Meth lab raided

There are 47 comments on the Lake County Record-Bee story from May 27, 2010, titled Meth lab raided. In it, Lake County Record-Bee reports that:

The SWAT Team raided a methamphetamine lab about 7:10 a.m. Wednesday on Cole Creek Road in Kelseyville to find a man lying in bed who then knocked over a capped jug of cooking drugs.

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matt

Waterloo, IA

#1 May 27, 2010
That is nothing, mexico and foreign countries have super labs that make good crystals, this guy was making garbage brown stuff that he had to drive all around to get enuf pills to make. crack down on the chemical factories in asia that make the raw stuff that mexico buys.
Koalabear2525

Vacaville, CA

#2 May 27, 2010
no bail , keep in jail for a year take the kids away for ever . after jail time kick them out of the county . have them take drug test weekly after jail time . have them pay for clean up .
Joke

Waterloo, IA

#3 May 27, 2010
matt wrote:
That is nothing, mexico and foreign countries have super labs that make good crystals, this guy was making garbage brown stuff that he had to drive all around to get enuf pills to make. crack down on the chemical factories in asia that make the raw stuff that mexico buys.
We are not in Asia or Mexico! This County needs to be cleaned up! To many druggies, what a bunch of losers!!
local resident

United States

#4 May 27, 2010
this scourge to society needs to be executed. many priors, this guy is career and he fuels the scum that thieve and steal to support their addiction. this devils drug clouds judgement beyond imagination. you see them walking in town skinny , ratty, toothless parasites to society. no responsiblities but unto the next bag of dope. gotta lock your stuff up because of these wretches.if you've got one in your neighborhood you can report it all day long without response from p.d. try to take care of it yourself and they'll vandalize or rip you off while at work. let's open up a season on them and save taxpayers money and give the legit citizen some peace of mind. let's make them disappear.
Clean the Streets

Waterloo, IA

#5 May 27, 2010
Joke wrote:
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We are not in Asia or Mexico! This County needs to be cleaned up! To many druggies, what a bunch of losers!!
Those involved need to go away for eternity. Yes, LC needs cleaning up. A LEO told me that Lake Co. is infested with drugs, he said "you would not believe just how bad it is". Those vile "adults" that got caught (thank God) have messed up their children's lives for ever.
curious

Lakeport, CA

#6 May 27, 2010
Typical GOB action! Waiting until two weeks before the election to make an arrest! It is totally apparent this was a Mitchell publicity stunt and I'm calling the loevlost hotline, they will expose this sham for what it really is!
Joey

Lucerne, CA

#7 May 27, 2010
Protect those innocent children rescued from a life of drugs. Is Cole Creel Rd the same road I saw buffalos roaming?
samiam

Kelseyville, CA

#8 May 27, 2010
matt wrote:
That is nothing, mexico and foreign countries have super labs that make good crystals, this guy was making garbage brown stuff that he had to drive all around to get enuf pills to make. crack down on the chemical factories in asia that make the raw stuff that mexico buys.
I don't remember seeing tons of meth ever being busted at the border. Your post sounds like Bush lying about WMD. Watch out everyone...the Mexicans are out to get us.
matt

Waterloo, IA

#9 May 27, 2010
The meth is brought in on I5. If you want to make meth in this country you either need to shop around at every store getting enough sudafed then must extract the pseudoephedrine from that. But in the other countries or with the right asian or middle eastern friends some import pure pseudoephedrine. Ppl in lake county make like the high but they are just USERS at the end of a very long journey. The only factories in the world making pseudoephedrine are in asia so 100% of the meth originates in asia. Deport mexicans and watch the drug supply dry up. Mexican DTOs distribute 85% of drugs. white crackheads maybe 15%
matt

Waterloo, IA

#10 May 27, 2010
http://www.google.com/imgres... check that site out the lab they busted would be considered a "mom and pop" lab. bunch of weak shit
matt

Waterloo, IA

#11 May 27, 2010
THIS IS FOR ALL YOU STUPID LAKE COUNTY PPL

From Amateur To Professional

Ironically, even when most jurisdictions were reporting fewer meth lab seizures, they weren't really noticing less methamphetamine in their area, just fewer labs. That can be explained in at least two ways. First, for meth produced domestically in the U.S., many of the traditional "mom and pop" lab have been replaced with meth "superlabs" because precursors are purchased in bulk. In Canada, we more or less skipped the "mom and pop" style lab and proceeded right to superlabs because we have tons of precursor chemicals here, mostly brought in legally from India, China and elsewhere.
matt

Waterloo, IA

#12 May 27, 2010
For example, here are the different colors or "tinges" on meth that indicate a mistake or omission in the manufacturing process:

RED: The end product was made using pseudoephedrine, and the red dye in the tablet was not adequately washed away.

