Dozens to be rounded up in record-breaking drug bust

Mar 21, 2013 Read more: wtvr.com 16

Police plan to round-up more than 60 people after a six-month drug investigation in Hopewell.

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VN Vet

Hopewell, VA

#1 Mar 21, 2013
This is for those idiots who put down the police dept. They don't tell all their secrets in order to be able to catch the bad guys. You doofus armchair Kojacks out there, need to just take a nap. You may say"well they needed the state police". Well, that is like dotting your "I"s and crossing your "T"s, that is what the state police is for. Like the chief said, you drug dealers better leave town,'cause you are going to get caught.
it is what it is fakes

Hopewell, VA

#2 Mar 22, 2013
VN Vet wrote:
This is for those idiots who put down the police dept. They don't tell all their secrets in order to be able to catch the bad guys. You doofus armchair Kojacks out there, need to just take a nap. You may say"well they needed the state police". Well, that is like dotting your "I"s and crossing your "T"s, that is what the state police is for. Like the chief said, you drug dealers better leave town,'cause you are going to get caught.
i think it is still wrong to call people duffuses because some of yall are good and some bad o yeah try to understand that this is bulsides the point wana bees 1221lol lol
it is what it is fakes

Hopewell, VA

#3 Mar 22, 2013
yeah eh duffuses and thats thsame stuid ass attitude from the same fake people some od some bad
drj

Hopewell, VA

#4 Mar 22, 2013
its sucks i got 5 thousand dollar tax refund today and i can not even find any dope ready put some blue powder up my nose.
Same Ol Same Ol

Richmond, VA

#5 Mar 22, 2013
I do not think it has been a problem with HPD not doing their jobs. It is the Judges in Hopewell Court not doing there’s. Look at the names and rap sheets of those that were Indicted and arrested. Same names same offenses just a different day.

How many times does it take getting in trouble in Hopewell before the Court system decides it is time to send you to prison for a while? From the look of it several times. Too many Judges like to hold time over those they convict. I am sure that if all that time was imposed these people would not be on the streets for a long time.

If people paid more as much attention to the Hopewell Courts as they do the HPD, they might just see where the problem is. The PD keeps making arrests only to have the Judges slap their hand and send them back into society.
getagrip

Mint Spring, VA

#6 Mar 22, 2013
Well HDP need to put in as much affect into solving unsolved murders as they put into trying to lock people up for just trying to eat
Get Real Fools

Hopewell, VA

#7 Mar 22, 2013
Drugs and guns need to be off the street. About time Hopewell had a real chief that cares about the crime and scum living in our town.
Living in our town in government housing at that.
smh.

Lots that police need to check into here and I hope they go farther than just drugs and guns.
Anyone

Hopewell, VA

#8 Mar 22, 2013
Does Anyone know who got arrested? Have they released any information yet?
realest

Hopewell, VA

#9 Mar 22, 2013
they need to be rounded up, making to much easy money, plus they are living off tax payers and the government. talking bout they feed their kids and stuff with it, doesn't your babymomma get a WIC for that?
deals I have to share

Hopewell, VA

#10 Mar 22, 2013
I have been buying on ebay for about 6 months now. How I had forgot about ebay. Wow the Stuff I have gotten so cheap and the thrill of bidding is like gambling to see if I can get what I want. What a high it is bidding back and forth with somebody. Instead of buying a phone charger for 30. I'm getting it on ebay for 5 and new clothes for my whole family. sporting goods, I'm looking to get a boat right now. my wife's Easter Gifts Just ordered. I'm a good husband. Looking for my kids some easter stuff and found CAMO Pink, Camouflage Green & Camouflage Blue Easter Baskets just now. How tight is that. No store Lines and Fighting a crowd. Why pay full price with money so tight. Wanted to Let ya know. something positive on here for a change. Help one another that's what we all should do. But warning its addicting but the money I would have spent without ebay. I have saved so many Dollars. Thanks for listening. I just want to let everyone in on the savings. I have been saving so much and buying stuff I would buy at store anyway. And Betting somebody on an Auction for a 3.00 item that's worth 30 is a big high. I love the fight. good luck Mailbox is fun now.
Pray for you

Hopewell, VA

#11 Mar 23, 2013
drj wrote:
its sucks i got 5 thousand dollar tax refund today and i can not even find any dope ready put some blue powder up my nose.
Why not buy something you can have more than a few hours and support America Economy instead of the crime in America. Why not Actually remember spending your money on something I'm sure you or your family need. It may be a sign from God to turn your life around now.
Hi everyone

Hopewell, VA

#12 Mar 23, 2013
Anyone wrote:
Does Anyone know who got arrested? Have they released any information yet?
I would like to know where to find out?
Slurpee Summit

United States

#13 Mar 25, 2013
Same Ol Same Ol wrote:
I do not think it has been a problem with HPD not doing their jobs. It is the Judges in Hopewell Court not doing there’s. Look at the names and rap sheets of those that were Indicted and arrested. Same names same offenses just a different day.
How many times does it take getting in trouble in Hopewell before the Court system decides it is time to send you to prison for a while? From the look of it several times. Too many Judges like to hold time over those they convict. I am sure that if all that time was imposed these people would not be on the streets for a long time.
If people paid more as much attention to the Hopewell Courts as they do the HPD, they might just see where the problem is. The PD keeps making arrests only to have the Judges slap their hand and send them back into society.
You have a perfectly good set of questions. They're a bit off but nonetheless beyond your comprehension, at the present time.

