Belle meth labs found after phone tip...

Belle meth labs found after phone tips, deputies say

There are 34 comments on the Charleston Gazette story from Apr 9, 2013, titled Belle meth labs found after phone tips, deputies say. In it, Charleston Gazette reports that:

Neighbors called police after seeing two suspicious men wearing backpacks along U.S. Route 60 near Witcher Creek Road, Cpl.

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Anonymous

Charleston, WV

#1 Apr 11, 2013
does ne1 no if cj and his sister are out on bail or wuts goin on wit em?
Laughing

Charleston, WV

#2 Apr 11, 2013
It was just a matter of time. I was surprised when I didn't notice a few other names on the list.
white trash at it finest

Charleston, WV

#3 Apr 11, 2013
There good kids,,so sorry this is happening to them, its not them but there addiction,
murder

Charleston, WV

#4 Apr 11, 2013
white trash at it finest wrote:
There good kids,,so sorry this is happening to them, its not them but there addiction,
But they made that choice to get addicted. They could not have been blind the past few years with people getting arrested, losing their homes and children and jobs due to DRUGS. Not to mention, they knew people who were victims of people who stole to satisfy their addictions?

So good people work at being good, bad people just screw up - God made us all that's true. Let's hope they get rehab and get out of prison and stay straight.
Laughing

Charleston, WV

#5 Apr 12, 2013
white trash at it finest wrote:
There good kids,,so sorry this is happening to them, its not them but there addiction,
Good kids? My definition must be completely different. You must be close to someone that was arrested. I feel sorry for everyone other than the ones arrested.
dont judge

United States

#6 Apr 12, 2013
murder wrote:
<quoted text>But they made that choice to get addicted. They could not have been blind the past few years with people getting arrested, losing their homes and children and jobs due to DRUGS. Not to mention, they knew people who were victims of people who stole to satisfy their addictions?

So good people work at being good, bad people just screw up - God made us all that's true. Let's hope they get rehab and get out of prison and stay straight.
People don't "choose" to get addicted
And just because someone is an addict, does not mean they are a bad person
It means that somewhere in their life they made bad choices that led them down the path to addiction
hahaha

Charleston, WV

#7 Apr 12, 2013
letitrain wrote:
does ne1 no if cj and his sister are out on bail or wuts goin on wit em?
damn, thought you were gonna say it was Eric Meadows, but i forgot he was pretty much ran out of Belle! Look out Creek!!!
Laughing

Charleston, WV

#8 Apr 13, 2013
dont judge wrote:
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People don't "choose" to get addicted
And just because someone is an addict, does not mean they are a bad person
It means that somewhere in their life they made bad choices that led them down the path to addiction
"People don't choose to get addicted." People that are addicted chose to do drugs. No one forced them to do meth, and then later make it. That whole comment was ignorant. Yes, most addicts are bad people. They steal, lie, and cause harm to themselves and others.
Murder

Charleston, WV

#9 Apr 13, 2013
I agree with LAUGHING. These people who make bad choices see what the other addicts do and how they steal and lie to get their buzz. So yes, if they choose to take something they know is VERY ADDICTIVE, it is their fault. They can't remain a good person afer that - BUT A BAD PERSON who has some redeeming qualities IF THEY ASK FOR HELP...
jjj

Charleston, WV

#10 Apr 15, 2013
who was wearing backpacks? I only heard about the bust of the exxon girl and Jody from up the river and the dude that just got outta jail, Randy? But is this the same story?
disgusted

Charleston, WV

#11 Apr 15, 2013
A 17 year old boy was involved in one of them, sad world nowadays..
wow

Pittsburgh, PA

#12 Apr 19, 2013
I'm this is all you people have to do!
Prayerworks

Charleston, WV

#13 Apr 27, 2013
The Girl had been beaten very bad by her former boyfriend her mother is a crack head.The girls brother had been abused by his father all his child hood life and was forced to do drugs by his dad at a early age.As for the 17 teen year old he got involved with the wrong crowd.They are out of jail and the girl now has lost her home clothes and job because of the people she her brother let in her house while she was asleep.When the girl got out of jail last week.Her own familie would not let her stay with them and never even offered to by her a clean pair of pants or a shirt.I just hope this will teach them a lesson.But truthfully never judge someone till you know their story.These kids lived a child hood in hell.All we can do know is Pray God will bring the right people in their life and keep the bad ones out.
Laughing

Charleston, WV

#14 Apr 27, 2013
I am sorry to hear about their childhood, but still there is no excuse. People can choose to change, they did not. You can defend them all you want. The truth is, they deserve to stay in jail until they're clean. Don't be a part of the problem, be a part of the solution. If they run the streets making meth, they're only getting others addicted and possibly children. Maybe the ones that got away with helping those that did get arrested, will soon slip up and get arrested. I believe if you take the drug dealers to and from the dope house, you're an accomplice. If you let the drug dealer use your car to go to the dope house and get the things to make the meth, you're an accomplice. Hopefully I will see their mogshot soon.
Idiot detector

Charleston, WV

#15 Apr 27, 2013
murder wrote:
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But they made that choice to get addicted. They could not have been blind the past few years with people getting arrested, losing their homes and children and jobs due to DRUGS. Not to mention, they knew people who were victims of people who stole to satisfy their addictions?
So good people work at being good, bad people just screw up - God made us all that's true. Let's hope they get rehab and get out of prison and stay straight.
,,, I don't think anyone chooses to get addicted, just to use
murder

