Drug task force arrests 13

Drug task force arrests 13

There are 56 comments on the The York Daily Record story from Jun 5, 2010, titled Drug task force arrests 13. In it, The York Daily Record reports that:

The York County Drug Task Force sold about 50 vehicles Monday -- seized from drug arrests during the past year -- and, last week, added five more vehicles to its cache.

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Working in Health Care

Baltimore, MD

#1 Jun 5, 2010
Dear York County Drug Task Force, Thank you for hard work and success in keeping drugs out of York county. It is an uphill battle, so every victory counts.
David

Mount Wolf, PA

#3 Jun 5, 2010
Nice work. Make it very costly to deal in drugs in York County-take everything these jerks own and then some of their lives as well. Keep the auctions supplied with goods! Every "little bit" of trash off the streets helps.
blow me

York, PA

#2 Jun 5, 2010
nice job drug task force
Ahole

York, PA

#4 Jun 5, 2010
blow me wrote:
nice job drug task force
Nice job with post name!
manchester resident

AOL

#5 Jun 5, 2010
and shaffer continues to be a bottom feeder, living off the good work of real cops
Fantastic Job

York, PA

#6 Jun 5, 2010
manchester resident wrote:
and shaffer continues to be a bottom feeder, living off the good work of real cops
KUDOS to Detective Shaffer and ALL who were involved in this most recent bust. Every little bit helps. Speaking of "bottom feeders", lay off the "whale $hit", "manchester resident"!
unbelievable destruction

York, PA

#7 Jun 5, 2010
bad bad bad day back in the hummer again.
Nick M

Dublin, OH

#8 Jun 5, 2010
What a joke... Cannabis is a plant high in medicinal value (now according to the AMA)... The esteemed members of the York County Drug Task Farce are the true criminals... I thought we lived in a free society? Our founding fathers (most of whom grew cannabis themselves) would be ashamed of what our country has become. We live in a police state, under the guise of a democracy. Police have turned into brutal thugs, salivating at the chance to turn non-violent citizens into hardcore criminals. Our country boasts the highest imprisonment rates, many of those behind bars for non-violent "drug" crimes (all of which is a massive burden to taxpayers). Do these cops really think they are winning the "war on drugs"? As quick as these cannabis growers are taken off the street, two more will rise up and replace them. The war on drugs has been a massive failure. The only reason the many police lobbying groups (such as the FOP) want to keep cannabis illegal is because it is a massive revenue source for police departments (forgetting the fact that most of that money comes from taxes) Despite the "war on drugs" cannabis remains the largest cash crop in the United States and one of the largest imports. The potential tax revenue for the cash strapped state of Pennsylvania is staggering... When will we realize that worthless police policies and corrupt politicians are the problem? Times are changing...
york resident

Wrightsville, PA

#9 Jun 5, 2010
pitiful...why dont you catch rapists and murderers...$300 in pot aint JACK!
york resident

Wrightsville, PA

#10 Jun 5, 2010
tuba player

York, PA

#11 Jun 5, 2010
manchester resident wrote:
and shaffer continues to be a bottom feeder, living off the good work of real cops
You are crazy and be happy you don't live in the City. Because of Detectives like Shaffer the City is a safer place. It seems like there more drug arrests with the new DA. I think Rebert and Graff were hampering the effort. I have no proof, it just seems that way.
task force lover

York, PA

#12 Jun 5, 2010
tuba player wrote:
<quoted text>You are crazy and be happy you don't live in the City. Because of Detectives like Shaffer the City is a safer place. It seems like there more drug arrests with the new DA. I think Rebert and Graff were hampering the effort. I have no proof, it just seems that way.
I AGREE. Graff was a JERK. He fooled a lot of people for years. He was just a big mouth with no balls. When you pulled his punk card he curled up like a little kid in a corner. Remember when he tried to run for judge???? What a loser.
blonde

Etters, PA

#13 Jun 5, 2010
congratulations to all law enforcement involved!!! Keep up the good work :) hmmmmm; wonder what year and color that F-150 is?? lol..
blonde

