Betty J Haney

Morristown, TN

#83 Sep 2, 2012
Deep Pockets wrote:
<quoted text>
Heck Yes!! You are on a roll!!
I could not agree more with what you have said. I too get on this site and cannot believe the language, or lack there of, people use. I have lived here all my life and never heard of some of the words being used on this site. Admittedly, I cannot spell but that is what spell check is for, and more than likely if your computer does not know what you are spelling, no person will either.
I have tried several times to hire people but as you pointed out would only work for cash. I remember this one gentleman point blank told me up front "I draw a check an' will only work fer cash 'cause I ain't loosin' my check....you pay me in cash I'll be ther tamora."
And as far as companies opening in Newport, one of the first steps a company does is come to the potential city and county and look how maintained and clean the place is. These two items, maintenance and cleanliness, tells a multitude of information, unfortunately in this city and county, this information negative.
Finally, someone that's making sense. AMEN
wrath

Morristown, TN

#84 Sep 2, 2012
most was the same old bunch they get ever time johnatha thorton rodney hance new kid on block ella mae gregg she has beat everbody she has fool with, now taking her tenn care pills and selling them what go around come a round they are going to haft to cut these people off of tenn care. put people on it that are sick not druggies.people that are so sick cant get it but if you are on pills you can get it. we all should contact our gov. to look into this more it is not right the old people cant afford thier meds. and the druggies sell theres sell thier food stamps for drugs the gov. can stop this. lets all do are part stop these drugs put them to work they work when they are in jail fontes see to that thanks

Since: Aug 12

Location hidden

#85 Sep 2, 2012
Cocke County drug bust (1 of 2)
The Cocke County Sheriff's Department rounded up a number of defendants Friday who were named on sealed indictments, charging them with drug offenses, returned earlier in the week by a local grand jury. Sheriff Armando Fontes said the five month long "Operation Iron Fist" is the largest undercover pill operation ever conducted by his department. Administrative Captain Derrick Woods and Drug Agent Chuck Evans coordinated most of the buys. Two of the indictments were returned by agents of the Fourth Judicial District Drug task Force. A total of 43 individuals have been indicted, and 33 were being sought following the earlier arrest of several of the defendants. The sheriff said search warrants had been executed in association with a number of the cases. Those taken into custody and their charges are; Gary Ball, 25, Jimtown Road, Newport, two counts sale and delivery of a counterfeit substance and sale and delivery of oxycodone. Henry Cecil Bryant, 40, Bogard Road, Newport, sale and delivery of tramadol, morphine and a counterfeit controlled substance. Clyde Burgess, 71, Sulpher Springs Road, Newport, sale and delivery of oxycodone. Adam J. Colombe, 27, North Susong Street, Newport, sale and delivery of oxycodone, dihydrocodone and a counterfeit controlled substance. Michael Davis, no age or address available, two counts sale of cocaine. Robert Wayne Earls, 44, Old Highway 32, Newport, two counts sale and delivery of oxycodone. Teresa Fleenor, 39, Old Parrottsville Highway, Parrottsville, three counts sale and delivery of hydrocodone. Ella Mae Gregg, 62, Princeton Lane, Newport, possession with intent to sell and deliver oxycodone and oxymorphone, and two counts sale of a counterfeit substance. Marcella Grooms, 42, Princeton Lane, Newport, sale and delivery of clonazapam and two counts sale and delivery of a counterfeit controlled substance. Rodney Leon Hance, 47, Filbert Street, Newport, three counts sale and delivery of marijuana. in excess of .5 ounce. Ray Hughes, Jr., 51, Alder Road, Bybee, three counts sale and delivery of marijuana in excess of .5 ounce. Jimmy Don Jones, 55, Sixth Street, Newport, three counts sale and delivery of cocaine. Terry Kirkpatrick, 33, Filbert Street, sale and delivery of oxycodone. Billy Drew Massemgill, 40, Paintbrush Way, Newport, sale and delivery of oxymorphone, cocaine and oxycodone. Lance McCabe, 38, Granite Way, Cosby, three counts sale and delivery of morphine. Travis William McCabe, 38, Granite Way, Cosby, sale and delivery of cocaine. Gavin Robinson, 21, Jasmine Drive, Newport, four counts casual exchange. Justin Dwayne Sifontes, 20, Buckner Hollow Road, Newport, two counts sale and delivery of marijuana in excess of .5 ounce.
shes a hole

