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School closed to clean up suspected rolling meth lab

There are 5 comments on the The Indianapolis Star story from Mar 13, 2007, titled School closed to clean up suspected rolling meth lab. In it, The Indianapolis Star reports that:

An elementary school was closed Monday as crews cleaned up what police said was a rolling meth lab in a car that stopped in front of the school.

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paisleyposey

“END THE FED!”

Since: Feb 07

DON'T TREAD ON ME!!!!

#1 Mar 13, 2007
Meth is a huge factor in our recent crime wave, complicated by our incompetent Mayor and his consolidation measures. They're doing it in cars and vans because in the city, you can smell it coming from a home or apartment. This is a menace to us all, at any time a rolling lab could blow up next to you at the light, or on the interstate. Chuckhole, anyone? This is the worst drug ever. Everyone warn your kids, one hit and you're hooked! Life will never be the same. Drugs are bad,'kay?
TMiller

Columbus, IN

#2 Mar 14, 2007
Hi Paisley. You are so very right. It makes my blood boil when people also say the way to curb it is to legalize other drugs. Other drugs got us to this place in the first place. I think a balance of jail time, and treatment is the key, although many fall back into it. Then the sentence needs to be very harsh.
paisleyposey wrote:
Meth is a huge factor in our recent crime wave, complicated by our incompetent Mayor and his consolidation measures. They're doing it in cars and vans because in the city, you can smell it coming from a home or apartment. This is a menace to us all, at any time a rolling lab could blow up next to you at the light, or on the interstate. Chuckhole, anyone? This is the worst drug ever. Everyone warn your kids, one hit and you're hooked! Life will never be the same. Drugs are bad,'kay?
Kenny Burgess

United States

#3 Mar 22, 2007
Hi there,
I am from Colorado and my ancestors settled in Flat Rock, IN in the early 1800's. Their last name was Quick. I would like to find out if any Quicks still live in the area. Sorry to see that drugs have infiltrated your town.
Kenny Burgess
Castle Rock, CO

paisleyposey

“END THE FED!”

Since: Feb 07

DON'T TREAD ON ME!!!!

#4 Mar 23, 2007
Kenny Burgess wrote:
Hi there,
I am from Colorado and my ancestors settled in Flat Rock, IN in the early 1800's. Their last name was Quick. I would like to find out if any Quicks still live in the area. Sorry to see that drugs have infiltrated your town.
Kenny Burgess
Castle Rock, CO
check to see if Flat Rock has an online edition of it's newspaper, and try contacting them. Good luck.
upset

Columbus, IN

#5 Mar 23, 2007
Flat Rock doesnt even have a dog catcher. LOL. Either Columbus or Shelbyville papers most likely.I knew a gal named Quick in Brown county. Any relatives there?
paisleyposey wrote:
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check to see if Flat Rock has an online edition of it's newspaper, and try contacting them. Good luck.

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