Casey Teacher grows POT
Thomas Ridge

United States

#22 Aug 31, 2013
There is a teacher that had a known meth lab at residence but nothing happened to that teacher. Still working at an elementary school in Casey. That is far worse than a pot plant.
I call bull

Lexington, KY

#23 Aug 31, 2013
Supportive wrote:
Why would no one want this family to remain in Casey County? They have lived here all their lives as well as their parents, grandparents, great grandparents and great great grandparents. This family has always been been an asset to this community!
U r wrong. Only the grandmother who taught typing was an asset. The rest are not assets only asses and snub their nose up and act like they are better than everyone. Nobody likes their attitude. In fact they are very hated people. Go away and never come back.
Info Warrior

Brownsville, TN

#24 Aug 31, 2013
Info wrote:
Negative drug test on August 1st and Negative drug test again on August 28th for John Price
It is very interesting you would know the results of said drug tests being that the only people that should have knowledge of such would possibly the person tested, and the person in charge of drug testing for a specific entity. Not even the person conducting the test would know what the results are. To have results from a test done on August 28th (a mere 72 hours ago) raises questions.
Veteran

Nicholasville, KY

#25 Aug 31, 2013
Info Warrior wrote:
<quoted text>It is very interesting you would know the results of said drug tests being that the only people that should have knowledge of such would possibly the person tested, and the person in charge of drug testing for a specific entity. Not even the person conducting the test would know what the results are. To have results from a test done on August 28th (a mere 72 hours ago) raises questions.
Drug tests can and are conducted on the spot. Hell, you can buy a drug test at Walmart. Takes about a minute.
Info Warrior

Brownsville, TN

#26 Aug 31, 2013
Veteran wrote:
<quoted text>
Drug tests can and are conducted on the spot. Hell, you can buy a drug test at Walmart. Takes about a minute.
The only was to validate the results of a drug test is to have a urine sample sent to a certified laboratory. The stick tests sold in stores are only an indicator, and a way to part a fool from his/her money.
knightwolf

Manchester, KY

#27 Aug 31, 2013
well the drug test sold at walmart and drug stores are for home use to see if your teen is useing pot and they do work really well acornding to the parents i have talked too
Info Warrior

Brownsville, TN

#28 Aug 31, 2013
knightwolf wrote:
well the drug test sold at walmart and drug stores are for home use to see if your teen is useing pot and they do work really well acornding to the parents i have talked too
And how is it they know they work? Do the teens confess? Stick tests for drugs are like home pregnancy tests. A pregnancy is not confirmed until a specific test is done and analyzed. All I'm saying is most LEGITIMATE drug tests are done by a qualified person and results are determined by a certified laboratory.
judgement

Lexington, KY

#29 Sep 2, 2013
Supportive wrote:
Why would no one want this family to remain in Casey County? They have lived here all their lives as well as their parents, grandparents, great grandparents and great great grandparents. This family has always been been an asset to this community!
I love his Dad and Mom...it was 1 plant...lol WHY make suck a big deal out of it..it wasn't a field full,it wasn't pills,it wasn't meth..let it alone!! It is a misdemeanor! They can't get rid of a teacher for a misdemeanor can they?
Who

Lexington, KY

#30 Sep 2, 2013
Thomas Ridge wrote:
There is a teacher that had a known meth lab at residence but nothing happened to that teacher. Still working at an elementary school in Casey. That is far worse than a pot plant.
Who?
DEA

Somerset, KY

#31 Sep 3, 2013
judgement wrote:
<quoted text>I love his Dad and Mom...it was 1 plant...lol WHY make suck a big deal out of it..it wasn't a field full,it wasn't pills,it wasn't meth..let it alone!! It is a misdemeanor! They can't get rid of a teacher for a misdemeanor can they?
Give it another year or two and cannabis won't even be illegal. With the latest announcement out of Washington, a flood of states are going to follow Colorado and Washington.
Matlock

Lexington, KY

#32 Sep 18, 2013
Lawyer says it was a setup. Are you kidding. What about items found in the home?

Judicial system, please do not fail the citizens and the students of this community.
knowall

Brownsville, TN

#33 Sep 18, 2013
Matlock wrote:
Lawyer says it was a setup. Are you kidding. What about items found in the home?
Judicial system, please do not fail the citizens and the students of this community.
Anything is possible in Casey County. I will bet anyone, any amount, that all charges will be dismissed. No evidence, No case. Any takers?
knightwolf

Somerset, KY

#34 Sep 18, 2013
i bet your right even the cops are sideing with him now
Poop

Lexington, KY

#35 Sep 19, 2013
No Guilty people in Casey County.

I'm innocent Judge, HONEST !!!!
pam

Lexington, KY

#36 Sep 19, 2013
hell what about layers judges cops that do drugs preachers who cares if he grew 100 pound woopity doo.... get a grip
Paper

Lexington, KY

#37 Sep 20, 2013
1 pot plant = waste of time on cops and court system.
Class of 93

West Memphis, AR

#39 Sep 30, 2013
This is hilarious. I knew John as I graduated with him. Smoked pot with him and a few others just a couple of blocks from the courthouse.

Is he still doing/selling steroids?
resident

Harrodsburg, KY

#40 Sep 30, 2013
he was teaching kids, he needs to be made an example of, no matter who the hell his f*cking parents are
LOL

Louisville, KY

#41 Sep 30, 2013
resident wrote:
he was teaching kids, he needs to be made an example of, no matter who the hell his f*cking parents are
Pot is legal in Washington and Colorado. Why should someone be a criminal here in Kentucky for doing what other Americans are free to do?

Cannabis will be legal in Kentucky within a year. Less than 5 plants isn't even a bad misdemeanor anyone, just like Ernie Fletcher said it is the equivalent of "noodling out of season".

Get over it old-timer, people smoke pot. Always have, always will. Don't like it? Too bad, you're not long for this new world anyway.
resident

Harrodsburg, KY

#42 Sep 30, 2013
LOL wrote:
<quoted text>
Pot is legal in Washington and Colorado. Why should someone be a criminal here in Kentucky for doing what other Americans are free to do?
Cannabis will be legal in Kentucky within a year. Less than 5 plants isn't even a bad misdemeanor anyone, just like Ernie Fletcher said it is the equivalent of "noodling out of season".
Get over it old-timer, people smoke pot. Always have, always will. Don't like it? Too bad, you're not long for this new world anyway.
kiss my azz you trailer trash, that's washington and colorado, so freaking move out there moron; i don't smoke pot, never have, never will. pot is for freaking losers like you with nothing better to do, find you a real job; and get the hell outside once in a while

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