Former Sheriff Back To Jail For Smoking Marijuana

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Former Telfair County Sheriff Ronnie Walker -- who served time in federal prison for protecting marijuana growers -- must return to prison by Valentine's Day after he admitted smoking marijuana while on ... Full Story
CanDy shOp

Ellijay, GA

#1 Jun 11, 2006
What did I say? Eh...twisted a$$ telfair cops hiitin on bud too just like they hittin those crack rocks. Wake the f*ck up you idiots. what are yall gon' do about that kid getting ran over??? Not a damn thing, oh but if he was a black kid then yall would have toted his a$$ right up in that jail. So what you are basically telling these little punks is that it's okay to kill someone as long as you are white. Willamson...come on wake up...if you could lock up Byro and Peewee up then why cant you lock this punk bit*h up. Well walker i do have to say you a good man for takin care of ganja growers.
Milan

United States

#2 Jun 17, 2006
CanDy shOp wrote:
What did I say? Eh...twisted a$$ telfair cops hiitin on bud too just like they hittin those crack rocks. Wake the f*ck up you idiots. what are yall gon' do about that kid getting ran over??? Not a damn thing, oh but if he was a black kid then yall would have toted his a$$ right up in that jail. So what you are basically telling these little punks is that it's okay to kill someone as long as you are white. Willamson...come on wake up...if you could lock up Byro and Peewee up then why cant you lock this punk bit*h up. Well walker i do have to say you a good man for takin care of ganja growers.
Stupid! He is going to jail. oh by the way he is white.
Milan

United States

#3 Jun 17, 2006
CanDy shOp wrote:
What did I say? what are yall gon' do about that kid getting ran over??? Not a damn thing, oh but if he was a black kid then yall would have toted his a$$ right up in that jail.
It is bad judgment to suround a truck and say you are going to hurt someone. When people fear for their life they will leave. If you are standing infront of the truck. what might happen? I bet you can tell me.
8baLL

Ellijay, GA

#4 Jun 18, 2006
Milan wrote:
<quoted text> It is bad judgment to suround a truck and say you are going to hurt someone. When people fear for their life they will leave. If you are standing infront of the truck. what might happen? I bet you can tell me.
why u still bitchin hoe, so you gonna take up dis challenge and see if u still talk dis shit to my face bitch coz ima end yo ass boy, what type of casket your parents wanna put u in
hurtinbaxley

Blackshear, GA

#6 Feb 24, 2009
8baLL wrote:
<quoted text>
why u still bitchin hoe, so you gonna take up dis challenge and see if u still talk dis shit to my face bitch coz ima end yo ass boy, what type of casket your parents wanna put u in
first and foremost you need to learn how to spell!!! your vocabulary sure isn,t in WEBSTERS.. as for putting someone in a casket why dont you get on your knees and ask GOD TO SAVE YOUR SICK SOUL!!!!!!!!!!
brenda123

United States

#7 Jun 16, 2009
stupid, that' why jesup will never change
Wiley

Jesup, GA

#8 Jun 21, 2009
Nobody should be in jail for pot. Period.
flygril

United States

#9 Jun 30, 2009
being in jail for pot, yes sir that is an offense and i hope cops lock ever one up for as long as they can for any drug violations. guess what you'll begin to see alot of nice homes in jesup start to go on the real estate market, why, because that's how people there in that small town and buying those homes in the first place. follow the paper trail and it will lead you to t;he drug dealers.
Flygril mama humper

Odum, GA

#10 Jul 15, 2009
Flygril you hate people who use drugs because you were a crack baby
flygril

United States

#11 Jul 17, 2009
no but i have had the opportunity to read law books and i do know the UMCJ pretty well, and yes i do very much hate drugs and the users and most of all the sellers.
watchingandwaiti ng

Athens, ME

#12 Sep 2, 2009
Telfair, McRae, gA has always had its share of crooked politicians, just like the rest of Georgia. They have got away with more than they went to jail for.
flygril

United States

#13 Sep 3, 2009
you gave the best answwer of all. great job!!!!!!! to watchinggrandwaiting
Telfair County Local

Marietta, GA

#14 Sep 26, 2009
I grew up in the small county of Telfair, and I do not mind saying that as someone who now lives in Atlanta, the moral high ground among elected officials is far higher than that of elected officials in Atlanta - both local, state and federal. The problem is that when the capital of the county has less than 3000 people, one person arrested brings more attention than 500 people arrested in a city of millions. The morals I hold true I learned in McRae, at the Methodist Church, and from my family and friends. I also graduated with Jim Williamson and knew Ronnie Walker. I will say only one thing about Jim, no one but he and his maker know the absolute truth. He owned up to it. I also will tell you that the Jim Williamson I knew had far, far, far more good in him that bad would ever find. The bigger question is this, when you live in a town that the majority of all people live below the poverty level, making it day-to-day to care for your family will make you consider things you never thought you would. I have not spoken to this man since 1978. However, I have been very close to Republican and Democratic elections much higher that this sheriff and find the corruption on this level so criminal our founding fathers are no longer resting in their graves. I resent it most when "it is all in the name of the lord." God did not intend for this. Jim, you have always had friends and will when you return home. You will come to terms with God and your family and hopefully learn from it. I hope you will still call me a friend. I don't think Ronnie and Jim had anything in common. Ronnie came from a political dynasty. Jim a country boy from Milan. Once time is served, let's give these people a change to put their families back together. Angie
Curious in Glynn

United States

#15 Oct 3, 2010
What are voters in Wayne County thinking about the Superior Court Judge election. For the first time in twenty years there is someone running against Judge Amanda Williams. Some people around Glynn County are saying it is time for a change and that twenty years in office is enough for a Judge. What do y'all think?

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