United States

#87 Sep 2, 2012
Betty jo u hang at a drug house so how r u still talking junk or r u a holy roller since today is Sunday.Why don't u stop running the roads an leaving ur kids to do for thereselves at home why u go to the beach.Is that the reason why ur daughter got prego by a older dude an she was only 15.Can't believe u not talking about putting that guy in jail to cause didn't he sell drugs also lol ur a piece of. Work also Ms.Freddy's Lounge beauty queen.But write ur name everytime u write a comment don't act like someone else.But as for a good mother with morals I wouldn't let know one around my daughter for know reason but u do don't u
mom2

Atlanta, GA

#88 Sep 2, 2012
BR549hh wrote:
Cocke County drug bust (1 of 2)
The Cocke County Sheriff's Department rounded up a number of defendants Friday who were named on sealed indictments, charging them with drug offenses, returned earlier in the week by a local grand jury. Sheriff Armando Fontes said the five month long "Operation Iron Fist" is the largest undercover pill operation ever conducted by his department. Administrative Captain Derrick Woods and Drug Agent Chuck Evans coordinated most of the buys. Two of the indictments were returned by agents of the Fourth Judicial District Drug task Force. A total of 43 individuals have been indicted, and 33 were being sought following the earlier arrest of several of the defendants. The sheriff said search warrants had been executed in association with a number of the cases. Those taken into custody and their charges are; Gary Ball, 25, Jimtown Road, Newport, two counts sale and delivery of a counterfeit substance and sale and delivery of oxycodone. Henry Cecil Bryant, 40, Bogard Road, Newport, sale and delivery of tramadol, morphine and a counterfeit controlled substance. Clyde Burgess, 71, Sulpher Springs Road, Newport, sale and delivery of oxycodone. Adam J. Colombe, 27, North Susong Street, Newport, sale and delivery of oxycodone, dihydrocodone and a counterfeit controlled substance. Michael Davis, no age or address available, two counts sale of cocaine. Robert Wayne Earls, 44, Old Highway 32, Newport, two counts sale and delivery of oxycodone. Teresa Fleenor, 39, Old Parrottsville Highway, Parrottsville, three counts sale and delivery of hydrocodone. Ella Mae Gregg, 62, Princeton Lane, Newport, possession with intent to sell and deliver oxycodone and oxymorphone, and two counts sale of a counterfeit substance. Marcella Grooms, 42, Princeton Lane, Newport, sale and delivery of clonazapam and two counts sale and delivery of a counterfeit controlled substance. Rodney Leon Hance, 47, Filbert Street, Newport, three counts sale and delivery of marijuana. in excess of .5 ounce. Ray Hughes, Jr., 51, Alder Road, Bybee, three counts sale and delivery of marijuana in excess of .5 ounce. Jimmy Don Jones, 55, Sixth Street, Newport, three counts sale and delivery of cocaine. Terry Kirkpatrick, 33, Filbert Street, sale and delivery of oxycodone. Billy Drew Massemgill, 40, Paintbrush Way, Newport, sale and delivery of oxymorphone, cocaine and oxycodone. Lance McCabe, 38, Granite Way, Cosby, three counts sale and delivery of morphine. Travis William McCabe, 38, Granite Way, Cosby, sale and delivery of cocaine. Gavin Robinson, 21, Jasmine Drive, Newport, four counts casual exchange. Justin Dwayne Sifontes, 20, Buckner Hollow Road, Newport, two counts sale and delivery of marijuana in excess of .5 ounce.
Is there a page two?
well

