Milton Meth Bust

There are 21 comments on the WCHS-TV Charleston story from Feb 25, 2013, titled Milton Meth Bust. In it, WCHS-TV Charleston reports that:

Tiersa Davis Web Producer: Jeff Morris Reported: Feb. 25, 2013 3:07 PM EST Updated: Feb.

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tilo

Nitro, WV

#1 Feb 25, 2013
i knew two of the three to get busted and all i can say is karma is a bitch
Ohio

Columbus, OH

#2 Feb 25, 2013
tilo wrote:
i knew two of the three to get busted and all i can say is karma is a bitch
None of em even named Karma! And u said you know them.
Milton Resident

Hurricane, WV

#3 Feb 25, 2013
This is the same bunch that was in the last one. Two of them were in the Washington Avenue bust and the other two broke into the house that was busted the next day. Now Jennifer and Billie look like the innocent ones. The labs in Culloden are the same people time after time too. Wanna get rid of meth, quit letting them out or make them agree to relocate.
Seriously?

Chesapeake, OH

#4 Feb 26, 2013
It's the same ones time after time! Our court system if terrible. If you want to mix chemicals- get off your dead ass get a job, and go to school to be a chemist. Geez! It really gets old, when ya work 40-50+ hours a week, time away from my family- to support these trashy people! Lock them up!!!!! Quit spending my tax dollars to take care of them! I wish it was like it used to be.... Eye for an eye, first offense-cut off a finger, second offense cut off 2, and so on! No fingers=No eat= problem solved! Tall oak tree, with a little short rope! Lord, it's like all the people over seas come over here, and maybe we should ship all the druggies over there- we are getting way to over crowded......bring back the death penalty :)
lol

Miami, FL

#5 Feb 26, 2013
Why is their bond low like that, they were already out on bond. And normally people's bond would be $100,000. And who lived in that trailer origenally. Who owned it?
Crazy

Columbus, OH

#6 Feb 26, 2013
I know at one time it was Rick Crouchs grandmothers but not sure who had it since.
oic

Rock Creek, WV

#7 Feb 26, 2013
[QUOTE who="Seriously?"]It' s the same ones time after time! Our court system if terrible. If you want to mix chemicals- get off your dead ass get a job, and go to school to be a chemist. Geez! It really gets old, when ya work 40-50+ hours a week, time away from my family- to support these trashy people! Lock them up!!!!! Quit spending my tax dollars to take care of them! I wish it was like it used to be.... Eye for an eye, first offense-cut off a finger, second offense cut off 2, and so on! No fingers=No eat= problem solved! Tall oak tree, with a little short rope! Lord, it's like all the people over seas come over here, and maybe we should ship all the druggies over there- we are getting way to over crowded......bring back the death penalty :)[/QUOTE]

The only one that needs to be sent anywhere is ignorant a$$holes like yourself. I'll bet you have enough guns to be have your own militia. you also believe that there is nothing wrong with owning a fully automatic weapon and everyone should have one, except for the blacks, the Jews, and the Asians. The fact that a half black man is the president of the United States really bothers you and in fact you have lost sleep over it. Not only do you wear camo, you also have your kid(s) wear it and they think its real cool. You drive a pickup truck, an American made pickup truck (you think it is.) You don't have any idea who came up with or still practices the "eye for an eye" punishment, but it is the Muslims. I'm sure they are your favorite type of people
inquiring mind...

Nitro, WV

#8 Feb 26, 2013
[QUOTE who="Seriously?"]It' s the same ones time after time! Our court system if terrible. If you want to mix chemicals- get off your dead ass get a job, and go to school to be a chemist. Geez! It really gets old, when ya work 40-50+ hours a week, time away from my family- to support these trashy people! Lock them up!!!!! Quit spending my tax dollars to take care of them! I wish it was like it used to be.... Eye for an eye, first offense-cut off a finger, second offense cut off 2, and so on! No fingers=No eat= problem solved! Tall oak tree, with a little short rope! Lord, it's like all the people over seas come over here, and maybe we should ship all the druggies over there- we are getting way to over crowded......bring back the death penalty :)[/QUOTE]

Who do you think is gonna be taking care of them if they get locked up? The taxpayers...
Tiredofallthecra p

Nitro, WV

#9 Feb 26, 2013
Death penalty is just for murders
If u were smart u would know that
And your tax dollars pay for all the inmates in jail
It would be cheaper to just give all the addict and dealer their own little state let them live amongst themselves.
someone that cares

