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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York, PA

#41 Jun 8, 2010
york resident wrote:
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Haha...you think just because someone sells drugs they dont have a normal job....your obvious oblivious to the world around you....OPEN YOUR EYES....or maybe they just need to be shut a lil bit more...funny aint???
A lot of them work at Harley.
CandlePower

Camp Hill, PA

#42 Jun 8, 2010
Who's going to bring in Trail and Steve's laundry off the clothes line?
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York, PA

#44 Jun 8, 2010
york resident wrote:
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Maybe if you just packed up a bowl, you'd get a lil something something out of it....oh wait, i forgot, you are a stuck up yoco citizen who will never see what really needs to be done.
OK wise one. Tell s what needs to be done. Grace us all with your amazing wisdom and knowledge. We cannot just shoot the scumbags and save us all a lot of time and oney.
heidi

United States

#45 Jun 13, 2010
you all are a joke. a victimless crime do you understand that these jokes of men you want to call cops hide behind badges because without them thay arent men they violate the constitution at every step to confiscate a plant imagine getting paid to bust corn because you can make whiskey out of it a far more deadly and dangerous drug than marijuana keep in mind legal just about every where else on planet it is illegal by constitution to legislate against anything natural these men I mean girls I am sorry ladies for the offense not even worthy of that , are ruining peoples live over something that is guaranteed by constitution to be legal only illegal so polluters who make poisons such as plastic and oil can stay in business anyone who supports this should not only be jailed with the arresting officers but should be executed summarily for treason can't blame stupid police for vendetta cause they where never accepted into mainstream and hate everyone including selves but one can blame intelligent humans who know better and just are to miserable to deserve to live no wonder every police officer on his psych exam tests positive for career criminal FACT and that they have highest suicide rate of any profession thank god for smith and wesson AMEN once again massive failure by police force to curb real crime
heidi

United States

#46 Jun 13, 2010
CandlePower wrote:
Who's going to bring in Trail and Steve's laundry off the clothes line?
who,s gojng to wipe your ass you stupid hypocritical liar and fool keep your idiocy tro yourself
heidi

United States

#47 Jun 13, 2010
police used accused murder to bother these innocent people trying to live and committing non violent offenses what do you think now already main suspect in murder of young girl walks streets so he can bust pot but live to kill again the truth hurts my friends know your facts before you speak
brian b

United States

#48 Jun 14, 2010
having went to school with these four individuals and knowing that two of them took accelerated classes and the other two graduated a year early with honors and on deans list I think you all should keep mouth shut till you know facts as three of four have had consistent jobs thier whole lives and owned thier own business have helped more people than I care to count and would give shirt off thier backs to anyone in need we all should be protesting the police's actions and asking for officers involved to step down and hand in thier badges they busted better people than themselves
Tom Scott

United States

#49 Jun 14, 2010
To the "stalker" driving by their house checking out their drying laundry, and peeping through their windows to catch a glimpse of light,: I personaly know the family and can attest that no strange lights were shining out of their home at night ever. Where do you people get this nonsense
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Jersey Shore, PA

#50 Jun 14, 2010
heidi wrote:
you all are a joke. a victimless crime do you understand that these jokes of men you want to call cops hide behind badges because without them thay arent men they violate the constitution at every step to confiscate a plant imagine getting paid to bust corn because you can make whiskey out of it a far more deadly and dangerous drug than marijuana keep in mind legal just about every where else on planet it is illegal by constitution to legislate against anything natural these men I mean girls I am sorry ladies for the offense not even worthy of that , are ruining peoples live over something that is guaranteed by constitution to be legal only illegal so polluters who make poisons such as plastic and oil can stay in business anyone who supports this should not only be jailed with the arresting officers but should be executed summarily for treason can't blame stupid police for vendetta cause they where never accepted into mainstream and hate everyone including selves but one can blame intelligent humans who know better and just are to miserable to deserve to live no wonder every police officer on his psych exam tests positive for career criminal FACT and that they have highest suicide rate of any profession thank god for smith and wesson AMEN once again massive failure by police force to curb real crime
Victimless crime? Possibly but a crime none the less. Which crimes do we have police investigate and which laws do we enforce? Who decides which laws to enforce? You? Me? What qualifications does one need to be the great decider?
If we are going to have laws, then they must be enforced without regard to the "niceness" of the perps. If a law is broken, it must be punished. If a bunch of people feel a law is unjust, they must take legal action to see that the law is changed. Whining on a newspaper forum is about as worthless as a fart in a windstorm. When is the last time you actually took the time to write to your local lawmakers? Get a life and move on. The accused once they are tried will either be branded heroes for being found not guilty or scumbags for being found guilty.
Tom Scott

