll understand someone's addiction, but the explosion came from him cooking. "Cooking" meaning making. Making means selling. You're right, he had a mother, we all do! But if you think I feel sorry for a meth pusher, you're beyond stupid.
Just Sayin

Booneville, MS

#22 May 8, 2012
Really wrote:
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I'll understand someone's addiction, but the explosion came from him cooking. "Cooking" meaning making. Making means selling. You're right, he had a mother, we all do! But if you think I feel sorry for a meth pusher, you're beyond stupid.
This "meth pusher" is dead. He doesn't really need your sympathy, BUT I'm sure his family does.
here is ur pacifier
#23 May 26, 2012
Powerpig wrote:
Ashes to ashes dust to dust If that idiot haven't been mixing them chemicals he'd still be with us.
you are a very sorry person if i knew who u were Id beat the living hell out u, ur a pathetic piece of shit!! punk ass bitch
tubby

Jackson, MS

#24 May 26, 2012
LORETO TENN. VOTERS OK PACKAGED LIQUOR SALES Jon Pettus said it was evident by Tuesday S ELECTION results that Loreto residents realize the need for the town to increase revenue he said they took a step in that direction by approving the sale of packaged liquor inside the city limits the measure was approved by a 152-75 vote. I said along that this was not about alcohol it was about revenue for the town said pettus a loretto resident who spearheaded the effort. This was about increasing revenue for the town and about economic growth at present city businesses can only sell beer Tuesdays referendum was the first time in 20 years residents had a chance to determine whether packaged liquor could be sold in loretto town officials must now determine how to proceed and when businesses can start selling loretto mayor fred simbeck said allowing packaged liquor to be sold will likely bring in new business to the town we hope it will be an economic shot for us simbeck said in a small town like ours any kind of new tax increase will help pettus said ton officials estimate the sale of packaged liquor will produce $40.000-$50.000 a year in tax revenue we have people driving through here to get to areas where packaged liquor is sold pettus said we’re surrounded by cities that sell (liquor)now Lawrenceburgmoney Pulaski and Florence we re losing that tax money to those towns this will give us a chance to keep that money
rh

Tishomingo, MS

#25 May 26, 2012
here is ur pacifier wrote:
<quoted text>you are a very sorry person if i knew who u were Id beat the living hell out u, ur a pathetic piece of shit!! punk ass bitch
Why? After all , it is the truth.

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