Charleston, WV

#10 Feb 27, 2013
Tiredofallthecrap wrote:
Death penalty is just for murders
If u were smart u would know that
And your tax dollars pay for all the inmates in jail
It would be cheaper to just give all the addict and dealer their own little state let them live amongst themselves.
there is not a stste big enough to put them all in but I agree prison is not the place for people like this getting tired of paying their way, our tax dollars should be spent on something better than these type of people. I understand they have feelings but they will never have a life even after prison time or jail time they go back to the same way of living. Its a shame that anyone would want to live their lives like that. They loose everything they have and take off of everyone else. THere is just to many of them (druggies) there will never be control so they need to give them their own island that way they can not bother us anymore.
ttl

Chesapeake, OH

#11 Feb 27, 2013
Oic
My family and I own guns, wear camo, and drive pick up trucks. Not a damn thing wrong with that. I work and make my money the honest way so I have a right to do so. I do not like the president and his color has nothing to do with it. These drug dealers are worthless pieces of trash and shouldn't even be considered human beings. They do this crap beside people with kids and put people at risk. Court systems need to actually punish these dirt bags and stop letting them out with a slap on the wrist. These same scums are getting welfare and I'm tired of paying for them to do this.
Tiredofallthecra p

Nitro, WV

#12 Feb 27, 2013
Everyone has the right to their own options. But I for one think that jails and prison should have program to help individuals with their addiction instead of throwing them back on the street they should be helped
Our tax dollars are being spent anyway, why not try to help those who might actually change if given a chance?
Tiredofallthecra p

Nitro, WV

#13 Feb 27, 2013
The truth is I had a drug addiction. I didn't care about nothing but my drugs
I got into trouble. I went to jail. And nothing changed me. Until one day I met someone that opened my eyes and made me realize what I had become. I have been clean now for nearly 5 years
I just think that everyone should be given the opportunity to change.
ttl

Chesapeake, OH

#14 Feb 27, 2013
I agree to a point. I use to work for a support group that was for drug addicts. About 99.8 percent of them were there cause court system put them there or a family member. Yeah they were off the drugs as long as they were in the program and being tested but as soon as it was over, bam their name was back up at the courts for drugs. It is a never ending cycle anymore.
Tiredofallthecra p

Nitro, WV

#15 Feb 27, 2013
I know. I wish that they would just realize that their behavior doesn't just hurt them
It hurts their families and everyone that cares them also. The ones that went to jail on Monday was my family. I tried to help them. But I guess I didn't try hard enough.
Teddy flowers

Huntington, WV

#16 Feb 27, 2013
Get rid of Chris Chiles, he's the one that let's us all go. He is just collecting a paycheck.
ttl

Chesapeake, OH

#17 Feb 27, 2013
Tiredofallthecrap

You can't blame yourself the people you are trying to help have to want the help. Otherwise your wasting your time please know that
i-agree

United States

#18 Feb 27, 2013
@ttl I couldn't have said it better myself! People only change if they want to. it was only what a month or so ago that 2 of the people were arrrested for making meth on Washington st. They don't care about kids or elderly. Just about they're next fix.
oic

Rock Creek, WV

#19 Feb 27, 2013
ttl wrote:
Oic
My family and I own guns, wear camo, and drive pick up trucks. Not a damn thing wrong with that. I work and make my money the honest way so I have a right to do so. I do not like the president and his color has nothing to do with it. These drug dealers are worthless pieces of trash and shouldn't even be considered human beings. They do this crap beside people with kids and put people at risk. Court systems need to actually punish these dirt bags and stop letting them out with a slap on the wrist. These same scums are getting welfare and I'm tired of paying for them to do this.
The last time I checked it is a free country and we are allowed to believe in anything we want too. I think that you were referring to people who cook this crap in the presence of children. i never thought that i would agree with you, but I do when it comes to people endangering innocent children. What most of these people need is rehabilitation, not jail time. Most of the people that use drugs use them for some underlying reason. For example, there was something that happened to them that they are just unable to deal with without drugs. They need to be taught other ways to deal with these issues, rather than self medicating. There isn't enough room in prisons in WV right now and different ways are being sought to deal with the overcrowding. you see the same people getting in trouble for the same things. They need to be rehabilatated or this cycle will not change. I also work for my money, but I think it is a waste to put them in jail, especially considering their behavior will not change and they will do it again. I am a recovering addict that has been clean for 6 years. It was and still is, by far the hardest thing that I have ever dealt with. I kept doing the same stupid things until I got help. People that haven't dealt with a drug addiction have no idea what it is like and they are quick to say a lot of things about addicts. I wouldn't wish it on my worst enemy even for a day. I am glad I was able to get clean before my kids were born. I dealt with it for nearly 20 years and its as close to hell on earth as i ever want to get. Open your eyes not all addicts are bad people it is the drugs that take over. I kmow i did many things that i would never do if I weren't an addict
zippo

United States

#20 Feb 27, 2013
Henry woody owns the trailer that's now board up because of meth.shame nobody can have a home in milton necause of sick people

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