Traffic stop nets $6K in marijuana in Clinton County

Apr 2, 2013 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: Journal and Courier

Police confiscated $6,000 worth of marijuana Tuesday after a routine traffic stop on Interstate 65 in Clinton County.

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glad we can afford to have Frankfort's finest out on I-65 while we have people rolling down the city roads at excessive speeds.
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Not only are they flying down the they are running the stop signs all over this town and look at you like you were the one blowing through the signs all i know is the first one who hits me better be ready for me to f--- them up cause if i can get out of my auto they will be f---ed.
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See a damn Mexican is bringing more drugs into Frankfort and guaranteed he will get off with a slap on the wrist cause he will start snitching. That's y nothing can never be done to make that town any better. Like I always say you can polish a turd and its still a turd
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I have been reading stories in the Times and Journal Courier and I wonder why Chief Bacon never mentions the Officer that actually did the work? I think Chief Bacon is alot like Mayor McBarnes, they both try to make themselves look good at all cost.

You would think that Chief Bacon is the only one who works at the Frankfort Police Department. I feel bad for the guys that do the hard work and never get credit. Wonder if they even get paid well to do this dangerous work...
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If you noticed, it was a "prepared" statement. That means the PR person got another piece of change.

Also notice the grammatical error in the Times. Punjabby will probably have a field day with it.
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These drugs were caught on interstate? Doubt they were coming to Frankfort. The drug war is failing. For every car they catch, there are 100 more that get by. A monumental waste of time and resources. Have they caught any Caucasians on the interstate? Maybe some racial profiling going on. And it's marijuana....BFD! Smoking pot is a victimless activity.
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Well wrote:
glad we can afford to have Frankfort's finest out on I-65 while we have people rolling down the city roads at excessive speeds.
Did the article say it was the Frankfort police that made the stop? Maybe it was the State Police and they were transported to Frankfort because the stop was made in Clinton County.
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Hmmmm wrote:
<quoted text>Did the article say it was the Frankfort police that made the stop? Maybe it was the State Police and they were transported to Frankfort because the stop was made in Clinton County.
Read the Times. It tells the whole story.
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Read the Times. It tells the whole story.
I said "did" the article say it was the Frankfort police? If I knew if it was the Frankfort police I wouldn't have asked? Most interstate pull-overs involve state police and not city police. I'm a little surprised city police even had jurisdiction to pull someone over outside city limits.

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6000, where in the hell did they come up with these prices?
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Hmmmm wrote:
<quoted text>I said "did" the article say it was the Frankfort police? If I knew if it was the Frankfort police I wouldn't have asked? Most interstate pull-overs involve state police and not city police. I'm a little surprised city police even had jurisdiction to pull someone over outside city limits.
If you HAD read the article, then you would KNOW the answer. So why are you trying post on here if you have no clue???

"According to Frankfort Police Chief Troy Bacon, 26-year-old Boris Doriga-Avadia was stopped for a traffic violation that led to the discovery and seizure of the suspected marijuana by a Frankfort police officer and members of the Lebanon Police Department"

Read the story... the address is in this post.
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If you HAD read the article, then you would KNOW the answer. So why are you trying post on here if you have no clue???
"According to Frankfort Police Chief Troy Bacon, 26-year-old Boris Doriga-Avadia was stopped for a traffic violation that led to the discovery and seizure of the suspected marijuana by a Frankfort police officer and members of the Lebanon Police Department"
Read the story... the address is in this post.
Arrest by Frankfort police was result of officer driving his squad car down to Menards in Lebanon to save over the high prices that Ransom charges at Kramers.

There is a reason Rambo gets on Indy radio to advertise the Lebanon Kramers - it keeps Frankfort afloat. Too bad Menards is pounding the Lebanon Kramers in the colostomy bag.
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Good Grief wrote:
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If you HAD read the article, then you would KNOW the answer. So why are you trying post on here if you have no clue???
"According to Frankfort Police Chief Troy Bacon, 26-year-old Boris Doriga-Avadia was stopped for a traffic violation that led to the discovery and seizure of the suspected marijuana by a Frankfort police officer and members of the Lebanon Police Department"
Read the story... the address is in this post.
Maybe because I don't have a subscription to the Times Einstein. Which I don't have. Did I say anything definitive? No. I was posing a question.
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Hmmmm wrote:
<quoted text>Maybe because I don't have a subscription to the Times Einstein. Which I don't have. Did I say anything definitive? No. I was posing a question.
Thanks for the Einstein comment. I know I am smart. One of the millions of reasons is that at the top of this screen, the very same screen you are looking at, is the Journal and Courier link that will take you directly to the story that started this thread.

So, again, read the story in the link above.
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http://www.topix.com/forum/drug/valium

stop using topix - it has been used to sell drugs for years
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Thanks for the Einstein comment. I know I am smart. One of the millions of reasons is that at the top of this screen, the very same screen you are looking at, is the Journal and Courier link that will take you directly to the story that started this thread.
So, again, read the story in the link above.
LOL!!!!!! You said READ THE TIMES...not the JOURNAL AND COURIER! LOL!!!! Make up your mind.

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