k church and other dude making meth and getting caught

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anotheronebytest hedust

Wharton, WV

#1 Dec 5, 2012
K Church and a 34-35 year old man were arrested for clandestine meth lab. I hate to hear anyone getting in trouble because of their drug addiction. People that are violent criminals get probation, but people who make meth do their time behind bars. I am in no way condoning what they did ((supposedly (innocent until proven guilty right?)) Rather than make the addicts go to long term rehab, they go to prison where they learn more illegal things such as making meth. Its a vicious cycle and sadly it affects almost everyone in this area either directly or indirectly. There are so many people that know how to make meth it is amazing. Almost daily there is someone being incarcerated for it. This epidemic could be stopped so easily it is unfathomable, all that has to be done is stop selling pseudoephedrine. I suffer from allergies and I can tell you that you do not have to take something that contains pseudoephedrine in order to alleviate the symptoms. It probably won't happen because there is too much money to be made from selling these medicines and yes there are people who use it legitimately. I was recently at a pharmacy in the area and there were 3 people in front of me and every one of them was purchasing one of these medicines. I really doubt that they were wanting to help out there hay fever. These labs produce waste that is very harmful to the environment and who knows what is happening to the people that are making it, because I really doubt that they are taking the proper precautions. I also found it interesting that an entire hotel was shut down until it could be properly cleaned out by a hazmat team. They only found the materials at this hotel and no working lab and this quite large hotel was shut down for quite some time. Then there was an apartment building, I think in Culloden, which had two working labs found in it. Authorities only closed off those two particular rooms as i saw on tv and there were children running around in the neighborhood.
crotch critters

New York, NY

#2 Dec 5, 2012
Where did this go down at?
lol

Saint Albans, WV

#3 Dec 5, 2012
The man that got busted was good ol' Rodney Cain. He's only been out of prison for about 2 months, if that long. He's been in and out of jail regularly for the past several years. A real class act.
lonzo

Van, WV

#4 Dec 5, 2012
crotch critters wrote:
Where did this go down at?
i think it happened up behind eastern hights in barboursville,his mom lost her house because of the stupid shit
Iknowotherwise

New York, NY

#5 Dec 5, 2012
Your right, the meth epidimic is bad but is getting worse! The wise decision would be to make pseudophedrine is Controlled Substance! We have to rely on our Legislatures to make the decision, not only for legitament allergitic users, but for the people effected by the epidimic.
Your right, the entire section of a motel was shut down until it was tested, however, the Apartment building in Culloden was too! Both separate, unrelated cases, was evacuated and tested.
anotheronebytesthedust wrote:
K Church and a 34-35 year old man were arrested for clandestine meth lab. I hate to hear anyone getting in trouble because of their drug addiction. People that are violent criminals get probation, but people who make meth do their time behind bars. I am in no way condoning what they did ((supposedly (innocent until proven guilty right?)) Rather than make the addicts go to long term rehab, they go to prison where they learn more illegal things such as making meth. Its a vicious cycle and sadly it affects almost everyone in this area either directly or indirectly. There are so many people that know how to make meth it is amazing. Almost daily there is someone being incarcerated for it. This epidemic could be stopped so easily it is unfathomable, all that has to be done is stop selling pseudoephedrine. I suffer from allergies and I can tell you that you do not have to take something that contains pseudoephedrine in order to alleviate the symptoms. It probably won't happen because there is too much money to be made from selling these medicines and yes there are people who use it legitimately. I was recently at a pharmacy in the area and there were 3 people in front of me and every one of them was purchasing one of these medicines. I really doubt that they were wanting to help out there hay fever. These labs produce waste that is very harmful to the environment and who knows what is happening to the people that are making it, because I really doubt that they are taking the proper precautions. I also found it interesting that an entire hotel was shut down until it could be properly cleaned out by a hazmat team. They only found the materials at this hotel and no working lab and this quite large hotel was shut down for quite some time. Then there was an apartment building, I think in Culloden, which had two working labs found in it. Authorities only closed off those two particular rooms as i saw on tv and there were children running around in the neighborhood.
anotheronebytest hedust

Wharton, WV

#6 Dec 6, 2012
I'm not sure where it happened, but there was a small article about it in the Herald Dispatch. Like I said previously, i don't condone what they do, but I don't think that the punishment fits the crime. They should be given long term drug rehab for at least part of the sentence. This could help show addicts that there is more to life than making meth. I am a recovering drug addict and it took me 15 years to finally get clean. I have been clean for 3 years and I still have very strong urges from time to time. Its so easy to fall into this trap. When we were young we thought that it was cool to get high. Little did we know that this would become a life long battle. I wish I never used any drugs at all. I don't even think that making pseudoephedrine a controlled substance is the answer, just stop making it. Oxycontin was made in a way that it couldn't be crushed for improper use before it was finally not manufactured anymore. Why can't the same be done to the pseudoephedrine pills? I'll tell you why, it would cost the huge pharmaceutical companies a small fraction of their profits and they won't have that. The government won't have it happen because they pay large amounts of taxes from said profits. My drug of choice was opiates and Oxycontin was the intitial driving force behind this addiction. I was relieved when it was taken off of the market, but saddened in another way because I knew that people would have to start using heroin because these people that are addicted to these opiates have to take some opiate. Heroin is very dirty and unpure by the time it makes it way here. Who knows what the alternative to pseudoephedrine is, or if there is such a thing. It's really sad that that guys mom lost her house because of all of this, if thats true.
Iknowotherwise

