huh

Johnson City, TN

#23 Jul 29, 2013
kim kar wrote:
who got busted!!!???
I know someone knows a name by now. Gossip usually travels quick. I don't understand why they won't tell it either.
steve b

Cambridge, MA

#24 Jul 29, 2013
kim kar wrote:
who got busted!!!???
drug dealers
Colombo

Greeneville, TN

#25 Jul 29, 2013
kim kar wrote:
who got busted!!!???
Mostly baby daddies......
Hummer

Greeneville, TN

#26 Jul 29, 2013
http://www.nbc29.com/story/22533147/man-faces... . Old but might give you a clue

Since: Jul 13

Location hidden

#27 Jul 29, 2013
Hummer wrote:
http://www.nbc29.com/story/225 33147/man-faces-multiple-charg es-after-drug-bust-in-greene. Old but might give you a clue
Has nothing at all to do with this. That is referring to Greene County, VA.
justknow

Greeneville, TN

#28 Jul 29, 2013
only person i've heard is kendra combs
nope

United States

#29 Jul 29, 2013
Heeler wrote:
<quoted text>You would have gotten off easier for theft, as is well proven weekly in our court system.
which is sad
Just me

Greeneville, TN

#30 Jul 29, 2013
Yee Haw they caught some people selling drugs. They'll get fines and probation.

Then they'll come steal off of us to pay for it.

Catch some thieves and keep them in jail, instead of just letting them back on the street.

“Res Ispa Loquitur”

Since: Nov 12

Location hidden

#31 Jul 29, 2013
Just me wrote:
Yee Haw they caught some people selling drugs. They'll get fines and probation.
Then they'll come steal off of us to pay for it.
Catch some thieves and keep them in jail, instead of just letting them back on the street.
Do you honestly think that people don't steal to support their habit? People are never satisfied. If thieves are arrested people complain about drug dealers. When dealers are arrested it still isn't good enough. At least they are doing something. It's no different than a speeding ticket, people always want the other jackhole that blows by them to get a ticket, only to raise hell when they get pulled over for doing the very same thing.
Just me

Greeneville, TN

#32 Jul 29, 2013
__Voodoo__ wrote:
<quoted text>
Do you honestly think that people don't steal to support their habit? People are never satisfied. If thieves are arrested people complain about drug dealers. When dealers are arrested it still isn't good enough. At least they are doing something. It's no different than a speeding ticket, people always want the other jackhole that blows by them to get a ticket, only to raise hell when they get pulled over for doing the very same thing.
It's all bull, they just arrest them for the money and the publicity.

It's not going to change a thing, except there will be more property stolen to pay the fines. We would probably been better off if they hadn't arrested them.

“Res Ispa Loquitur”

Since: Nov 12

Location hidden

#33 Jul 29, 2013
Just me wrote:
<quoted text>
It's all bull, they just arrest them for the money and the publicity.
It's not going to change a thing, except there will be more property stolen to pay the fines. We would probably been better off if they hadn't arrested them.
What money? Would you prefer that drug dealers are left to deal unabated? If people are stealing property, it isn't likely to be used to pay fines. I imagine that the choice between the next high and making a timely payment toward fines and court costs is a foregone conclusion. For the typical addict, I would say with some certainty that getting the next fix far outweighs everything- family, friends, and yes, even fines. Arresting drug dealers is not likely to have an effect on the already present theft epidemic.
Just me

Greeneville, TN

#34 Jul 30, 2013
__Voodoo__ wrote:
<quoted text>
What money? Would you prefer that drug dealers are left to deal unabated? If people are stealing property, it isn't likely to be used to pay fines. I imagine that the choice between the next high and making a timely payment toward fines and court costs is a foregone conclusion. For the typical addict, I would say with some certainty that getting the next fix far outweighs everything- family, friends, and yes, even fines. Arresting drug dealers is not likely to have an effect on the already present theft epidemic.
The money is the court cost, lawyer fees, probation cost, fines, drug school and whatever else they have to pay for to stay out of jail.
Take those 50 people x all those cost, that's big money. They gotta pay for that new jail.