ORANGE: This is an example of ephedrine sulfate being used and a portion of the sulfate was reduced to sulfur.

PURPLE: Iodine from a phosphorus-iodine reaction was not washed out properly.

GREEN: Copper (or other metallic salts) have adulterated the mixture, likely coming from a metal container used as the "reaction" vessel.

BROWN: Oxidized red coloring, or tableting* agent (a chemical agent used to bond a raw drug into a finished tablet) was present in the reduction.

It takes a chemist to make the stuff people in lake county buy. That guy was probally just a addict tryin to get high for cheap.
Julio

Canada

#13 May 27, 2010
Ahh lake county...where some not most parents care more about drugs than their kids...
observation

AOL

#14 May 27, 2010
We can't expect full containment of those who make and supply the drugs, there will always be another rat in the woodpile.
So, maybe the "or else" might be more affective. ie Make those who make Illegal drugs/sell Illegal drugs pay a very serious price.
Where making the drug becomes very unpopular to them. Make them pay for their own incarceration. If they are Mexican Illegals put a tracer in their bodies so you know exactly where they are at all times. These people have little to care about except the drug, obviously they don't even care about their children. The monkey has a big hold on them...but if they know they can't get a "fix"....the fear begins, reality sets in.
We need to pressure our Sheriff's office to crack down on drugs, and gangs in the county. We have a beautiful county, we need to protect it. Or we lose it.
whatashame

United States

#15 May 27, 2010
how utterly sad for the kids.
Lowell Grant

Richmond, CA

#16 May 27, 2010
Read an article that 70% of ALL criminal prosecutions in CA involve meth at some level. When I mentioned this to a friend, who happens to be a local judge, he told me that he believe 90% of his cases involve meth. Why is the sheriff going after grant money to eradicate POT on FEDERAL lands when METH is causing 90% of our criminal cases???? Just a thought....I bet there's grant $ for meth too, but it's more dangerous.
keep it real

United States

#17 May 27, 2010
Well we are all against Meth. But lets spin a little different twist on this. First of all this was a broken down shack with a guy sleeping in it. We all know what this is it is Mitchell using the RB during election time. Period. Now let's look at the article details, as you will note no meth was found, and none was reported to be found. There was some cooking process going on, but we suspect about a teaspoon if anything, although the paper does not indicate any actual Meth was found. Ok we don't need to agree on the safety of the children, or the nasty man that was arrested, that is all a given, what we need to do is see the forest thru the trees. You can be sure that if we were not in election time, this would have never happened. They got nothing. But the write up is as if Davidson who is not the cleanest cop on the beat and Bauman have just taken out a major Meth supplier in the county. Its a game, its Mitchell, and he is using the Record Bee for his own ends, when will our local papers stop being such pawns to Mitchell and his GOB's..Nice try no cigar boys.
Good Job

Fresno, CA

#21 May 27, 2010
Thank god seriously this county needs to be cleaned up of its filth, Ive lived in Lake for a couple of years now and man yea the land is beautiful but the meth infested drugged out people. One day I was in safeway in clearlake and these women were all tweaked out in the cereal aisle, geeze get real people I know there has to be more people recognizing this than just me, Good job Lake Sheriff and all who helped !!!! Lets get the scum out!
Sureofit

Alameda, CA

#22 May 27, 2010
meth is one of the seven plagues.
observation

AOL

#23 May 27, 2010
Good Job wrote:
Thank god seriously this county needs to be cleaned up of its filth, Ive lived in Lake for a couple of years now and man yea the land is beautiful but the meth infested drugged out people. One day I was in safeway in clearlake and these women were all tweaked out in the cereal aisle, geeze get real people I know there has to be more people recognizing this than just me, Good job Lake Sheriff and all who helped !!!! Lets get the scum out!
Yes, Thank you Lake County Sheriff, keep up the good work and maybe we can get all the druggies and gangs out of our County. You have a big job ahead of you, lock them up...or send them packing out of our County.

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