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#1 Jan 24, 2010
Saw on the news were they got alot of ky people going there then i saw the news paper on here about renee murphy were they busted her 2 or 3 nights ago coming in from florida.
Capt Freedom

Richmond, KY

#2 Jan 24, 2010
I hope they close the boarders to Florida to all of the PILL BILLYS.
BORN IRVINE DIE ELSEWHERE

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#3 Jan 25, 2010
This has changed the face of ESTILL COUNTY !
The party scene use to consist of pot & beer and now your young people are sticking needles in there arms just like the junkies in NEW YORK CITY, CHICAGO and LOS ANGELES.
They are frequently murdering each other and stealing from the public.
EVERYONE IN IRVINE KNOWS IF THERE FAMILY MEMBERS ARE INVOLVED IN THIS SCURGE ON SCOCIETY AND MOST JUST SET THERE AND DO NOTHING ??????

Its up to you IRVINE , you are allowing for your own destruction by staying silent !!!!!!!
ruuurrrrrr

Middlesboro, KY

#4 Jan 25, 2010
What news station!!!??
I hate a thief

Berea, KY

#5 Jan 25, 2010
ruuurrrrrr wrote:
What news station!!!??
I saw it on WDKY. It was the cop (Jackson) talking about getting 4 arrests in an hours time. I didn't see Murphy or Stone nor did they mention their name. This was on Saturday night at 10 pm.
question

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#6 Jan 25, 2010
if you no someone that is doing this can you give there plate number to the law. will the law follow them or wait on them to come back in ky. curious i no several florida travelers but didn't realize they were going getting drugs until heard it on the news and on hear. now it makes since why they are going to florida so much and they don't work.what will be next??? but you no the drugs are bad everywhere not just irvine!!!
alot from irvine

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#8 Jan 25, 2010
there is so many i know going also this is getting out of hand!!!
yeah honey

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#9 Jan 25, 2010
I bought my car in Cinci, lets doit!
hey

Manchester, KY

#10 Jan 25, 2010
ok who all gose to fl to get pills
haha Pill Billy

Heidrick, KY

#11 Jan 25, 2010
I like the Pill Billy title. The only problem is it has become hard for the sick to get the meds they need. I hope every drughead out there dies so their habits will no longer hurt the innocent sick people.
Capt Freedom

Richmond, KY

#12 Jan 25, 2010
haha Pill Billy wrote:
I like the Pill Billy title. The only problem is it has become hard for the sick to get the meds they need. I hope every drughead out there dies so their habits will no longer hurt the innocent sick people.
Easy man. those Pill Billys have famlies that would be devistated by that. There is at least one in every family.
OMG

New York, NY

#13 Jan 25, 2010
Everyone on here is talking about how terrible the pill heads are, well, have you once stopped and thought just how terrible these doctors are???? If there were more strict guidelines put in place on people getting these meds, this problem could be minimized. I think, people who get prescriptions should be tested every 2 days- to make sure they have the meds in their system and have a pill count. I realize that there is some of this in action, but only once month, obviously these people have found a way around it- because we are drowning in pain meds.

THE DOCTORS WRITING THESE PRESCRIPTIONS ARE AT FAULT!!!!
-People are getting hooked on meds
-People are over-dosing
-People are dying

Someone needs to take blame- maybe charging a fine to the drs. might slow their trigger finger when writing a script.

Yes, we all know some people need these meds, but if they really need them than they shouldn't mind proving it. This one act will save lives and families and eventually bring back quality of life here....and to the rest of the country...it's an epidemic all over..........
haha Pill Billy

Heidrick, KY

#14 Jan 25, 2010
They are proving their legitimate medical problems. You do not realize how strict it has become. The DEA is running things now. I know several people now that have to go to another state to see a doctor and get their prescriptions filled. It is all legitimate but pharmacies in Kentucky are beginning to deny legitimate scripts. However many drug abusers continue to easily get their medicines in their own towns. So let the abusers die so the innocent can get justice. I'll change my mind when the DEA quits supporting the drug trade.
LOL

