Newport PD drug round up

Newport PD drug round up

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Great job

Lexington, KY

#1 Jun 7, 2011
I want to thank Newport Police for making our streets a little safer today. This goes to show you that Newport Police is not going to put up with this stuff in our city. Thanks Chief Collins and all the guys that put the work into busting these scum bags!
Great job

Lexington, KY

#2 Jun 7, 2011
Operation Red Dawn arrests
By Tuesday afternoon, Newport Police arrested six of the 17 suspects and charged them with drug-related offenses:

Anthony J. Cioffi III, 21, one count of trafficking a controlled substance within 1,000 yards of a school

Marc T. Snell, 57, two counts of trafficking a controlled substance within 1,000 yards of a school.

Joshua Fulmer, 22, two counts of trafficking crack/cocaine

Charles E. Wesley, age unavailable, one count of trafficking heroin and one count of trafficking crack/cocaine

Lamar K. Pope, 25, one count of trafficking a controlled substance within 1,000 yards of a school

Jeremy W. Ewing, 23, one count of trafficking a controlled substance and one count of trafficking a controlled substance within 1,000 yards of a school

Two of the suspects were already in jail on other charges, according to acting Newport Police Chief Tom Collins. Police said they will be charged with drug-related offenses:

Mussa T. Bellai, 25, one county of trafficking a controlled substance within 1,000 yards of a school; one count of trafficking crack/cocaine.

Rayshawn Waller, 25, two counts of trafficking a controlled substance within 1,000 yards of a school

Three others were arrested on the scene Tuesday:

Karen Kirkendall, 26, one count of trafficking a controlled substance

Johnnie Brown, 48, two counts of trafficking crack/cocaine

Antoine Allen, 30, possession of a controlled substance.
Great job

Lexington, KY

#3 Jun 7, 2011
I'm sure there are more to come. These guys roll on each other any time they get busted. Look for more arrest just from that.
12 year old boy

Louisville, KY

#4 Jun 7, 2011
I got beat down by a raging crackhead today that couldn't get his fix, thanks for nothing NPD.
wondering

Cincinnati, OH

#5 Jun 8, 2011
Why do we see Newport officers only arresting the little fish....I want to read where they arrest one of the areas biggest drug leader. Who could that be?
credit is due

Lexington, KY

#6 Jun 8, 2011
wondering wrote:
Why do we see Newport officers only arresting the little fish....I want to read where they arrest one of the areas biggest drug leader. Who could that be?
I would love to hear some names of big fish that are dealing too. I'm not trying to come down on you and I understand what you are saying. Hopefully some of these guys will roll on some other guys. When you take out a network of dealers you are doing something. It's kind of like taking all the workers out of Krogers. Krogers may be there but if no one is there to ring you out you can't shop. They may not have the big guy yet but give it some time. Only two post other than mine and noone is even willing to say good job? Come on! Newport is working the street and that is something to be proud of. The places that others gripe about on Topix are places they hit yesterday. Give Newport time to do their job and it would be nice for the community to stand behind PD and encourage them and tell them nice job for gettting these thugs off the street corners. All I hear about are the punk kids who are slinging dope on the street corners. When PD takes out a chunk of them they get no credit?? I for one am very proud to have a department that is willing to put the time and money into operations to make these kinds of busts.
yes

AOL

#7 Jun 8, 2011
credit is due wrote:
<quoted text>I would love to hear some names of big fish that are dealing too. I'm not trying to come down on you and I understand what you are saying. Hopefully some of these guys will roll on some other guys. When you take out a network of dealers you are doing something. It's kind of like taking all the workers out of Krogers. Krogers may be there but if no one is there to ring you out you can't shop. They may not have the big guy yet but give it some time. Only two post other than mine and noone is even willing to say good job? Come on! Newport is working the street and that is something to be proud of. The places that others gripe about on Topix are places they hit yesterday. Give Newport time to do their job and it would be nice for the community to stand behind PD and encourage them and tell them nice job for gettting these thugs off the street corners. All I hear about are the punk kids who are slinging dope on the street corners. When PD takes out a chunk of them they get no credit?? I for one am very proud to have a department that is willing to put the time and money into operations to make these kinds of busts.
Great Job Newport Police Now take out the bus driver while your at it and her buddy to that lives a cross the street. thumbs up to the police.
Collins Love Child