New York, NY

#7 Dec 6, 2012
Congrats to you for your sobriety! We could go back and forth on this for hours. Even in this State, meth is making it in areas that would have been unheard of less than one year ago. One thing is certain, eliminating pseudophedrine will then be replaced by another drug. Is Education enough? What stops someone from "giving it a try"?
Again, I applaud your sobriety! Users of methamphetamine unfortunately have an uphill battle to recovery!
anotheronebytest hedust wrote:
I'm not sure where it happened, but there was a small article about it in the Herald Dispatch. Like I said previously, i don't condone what they do, but I don't think that the punishment fits the crime. They should be given long term drug rehab for at least part of the sentence. This could help show addicts that there is more to life than making meth. I am a recovering drug addict and it took me 15 years to finally get clean. I have been clean for 3 years and I still have very strong urges from time to time. Its so easy to fall into this trap. When we were young we thought that it was cool to get high. Little did we know that this would become a life long battle. I wish I never used any drugs at all. I don't even think that making pseudoephedrine a controlled substance is the answer, just stop making it. Oxycontin was made in a way that it couldn't be crushed for improper use before it was finally not manufactured anymore. Why can't the same be done to the pseudoephedrine pills? I'll tell you why, it would cost the huge pharmaceutical companies a small fraction of their profits and they won't have that. The government won't have it happen because they pay large amounts of taxes from said profits. My drug of choice was opiates and Oxycontin was the intitial driving force behind this addiction. I was relieved when it was taken off of the market, but saddened in another way because I knew that people would have to start using heroin because these people that are addicted to these opiates have to take some opiate. Heroin is very dirty and unpure by the time it makes it way here. Who knows what the alternative to pseudoephedrine is, or if there is such a thing. It's really sad that that guys mom lost her house because of all of this, if thats true.
no easy solution

Saint Albans, WV

#8 Dec 6, 2012
getting rid of pseudophedrine will only result in better meth being shipped in from the south.
Whocares

Huntington, WV

#9 Dec 13, 2012
And who gives a flyin flip about Kelly and Rodney!! Both pieces of trash who have been doing this sh*t for years! Maybe Kelly should think about not opening her legs to every man coming and going and Rodney should worry about his daughter posting shit on Facebook about killing herself and pictures of herself laying in bed when shes only 13 or 14! More important things in life LOSERS!!!!
eye care

Danville, WV

#10 Dec 14, 2012
It appears that you know an awful lot about these two. I would be willing to bet that you are not exactly an angel yourself. It is probably safe to say that you have had dealings with both of them iin regards to drugs.
MindUrOwn

Summersville, WV

#11 Dec 14, 2012
Whocares wrote:
And who gives a flyin flip about Kelly and Rodney!! Both pieces of trash who have been doing this sh*t for years! Maybe Kelly should think about not opening her legs to every man coming and going and Rodney should worry about his daughter posting shit on Facebook about killing herself and pictures of herself laying in bed when shes only 13 or 14! More important things in life LOSERS!!!!
What you dumb fuc* your a meth head head yourself,getting on here all methed up.Talking down on people that you apparently used to get high with,and know nothing about.Why would you bring a child into this that isn't his and is none of damn business what she does.So go snort you another one,fire up the tube,an mind your own!!!
GirlyGirl

Findlay, OH

#12 Dec 17, 2012
anotheronebytest hedust wrote:
I'm not sure where it happened, but there was a small article about it in the Herald Dispatch. Like I said previously, i don't condone what they do, but I don't think that the punishment fits the crime. They should be given long term drug rehab for at least part of the sentence. This could help show addicts that there is more to life than making meth. I am a recovering drug addict and it took me 15 years to finally get clean. I have been clean for 3 years and I still have very strong urges from time to time. Its so easy to fall into this trap. When we were young we thought that it was cool to get high. Little did we know that this would become a life long battle. I wish I never used any drugs at all. I don't even think that making pseudoephedrine a controlled substance is the answer, just stop making it. Oxycontin was made in a way that it couldn't be crushed for improper use before it was finally not manufactured anymore. Why can't the same be done to the pseudoephedrine pills? I'll tell you why, it would cost the huge pharmaceutical companies a small fraction of their profits and they won't have that. The government won't have it happen because they pay large amounts of taxes from said profits. My drug of choice was opiates and Oxycontin was the intitial driving force behind this addiction. I was relieved when it was taken off of the market, but saddened in another way because I knew that people would have to start using heroin because these people that are addicted to these opiates have to take some opiate. Heroin is very dirty and unpure by the time it makes it way here. Who knows what the alternative to pseudoephedrine is, or if there is such a thing. It's really sad that that guys mom lost her house because of all of this, if thats true.
I have a old friend that is now in prison for cooking meth. I had taken her in because she needed help but then had to send her on her way because she was coming home high and caught her hiding the shit. Told her she needed to stay away from those certain people that they were trouble and she didn't want to so now she's in jail. They have found away around having to have the pseudoephedrine there's substitutions they can use now.
no they havnt

Saint Albans, WV

#13 Dec 17, 2012
It takes pseudoephedrine, Ephedrine, or Methylamine to make meth. Everything containing these precursors has been restricted to at least some degree.

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