Everybody wins with these new prescription drugs - Obama, the drug makers, pharmacies, doctors, lawyers, cops, judges, foundry, pawn shops and SMART drug dealers.

Only one losing is the honest working man that gets his property stolen and the pill heads of course, they've lost everything and sometimes their life too. And it all has to start with a doctor and his ink pen.
legalize it all

Mosheim, TN

#35 Jul 30, 2013
Just me wrote:
<quoted text>The money is the court cost, lawyer fees, probation cost, fines, drug school and whatever else they have to pay for to stay out of jail.
Take those 50 people x all those cost, that's big money. They gotta pay for that new jail.

Everybody wins with these new prescription drugs - Obama, the drug makers, pharmacies, doctors, lawyers, cops, judges, foundry, pawn shops and SMART drug dealers.

Only one losing is the honest working man that gets his property stolen and the pill heads of course, they've lost everything and sometimes their life too. And it all has to start with a doctor and his ink pen.
If they would just legalize all the drugs for a month, we would have a self cleansing of society cause most of them would overdose in a few days. It seems harsh, but it is true
kesterson

Johnson City, TN

#36 Jul 30, 2013
did they get michael chad kesterson, if not they need too.
So the prescription pill

Bradenton, FL

#37 Jul 30, 2013
epidemic, which began a decade ago is somehow Obama's fault? Sorry, but you are a moron. You might want to turn off Fox long enough to get your own opinion instead of sucking down the swill of Rupert Murdoch.

Jesus Christ, you stupid old hillbillies are downright embarrassing. You've got ODS - Obama Derangement Syndrome. You just can't whine about anything without bringing his name into it, can you?
Just me wrote:
<quoted text>
The money is the court cost, lawyer fees, probation cost, fines, drug school and whatever else they have to pay for to stay out of jail.
Take those 50 people x all those cost, that's big money. They gotta pay for that new jail.
Everybody wins with these new prescription drugs - Obama, the drug makers, pharmacies, doctors, lawyers, cops, judges, foundry, pawn shops and SMART drug dealers.
Only one losing is the honest working man that gets his property stolen and the pill heads of course, they've lost everything and sometimes their life too. And it all has to start with a doctor and his ink pen.
anyone know

Arcadia, SC

#38 Jul 30, 2013
Does anyone know who was arrested? I have seen headlines on the bust in a few places online but no list of names.
mmw

Morristown, TN

#39 Jul 30, 2013
Did they get brandee freeman. If not they need to get her. All she does is sleep with guys for bathsalt. Get her off the street .
huh

Johnson City, TN

#40 Jul 30, 2013
I don't understand all the secrecy about the names. Any other county would of had them blasted on the news making an example out of them.
my opinion

Hickory, NC

#41 Jul 30, 2013
As with all posts, I am certain someone will disagree. I applaud the law enforcement on the busts in hopes that at LEAST one of the fifty will understand the reprecussions of their actions and possibly get their life straightened back up. One less user/dealer/thief on our streets would be great. They could also be a positive guiding light to another person dealing with their own demons. This problem is by no means under control yet but any and all actions to keep the working persons home, children, family and possessions safe is, in my opinion, appreciated.

Since: Jul 13

Location hidden

#42 Jul 30, 2013
huh wrote:
I don't understand all the secrecy about the names. Any other county would of had them blasted on the news making an example out of them.
You will get the names soon enough. Think... what good would it do to "blast" their names and let anyone who is associated with one or more of those names get a head start on running or getting rid of evidence. They are playing the name game with the ones they took in. They must have cut the doc a pretty nice deal and maybe some protective custody. I wouldn't want 50 angry crack dealing/smoking pill heads pissed off at me.

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