5 arrested in Queensbury drug bust

5 arrested in Queensbury drug bust

There are 18 comments on the WNYT Albany story from May 25, 2009, titled 5 arrested in Queensbury drug bust. In it, WNYT Albany reports that:

Forty-two year old Debra Marciano is charged with four counts of 3rd degree felony criminal sale of a controlled substance.

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eddie1

United States

#1 May 25, 2009
When will these stupid drug addicts\dealers ever learn?

I guess when they are 6 feet under!
Mike Brown

Bingham, ME

#2 May 25, 2009
AS I SEE IT, by Mike "Mainer Mike" Brown, The AS I SEE IT Guy.

Drug dealers are just a bunch of fun people!

Anything for easy money. Or at least that's what they think.

The problem is that you always have to live in fear.

I guess for them, that's half the enjoyment.

Sounds like an appealling profession to me.
Raffaviv

Germany

#3 May 25, 2009
FAILED! The life of getting a job, not becoming a .... b.g and selling s..t . I mean look at the ages of those arrested? 50+ yrs?

FAILED! And dont hand me the story my mom drank, dad left, my sister has crabs and my grandmother is nuts. Wait, lets go full defence, they can blame this on the current economy crisis! YES making money off the books,, yet looking the Divine ,Debra Marciano , looks like shes been around the blocks a few and KNEW of the crap she was selling and using.

FAILED. All the other druggies out there that dealt with em.

´´Run to the hills´´!
kathe

Watervliet, NY

#4 May 26, 2009
how pitiful! downright disgusting! its people like you that need to be placed away for a long time!

something has to be done with you and people like you!

crack is ruining so many lives! if not by overdose...by addiction! and then comes crime...violent crimes because this drug of crack is so addicting all it takes is one hit on the pipe and your done!

i think our governor needs to put some laws into effect with serious penalities! even if it means long term confinement!

that is the only way this is going to stop! when are you all going to realize this! when one of your family members gets murdered or mutilated! well i think it will be to late then!

this is to far out of hand!and is in the hands of the teenagers and young adults!

DRUG REFORM LAWS HAVE TO BE CHANGED!
adams34

Albany, NY

#6 May 26, 2009
Ok OK people let us not all sit in judgement here.....These people did what they did and it was wrong....Im sure that all of u have done something wrong that others have sat and called u names!!!! We must take responsiablity for our own actions. We must educate as much as possiable. Come on, do u really want the gov.To impose stricter laws on drugs??? Or just enforce the we have??? Look what he is doing with albany county trans fat issue...They (he) the gov. is triing to tell us what to eat and how to make it....that is taking away one of our freedoms....the freedom to choice!!! Which is what these people on drugs are doing.They made a choice...let them deal with their own consiquenses.Let them do what they do,and let the law do what they do best.
Cfoote

Albany, NY

#7 May 26, 2009
adams34 wrote:
Ok OK people let us not all sit in judgement here.....These people did what they did and it was wrong....Im sure that all of u have done something wrong that others have sat and called u names!!!! We must take responsiablity for our own actions. We must educate as much as possiable. Come on, do u really want the gov.To impose stricter laws on drugs??? Or just enforce the we have??? Look what he is doing with albany county trans fat issue...They (he) the gov. is triing to tell us what to eat and how to make it....that is taking away one of our freedoms....the freedom to choice!!! Which is what these people on drugs are doing.They made a choice...let them deal with their own consiquenses.Let them do what they do,and let the law do what they do best.
The Gov is a buffone when it comes to drug laws. His recent action to lay off 2000 corrections officers and close 3 faciltiies to balance the budget means he is hoping the assembly ans state senate will allow him to release 1500-2500 convicts of lesser drug chargesby changing the Rockerfeller Drug Laws. Oh I am sure former Schenectady Police Chief Kazmareck is in that number as well. I agree that people meed to be held responsib;e for their actions, but the Gov is not helping by any means
prettybird

Queensbury, NY

#8 May 26, 2009
She is pretty
Devvy

Saratoga Springs, NY

#9 May 26, 2009
Lets not judge them? Give me a break. Most of these drug addicts/pharmaceutical reps are on welfare and medicaid. They take the money WE give them and spend it on drugs. Drug test each time they pick up their welfare ck. They fail? No check. They have to live on the street? Oh well. It is their choice. It is time WE WORKING Americans STOP paying for these dirtbags.
Cfoote

Albany, NY

#10 May 26, 2009
Devvy wrote:
Lets not judge them? Give me a break. Most of these drug addicts/pharmaceutical reps are on welfare and medicaid. They take the money WE give them and spend it on drugs. Drug test each time they pick up their welfare ck. They fail? No check. They have to live on the street? Oh well. It is their choice. It is time WE WORKING Americans STOP paying for these dirtbags.
Sounds like a plan to me.. You should run for Governor!
Will78

United States

#11 May 26, 2009
i think our governor needs to put some laws into effect with serious penalities! even if it means long term confinement!

this is to far out of hand!and is in the hands of the teenagers and young adults!
DRUG REFORM LAWS HAVE TO BE CHANGED!