United States

#51 Jun 14, 2010
Say no to Baby Factories wrote:
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Victimless crime? Possibly but a crime none the less. Which crimes do we have police investigate and which laws do we enforce? Who decides which laws to enforce? You? Me? What qualifications does one need to be the great decider?
If we are going to have laws, then they must be enforced without regard to the "niceness" of the perps. If a law is broken, it must be punished. If a bunch of people feel a law is unjust, they must take legal action to see that the law is changed. Whining on a newspaper forum is about as worthless as a fart in a windstorm. When is the last time you actually took the time to write to your local lawmakers? Get a life and move on. The accused once they are tried will either be branded heroes for being found not guilty or scumbags for being found guilty.
once again you are glossing over highest law in land which guarantees us citizens to medicate themselves with anything natural without fear of persecution by law bottom line. it's people like you who will not stand up for basic human rights given to us by our great forefathers will you stand with us to have these arcane and demoniac violations of our civil rights repealed and all people who have helped this injustice go to jail for unconstitutional persecution as they are breaking the very most sacred of our laws in the name of money and corruption
George

Marshall, VA

#52 Jun 14, 2010
Tom Scott wrote:
<quoted text>once again you are glossing over highest law in land which guarantees us citizens to medicate themselves with anything natural without fear of persecution by law bottom line. it's people like you who will not stand up for basic human rights given to us by our great forefathers will you stand with us to have these arcane and demoniac violations of our civil rights repealed and all people who have helped this injustice go to jail for unconstitutional persecution as they are breaking the very most sacred of our laws in the name of money and corruption
WHAT???????
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Jersey Shore, PA

#53 Jun 14, 2010
Tom Scott wrote:
<quoted text>once again you are glossing over highest law in land which guarantees us citizens to medicate themselves with anything natural without fear of persecution by law bottom line. it's people like you who will not stand up for basic human rights given to us by our great forefathers will you stand with us to have these arcane and demoniac violations of our civil rights repealed and all people who have helped this injustice go to jail for unconstitutional persecution as they are breaking the very most sacred of our laws in the name of money and corruption
Show me any legal and reputable document that gives us this right and I will support you. As of right now, recreational use of marijuana is illegal and as such should be prosecuted. I will agree that the laws are arcane and need to be changed but until that time, the law is still the law even if you do not agree with it.
CandlePower

Camp Hill, PA

#54 Jun 23, 2010
Tommy Boy, you are so wrong. I live close by and drive that way to work every day. On several occasions, I've seen grow lights at night at this house. Didn't think twice about it until now.
And for the dog Heidi of Etters: who,s gojng to wipe your ass you stupid hypocritical liar and fool keep your idiocy tro yourself.
I'm a big boy, I can wipe my own ass, but if you're offering to give it a lick, go for it.
you must want to be him

York, PA

#55 Sep 19, 2011
who has your kids wrote:
i'm but one of these asshole baby mama. mine aint did shit or is worth shit. he was selling drugs and couldn't even take my child to a free park or for a 3.00 happy meal. and to have all these drugs unreal. i bet ohhh awe ibet his mother is sick right now she always acted like he was her man anyways. all is to say he is in jail a worhtless man and family yahke jones grow up,and take care of your kids. tina fall back some where.

you must be hating on him cause u wanna be him i know this is his hating as family i know yahke and he is one of the best dudes i know i know 2 people that hate on him and yall should be ashamed of your self i know in the long run your mad cause your not him so u need to grow upand jump of his nuts hater
you must want to be him

York, PA

#56 Sep 19, 2011
all yeah if u was a real person you would keep it real and not say your his babymom cause your not BITCH
Man in Black

Chicago, IL

#57 Sep 20, 2011
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...
The police do not pick which laws they want to enforce. They respond to the public demands. When neighborhoods call and complain about drugs being sold on their street the police will respond. Contrary to what you feel about it, pot IS still illegal. Until that changes the police are doing what they are asked to do.

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