Etters, PA

#14 Jun 5, 2010
Nick M wrote:
What a joke... Cannabis is a plant high in medicinal value (now according to the AMA)... The esteemed members of the York County Drug Task Farce are the true criminals... I thought we lived in a free society? Our founding fathers (most of whom grew cannabis themselves) would be ashamed of what our country has become. We live in a police state, under the guise of a democracy. Police have turned into brutal thugs, salivating at the chance to turn non-violent citizens into hardcore criminals. Our country boasts the highest imprisonment rates, many of those behind bars for non-violent "drug" crimes (all of which is a massive burden to taxpayers). Do these cops really think they are winning the "war on drugs"? As quick as these cannabis growers are taken off the street, two more will rise up and replace them. The war on drugs has been a massive failure. The only reason the many police lobbying groups (such as the FOP) want to keep cannabis illegal is because it is a massive revenue source for police departments (forgetting the fact that most of that money comes from taxes) Despite the "war on drugs" cannabis remains the largest cash crop in the United States and one of the largest imports. The potential tax revenue for the cash strapped state of Pennsylvania is staggering... When will we realize that worthless police policies and corrupt politicians are the problem? Times are changing...
you thought we lived in a free society huh? And by that are you saying we are free to break the law too? No matter how you feel about pot- last time I looked it was still illegal to grow it, possess it, smoke it, or distribute it. So maybe you ought to just find another hiding place for your stash - me thinks you doth protest too much. Lol..;)
hummmmmmmm

York, PA

#15 Jun 5, 2010
blonde wrote:
congratulations to all law enforcement involved!!! Keep up the good work :) hmmmmm; wonder what year and color that F-150 is?? lol..
If you kept your head above the dash and looked out the windshield, you might know what color the F-150 was! Calm down, just kidding! lol...
lesbian

Ephrata, PA

#16 Jun 5, 2010
York county we have alot more drugs to sell. They wont be able to find them all.
manchester resident

AOL

#17 Jun 6, 2010
hey task force lover----who's the punk? graff may have been a jerk, dont know, dont know him, but at least his head wasnt in shaffers lap, like yours is. or is it the other way around.
Bdog

Westminster, MD

#18 Jun 6, 2010
KUDOS... to all involved with getting the trash off the streets.
Native Son

Reading, PA

#19 Jun 6, 2010
Nick M wrote:
What a joke... Cannabis is a plant high in medicinal value (now according to the AMA)... The esteemed members of the York County Drug Task Farce are the true criminals... I thought we lived in a free society? Our founding fathers (most of whom grew cannabis themselves) would be ashamed of what our country has become. We live in a police state, under the guise of a democracy. Police have turned into brutal thugs, salivating at the chance to turn non-violent citizens into hardcore criminals. Our country boasts the highest imprisonment rates, many of those behind bars for non-violent "drug" crimes (all of which is a massive burden to taxpayers). Do these cops really think they are winning the "war on drugs"? As quick as these cannabis growers are taken off the street, two more will rise up and replace them. The war on drugs has been a massive failure. The only reason the many police lobbying groups (such as the FOP) want to keep cannabis illegal is because it is a massive revenue source for police departments (forgetting the fact that most of that money comes from taxes) Despite the "war on drugs" cannabis remains the largest cash crop in the United States and one of the largest imports. The potential tax revenue for the cash strapped state of Pennsylvania is staggering... When will we realize that worthless police policies and corrupt politicians are the problem? Times are changing...
Are you a grower/dealer or recreational user in a 3 piece suit? Cesspool York will have a shortage of Mary Jane for a week or two until supply catches up to demand. Watch for a spike in street crime in Cesspool York until the middle of June because of this. Nice job York County Drug Task Force, keep the defective units on street drugs scrambling for their "fix"
Robert Zimmerman

Roxbury, PA

#20 Jun 6, 2010
Native Son wrote:
<quoted text>
Are you a grower/dealer or recreational user in a 3 piece suit? Cesspool York will have a shortage of Mary Jane for a week or two until supply catches up to demand. Watch for a spike in street crime in Cesspool York until the middle of June because of this. Nice job York County Drug Task Force, keep the defective units on street drugs scrambling for their "fix"
Mary Jane? I haven't heard it called that since the sixties. Have you been watching Dragnet reruns?

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