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A sweeping series of Louisa county drug raids Tuesday gathered up a long list of suspected dealers and set up what could be a long list of court cases - and potentially - an even longer list of prison sentences. Read more
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Fluvanna Fluco

Charlottesville, VA

#21 Aug 10, 2011
Another great job by the Louisa County Sheriff's department. Keep up the good work and yes, we need Fluvanna to take some lessons from you. Remeember this come time to vote in November. Ryant Washington will have an oppenent this year so be sure to check him out! We need change in Fluvanna and let's start with the Sheriff's Department as well as the Board of Supervisors. Don't complain if you don't get out and vote!!!
Louisa Homeowner

United States

#22 Aug 10, 2011
I sure hope most of these dummies have money stashed away so thier families won't end up looking for a check from the state for assiance. SMH, 11 more people to crowd the jails. GREAT!!!
Gone Postal

Louisa, VA

#23 Aug 10, 2011
Louisa Homeowner wrote:
I sure hope most of these dummies have money stashed away so thier families won't end up looking for a check from the state for assiance. SMH, 11 more people to crowd the jails. GREAT!!!
Your joking right? Money stashed away? I understand some of these came out of the 605 trailer park--need I say more?? It is election time, could someone tell me whats wrong with our sheriff? I don't think he has anything to worry about!! GREAT JOB LOUISA!!
Louisa Homeowner

United States

#24 Aug 10, 2011
Gone Postal wrote:
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Your joking right? Money stashed away? I understand some of these came out of the 605 trailer park--need I say more?? It is election time, could someone tell me whats wrong with our sheriff? I don't think he has anything to worry about!! GREAT JOB LOUISA!!
When I saw Randall Baker and his family they we're always dressed and driving nice cars so maybe he put some money in a piggy bank for hard times as such. The Houchens are always starting trouble what in the world. I'm also confused to how a Fluvanna County man was able to get in trouble with Louisa County men.
albemarle person

Charlottesville, VA

#25 Aug 10, 2011
You know why arrest these people,its their fault they don't want them in school to learn they pick on certain family's and that is so unfair they need to get with it an make these kids go, or hold the parents and take responsibility for their actions police dept and social services seen it all to well, you that do this need to be in their not these people they are only tring to pay bills in the this world
Hoo Fan

Charlottesville, VA

#26 Aug 10, 2011
albemarle person wrote:
You know why arrest these people,its their fault they don't want them in school to learn they pick on certain family's and that is so unfair they need to get with it an make these kids go, or hold the parents and take responsibility for their actions police dept and social services seen it all to well, you that do this need to be in their not these people they are only tring to pay bills in the this world
What???? Didn't understand much of that one.
Fluvanna Resident

Charlottesville, VA

#27 Aug 10, 2011
Fluvanna Fluco wrote:
Another great job by the Louisa County Sheriff's department. Keep up the good work and yes, we need Fluvanna to take some lessons from you. Remeember this come time to vote in November. Ryant Washington will have an oppenent this year so be sure to check him out! We need change in Fluvanna and let's start with the Sheriff's Department as well as the Board of Supervisors. Don't complain if you don't get out and vote!!!
Sadly i have heard that the person that was going to run against Ryant isnt going to run anymore, looks like we are stuck with him for another 4 years!! I agree dont complain if you dont get out and vote or voice your opinion, this is our community that our children are growing up in. You would think Ryant would care since his children are growing up here as well!
BIRDMAN

Crozet, VA

#28 Aug 10, 2011
The only time the Sheriff of Fluvanna will do anything is around election time. Just watch around
October he will do a drug bust of one or two people to impress the northern carpetbaggers at the Lake. Need the Sheriff of Louisa to teach Fluvanna's Sheriff a thing or two.
respected

AOL

#29 Aug 10, 2011
I don't understand the law. Why would someone charged with 2 counts be held with no bond while someone with 4 counts is released? Another question to the press, how do you quote from the Sheriff after quoting from his staff. It seems a little backwards to me. Isn't it that you start your interview from the top?
Mow

Charlottesville, VA

#30 Aug 10, 2011
No Nerve Hit wrote:
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You haven't hit a nerve at all I just simply disagreed with your post, because you do not know the amounts of narcotics seized, I have learned that it was quite substantial. You are entitled to your own opinion I just simply disagreed.
Since when did cops not report amounts when they really scored big on dealers? I'd say by now its business as usual.
Hoo Fan

Rocky Mount, VA

#31 Aug 10, 2011
respected wrote:
I don't understand the law. Why would someone charged with 2 counts be held with no bond while someone with 4 counts is released? Another question to the press, how do you quote from the Sheriff after quoting from his staff. It seems a little backwards to me. Isn't it that you start your interview from the top?
I was wondering the same thing. Could it be maybe prior arrest/convictions played into it?
abe

Winchester, VA

#32 Aug 17, 2011
poking fun at the last names and lifestyles of some of these people will do nothing but bring yourself bad karma. its one thing to be happy the drugs are off the street but another to offend some of these families in a time of hurt. calling them trash and what not is uncalled for people, show some couthe. i pray for these men and women, and i understand that most people will never truly understand the REAL struggle. they have hearts and mouths to feed, and although they may have made bad choices, theyre gods children. Im glad no one was hurt and the suspects were apprehended safely.
Pixie

United States

#33 Aug 23, 2011
abe wrote:
poking fun at the last names and lifestyles of some of these people will do nothing but bring yourself bad karma. its one thing to be happy the drugs are off the street but another to offend some of these families in a time of hurt. calling them trash and what not is uncalled for people, show some couthe. i pray for these men and women, and i understand that most people will never truly understand the REAL struggle. they have hearts and mouths to feed, and although they may have made bad choices, theyre gods children. Im glad no one was hurt and the suspects were apprehended safely.
Please say this post is a joke??

"These" people are blight on society, maybe you need to walk a mile in their shoes to see the abuse. There are generations who have sucked off the system; tapping the resources for families who truly need help.

When did slinging drugs and terrorizing a community become okay Abe? Maybe you need to relocate and see the real picture.

As for the arrests; it is an election year after all.

Get your head out of the sand Abe.
Ben 10

Fredericksburg, VA

#34 Feb 9, 2014
Marijuana should be decriminalized. Not dangerous to society at all.
Ben 10

Fredericksburg, VA

#35 Feb 9, 2014
I also think my tax money doesn't pay good for the police or the governtment I think they need to do a better job and the cops seen it all but then they can be wrong alot of times too. Also another issue what about our own self defense rights if someone's on my lawn and the Louisa sheriffs too far could I defend it or will I be in trouble. My tax money doesn't go to nothing but ignorance. There is nothing wrong with the marijuana. stealing cheating lying and murder is always wrong I wish any crimes related to those would be the only laws. Regulating peoples personal lives doesn't work for society.
Ben 10

Fredericksburg, VA

#36 Feb 9, 2014
And lol the drugs will never be off the streets and the more drugs you take off the streets the nastier and more bulkier they become this happiness in alot of States
Ben 10

Fredericksburg, VA

#37 Feb 9, 2014
Regulating personal lives will not work if you take those laws away the criminals will have nothing else to do and give them jobs so they can be encouraged instead of giving up on by the govt oh this guys got felonies he has no job can't get one I could sell drugs if I had children to feed and if I was desperate yes you want you and your kid out on the streets sure you can be at your moms but some parents themselves Dont have the support so they gotta sell we can stop this by simply stopping drug regulations our government doest give a shit about us anyway and neither does the police

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