Louisville, KY

#8 Jun 8, 2011
My Daddy Tom Collins did all this, he made this happen, he makes every good thing in the city of Newport Happen. You need to listen to him, he dont need any patrol officers on his force, he does it all by himself. Just ask him. Has there been anything happen where he gives 100% of the credit to his guys? Dad you may want to step back a look at who really does the brunt of the work. And give credit where credit is due. Or else Im telling mommy I want a new daddy! Great job Newport Police Officers, you guys are busting your ass, I hear guys whining all the time that you guys are harrassing them, I call it good police work.
credit is due

Lexington, KY

#9 Jun 8, 2011
It's like dealing with 4 year olds on here.
Keep up the good work

Cincinnati, OH

#10 Jun 8, 2011
Good job NPD. I think they could do even more if they didn't have to waste time with draconian marijuana laws that are way outdated and instead focus on the crack, meth, and heroin. I kno that they enforce the laws on books, it's legislators fault, but I really don't care if someone smokes pot, it's the harder drugs that need our full resources
The truth

Cincinnati, OH

#11 Jun 9, 2011
Steve Stewart is a snitch block watchin queer
Curious

Louisville, KY

#12 Jun 9, 2011
What makes him a snitch? Wanting his children to have a safe enviroment to grow up in or him telling on you for being involved in illegal activity? Sounds like someone woke up eating sour grapes today?
The truth

Cincinnati, OH

#13 Jun 9, 2011
Blockwatch=snitch
The truth

Cincinnati, OH

#14 Jun 9, 2011
And I don't do illegal activity I just keep my nose on my face
credit is due

Lexington, KY

#15 Jun 9, 2011
LOL.. Steve Stewart is not hard to find. It funny you don't have the balls to stand toe to toe with him and say what you said here. Having a community that is safe for everyone is not too much to ask. West Newport Neighborhood Watch is more than just someone watching a block. It's to better all of the West End. No one snitched on anyone on Lindsey. The ones who got busted sold drugs to the cops informants. No ones fault but theirs. If you can't do the time don't do the crime!
Kyle

Louisville, KY

#16 Jun 9, 2011
The truth wrote:
Blockwatch=snitch
I've never heard of a good, law abiding citizen call somebody a snitch for working to improve their neighborhood.

Perhaps you'll be in the next round up ;)
Raised in Newport

Macon, GA

#17 Jun 10, 2011
Like others have already said on here good job to all the police officers involved in this round up an to thsoe who have helped with getting these dealers an addicts off the street. It is not a crime to want your kids to be safe from this activity which has been happening right in front of alot of kids near the school it also is a much needed thing for those who are in so far deep that they dont know how to ask for help when they have made the mistake of getting addicted to these drugs that have been bein pushed on the streets of almost every city of United States. I have witnessed many young adults that have lost thier lives to this epidemic , usually by the time the law does get what they need to round a bunch up a few more lives have to succumb to it, it takes a community that is tired of seein so many die from it . Thanks to Officer Collins,Gabbard an those who want a change in Newport,sincerely the mother of an addict:
credit is due

Lexington, KY

#18 Jun 10, 2011
Raised in Newport wrote:
Like others have already said on here good job to all the police officers involved in this round up an to thsoe who have helped with getting these dealers an addicts off the street. It is not a crime to want your kids to be safe from this activity which has been happening right in front of alot of kids near the school it also is a much needed thing for those who are in so far deep that they dont know how to ask for help when they have made the mistake of getting addicted to these drugs that have been bein pushed on the streets of almost every city of United States. I have witnessed many young adults that have lost thier lives to this epidemic , usually by the time the law does get what they need to round a bunch up a few more lives have to succumb to it, it takes a community that is tired of seein so many die from it . Thanks to Officer Collins,Gabbard an those who want a change in Newport,sincerely the mother of an addict:
Very moving! I hope the best for your child. I don't know of anyone that has not had this problem effect a family. I have lost love ones to drugs in the past myself. It's hard.
juice man !

Medina, OH

#19 Jun 10, 2011
It's going to be a long battle but if ppl try hard and long it might work out !
juice man !

Medina, OH

#20 Jun 10, 2011
Ppl thought things was bad in the gambling days and made a change I wonder what they would think now.
Had things been left alone things would be allot different today.
Newport tolerates the gangs and the drugs. Yet I get pulled over for the dumbest things.

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