Drug Bust on Pleasant Valley

Drug Bust on Pleasant Valley

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Neighborhood Watch

Morehead, KY

#1 Dec 13, 2010
Anyone know the specifics on this bust?
ummm

United States

#2 Dec 13, 2010
I'd be interested in knowing the names of the people whose residence it was. This is the first that I've heard about it but I know of someone up there. Got a name?
Interested

Morehead, KY

#3 Dec 13, 2010
I haven't heard anything about this....was this just today??
stranger

Morehead, KY

#4 Dec 13, 2010
would it clown face douglas pennington . hes smileing . the pil dealer clown . dam trash.
Friend

Morehead, KY

#5 Dec 23, 2010
stranger wrote:
would it clown face douglas pennington . hes smileing . the pil dealer clown . dam trash.
First of all if you really knew Doug Pennington you would know that he don't live on Pleasant Valley AND that he is NOT a pill head. He is the least of anyones worries when it comes to that or anything of the sort, so maybe get your facts straight before you start barking BULLSHIT online to a bunch of strangers that only sees that your the clown face fuck that needs to find another hobby! Have a nice day!
remember

Olive Hill, KY

#6 Dec 23, 2010
Friend wrote:
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First of all if you really knew Doug Pennington you would know that he don't live on Pleasant Valley AND that he is NOT a pill head. He is the least of anyones worries when it comes to that or anything of the sort, so maybe get your facts straight before you start barking BULLSHIT online to a bunch of strangers that only sees that your the clown face fuck that needs to find another hobby! Have a nice day!
Actually douchebag he doesn't live in Pleasant Valley but he does deal pills out of a trailer up there. I have watched him do it, I have a friend that lives up there and watched him stand outside and do a deal in plain sight of everyone including children. I haven't been back up there since but don't tell me he isn't a pill head or a dealer because I have seen it with my own eyes.
Utility

Morehead, KY

#7 Dec 23, 2010
Friend wrote:
<quoted text>
First of all if you really knew Doug Pennington you would know that he don't live on Pleasant Valley AND that he is NOT a pill head. He is the least of anyones worries when it comes to that or anything of the sort, so maybe get your facts straight before you start barking BULLSHIT online to a bunch of strangers that only sees that your the clown face fuck that needs to find another hobby!
Have a nice day!
Learn some grammar
HMMMMM

Morehead, KY

#8 Mar 8, 2011
Funny how things circle back around. Oh by the way, if any of you drugies are buying up there do the residents a favor and slow down. When the people we know who live up here only run about 35 and then you have the dumbass in the black primered chevy truck running 85 all the way up to the drug house single wide then running 85 back down, well that sort of gives it away. Do what you are going to do but slow down at least for our kids or we might be tempted to take things into our own hands, OK! Do yourself a favor, sneek in sneek out. Just remember someone is always watching.
Country living

Olive Hill, KY

#9 Mar 11, 2011
it was erin and mike pence that got busted.
me again

Morehead, KY

#10 Mar 12, 2011
Today pills- Just wait, the REAL THREAT is DESIGNER DRUGS - They already cloned fake weed/ THC (sprays on dried herbs, sold with large disclaimer, not legal in this state) and people get higher off it and pass their drug tests. They tried making fake cocaine and it is sold as bath salts and is so deadly that kids are killing themselves with guns and using knifes on their wrists. Extacy was a designer drug, I guess LSD 25 was... Many drugs that we all know started out that way, but with so many into pills and so many that need them all screaming at each other I see a perfect black market for these designer-drug outlaws. It will be very bad I fear.

... So when all these outlaws figure out how to make a new drug a week and sell it at walmart as soap and stuff we are going to see the end of so much pill abuse. We have too many BILLIONS of $$$ to be made be outlaws who just want money and know how to cook up chemistry crap. As soon as one new drug is discovered and made not legal more will come out, and they only need them legal for a little while to get rich. Meanwhile we have teens killing themselves with knifes because of what is sold as bath salts cheaply! Even the feds are trying to stop this new one. Believe me, pills wee be gone as far as the ones doctors prescribe.
HMMMMMM

Morehead, KY

#11 Mar 15, 2011
Correction, not chevy, Ford Truck, has been driving through here all week holding it to the floor all the way up the valley, turns around a minute later then holds it to the floor all the way down the valley. I think I have an idea, how about we start posting the license plate numbers of the people who make the in and out trips to the houses we suspect(know)drug activity is going on, lets see how that works out since you can't take the hint and slow down!
redrum

Danielsville, GA

#12 Mar 15, 2011
Spying on suspected dealers can be a fun way to pass the time. But at the end of the day...they'll end up dead or in prison so there's no use in worrying about them. If not there, they go to rehab. Rehab, by the way, is one of the funniest words in the English language. It's code for "get out of jail free card".
I would know

