College students arrested selling pot...

College students arrested selling pot from dorm room

There are 36 comments on the KFOR story from Nov 5, 2009, titled College students arrested selling pot from dorm room. In it, KFOR reports that:

Two college basketball players were busted during an undercover sting operation.

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Teren

Oklahoma City, OK

#1 Nov 5, 2009
As Bob Dylan once said, "To live outside the law, you must be honesg."
greg

Oklahoma City, OK

#2 Nov 5, 2009
How silly it's time we stop busting folks for smoking pot. My goodness what an idiotic country that lets cigarettes be legal and pot illegal. Pot has so many medicinal purposes, and is so much safer and better than booze. Better if you don't have to smoke it but it isn't even close the amount of carcinigens in pot smoke compared to cigarettes. It helps many with aches and pains and is a great relaxant and better choice than alcohol. I am sick of all this nonesense. To think how much money we could save not busting pot smokers, growers or whatever. And if you wanna make it legal then that is ok, but at least stop putting anyone in jail for it.
NoDopeHere

Enid, OK

#3 Nov 5, 2009
Dear Greg, I have been around people that have been smoking marijuana and they aren't able to function. I guess this is what you call "Stoned". As I heard a long time ago, "Dopes do Dope". Marijuana is illegal and that's that. I feel sorry for their parents. I wonder if these young men were also using it. Might slow them up on the basketball court, ya think?
Amanda

Alva, OK

#4 Nov 5, 2009
They are job security for me! Good job Police Dept.!!
Jesse Lee

Oklahoma City, OK

#5 Nov 5, 2009
So now these young adults will have there lives ruined for selling a Herb God created. Marijuana Prohibition is ridiculous. We need to tax and regulate the plant and educate people about substance abuse. Legalize God's medicine. Tax, Regulate, and Educate. Wake up Oklahoma
Okie Nate

Oklahoma City, OK

#6 Nov 5, 2009
Ok, it looked like the cops got a lousy $1,500 bucks! Wow Cops way to go! I bet Police spent $10,000 or more and wasted lots of time for that small time bust. Wonder how many unsolved murders, rapes, burglery, and assault charges are in Chickasha? Don't you think have better things to do than t0 bust Pot smokers and pot dealers? Legalize Marijuana now!
Red

Oklahoma City, OK

#7 Nov 5, 2009
Whew I bet that put a dent in the pot dealing there gee wizz why didnt the narc's arrest the people buying it too great work fuzzy pat yourself on the azz great team work LMAO
Big Cousin

Salt Lake City, UT

#8 Nov 5, 2009
One of the two men arrested is my cousin. I agree that there are way worse things that law officers could be investigating, but this is a crime none the less. I have another cousin in jail for the same thing. Hopefully they both learn from this and use it to help others not make the same mistakes. I tell my students that when one chooses to break the law, don't be mad at the consequences if caught. I pray that my cousin gets mercy as I don't think he deserves to go to prison. Whether or not we agree with the law, it is still the law.
Johnson

El Reno, OK

#9 Nov 5, 2009
OBAMA!
The Voice

Los Angeles, CA

#10 Nov 5, 2009
I think that the men made a wrong choice about how to make money. Especially near the college campus. However, I've read some of your comments about what it is that you have witnessed about how marijuana has affected your friends. First and foremost let me say, I think it should be legal. I think that this cash crop could help in getting our country somewhat out of the deficit we're in now. I know plenty of people who are avid "pot smokers" and they are able to function just fine. They even work!! Some of them have really good jobs and can still maintain home, family and extracurricular activities! I think that the drug does affect people in different ways but if you can't handle it...DON'T DO IT! Another thing I want to clarify to "anti marijuana" people, is that it is not a GATEWAY drug!! It's all about your will to either decide to try something new or not. My parents smoked for years and never tried anything else. Both held down really good jobs and hell..even some of their friends they worked with did too. Everyone has their own opinion about it though and I understand that. As for the two college students yes its unfortunate that they did make a wrong choice but at the same time they've helped in providing relaxation for some, pain relief for others, and helping people who had a bad day forget about it.
NoDopeHere

Enid, OK

#11 Nov 6, 2009
Dear Big Cousin, I agree with your comment. I don't think people should go to prison because of a marijuana charge. With all the other crime in this county, a marijuana charge with a prison sentence seems absurd. I don't have an answer here as to what the punishment should be. I do have a funny story to tell where marijuana was being used. My late father was a retired U.S. Army official and he lived next door to my straight laced sister and brother-in-law. One evening they got to talking about what it would be like to smoke some so they purchased a bit and the "party" began. They were well into having a good time when a wrecker truck pulled into the driveway across the street to haul off an old junk car. The wrecker's lights were flashing and my dad thought the cop's were coming to get them. He panicked and went crazy, my sister and brother-in-law were on the floor laughing so hard at him they could'nt do anything else. Needless to say, they never tried it again and still laugh about the incident today.
matador

Norman, OK

#12 Nov 6, 2009
The writings here of you who support drug use are rife with writing, grammar, spelling, typo, etc. errors. Could that be related to drug use? I think there is a correlation.
I have known and now know many alcoholics that lead responsible lives. Could they do more without a dependency? I think so.
Ashama

Shawnee, OK

#13 Nov 6, 2009
I'm just hurt that now that these men are gone, who the hell is gonna sell me my weed?
I'm just ready to get HIGH!
Blazem' up!
jeffokc

United States

#14 Nov 8, 2009
Why can't they find real crime?

Since: Jul 08

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#16 Nov 10, 2009
jeffokc wrote:
Why can't they find real crime?
'cause they're too damned lazy to look.

“Taste the Rainbow”

Since: Jul 08

Houston, TX

#17 Nov 11, 2009
NoDopeHere wrote:
Dear Big Cousin, I agree with your comment. I don't think people should go to prison because of a marijuana charge. With all the other crime in this county, a marijuana charge with a prison sentence seems absurd. I don't have an answer here as to what the punishment should be. I do have a funny story to tell where marijuana was being used. My late father was a retired U.S. Army official and he lived next door to my straight laced sister and brother-in-law. One evening they got to talking about what it would be like to smoke some so they purchased a bit and the "party" began. They were well into having a good time when a wrecker truck pulled into the driveway across the street to haul off an old junk car. The wrecker's lights were flashing and my dad thought the cop's were coming to get them. He panicked and went crazy, my sister and brother-in-law were on the floor laughing so hard at him they could'nt do anything else. Needless to say, they never tried it again and still laugh about the incident today.
Hahaha! That's pretty funny.

That being said, I think it should be legal. But since it is not then we still have to abide by the law. I feel sorry for these boys, because they could possibly face the jail time, lose their scholarships, get kicked out of school, etc. They made a very poor decision just to make a buck. I sure hope they learn something from this and that the repurcussions aren't too bad.
LOL

United States

#18 Nov 11, 2009
These guys are d-bags. They deserve everything that they get. All you people that feel bad for them are retarded! I hope that since they sold drugs on school property that they get a stiffer penalty.

I also give kudos to the law enforcement agency involved. Thank you for getting these losers out of the school so they can no longer infect the other students.
BUSH FTW

Philadelphia, PA

#19 Nov 12, 2009
Is tuition that expensive?!

Since: Jul 08

Location hidden

#20 Nov 12, 2009
yes, it is.
LOL

Lawton, OK

#21 Nov 12, 2009
Teren wrote:
As Bob Dylan once said, "To live outside the law, you must be honesg."
What is honesg?

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