Dozens of people convicted in drug conspiracies

Feb 13, 2013 Full story: WCYB 34

Between September 2011 and February 2013, the 32 individuals, listed below have all pleaded guilty to various drug conspiracies related to cocaine, marijuana, and oxycodone: 1. William A. Lawson, 66, of Rogersville, Tenn.; 2. Randal Michael Lawson, 57, of Limestone, Tenn.; 3. James Light, 64, of Rogersville, Tenn.; 4. Kenneth A. Lawson, 45, of ... (more)

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petitioner

Charlotte, NC

#24 Feb 19, 2013
Lets just cut to the Chase - Law enforcement makes money arresting junkies theres no money in arresting sex offenders and thieves especially if the sex offenders , burglars, thieves, junkies are snitches bringing in the non abiding drug offenders such as meth users . The two go hand in hand why dont the law see that junkies steal, and if theyre protected by the law they will do whatever it takes to get the nxt fix of meth. A junkie isn t going to stop regardless if they're snitchin or not. The whole idea of letting offenders rat out others is non sense. I tell you its not fair to the ones that abide by the laws, the non drugusers Do the crime Do the time. I don t break the law because i would have consequences
citizen farmer

Batesburg, SC

#25 Feb 19, 2013
There's lots of names that haven't shown up yet. I wonder why? The Feds only want the big timers? They don't seem to care about the small time dealers scattered across the county.
petitioner

Charlotte, NC

#26 Feb 19, 2013
They probablly do like i said junkies are the main ones that break in cars and houses , but letting a snitch get away with sexual crimes and stealing isn t always the best solution to the problem if someones buying batteries and making meth they shouldn t get away with non drug crimes as well. Meths a nasty drug ! When enough people get arrested for breaking in cars and elderly homes Greeneville will watch their snitches closer
just me

Abingdon, VA

#27 Mar 16, 2013
ItDoesGetBetter wrote:
Now Now..Play nice!!..hehehe..Thats 10 mintues out of the box for you..
what kind of word is hehehe. What is the box? Don't know who you are but I bet I can put you in your box or maybe you are a parasite also and hide in a box and just come out when you need something.
treggeg

Pittsburgh, PA

#28 Mar 16, 2013
youtube.com/watch...
People got Lucky
Dafuq

United States

#29 Mar 16, 2013
Drug dealing is a job too. Someboody has to supply people with what they need. May not be Walmart but they're supporting their family. I personally know a couple and they're good people. I know, not many are but these people are the exception to the rule. I know for a fact they put in numerous applications looking for honest work but nobody would hire them. No, theyre not felons nor ever been in trouble. They don't have a lot of education nor much job experience so that's the reason nobody will give them a chance. So I don't pass judgement on them for what they do. They're trying to support their families from what I see.
Poor Baby

AOL

#30 Mar 16, 2013
Dafuq wrote:
Drug dealing is a job too. Someboody has to supply people with what they need. May not be Walmart but they're supporting their family. I personally know a couple and they're good people. I know, not many are but these people are the exception to the rule. I know for a fact they put in numerous applications looking for honest work but nobody would hire them. No, theyre not felons nor ever been in trouble. They don't have a lot of education nor much job experience so that's the reason nobody will give them a chance. So I don't pass judgement on them for what they do. They're trying to support their families from what I see.
You know those poor dears could make big bucks if they would wear only a dog collar and beg on all fours in front of the court house. They might have more dignity that way than being a low life that gets others addicted.
Dafuq

United States

#31 Mar 16, 2013
Poor Baby wrote:
<quoted text>You know those poor dears could make big bucks if they would wear only a dog collar and beg on all fours in front of the court house. They might have more dignity that way than being a low life that gets others addicted.
They don't get them addicted. They may feed that addiction but they don't force them to do drugs. For instance, MCdonalds don't get you addicted to big macs. You get yourself addicted. They just feed that addiction. Simple economics.

Dignity in begging people on the streets for money? You're a genius aren't you?
Nah Nah

Gatlinburg, TN

#32 Mar 16, 2013
Yes drugs are bad but for the ppl who don't get high let me just say don't knock it before u try it, some ppl have been thru so much bad stuff in life and truly don't know how to deal. So first off quit talking smack bout stuff u don't know from experience n quit downing ppl for making bad choices like ur soooo perfect? Ha ha ha!!!!!! This whole town needs to open there eyes n see if ppl would give effort n try to help the addicts that need it, instead of kicking them while there down, u might just see how ppl can change. This coming from a recovering addict, it's a down right shame ppl use this topix to talk smack bout other ppl who really need help, so while ur running it take a look around see how u can help them instead of doing more harm.
whatthe_ever

Greeneville, TN

#33 Mar 17, 2013
Poor Baby wrote:
<quoted text>You know those poor dears could make big bucks if they would wear only a dog collar and beg on all fours in front of the court house. They might have more dignity that way than being a low life that gets others addicted.

you know not all dealers are pushers the pushers are the ones who "get them" people go after what they want good or bad from the start of time to th finish
OunSomPed

Germany

#34 Apr 27, 2013
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my sister

United States

#35 Apr 27, 2013
One of the ppl charged wit all tht bs is my big sister she was a great person daughter sister and mom till kenny lawson came n to her life he n his father dealt with shit and my sister wasn't strong enuff to say no after so many beatings n brain washing kenny finally won her over he's a worthless pos!! My son wil grow up not really knoing his aunt tt& she has a new grandson tht wont meet her for many yrs! Don't let drugs pull u in like they did tia! Drugs tore our family apart now I can only c her thru tv screen certain days bresks my heart!
Just Asking

Gate City, VA

#36 Apr 27, 2013
Who all did they get and are the names listed' thanks for any help
captain crunch

Patrick Springs, VA

#37 Apr 28, 2013
I heard mike Lawson got 20 years , straight , before he can get out, he will be almost 80, to bad , they did not have to be drug dealers

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