Sheriff Farley announces plan; drug f...

Sheriff Farley announces plan; drug fight continues

There are 12 comments on the Lincoln Journal story from Oct 24, 2013, titled Sheriff Farley announces plan; drug fight continues. In it, Lincoln Journal reports that:

With concerns growing about the county's drug related criminality, Lincoln County Sheriff Ken Farley last week announced a deputy zoning plan that will see his officers posted at a number of locations.

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Pillhead Fred

New York, NY

#1 Oct 26, 2013
Your war on drugs is lost.
deserve better

Hamlin, WV

#2 Oct 26, 2013
I feel a lot of the law enforcers are catching the headlines for what fifty or so doper. The rest of the good people get no grants or bonuses. What happens when someone from out of state every week reads this stuff. I don't even diguss the paper or even read it around my kids or even let them share the views. The legacy for our children is what?? And I know drug are every where but why do they get the headlines. More $$$$ please please but somthing in the headline worth me actulally bringing home to read to my children.
get the drugs

Charleston, WV

#3 Oct 27, 2013
Pillhead Fred wrote:
Your war on drugs is lost.
pill heads like you Fred wish our sheriff quit trying......sorry about your luck you may be next
good job

Chapmanville, WV

#4 Oct 27, 2013
farley and his deputies are doing a good job in a tough situation.
i know the jails are crowded, but it would help a lot if the magistrates and judges would not let those people who are repeatedly arrested out as soon as the police arrest them. that is discouraging for the police.
get the drugs

Charleston, WV

#5 Oct 27, 2013
good job wrote:
farley and his deputies are doing a good job in a tough situation.
i know the jails are crowded, but it would help a lot if the magistrates and judges would not let those people who are repeatedly arrested out as soon as the police arrest them. that is discouraging for the police.
I agree with you
suggestion

Branchland, WV

#6 Oct 27, 2013
Here's an idea: Let's put some of these unemployed good people to work building more jails and let them work as guards. Let's lock the druggies all up together in "DRUG PRISONS." It would be low-risk -- assuming they are also not rapists or killers. That would be a great use of taxpayer money. Hell, I'd take a tax increase to get this trash off of the streets. No one will complain. And once we get them in jail, let's feed them water and gruel. That won't cost much. But most of all, let's lock the losers up and keep them there! The rest of us want to feel safe.
get the drugs

Charleston, WV

#7 Oct 28, 2013
suggestion wrote:
Here's an idea: Let's put some of these unemployed good people to work building more jails and let them work as guards. Let's lock the druggies all up together in "DRUG PRISONS." It would be low-risk -- assuming they are also not rapists or killers. That would be a great use of taxpayer money. Hell, I'd take a tax increase to get this trash off of the streets. No one will complain. And once we get them in jail, let's feed them water and gruel. That won't cost much. But most of all, let's lock the losers up and keep them there! The rest of us want to feel safe.
build a tent city on a old strip mine site
TSE

Macon, GA

#8 Oct 28, 2013
I'm not a drug user, and I can tell you where a lot of drug users live and what they use. It's sad people of the community know this, and so do the state authorities, but nothing is really don't about it. They bust meth labs only to let the arrestees be released to go right back and make some more. We need a long term plan. Don't just bust them and let them back loose. Keep them locked up until they are completely clean and refuse to go back.
Sterkfontein Swartkrans

Doylestown, PA

#9 Oct 28, 2013
It's too bad the sheriff's name is not Charles Ulmer. Then we could call him Chuck U Farley!
Police are Thugs

New York, NY

#10 Nov 22, 2013
The lost war on drugs
abc

Chesapeake, OH

#11 Nov 22, 2013
Calls have been made to sheriff office about meth houses on sod/alum creek area. They do nothing about it. The funks go to a motel in Kanawha county and they get a tip and an arrest is made.
Take lessons sheriff, this is how it's done.
Please

Langsville, OH

#12 Dec 1, 2013
It's useless to even report anyone who makes meth! They just ignore it or get info when they do and release them! It's pointless....you might see a change when u require a script to get the cold tabs. Can't wait, they'll be a bunch if dope heads laid up for a while. Maybe they all rot and die!

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