Kingston, TN

#89 Sep 2, 2012
BR549hh wrote:
Cocke County drug bust (1 of 2)
The Cocke County Sheriff's Department rounded up a number of defendants Friday who were named on sealed indictments, charging them with drug offenses, returned earlier in the week by a local grand jury. Sheriff Armando Fontes said the five month long "Operation Iron Fist" is the largest undercover pill operation ever conducted by his department. Administrative Captain Derrick Woods and Drug Agent Chuck Evans coordinated most of the buys. Two of the indictments were returned by agents of the Fourth Judicial District Drug task Force. A total of 43 individuals have been indicted, and 33 were being sought following the earlier arrest of several of the defendants. The sheriff said search warrants had been executed in association with a number of the cases. Those taken into custody and their charges are; Gary Ball, 25, Jimtown Road, Newport, two counts sale and delivery of a counterfeit substance and sale and delivery of oxycodone. Henry Cecil Bryant, 40, Bogard Road, Newport, sale and delivery of tramadol, morphine and a counterfeit controlled substance. Clyde Burgess, 71, Sulpher Springs Road, Newport, sale and delivery of oxycodone. Adam J. Colombe, 27, North Susong Street, Newport, sale and delivery of oxycodone, dihydrocodone and a counterfeit controlled substance. Michael Davis, no age or address available, two counts sale of cocaine. Robert Wayne Earls, 44, Old Highway 32, Newport, two counts sale and delivery of oxycodone. Teresa Fleenor, 39, Old Parrottsville Highway, Parrottsville, three counts sale and delivery of hydrocodone. Ella Mae Gregg, 62, Princeton Lane, Newport, possession with intent to sell and deliver oxycodone and oxymorphone, and two counts sale of a counterfeit substance. Marcella Grooms, 42, Princeton Lane, Newport, sale and delivery of clonazapam and two counts sale and delivery of a counterfeit controlled substance. Rodney Leon Hance, 47, Filbert Street, Newport, three counts sale and delivery of marijuana. in excess of .5 ounce. Ray Hughes, Jr., 51, Alder Road, Bybee, three counts sale and delivery of marijuana in excess of .5 ounce. Jimmy Don Jones, 55, Sixth Street, Newport, three counts sale and delivery of cocaine. Terry Kirkpatrick, 33, Filbert Street, sale and delivery of oxycodone. Billy Drew Massemgill, 40, Paintbrush Way, Newport, sale and delivery of oxymorphone, cocaine and oxycodone. Lance McCabe, 38, Granite Way, Cosby, three counts sale and delivery of morphine. Travis William McCabe, 38, Granite Way, Cosby, sale and delivery of cocaine. Gavin Robinson, 21, Jasmine Drive, Newport, four counts casual exchange. Justin Dwayne Sifontes, 20, Buckner Hollow Road, Newport, two counts sale and delivery of marijuana in excess of .5 ounce.
I have not heard of but a few of them and they are repeat offenders out on bond when picked up...SMDH...Gavin Robinson is Hamp's son that they got not to long ago...took his car and be damned a few days before this gave it back...law is really hitting them where it hurts by giving them their shit back !!!! Theses are all as someone else said peons...get the main ones and then maybe you can brag!!!!

Since: Aug 12

Location hidden

#90 Sep 2, 2012
post #86 is the second page
Betty J Haney

Morristown, TN

#91 Sep 3, 2012
shes a hole wrote:
Betty jo u hang at a drug house so how r u still talking junk or r u a holy roller since today is Sunday.Why don't u stop running the roads an leaving ur kids to do for thereselves at home why u go to the beach.Is that the reason why ur daughter got prego by a older dude an she was only 15.Can't believe u not talking about putting that guy in jail to cause didn't he sell drugs also lol ur a piece of. Work also Ms.Freddy's Lounge beauty queen.But write ur name everytime u write a comment don't act like someone else.But as for a good mother with morals I wouldn't let know one around my daughter for know reason but u do don't u
Wow!! You really must not know me to well. My daughter is almost 17 and she's not pregnant sweety. She is in upward bound taking college courses also receiving credits and maintaining a b honor roll. Running the roads, when you have teenagers that are involved in every activity in the county almost, then yes, I rip and run for them. Wake up call honey that's what a parent has to do.As for going to the beach yes maam I did back in May. I took vacation from work and after my semester was over we went to the beach while my neighbor watched my children. I would love to know what drug house I hang at and pray to God it's not yours considering you are speaking on you have an daughter. 1 more thing Freddys is closed down, but yes on Fridays when they were open I went to get a break myself. Thanks for being so curious about my life. By the way I have a son also and hes doing very well . He is the 1 that's 15 has a job been working since 14.. Do you? Hopefully my tax dollars isn't taking care of you.
not there

Kingston, TN

#92 Sep 3, 2012
BR549hh wrote:
post #86 is the second page
It is not there
HELLO

Knoxville, TN

#93 Sep 3, 2012
proud of Cocke County wrote:
If you don't like Cocke County Go to a big city see if you like it any better, if you do stay there ,we do have bad people here but most of the people are very good an do work hard ! So don't talk about a poor town because my grandparents couldn't read or write but they both had jobs an provided for there families with honest living !!
Nobody is talking about your grandparents. Unless they are doped up pillheads drawing welfare and on topix acting like a fool. And the answer is not to just pack up and leave and let the pillheads totally take over the town. I own my home and I like where I live. I will not let the pillheads run me off. THEY are the ones who need to leave. And whether you want to believe it or not the majority of this sorry town does not work. Most people are drawing a check off the government. That is fact!
HELLO

Knoxville, TN

#94 Sep 3, 2012
Betty J Haney wrote:
<quoted text>Thank you very much English professor. I had taken that class last summer and past it with an B. Yes, I do know the difference and thanks for being so kind for pointing that out... SMH
IF you know the difference the explain why you continue to misuse the word. lol

