Terry and Melissa Tenhet

Terry and Melissa Tenhet

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dumb blonde

Campbellsville, KY

#1 Oct 9, 2012
News said that they closed their 2 pharmacies in Clay County down for illegal drug sales. Is this true?
huh

Somerset, KY

#2 Oct 10, 2012
dumb blonde wrote:
News said that they closed their 2 pharmacies in Clay County down for illegal drug sales. Is this true?
It was in the paper - also seized $450K In cAsh from their home!!!
Buy

Fulton, KY

#3 Oct 12, 2012
I want to buy this house in foreclosure. I heard its worth million plus. Do you think I can buy it for 50
Jimmy

Somerset, KY

#4 Oct 12, 2012
Maybe
Sid

Eubank, KY

#5 Oct 12, 2012
You people maybe getting ahead of yourself. In the early 80's the feds seized a large sum of cash and property from a man in town, only to return it later pursuant to a court order. He was never charged or convicted of anything. Cash ain't illegal, so don't get greedy and think this couple is going to lose everything. Bet you couldn't pay the taxes and utilities if you had the house, free and clear of encumbrances.
Mark

Eubank, KY

#6 Oct 12, 2012
Sid wrote:
You people maybe getting ahead of yourself. In the early 80's the feds seized a large sum of cash and property from a man in town, only to return it later pursuant to a court order. He was never charged or convicted of anything. Cash ain't illegal, so don't get greedy and think this couple is going to lose everything. Bet you couldn't pay the taxes and utilities if you had the house, free and clear of encumbrances.
You sure begged these bustards, their to scared to steal, to sorry to work, so Topix is their home.
Mesohorny

London, KY

#7 Oct 12, 2012
Buy wrote:
I want to buy this house in foreclosure. I heard its worth million plus. Do you think I can buy it for 50
.
I'd say it would bring at least 125 or maybe a little less based on what I've been paying on foreclosures around here. I would not go over that if it was me. Is robins auction selling it and when is the auction?
Friend

Eubank, KY

#8 Oct 12, 2012
Mesohorny wrote:
<quoted text>.
I'd say it would bring at least 125 or maybe a little less based on what I've been paying on foreclosures around here. I would not go over that if it was me. Is robins auction selling it and when is the auction?
There is no foreclosure filed, you babbling..... The house is paid unemcumbered.
Mesohorny

London, KY

#9 Oct 12, 2012
Sorry buddy I thought the post said it was for sale and I was just telling what I would give. Just for your attitude if it ever does come for sale I won't even pay that much. Your meanness might have possibly cost you a few dollars one of these days.
Friend

Eubank, KY

#10 Oct 12, 2012
Mesohorny wrote:
Sorry buddy I thought the post said it was for sale and I was just telling what I would give. Just for your attitude if it ever does come for sale I won't even pay that much. Your meanness might have possibly cost you a few dollars one of these days.
People in the subdivision would pay a fortune if the house ever came up at foreclosure, just to keep vultures like you out. So big boy, I don't own the house so you will never cost me anything. If you actually followed foreclosures you would know the banks or mortgage companies buy 99 per cent of them back and they pay more than the statutory amount to prevent the right of redemption. So if the house is worth the a million, you could never buy it for $125,000.00. It won't happen.
teacher

United States

#11 Oct 12, 2012
Thats right 66 percent
Friend

Eubank, KY

#12 Oct 12, 2012
teacher wrote:
Thats right 66 percent
Correct, every foreclosed property is appraised and if it brings less than 66 per cent of that amount, the poor debtor can redeem it within a year. The banks usually bid slightly over 66 per cent of the appraised amount so they can sell the property without waiting a year. So when I read the post saying they are buying million dollars properties at foreclosure sales for $125,000.00 I know that poster is (to be politically correct) wrong. To be politically incorrect, I know their full of sh....
Younger

Somerset, KY

#13 Oct 13, 2012
Sid wrote:
You people maybe getting ahead of yourself. In the early 80's the feds seized a large sum of cash and property from a man in town, only to return it later pursuant to a court order. He was never charged or convicted of anything. Cash ain't illegal, so don't get greedy and think this couple is going to lose everything. Bet you couldn't pay the taxes and utilities if you had the house, free and clear of encumbrances.
Who was this ? If you don't mind sharing.I was around here then but i don't recall that happening.
Sid

Eubank, KY

#14 Oct 13, 2012
I know of two incidences where property and cash were seized only to be returned when no prosecution occurred. One man sued in federal court and recovered damages for wrongful detention and seizure. One of the officers sued, is frequently mentioned on here. It was several years ago so I am not going to mention names. These men don't need more problems.
well

United States

#15 Oct 13, 2012
These two never added up, seemed nice but no right. Terry went back tp tx i thought.
Younger

London, KY

#16 Oct 13, 2012
I recall the one on Adams road,Corbin,but that has only been 5 years ago not 80 ish by any stretch,never mind i'll go through the sentinels archives and find it if it exists,but i don't believe it,that is why i asked so i could check it out,but i do respect you for not mentioning names,but you had no business starting something you wasn't prepared to finish.
Sid

Eubank, KY

#17 Oct 13, 2012
I started nothing but simply stated property siezed pursuant to search warrants is often returned when charges do not result. Happens all the time here and elsewhere. I am not aware of the Adams Road incident.
You may find several in the archives, but its amazing what goes on in the court system thats never reported, particularly in federal court. I know the suit I cited was never reported in the Sentinel. In fact the settlement was sealed, to protect the guilty or innocent is a matter of speculation. But to state the obvious: not all cases result in prosecution and if property has been seized in the course of such investigations it is returned. Nothing shocking here.
Younger

London, KY

#18 Oct 13, 2012
sour grapes,foul,you site a case there is no record of and yet you know all about it.Hmmmmm,that told me all i need to know.I don't blame you for not putting your own name on here.
Sid

Eubank, KY

#19 Oct 13, 2012
I was not the person stopped, searched, detained and had money and items seized. But I know the party and prior to retirement was involved with the judicial system in Kentucky. Many people are investigated but never charged so no public record exist. A public record is created in the criminal system when charges occur. Search warrants obtained prior to charges are not generally made public, for obvious reasons.
Sid

Eubank, KY

#20 Oct 13, 2012
Younger wrote:
sour grapes,foul,you site a case there is no record of and yet you know all about it.Hmmmmm,that told me all i need to know.I don't blame you for not putting your own name on here.
The docket for the federal court for the Eastern District of Kentucky would have a record of the case and you could find it if you had the names of the parties. But it was a civil case and in such cases many settlements are sealed for various reasons. So yes, there is a record, if you know the style of the case.

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