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#15 Jan 25, 2010
if the current users die there will be more to replace them. it's heredity, if they aren't addicted to one thing it's another. it's all that inbreeding you irvinites are doing. stop scroggin your sister.
True

Cincinnati, OH

#16 Jan 26, 2010
OMG wrote:
Everyone on here is talking about how terrible the pill heads are, well, have you once stopped and thought just how terrible these doctors are???? If there were more strict guidelines put in place on people getting these meds, this problem could be minimized. I think, people who get prescriptions should be tested every 2 days- to make sure they have the meds in their system and have a pill count. I realize that there is some of this in action, but only once month, obviously these people have found a way around it- because we are drowning in pain meds.
THE DOCTORS WRITING THESE PRESCRIPTIONS ARE AT FAULT!!!!
-People are getting hooked on meds
-People are over-dosing
-People are dying
Someone needs to take blame- maybe charging a fine to the drs. might slow their trigger finger when writing a script.
Yes, we all know some people need these meds, but if they really need them than they shouldn't mind proving it. This one act will save lives and families and eventually bring back quality of life here....and to the rest of the country...it's an epidemic all over..........
This is the truest thing I have heard on here about drugs.You need to target the ones who are making the big money. The Dr.'s who are giving pain meds that are meant for terminally ill people for a toothache. A lot of people trust these Dr.s and don't mean to get addicted.
lmbo

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#17 Jan 26, 2010
although it is true that EC is full of druggies,wh@res that no one would miss if they were to OD but there also some that deserve better than to be hooked on a bunch of pills...especially our youth who haven't even had a chance to discover their path in life. I think that there should be some stringent regulations in place .
health care nut

Lexington, KY

#18 Jan 26, 2010
question wrote:
if you no someone that is doing this can you give there plate number to the law. will the law follow them or wait on them to come back in ky. curious i no several florida travelers but didn't realize they were going getting drugs until heard it on the news and on hear. now it makes since why they are going to florida so much and they don't work.what will be next??? but you no the drugs are bad everywhere not just irvine!!!
It isn't illegel to go get the pills what is when they open them and take to many and get stopped and their pill count is off.That is what gets them busted.. the fools!!The law down there can take all the lioense plate numbers they want it will not do any good unless they don't have insurance, invalad license or the pill count is off.. so now what ??
Capt Freedom

Richmond, KY

#19 Jan 26, 2010
Profiling...
WHUT

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#20 Jan 26, 2010
There is no addict that takes the prescribed amount. It would be like not taking it at all. As for the dealers, they become addicts in short order. They don't go to Florida for just 1 bottle and that is illegal. If you are from E. ky and are going to Fla. ...Fly and rent a car there or you'll spend your vacation in the access lane.
Revoltuion

Manchester, KY

#21 Jan 26, 2010
health care nut wrote:
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It isn't illegel to go get the pills what is when they open them and take to many and get stopped and their pill count is off.That is what gets them busted.. the fools!!The law down there can take all the lioense plate numbers they want it will not do any good unless they don't have insurance, invalad license or the pill count is off.. so now what ??
Now what, I'll tell ya, legislation is being written up as we speak, that's what. In a few short months pill heads will be sh!-t out of luck and a good majority will be imprisoned.

BY SCOTT HIAASEN AND BREANNE GILPATRICK
SHIAASEN@MIAMIHERALD.COM
TALLAHASSEE -- Florida lawmakers on Thursday approved a plan to monitor the prescription drugs sold by doctors and pharmacists throughout the state, hoping to shed South Florida's reputation as the fountainhead of black-market painkillers flooding the eastern United States.

By a vote of 103 to 10, the House of Representatives agreed to create a statewide database to track drug purchases and curb ''doctor shopping'' by addicts and potential drug peddlers seeking pills from multiple physicians. Last week, the Senate also approved the bill, which Gov. Charlie Crist is expected to sign into law.

http://www.miamiherald.com/news/legislature/s...

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