Charleston, WV

#16 Apr 27, 2013
Laughing wrote:
I am sorry to hear about their childhood, but still there is no excuse. People can choose to change, they did not. You can defend them all you want. The truth is, they deserve to stay in jail until they're clean. Don't be a part of the problem, be a part of the solution. If they run the streets making meth, they're only getting others addicted and possibly children. Maybe the ones that got away with helping those that did get arrested, will soon slip up and get arrested. I believe if you take the drug dealers to and from the dope house, you're an accomplice. If you let the drug dealer use your car to go to the dope house and get the things to make the meth, you're an accomplice. Hopefully I will see their mogshot soon.
I totally agree with you. In my neighborhood there was a guy who fit all the criteria of a dysfunctional childhood, being abused, beaten, watching criminal acts done by their parents, the works. In those days if Welfare was called, they generally tried to keep a child with the parents plus at one time it was not annonymous, therefore it was dangerous to try to get help.

Anyway, the fella is well over 30 years old - in and out of prison and people (including me) enabling him so long by giving him money, rides, a place to stay, then he'd even rob us and the neighbors which of course the neighbors were furuious at ones who helped him stay close to them - on and on - for years - still no change, so non-caring about biting the hand that "fed him" - finally we all gave up and now he is bitter at people who were good to him all his life til it was in everybody's best interest in the area to STOP ALLOWING him to make people around him his VICTIMS.

People can cry the "they are good" "it's not their fault" - they are still just as dangerous to society no matter whose fault it is. We have to be realistic and just say - THE DRUGS TURNED them into monsters - time to get rid of the monsters, you can't reason with them at all. There may be hope for - 1 out of 20, but basically you are an accessory after the fact (morally) for giving help to known criminals....
Prayerworks

Charleston, WV

#17 Apr 27, 2013
Laughing wrote:
I am sorry to hear about their childhood, but still there is no excuse. People can choose to change, they did not. You can defend them all you want. The truth is, they deserve to stay in jail until they're clean. Don't be a part of the problem, be a part of the solution. If they run the streets making meth, they're only getting others addicted and possibly children. Maybe the ones that got away with helping those that did get arrested, will soon slip up and get arrested. I believe if you take the drug dealers to and from the dope house, you're an accomplice. If you let the drug dealer use your car to go to the dope house and get the things to make the meth, you're an accomplice. Hopefully I will see their mogshot soon.
I am not defending them I think they need help and Jail hopefully will open their eyes my point is these kids didn't have much love or tenderness and got with the wrong crowd if people like you would not degrade them and put them down maybe when they get clean encouraging words like you can get off drugs you can Chang your life .Put it in Gods hands my child and just watch what he can do for you.If you are out there and you are on Drugs,Trust me there's a better way.And no matter what you have done or been through God will forgive you and take you out of that world just a little faith will Chang your whole life.Get help
Laughing

Charleston, WV

#18 Apr 28, 2013
Idiot detector wrote:
<quoted text>,,, I don't think anyone chooses to get addicted, just to use
That is like saying those that choose to over eat, it isn't their fault that they're obese. Funny cause last time I checked everyone knows the consequence of doing drugs.
Laughing

Charleston, WV

#19 Apr 28, 2013
Prayerworks wrote:
<quoted text> I am not defending them I think they need help and Jail hopefully will open their eyes my point is these kids didn't have much love or tenderness and got with the wrong crowd if people like you would not degrade them and put them down maybe when they get clean encouraging words like you can get off drugs you can Chang your life .Put it in Gods hands my child and just watch what he can do for you.If you are out there and you are on Drugs,Trust me there's a better way.And no matter what you have done or been through God will forgive you and take you out of that world just a little faith will Chang your whole life.Get help
I didn't grow up with the best parents either. One stayed high on drugs and the other was an alcoholic. Not to mention both were extremely abusive. That didn't turn me into a drug addict. I am a better person because of them. I chose to stay away from those type of people. I was never putting anyone down. I just get fed up when people like you defend those that choose to follow in their parents footsteps. I mean they should know from their childhood that doing drugs only causes pain and trouble. I seen a life like that first hand, and I am not like my parents. So, now what is your defense for them? Oh before anyone says it is the wrong crowd or they are forced to do it. Think about it. Cause that isn't an excuse or a defense.
Prayerworks

Charleston, WV

#20 Apr 28, 2013
Laughing wrote:
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I didn't grow up with the best parents either. One stayed high on drugs and the other was an alcoholic. Not to mention both were extremely abusive. That didn't turn me into a drug addict. I am a better person because of them. I chose to stay away from those type of people. I was never putting anyone down. I just get fed up when people like you defend those that choose to follow in their parents footsteps. I mean they should know from their childhood that doing drugs only causes pain and trouble. I seen a life like that first hand, and I am not like he is ther only my parents. So, now what is your defense for them? Oh before anyone says it is the wrong crowd or they are forced to do it. Think about it. Cause that isn't an excuse or a defense.
No one is blaming their parents.What they did is wrong and they will and are paying for it.But who are you top Judge them i didn't know god gave you that job since you are so worried about it and nosy why don't you start paying their bills.Oh and while I am at it Since you are so Good at Judging people why don't you start on your own Judgmental ways.It seems like you are so good at pointing out every one else's mistakes that you have over looked your own Faults.3670

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