And FYI it is PASSED not PAST. Still doubting you have an college courses under your belt.
Betty J Haney wrote:
<quoted text>Come on now, Really!!! You have the nerve to bash people on their spelling, when you can't even spell simple words, also.. HINT alcohol and check your punctuation's also. Ignorance starts within. I do agree with you on 1 thing. You do not need roxys or what other drugs that are killing our society, over a broken bone.
There is absolutely nothing wrong with my punctuation. I am not going to give you attention by arguing with you over spelling. And I am not bashing anyone. But when people sit and yell about how smart they are and how they have this huge college education and do not know the difference in "their" and "there" and "they're" OR "past" and "passed" then YES I most definately will call them on it. Fact is people in this hick town are just plain stupid. And it is a choice. People around here don't try. They are perfectly happy to sit and draw a check off the government. They do not want to do any better. People have also figured out if they act stupid they can get away with not doing anything.
really wrote:
<quoted text>We heard you the first time at the CLB meeting Armando.
Gotta love ignorance. You have no idea who I am. And I can assure you I am not Armando. I honestly doubt he is on here arguing with a bunch of mornons.
Deep Pockets wrote:
<quoted text>
Heck Yes!! You are on a roll!!
I could not agree more with what you have said. I too get on this site and cannot believe the language, or lack there of, people use. I have lived here all my life and never heard of some of the words being used on this site. Admittedly, I cannot spell but that is what spell check is for, and more than likely if your computer does not know what you are spelling, no person will either.
I have tried several times to hire people but as you pointed out would only work for cash. I remember this one gentleman point blank told me up front "I draw a check an' will only work fer cash 'cause I ain't loosin' my check....you pay me in cash I'll be ther tamora."
And as far as companies opening in Newport, one of the first steps a company does is come to the potential city and county and look how maintained and clean the place is. These two items, maintenance and cleanliness, tells a multitude of information, unfortunately in this city and county, this information negative.
Misspelling a word every now and then doesn't bother me but plain out ignorance does. Oh and while we are on the subject of hiring I am curious as to if you get as huge of a kick out of reading applications as I do? lol. I have had people misspell COCKE COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL when it asks about education. lol. And then the general misuse of words I have already pointed out. There should be a way to turn people in when they come in and ask for a cash job and flat out tell you they are drawing a check and don't want to lose it. What a sad state this country is in.
HELLO

Knoxville, TN

#95 Sep 3, 2012
Betty J Haney wrote:
<quoted text>Finally, someone that's making sense. AMEN
LOL. You do realize this person agreed with me don't you.
Betty Jo Haney

Morristown, TN

#97 Sep 3, 2012
HELLO wrote:
<quoted text>
IF you know the difference the explain why you continue to misuse the word. lol
And FYI it is PASSED not PAST. Still doubting you have an college courses under your belt.
<quoted text>
There is absolutely nothing wrong with my punctuation. I am not going to give you attention by arguing with you over spelling. And I am not bashing anyone. But when people sit and yell about how smart they are and how they have this huge college education and do not know the difference in "their" and "there" and "they're" OR "past" and "passed" then YES I most definately will call them on it. Fact is people in this hick town are just plain stupid. And it is a choice. People around here don't try. They are perfectly happy to sit and draw a check off the government. They do not want to do any better. People have also figured out if they act stupid they can get away with not doing anything.
<quoted text>
Gotta love ignorance. You have no idea who I am. And I can assure you I am not Armando. I honestly doubt he is on here arguing with a bunch of mornons.
<quoted text>
Misspelling a word every now and then doesn't bother me but plain out ignorance does. Oh and while we are on the subject of hiring I am curious as to if you get as huge of a kick out of reading applications as I do? lol. I have had people misspell COCKE COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL when it asks about education. lol. And then the general misuse of words I have already pointed out. There should be a way to turn people in when they come in and ask for a cash job and flat out tell you they are drawing a check and don't want to lose it. What a sad state this country is in.
First of all I have never drawn a check in my life. I work for what we have. I'm also tired of swapping words over elementary conversations. I know I am busting my butt to take care of my children and what education I have under my belt. Take your drama somewhere else cause I'm not dealing with you. As a hick town I was born and raised here and proud of it. So take your drama queen self somewhere else. God Bless
Wildbill

United States

#99 Sep 3, 2012
The government supplies the pills to the people and we pay to arrest them wtf is wrong here

