Meth Bust Huntsville

Meth Bust Huntsville

There are 46 comments on the WHNT News 19 story from May 31, 2010, titled Meth Bust Huntsville. In it, WHNT News 19 reports that:

The Madison-Morgan County Strategic Counterdrug Team have arrested 5 people on meth related charges.

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hsv citizen

Des Moines, IA

#1 May 31, 2010
makes you wonder. since Donald Sylvester is the only one out of jail from the last meth bust, was he involved in this one as well?
bet so
carrie

Laceys Spring, AL

#3 May 31, 2010
Wonderful! Get this witches brew off the street. Morgan County you have had 5 pieces of filth erased from your hometown street. Keep up the good work! Yes! God bless America again....carrie
carrie

Laceys Spring, AL

#4 May 31, 2010
Woonhung Lo wrote:
I hope they put them in jail and throw away the key for poisoning our kids with meth. Crack is the way to go.


Pardon? Are you stupid enough to admit you do "CRACK"on the internet? Wonder how long it will take the "Swat Team " to find your house. Stay on line and .....Keep Talking.We can only pray you will be NEXT. carrie
ivy

Boca Raton, FL

#5 May 31, 2010
way to go, it's good to get them off the street before they blow up their house and their neighbor's house as well, scary stuff. meth is the worst drug ever.
bran

Memphis, TN

#6 May 31, 2010
notice the ages?!?! 19 - 26 They ARE kids!!!! wake up people !!! there needs to be intervention, education, rehabilitation ...... there are 14 yr olds out there on this crap!!!
so sad

Arab, AL

#7 May 31, 2010
i know one of these young men. He was a good kid and he comes from a good family. I'm in tears hearing about him being mixed up with drugs and I'm praying for all of them and their parents, too. Addiction is a lie of satan that so many fall for....pray for them! Please!
short

United States

#8 May 31, 2010
bran wrote:
notice the ages?!?! 19 - 26 They ARE kids!!!! wake up people !!! there needs to be intervention, education, rehabilitation ...... there are 14 yr olds out there on this crap!!!
ACTUALLY BRAN, THEY ARE GROWN. NONE OF THEM ARE UNDER 18.
bran

Memphis, TN

#9 May 31, 2010
well short...when u have a 19 yr old (if you don't already) i would hope as a mother/father you would feel the need to educate them on the disasters of drug use. and if God forbid it did happen i would hope you would see intervention, rehabilitation as a means of helping them no matter if they're 19 or 48 !!! THAT is what families do!(or should) Since when does being over the age constitute no one giving a crap about them ?
so sad

Arab, AL

#11 May 31, 2010
bran wrote:
well short...when u have a 19 yr old (if you don't already) i would hope as a mother/father you would feel the need to educate them on the disasters of drug use. and if God forbid it did happen i would hope you would see intervention, rehabilitation as a means of helping them no matter if they're 19 or 48 !!! THAT is what families do!(or should) Since when does being over the age constitute no one giving a crap about them ?
AMEN!
HSV Commentator

Decatur, AL

#12 May 31, 2010
I think we need to make labor camps, so that these people learn how to live in work in a sober environment. Why are we using tax dollars for jail when we could make a labor camp and profit from the rehabilitation of these people. They would pay for themselves.
harley

United States

#14 May 31, 2010
What is sad about all of this..they will just get a slap on the hand and get out of jail and then they are back at it again.
Tony D

Huntsville, AL

#16 Jun 1, 2010
Sal and his team are doing one hell of a job,keep it up.
murph

Denver, CO

#17 Jun 1, 2010
Woonhung Lo wrote:
I hope they put them in jail and throw away the key for poisoning our kids with meth. Crack is the way to go.
I cannot believe this guy just posted this on a website, he must be on crack. What a piece of trash he is, unbelievable.
blackTEA

Marbury, AL

#18 Jun 1, 2010
HSV Commentator wrote:
I think we need to make labor camps, so that these people learn how to live in work in a sober environment. Why are we using tax dollars for jail when we could make a labor camp and profit from the rehabilitation of these people. They would pay for themselves.
China already does that and the USA condemned it as a human rights violation called "slave labor".
Have a heart

United States

#19 Jun 1, 2010
I too know one of these individuals. He was a good kid...he has just gotten mixed up in things that turn you into a different person. People need to realize this could be your child one day. I am not saying they don't deserve punishment but have a heart...they do belong to people who love them!
clm

Huntsville, AL

#21 Jun 1, 2010
Crackhead Bob wrote:
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I have to agree with this guy, I prefer crack over meth anyday. Crack is just cocaine in it`s purest form. Meth is made of household cleaning supplies and battery acid. When I get high I like to know that the drugs I use are not harmful to my body. CRACK:It does a body good......
Crack does not do a body good, you need to be in jail with the rest of them. If you think it's so wonderful why don't you put your address up here. Maybe more crack folks will come to your house and we can have another good bust.
Task force also need to focus on the Hazel Green area, no one up there gets busted and there is alot of it around.
Yeppers

United States

#22 Jun 1, 2010
Have a heart wrote:
I too know one of these individuals. He was a good kid...he has just gotten mixed up in things that turn you into a different person. People need to realize this could be your child one day. I am not saying they don't deserve punishment but have a heart...they do belong to people who love them!
Agree totally with you. I, too, know one of these and know he is just on the wrong track of life right now. I pray he gets help and fast. These folks never set out to be addicts. Just like some of you never set out to be an alcoholic or lover of material possessions or a smoker addicted to nicotine...same stuff you are saying about these folks could be said for you.....
Ben Derhover

Knoxville, TN

#23 Jun 1, 2010
I sure hope Hippie was not involved. Hobbs Island is a drug head sanctuary.
GET IT RIGHT

Birmingham, AL

#24 Jun 1, 2010
people that make meth have bonds of 500,000...but yet dude that murdered someone has a 50,000 bond....sick.

“Dont speak for me”

Since: Apr 10

Alabama

#26 Jun 1, 2010
harley wrote:
What is sad about all of this..they will just get a slap on the hand and get out of jail and then they are back at it again.
I agree they never ever learn,nothing seems to help.I lost my mother to this evil drug,she has an arrest record that goes all the way back to 1997,and she still after everything will not stop doing this drug.If it wasnt for me an my uncle my little brother would not have walked with his class this year,she didnt even show her face.Very sad life they live.

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