Hopewell woman stabbed after refusing...

Hopewell woman stabbed after refusing drugs

There are 8 comments on the NBC12 story from Jun 12, 2012, titled Hopewell woman stabbed after refusing drugs. In it, NBC12 reports that:

Chesterfield crews had to battle a fire at a business Tuesday morning. The call came in for the 14000 block of Meyer Cove Drive around 6:30 a.m. Emergency dispatchers say this is a business and employees After police spent hours searching a house in Montgomery, AL, for the suspect accused of claiming three lives near Auburn University last weekend, ... (more)

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HWS

Ardsley, NY

#1 Jun 12, 2012
yea, right!
Melody Bennett

United States

#2 Jun 13, 2012
Knowing who the "victim" is, it was probably more like she refused to pay for the Drugs.
Billy Bob

Hopewell, VA

#3 Jun 18, 2012
This whole story doesn't make any sense. If I had somebody coming to my door trying to sell me drugs there's no way I would be out walking around in that area a short time later.
Alisha Bennett

Harrisonburg, VA

#4 Jun 24, 2012
Melody Bennett wrote:
Knowing who the "victim" is, it was probably more like she refused to pay for the Drugs.
What do you know about the victim? Nothing you fool. Thats right blame all the wrongs of others on the victim because she doesnt have a straight and narrow past. Instead of judging someone who you obviously don't care about or know. Keep your crap to yourself and go try to do something better with your life!
Alisha Bennett

Harrisonburg, VA

#5 Jun 24, 2012
Billy Bob wrote:
This whole story doesn't make any sense. If I had somebody coming to my door trying to sell me drugs there's no way I would be out walking around in that area a short time later.
Mr. Bob I do not know what part of Hopewell you may live in but ride by this area where drugs are common place and people are afraid to walk around in the dark. Mrs. Bennett who was asked by her son for help didn't see any cause for concern when this is a normal practice in this neighborhood. Maybe we should hold the police acccountable for allowing this kind of activity to knowingly take place without any repercussions.
Billy Bob

Hopewell, VA

#6 Jul 1, 2012
Alisha, I live in a safer part of Hopewell where we don't have people knocking on our door trying to sell us drugs. Come to think of it, don't think there are any of the neighbors who would know someone who would want to sell us drugs based on past drug problems. Yes, the media stressed that her problems were in the past but why is someone still thinking she would buy??
who cares bob

Hopewell, VA

#7 Jul 3, 2012
who cares,have you been to the five forks area at night,,,its dope dealers everywhere u dumbass,,,stupid old man
Alisha Bennett

Harrisonburg, VA

#8 Jul 7, 2012
It is a little known fact to keep money coming in keep the buyers. When the buyers no longer want what they have, and they want money they start going back through the "users" to help a relapse. When relapse happens money goes back in their pockets and the circle continues. its very simple, dealers are addicted to money and they try to create drug addicts to fill their monetary needs.

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