Since: Aug 12

Nolensville, TN

#100 Sep 3, 2012
HELLO wrote:
<quoted text>
IF you know the difference the explain why you continue to misuse the word. lol
And FYI it is PASSED not PAST. Still doubting you have an college courses under your belt.
<quoted text>
There is absolutely nothing wrong with my punctuation. I am not going to give you attention by arguing with you over spelling. And I am not bashing anyone. But when people sit and yell about how smart they are and how they have this huge college education and do not know the difference in "their" and "there" and "they're" OR "past" and "passed" then YES I most definately will call them on it. Fact is people in this hick town are just plain stupid. And it is a choice. People around here don't try. They are perfectly happy to sit and draw a check off the government. They do not want to do any better. People have also figured out if they act stupid they can get away with not doing anything.
<quoted text>
Gotta love ignorance. You have no idea who I am. And I can assure you I am not Armando. I honestly doubt he is on here arguing with a bunch of mornons.
<quoted text>
Misspelling a word every now and then doesn't bother me but plain out ignorance does. Oh and while we are on the subject of hiring I am curious as to if you get as huge of a kick out of reading applications as I do? lol. I have had people misspell COCKE COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL when it asks about education. lol. And then the general misuse of words I have already pointed out. There should be a way to turn people in when they come in and ask for a cash job and flat out tell you they are drawing a check and don't want to lose it. What a sad state this country is in.
Yes, I have encounter several people with no or limited education. I understand years ago that education was secondary for several people and working was number one. Most of the older workers have endured a harsh working life through rough physical labor. I can excuse the writings of this type of person because of their circumstances.

What I find disturbing is how the youth of this county [and for that matter this country], have such difficulties with language, or lack there of. How much time is really saved by typing four [4] letters comprising a word instead of typing five [5] that completely spells out the word? Does that one [1] letter really save that much time when compared to not being able to completely understand what the person is trying to say? If a person's meaning is lost, the entire process was a total waste of time......is it not amazing how two or three letters absent in the wording of one sentence changes how the person is regarded as well as a loss as to what he or she was trying to comvey? Not to meantion, a five hundred [500] word paragraph that is one sentence.

I am new to this site and had no idea of the way people put together thoughts through words, this site is an eye opener!

Since: Aug 12

Location hidden

#101 Sep 3, 2012
Next year, things are going to change a little bit. The Tennessee Prescription Safety Act law will be implemented. The law will require all doctors and pharmacists to register with the Controlled Substance Monitoring database. Patients histories will be checked and will not be able to doctor hop for drugs. Formerly, it was up to the doctor's discretion to check, now it will be mandatory. Information will also be shared across state lines. It will be required in January, 2013 for pharmacies and April, 2013 for doctors.
cocerned citzen

Seymour, TN

#102 Sep 3, 2012
by no means do I support drugs in our community but there needs to e a way for retired and low income families to make a living. Most of the people selling are just trying 2 get by. Take a look at the arrestd and u will see that it is people on SS trying toake emds meet. This town has nothing 4 a struggling family. All re quick 2 comdeme but not not 1 to aid. So many grandparenets are raising thir grandkids on a retirement and all we hear about is raising the pay 4 officers and county employees. How bout a program to add grandparents who are realy c atching the blont of it all. Inastead of sending out D.C.S end a check. This one horse town needas to wake up.. If not 4 senior citzens paying noone would. The kids ages 16-30 don't work because thre has been no reason. When people ask 4 help the conty drags them through the dirt and belittles them instead of helping. WAKE UP COKE COUNTY>>
that guy

Newport, TN

#103 Sep 3, 2012
selling pills for any reason is wrong if you dont make enough money to support yourself then either get a JOB or adjust you spending habits dont sell drugs to our kids that become dependent on them so that they the steal from everyone to support there dependency all you are doing is prolonging the epidimic and killing others oh nut you are provideing a good example for those grandkids you talk about
hope

United States

#104 Sep 4, 2012
BR549hh wrote:
Next year, things are going to change a little bit. The Tennessee Prescription Safety Act law will be implemented. The law will require all doctors and pharmacists to register with the Controlled Substance Monitoring database. Patients histories will be checked and will not be able to doctor hop for drugs. Formerly, it was up to the doctor's discretion to check, now it will be mandatory. Information will also be shared across state lines. It will be required in January, 2013 for pharmacies and April, 2013 for doctors.
i hope we get to.see this in 2013 but isnt the world said to end december 2012??
no druggie

United States

#105 Sep 4, 2012
No, everyone does not sell drugs!!!! Point is that those will be busted hard and they will TALK. So another round of arrests is coming. Slow process. So if you remaining dealers try to sell to my kids or grandbabies we will both, you and me, we will go to the holler. And you will not come back. Clean up this town. Pull the trigger.

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