Another Great Bust By Drug task Force!

Another Great Bust By Drug task Force!

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xxx

Ogdensburg, NY

#1 Oct 5, 2012
Thank goodness you got these two off the street.......what a joke!!--------
Sheriff's Drug Task Force charges 83-year-old man, 55-year-old woman with growing pot in Fine
Thursday, October 4, 2012 - 12:21 pm

FINE -- An 83 year-old-man and a 55-year-old woman were charged for growing marijuana Tuesday.

Harry J. Pelno, 83, and Leatta M. Pelno, of 1049 Sucker Lake Road, were charged with misdemeanor unlicensed marijuana grow.

St. Lawrence County Sheriff's Drug Task Force detectives said the Pelnos grew the pot in their home without a license.

Both were issued tickets and ordered to appear in Fine Town Court Oct. 23 at 6:30 p.m.
xxx

Ogdensburg, NY

#2 Oct 5, 2012
Probably get more time than this pedo..........http://i46.tinyp ic.com/5chitf.jpg
sh-t talker

Ogdensburg, NY

#5 Oct 5, 2012
xxx wrote:
Probably get more time than this pedo..........http://i46.tinyp ic.com/5chitf.jpg
again posting about people that you have no idea who they are? get a life d.b. and stay out of other people's!no one cares what you think anymore,so stick with what you do know and that's making dumbass videos of your gawdy jewelry!
amazing

Ogdensburg, NY

#6 Oct 5, 2012
xxx wrote:
Thank goodness you got these two off the street.......what a joke!!--------
Sheriff's Drug Task Force charges 83-year-old man, 55-year-old woman with growing pot in Fine
Thursday, October 4, 2012 - 12:21 pm
FINE -- An 83 year-old-man and a 55-year-old woman were charged for growing marijuana Tuesday.
Harry J. Pelno, 83, and Leatta M. Pelno, of 1049 Sucker Lake Road, were charged with misdemeanor unlicensed marijuana grow.
St. Lawrence County Sheriff's Drug Task Force detectives said the Pelnos grew the pot in their home without a license.
Both were issued tickets and ordered to appear in Fine Town Court Oct. 23 at 6:30 p.m.
soooo.....they grew it without having a license to do so..hmmmmm...never knew NYS issued licenses to grow pot!...
you can get a license

Ogdensburg, NY

#7 Oct 5, 2012
amazing wrote:
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soooo.....they grew it without having a license to do so..hmmmmm...never knew NYS issued licenses to grow pot!...
Yes NYS does issue licenses for growing pot. But that is a whole other messed up thing, which makes no sense to me. Go do some research and you will see what I am talking about. You have to already have the weed growing in order to recieve one, but if you already have the weed growing you are breaking the law so they won't issue one. Makes no sense to me.
xxx

Ogdensburg, NY

#8 Oct 5, 2012
xxx wrote:
Probably get more time than this pedo..........http://i46.tinyp ic.com/5chitf.jpg
That would be Josh Petell the pedo....duh http://146.tinypic.com/5chitf.jpg
xxx

Ogdensburg, NY

#9 Oct 5, 2012
xxx

Ogdensburg, NY

#10 Oct 5, 2012
And you must be Rhonda.......still in denial??
old timer

Ogdensburg, NY

#11 Oct 5, 2012
they should leave the ol'timers alone they are not going to change
wah wah wah

Washington, DC

#12 Oct 5, 2012
Whether you want it to be or not...IT'S ILLEGAL! F*&KING DEAL WITH IT
way to go

Ogdensburg, NY

#13 Oct 5, 2012
Good comment. Rip the scum bag, blat asses, welfare pieces of crap a new ass.
wah wah wah wrote:
Whether you want it to be or not...IT'S ILLEGAL! F*&KING DEAL WITH IT
Bob Saget

Ogdensburg, NY

#14 Oct 27, 2012
Marijuana is not a drug. i used to suck d*ck for coke. you ever suck d*ck for marijuana?
Bryan

Ogdensburg, NY

#15 Oct 27, 2012
I am not impressed when there is a weed bust. I would be glad to see more people that sell their pills,cocaine and herion in the news.
you get points

Ogdensburg, NY

#16 Oct 27, 2012
Bob Saget wrote:
Marijuana is not a drug. i used to suck d*ck for coke. you ever suck d*ck for marijuana?
This is the funniest thing I have read all day. You get ten points from the judge. Perfect score.
no choice

Ogdensburg, NY

#17 Oct 27, 2012
Bryan wrote:
I am not impressed when there is a weed bust. I would be glad to see more people that sell their pills,cocaine and herion in the news.
I don't remember anyone asking you if you were impressed. We don't get to pick and choose what laws are upheld and which ones are not.
xxx

Ogdensburg, NY

#18 Oct 27, 2012
I also don't remember anyone asking for your opinion either.
the toker

Ogdensburg, NY

#19 Oct 27, 2012
how many people are in jail for killing someone while being high on pot while driving vs. someone drunk driving?(pot is illegal why?}
its really simple

Ogdensburg, NY

#20 Oct 27, 2012
Its simple if you think a little about it. Anything, no matter what it is must be trade marked for sale. Beer and whiskey do cause alot of accidents but its legal to sell. Users must be responsible so limits are put on it. Moonshine is illegal as it is not trade marked. Pot, such as the kind you make reference to is not trade marked so it is illegal. Its that simple. Even if it was legalized most drug users are already past its use and are into other drugs such as oxy's etc. which is trade marked for sale. The drug users of this drug will steal to support their habbit and right up to killing/causing death such as what happened to Mr Lawton. So tell me what is worse? A person who drinks who can support his/her habbit or a pill user who can't support his/her habbit so they steal from others to support it. Any way you look at it, its a mess.

[QUOTE who"the toker"]how many people are in jail for killing someone while being high on pot while driving vs. someone drunk driving?(pot is illegal why?}
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the toker

Ogdensburg, NY

#21 Oct 27, 2012
From a prohibition-based perspective, marijuana is illegal in the United States primarily for these seven reasons.
1. It is perceived as addictive.
Under the Controlled Substances Act of 1970, marijuana is classified as a Schedule I drug on the basis that is has "a high potential for abuse." What does this mean?

It means that the perception is that people get on marijuana, they get hooked and become "potheads," and it begins to dominate their lives. This unquestionably happens in some cases. But it also happens in the case of alcohol--and alcohol is perfectly legal.

In order to fight this argument for prohibition, legalization advocates need to make the argument that marijuana is not as addictive as government sources claim.
the toker

Ogdensburg, NY

#22 Oct 27, 2012
Marijuana seems to yield considerable medical benefits for many Americans with ailments ranging from glaucoma to cancer, but these benefits have not been accepted well enough, on a national level. Medical use of marijuana remains a serious national controversy.

In order to fight the argument that marijuana has no medical use, legalization advocates need to highlight the effects it has had on the lives of people who have used the drug for medical reasons.

3. It has been historically linked with narcotics, such as heroin.
The first piece of federal legislation to formally regulate marijuana was the Narcotics Act of 1914, which regulated heroin, cocaine, and marijuana. The only trouble is that cocaine and marijuana are not technically narcotics; the word "narcotic," when used in English, has historically referred to opium derivatives such as heroin and morphine.

But the association stuck, and there is a vast gulf in the American consciousness between "normal" recreational drugs, such as alcohol, caffeine, and nicotine, and "abnormal" recreational drugs, such as heroin, cocaine, and methamphetamine. Marijuana is generally associated with the latter category, which is why it can be convincingly portrayed as a "gateway drug."

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