New York State tried and failed with the get-tough approach for 35 years. Prison resources should be reserved for those who pose a threat to one's safety. If NYS continues down this draconian path regarding drug use/abuse we're going to wind up like California...BROKE!
The only real solution is to legalization, tax and regulate all illegal drugs. But those who oppose this idea aren't concerned they'd be tempted to experiment, they're concerned that others will succumb to temptation. Do these 5 five arrests amount to a hill of beans concerning the availability of drugs in Queensbury or anywhere else. I didn't think so. Albert Einstein defined insanity as the expectation of different result by doing the same thing. Sounds like the drug war strategy to me.
Cfoote

Albany, NY

#12 May 26, 2009
Will78 wrote:
i think our governor needs to put some laws into effect with serious penalities! even if it means long term confinement!
this is to far out of hand!and is in the hands of the teenagers and young adults!
DRUG REFORM LAWS HAVE TO BE CHANGED!
New York State tried and failed with the get-tough approach for 35 years. Prison resources should be reserved for those who pose a threat to one's safety. If NYS continues down this draconian path regarding drug use/abuse we're going to wind up like California...BROKE!
The only real solution is to legalization, tax and regulate all illegal drugs. But those who oppose this idea aren't concerned they'd be tempted to experiment, they're concerned that others will succumb to temptation. Do these 5 five arrests amount to a hill of beans concerning the availability of drugs in Queensbury or anywhere else. I didn't think so. Albert Einstein defined insanity as the expectation of different result by doing the same thing. Sounds like the drug war strategy to me.
While I agree there needs to be reform, there is still one big problem. Huge drug cartells don't charge tax or regulate their goods. If NYS make drug legals they will sell at a certain price, the drug cartells will just undercut that price to make them more affordable, so its a lose/lose situation. If you can by more for less the market is competetive. NYS is not is the business of selling drugs, nor would they at a loss.
Devvy

Saratoga Springs, NY

#13 May 26, 2009
Legalization? Are you just plain stupid or are you on crack too. First of all legalization means that our roads will not be safe. Our work places will not be safe. You will have more addicts than you already have. Then they can all stop working and collect welfare and medicaid, get their drugs for free. Wow we can't fix stupid... Dont legalize it. Make the penalties so tough ppl will not want to be caught with or on drugs. HOw you say? Bring back the chain gang. Make them work their arses off. To hell with human rights. They have none once they have broken the law. work their tails off. Make their lives miserable. They stay in our jails / they pay. No free handouts. They want to eat? They work. They want to earn tv? They work. And I mean work. Chain gang em.
right

Queensbury, NY

#14 May 26, 2009
for the people saying "lets not judge" YES LETS! you put your ugly fat face up on display (news)- I WILL JUDGE and make fun of you! Ive never known anyone (self included) who has had their face on the news for breaking the law - sorry my right to judge and make fun.
Cfoote

Albany, NY

#15 May 26, 2009
Devvy wrote:
Legalization? Are you just plain stupid or are you on crack too. First of all legalization means that our roads will not be safe. Our work places will not be safe. You will have more addicts than you already have. Then they can all stop working and collect welfare and medicaid, get their drugs for free. Wow we can't fix stupid... Dont legalize it. Make the penalties so tough ppl will not want to be caught with or on drugs. HOw you say? Bring back the chain gang. Make them work their arses off. To hell with human rights. They have none once they have broken the law. work their tails off. Make their lives miserable. They stay in our jails / they pay. No free handouts. They want to eat? They work. They want to earn tv? They work. And I mean work. Chain gang em.
Devvy if you run for Gov can I be your campaign manager? Promise me you'll bring back the death penalty too! Oh yeah and make it that 3 time DWI offenders lose their licences forever!
Devvy

Saratoga Springs, NY

#16 May 26, 2009
Ahhh Cfoote I too would bring back the DWI offenders lose their licence but why give them 3 chances. One time is enough. After that? Zero tolerance.

The funny thing is Cfoote I would love to run for office and fix the judicial system, welfare system, medicaid system....but there are so many human rights activists that seem to know whats best for the criminal. That they end up having more rights than we do. And look where we are today? We need to go back to the old west law. Find a tall tree and short rope. You kill, rape, or hurt a child in anyway....a public hanging would suffice. That way maybe ppl would think twice about hurting another human. It worked back then. Look at us now.
kathe

Watervliet, NY

#17 May 27, 2009
WE HAVE TO GET THESE CRACK HEADS AND CRACK DEALERS OFF THE STREETS!
THEY ARE THE LOWEST FORM OF A HUMAN BEING THAT THEIR IS!
BURGLARIES..ROBBERIES..ASSAULT ...RAPINGS...AND ANYTHING ELSE VIOLENT!
THERE IS NO REHAB FOR THESE PEOPLE BECAUSE THAT DRUG IS TO POWERFUL...AND IT SEEMS TO BE TAKING OVER LIVES!
WE NEED TO LISTEN NOW BEFORE MORE PEOPLE AND CHILDREN BECOME VICTIM TO THEIR VIOLENCE!
Wow

Queensbury, NY

#18 May 27, 2009
she really is pretty! heheheheheh
wow

Albany, NY

#19 May 27, 2009
ha u dont need to look at her more then once to kno shes a druggy lol

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