Removing drug dealers has no bearing on dealing with the uncertainties nor insecurities which causes the need for the owners to pacify them. Hopewell has approximately 3000 drug users. These people are the working, middle and business class of your society. The dealers see a means of getting ahead of their current stations, the users freely give them that opportunity.

The undesired infliction is where the capital investors are concerned; they're not receiving their desired rate of growth. You can't reduce production by locking up the workers; therefore, you don't attack the problem. You can't cure everyone's perceived or real insecurities, so you allow the infiltration of illegal drugs and prescription drug abuse. If you'll notice, none of those arrest had anything to do with prescription narcotics. Why? Because the capital investors are receiving those profits. So, arrests aren't needed.

30 or 40 years of 35 million drug addicts; whom spend an annual $65 billion takes it's toll. The revolving cycle of dealers isn't the problem, never has been. Drug dealers are permanently removed, once they've collected and/or effectively removed from their economy a lifetime of earnings. A judge cannot sentence a person to life for committing a years worth of time displacement. Especially, when the time displaced is in part the want of another person.

Slurpee Summit

Philadelphia, PA

#14 Mar 25, 2013
Furthermore, the toilet can't be flushed, so to speak. In America, they haven't attempted to implement sharia law; wherein, if you steal, you lose your hand and things of that nature. You know, the Islamic Justice System. Basically, everyone attempts to get ahead of their time, at some point in America. How many speeding tickets are written in Hopewell a day on average? Plenty!!!!!

There's supposed to be a safe operating speed for everything. America exceeding that speed many years before any of us were thought of. The World did before America was even considered a valid pursuit.

Life, Liberty and The pursuit of happiness is the misconception all rolled up into a nicely worded package. Number 1, we aren't free to affix to life ourselves but other men have by creating unnatural orders of rule. Number 2, freedom doesn't exist. Number 3, most pursuits are buried in the fields of misconception and/or misunderstandings.

Whatever your given purpose in Life may be, I'm almost certain that it is a reaction to a naturally occurring undesired condition. Or someone else's reaction to someone else's reaction to a naturally occurring undesired condition. Pretty much everything that we're dealing with has Americans is first and foremost the forefathers' reaction to British rule. No differently than British rule was a reaction to someone else's reaction to whatever it was.

In all manners of seriousness in regards to sense in common with nature, we're too far off the spectrum to actually have the opportunity to make a difference. How people tolerate the insanity is fine by me with the exception of actually killing someone whom doesn't want to be killed.. If a person desires to have their lives crumble apart, then more power to them, have at it. Locking up the entire world just to control land and it's borders is the cause of what you find yourself deeply embedded.

I am the dumbest person you'll find. Most others like me don't speak. We bide our time. We touch everything but we also put it back down. Leaving it for others to fuss over, I find myself tickled as men play with crap. That's why I visit Topix. The chief in Hopewell is dumb. Stating that his efforts were done as a aim towards creating a finer quality of life for Hopewell's residents. A false sense of security and/or certainty directly creates more uncertainty and insecurity, when it's results aren't what they were stated as.

If longevity is his aim, quiet he would remain. People can deal with anything, placing their trust in a lie has proven to be intolerable as well as destabilizing. I collect dead people, if you must know my professional qualifications.

Viet Nam Viet thinks that I screw with dead bodies or that what I do is performed in a funeral home setting. I am the person whom is paid a salary to take college courses. I refer to myself as a funeral director. Once I and the other 1,000 people like me thoroughly examine those dead people's leftover thoughts, their remains are properly dealt with. We are always looking for signs of intelligence.

The little hand waving incessantly and the words, " I Want World Peace " belong to the watchers. What's really on your mind?

Where are you, really? Within the unfathomable, immeasurable and inconceivable Light of a single solitary Day is where. Life is one day for all of existence to share. Does the Sun extinguish and rekindle? Does night ever occur? Are you truly looking for an answer or did you just throw up a complaint in the form of questions? I would like to explore the depths of your opinion, with baited breath, I await your responses.
jason jones

Capitol Heights, MD

#15 Aug 20, 2014
U must be racist people should not have to go to prison for non violent crimes when child molesters get probation an murders get less time than drug dealers
jason jones

Capitol Heights, MD

#16 Aug 20, 2014
Slurpee Summit wrote:
<quoted text> You have a perfectly good set of questions. They're a bit off but nonetheless beyond your comprehension, at the present time.
Removing drug dealers has no bearing on dealing with the uncertainties nor insecurities which causes the need for the owners to pacify them. Hopewell has approximately 3000 drug users. These people are the working, middle and business class of your society. The dealers see a means of getting ahead of their current stations, the users freely give them that opportunity.
The undesired infliction is where the capital investors are concerned; they're not receiving their desired rate of growth. You can't reduce production by locking up the workers; therefore, you don't attack the problem. You can't cure everyone's perceived or real insecurities, so you allow the infiltration of illegal drugs and prescription drug abuse. If you'll notice, none of those arrest had anything to do with prescription narcotics. Why? Because the capital investors are receiving those profits. So, arrests aren't needed.
30 or 40 years of 35 million drug addicts; whom spend an annual $65 billion takes it's toll. The revolving cycle of dealers isn't the problem, never has been. Drug dealers are permanently removed, once they've collected and/or effectively removed from their economy a lifetime of earnings. A judge cannot sentence a person to life for committing a years worth of time displacement. Especially, when the time displaced is in part the want of another person.
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