Nine arrested in early morning Drug R...

Nine arrested in early morning Drug Raid.

Posted in the Colonial Beach Forum

Since: May 08

Colonial Beach, VA

#1 Jan 29, 2013
http://www.westmorelandnews.net/...

"The Tri-County Drug Task Force made sweeping arrests this morning around 3 a.m. in what the Task Force named “Operation Roll Tide.”

According to Sheriff C.O. Balderson, police also seized two firearms, ammunition, narcotics, stereo equipment and GPS devices. Three search warrants were executed at the 100 block of 2nd St.; the 200 block of Vernon St.; and in the 300 block of Given St. of Colonial Beach."
HB Rules

Virginia Beach, VA

#2 Jan 29, 2013
going to be some crackheads with DT's tonight.

Since: May 10

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#3 Jan 29, 2013
Awesome!

Keep it up everyone, and stay safe.

We owe all these people a great deal of thanks:

Sheriff Balderson, Chief Seay and all their officers

The rest of the Tri County Task Force partners -King George County Sheriff's Office
-Caroline County Sheriff’s Office
-Naval Criminal Investigative Service
-Virginia State Police

Alcohol Beverage Control enforcement division

Northern Neck Regional Jail

Westmoreland Volunteer Fire Department

Colonial Beach Volunteer Fire Department

Colonial Beach Volunteer Rescue Squad

It is truly a great thing when all these agencies can come together and pull off a successful raid at multiple locations in the middle of the night.

What a great example of cooperation and leadership.
Way 2 Go

Manassas, VA

#4 Jan 29, 2013
Heck of a good job. Thank you Sheriff Balderson and to all our law enforcement. I echo the same sentiments of Mr. Curtain in his leadership and cooperation statement. That certainly has been lacking in the past but has really been a focus of our sheriff and his office. Although we as citizens don't say it enough--GREAT JOB and THANK U!!!!!!!!
wondering

King William, VA

#6 Jan 29, 2013
yeah so much for friends they set you up and do you wrong but what comes around goes around
wtcsret

Goose Creek, SC

#7 Jan 29, 2013
2 for 15 wrote:
Thiz sum bullzhit. My homies just lost all dem funds and nowz my owes my dealer all dat chedda. You pigs be phukn up my profitz and now im be slinging da ewwww.weee. Iz need to make that cream asap or i be busting sum skullz. So fo a limited time i be offer dat pheen deal of 2 fo 15. The be fat sacks and u be tripping hard. Hit me up
Ha Ha, If you are selling woof make sure it has the taste!
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Beach Goddess

Warsaw, VA

#8 Jan 29, 2013
wondering wrote:
yeah so much for friends they set you up and do you wrong but what comes around goes around
Nice. Between the threats on Facebook, now those involved in this are coming here?

Look, whether you like it or not marijuana is still illegal in Virginia. Y'all got busted. Suck it up, get your life together, and quit trying to threaten people.

I have already seen a huge mess of people saying "this one snitched, that one snitched." The police aren't stupid, it is easy to find out who is dealing in CB.
HB Rules

Moyock, NC

#9 Jan 30, 2013
dont need snitches when you carry the evidence in open and run your mouth when you should be talking to a lawyer. basically the stupid low life's hang themselves and blame others. That is what certain people in society have raised them to be.
Matt R

Woodbridge, VA

#10 Jan 30, 2013
I'm a believer that you break the law and you pay the price , lord knows i've paid the price myself on a few occasions but with that said

on the marijuana charges , whats the point of incarcerating them and bleeding more tax dollars out of good citizens ?
can we (the commonwealth) opt to levy large fines instead , hopefully putting money back into the system that seems to be taxed pretty hard by non-violent , victimless crimes ?
i shouldnt say that its a victimless crime , its victims are about as widespread as alchohol abuse familys and the losses due to smoking related cancer in my opinion

i'm sure i will be flamed for my post , but as always .... flame on , just because mine is not the popular opinion doesnt make it any less of my opinion
Prunes

Alexandria, VA

#12 Jan 31, 2013
Matt R wrote:
I'm a believer that you break the law and you pay the price , lord knows i've paid the price myself on a few occasions but with that said
on the marijuana charges , whats the point of incarcerating them and bleeding more tax dollars out of good citizens ?
can we (the commonwealth) opt to levy large fines instead , hopefully putting money back into the system that seems to be taxed pretty hard by non-violent , victimless crimes ?
i shouldnt say that its a victimless crime , its victims are about as widespread as alchohol abuse familys and the losses due to smoking related cancer in my opinion
i'm sure i will be flamed for my post , but as always .... flame on , just because mine is not the popular opinion doesnt make it any less of my opinion
U act as if it is "just" a crime of selling/smoking pot. If that is all they were doing, then y did they need the guns?
I don't care about the pot, they have made it legal in some places and some people REALLY might need it for pain, BUT what were they planning to do with the illegal firearms? That's bad, get them into the wrong hands and all he&& breaks loose.
Matt R

Woodbridge, VA

#13 Jan 31, 2013
Prunes wrote:
<quoted text>
U act as if it is "just" a crime of selling/smoking pot. If that is all they were doing, then y did they need the guns?
I don't care about the pot, they have made it legal in some places and some people REALLY might need it for pain, BUT what were they planning to do with the illegal firearms? That's bad, get them into the wrong hands and all he&& breaks loose.
i noticed in the article that the charges were drug charges , there were no gun charges , obviously in any arrest situation guns have to be taken into possesion by the police dept. but they never say they were illegal guns , or if they were hunting rifles or hand guns , or machine guns , i'm sure if they were illegal guns there would have been gun charges too
sometimes i think the newspapers throw that stuff in there for shock value , knowing that in this part of virginia most households have at least 1 firearm of some sort
HB Rules

Portsmouth, VA

#14 Jan 31, 2013
Snoop Dad wrote:
I smoke the weed with my daughter daily. We dont leave the house and we eat the cubards bare. Whats wrong with weed. No different then drinking a beer
nothing wrong with it if you dont mind here giving $5 bj's for her next drug of choice in a few years. i bet she has a purdy mouth.

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