Mike sears

Kirkland, IL

#1 Jul 26, 2012
Who's in the round up and for what I seen it on the news but did not hear it very good
locust ridge

United States

#2 Jul 27, 2012
Mike sears wrote:
Who's in the round up and for what I seen it on the news but did not hear it very good
They got 15 people. Still looking for 11. Most of them were, believe it or not, from locust ridge. Check out local 12 news website. They have the names of everyone they arrested.
Mike sears

Chicago, IL

#3 Jul 27, 2012
Thank you I seen the 12 news what a bunch of waste!!!!! I heard 2 girls got arrsted but turned loose because they were working with the cops just a rumor can any one. Verify this?
Yepp

United States

#5 Jul 27, 2012
whiteman wrote:
Why round them up, they just let them back out? Thats like wiping before you shit.
The cops do their jobs. Build a case, arrest them. The judges and lawyers get them right back out. Now where do u see the problem.
Yepp

United States

#7 Jul 28, 2012
whiteman wrote:
Ha that's funny the cops do their jobs lmao And I'm sure all these broke ass dope heads have real good lawyers. All the dope and thieves in grant county and they have what? 1 bust a month.
Takes time to build cases. The police have to operate within the scope of the law. Which has been fabricated to maximize protection for criminals. Instead of bad mouthing or undercutting what needs to be done, stand up for community values. Tell everyone u know who the users and dealers are. Don't sit on here and discredit the work that is being done unless ur helping.

Since: Aug 10

Dry Ridge

#8 Jul 30, 2012
Yepp wrote:
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Takes time to build cases. The police have to operate within the scope of the law. Which has been fabricated to maximize protection for criminals. Instead of bad mouthing or undercutting what needs to be done, stand up for community values. Tell everyone u know who the users and dealers are. Don't sit on here and discredit the work that is being done unless ur helping.
when you do tell them !!!!!! they don't do anything about it ,,, been there done that
Yepp

Georgetown, KY

#9 Jul 30, 2012
Resident of Dry Ridge wrote:
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when you do tell them !!!!!! they don't do anything about it ,,, been there done that
So I guess what they just did (round up). Was doing nothing then huh. Sheesh. Amazing
resident of dry ridge

Lexington, KY

#10 Aug 3, 2012
Yepp wrote:
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So I guess what they just did (round up). Was doing nothing then huh. Sheesh. Amazing
this has been going on for years now ,, amazing yeah , but give them a bust they can get media coverage on , like Dana and wham bam , we need our streets protected as well
theyletthemgo

Louisville, KY

#11 Aug 4, 2012
I was a manager at a resturant... and 2 boys came in to "use" our restroom...well they were in there for about 30 min I called the police to let them know we had suspicious people in our restroom. They didn't get there til 45 min after we called. But at least the boys were still in there. SO they caught them. They found 2 needles which they showed me but they didn't "find" any drugs on them.(i'm guessing they shot it up" but there was blood all inside of our trash can and on the toilet and some on the door so these guys obviously did something. The police proceed to tell me that they had gotten calls on these same to at 3 to 4 other establishments that same week. but never caught them til then....but what did they do....THEY LET THE BOYS GO!!!! I was in so much shock from that....like they really just let them go with out doing anything but telling them that they are banned from the place.... it's obvious they are just going to go somewhere else and do it. just kills me that when you do try to do good for the community that they just let them go with a slap on the wrist.

Since: Aug 10

Dry Ridge

#12 Aug 4, 2012
theyletthemgo wrote:
I was a manager at a resturant... and 2 boys came in to "use" our restroom...well they were in there for about 30 min I called the police to let them know we had suspicious people in our restroom. They didn't get there til 45 min after we called. But at least the boys were still in there. SO they caught them. They found 2 needles which they showed me but they didn't "find" any drugs on them.(i'm guessing they shot it up" but there was blood all inside of our trash can and on the toilet and some on the door so these guys obviously did something. The police proceed to tell me that they had gotten calls on these same to at 3 to 4 other establishments that same week. but never caught them til then....but what did they do....THEY LET THE BOYS GO!!!! I was in so much shock from that....like they really just let them go with out doing anything but telling them that they are banned from the place.... it's obvious they are just going to go somewhere else and do it. just kills me that when you do try to do good for the community that they just let them go with a slap on the wrist.
Thanksfor sharing , you are exactly right , we all try to help the law and they do NOTHING but let them go , I have seen so many pasing drugs round at the park ,( right in front of the little kids ) call the cops , nothing ,
If they are not going to clean up the streets who is ? just saying , to bad the little guy does not get alot of news coverage and cameras make our officals look offical

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