Morehead, KY

#13 Mar 15, 2011
It doesn't matter why people end up in drug treatment or REHAB....it just matters that they make it there. Everyone deserves a chance to learn about the DISEASE that has complete control over them and has ruined their lives, and the right to have another chance to make better choices after they have been given the info they needed. And it is NOT easy....despite what you might think.
And furthermore, just because people make mistakes, it does not mean that they should have to pay for it for the rest of their lives, especially after they have worked hard to change it, and make their amends.
If the whole worlds population had to pay for the rest of their lives for their mistakes, then the WHOLE WORLD would be condemned. It seems to me that because someone has been addicted to drugs at some point in their lives, even if they eventually recover, that they never can live it down.
I understand that addicts often don't get it right the first time trying to get clean...addiction is very complicated and hard to understand....but I think the vast majority of addicts are and were good people before their addiction took hold and they lost all priorities in life...I think the world could use a little forgiveness.
born free

Nicholasville, KY

#14 Mar 17, 2011
speeders better watch out, about two weeks ago man in white house on left with camper told a guy to slow down, guy in car got out and got the hell beat out of him, it was a bad deal, he hurt him real bad.
Fed up

Morehead, KY

#15 Mar 20, 2011
born free wrote:
speeders better watch out, about two weeks ago man in white house on left with camper told a guy to slow down, guy in car got out and got the hell beat out of him, it was a bad deal, he hurt him real bad.
First I have heard of this and I live close to that guy but the damn NASCAR wannabes at the end of Pleasant Valley are a problem
born free

Nicholasville, KY

#16 Mar 21, 2011
i heard him and son were on 4-wheelers by gymnastics building at beginning of road and speeder stopped said something to little boy, dad did not like it, a few words were exchanged and before it was over guy was laying on ground with his girlfriend crying, the dad used to be a bouncer at boomerangs awhile back. some people should keep their mouth shut or somebody will shut it for them. if u live close to him ask him, he is a real nice guy, just dont say anything to the little one.
understand

Morehead, KY

#17 Mar 21, 2011
redrum wrote:
Spying on suspected dealers can be a fun way to pass the time. But at the end of the day...they'll end up dead or in prison so there's no use in worrying about them. If not there, they go to rehab. Rehab, by the way, is one of the funniest words in the English language. It's code for "get out of jail free card".
im so sick of people talking shit about everyone, i understand that people should drive slow no matter what, i mean the valley has alot of children that live there and id hate to turn the news on to see that someones child has been hit, but as far as you talking about "rehab" being an out of jail free card, bogus, Treatment or as u call it "rehab" is actually where alot of these people need to go, addiction is something you have to treat as if u had cancer, and alot of people are dying everyday from this and i personally think that there should be more treatments closer to morehead for people who need help, most of these people u see in jail have a thing called addiction and their addiction got the best of them and manipulated them into doing the things that they know are not right, thats just what happens, if these people got out of jail and went to treatment the streets may be cleaner, JAIL IS NOT TREATMENT by the way....
redrum

Plummers Landing, KY

#18 Mar 21, 2011
understand wrote:
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im so sick of people talking shit about everyone, i understand that people should drive slow no matter what, i mean the valley has alot of children that live there and id hate to turn the news on to see that someones child has been hit, but as far as you talking about "rehab" being an out of jail free card, bogus, Treatment or as u call it "rehab" is actually where alot of these people need to go, addiction is something you have to treat as if u had cancer, and alot of people are dying everyday from this and i personally think that there should be more treatments closer to morehead for people who need help, most of these people u see in jail have a thing called addiction and their addiction got the best of them and manipulated them into doing the things that they know are not right, thats just what happens, if these people got out of jail and went to treatment the streets may be cleaner, JAIL IS NOT TREATMENT by the way....
No, jail is not treatment but I believe rehab should not be an alternative to spending time in jail for drug offenses. The only people who benefit from rehab are those who WANT help. I know many people who have been court ordered to rehab centers and used the whole time, only to get out and do the same things. A lot of these places may as well have revolving doors in the front. I see where you're coming from, but I have seen first hand the way addicts abuse the system.
understand

Morehead, KY

#19 Mar 21, 2011
ive also seen first hand how treatment works ive been there was in jail and got out to go to treatment, did not want to be there at all, did not want to stop getting high, but somewhere along the way i seen what soberity was all about and i understand what addiction really is now i think people need to be educated on addiction, and i think everyone deserves a second chance it could save someones life like it has mine and my children, i just dont understand why everyone wants all these people in jail when they really need help, thats all im sayn, one of these days these "drug users" will get their chance and i hope they take it and run with it, soberity will give them a whole new life....

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