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Agents Bust 21 in Stanislaus County Meth Trafficking Investigation

There are 51 comments on the News10 Sacramento story from Apr 4, 2008, titled Agents Bust 21 in Stanislaus County Meth Trafficking Investigation. In it, News10 Sacramento reports that:

A two-day drug trafficking sting in Stanislaus County led to the arrests of 21 suspects this week but agents are still looking for four others.

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Julie B

Folsom, CA

#1 Apr 4, 2008
Good! Less meth on the streets. Let's get the rest of this trash that was selling it, too.

“French Cocoa Party”

Since: Jan 08

Keynesian Fields

#3 Apr 4, 2008
$600 a pound, is that all? How much does this stuff cost?

“Central Valley Native”

Since: Sep 07

Oakdale, CA

#4 Apr 4, 2008
They forgot to mention that many of these criminals were also illegal immigrants. So much for the "they come here to work" attitude I hear so much. These people are criminals and need to be stopped. Are people finally going to step out of their fantasy world and see we have a real problem with these illegals in this valley.
Cynic

Los Banos, CA

#5 Apr 4, 2008
Jesse Padilla, Jose Lopez, Juan Navarro, Jesus Hernandez-Martinez?

These guys ought to be easy to find.
Cynic

Los Banos, CA

#6 Apr 4, 2008
arbitrageur wrote:
$600 a pound, is that all? How much does this stuff cost?
100 pounds AND $60,000 in cash. Not worth.

“Central Valley Native”

Since: Sep 07

Oakdale, CA

#7 Apr 4, 2008
Cynic wrote:
Jesse Padilla, Jose Lopez, Juan Navarro, Jesus Hernandez-Martinez?
These guys ought to be easy to find.
There is no less than 500 people just in this county with the same names.
PISSED OFF

Sacramento, CA

#8 Apr 4, 2008
This is what happens when there are no more construction jobs left because of the housing market crash. These guys don't want to pick fruit anymore and need to somehow pay for their brand new silverado's or suburbans. Grapes and strawberries are not going to cut it any more.

“Central Valley Native”

Since: Sep 07

Oakdale, CA

#9 Apr 4, 2008
Its time for them to go home and not come back here.
Cynic

Los Banos, CA

#10 Apr 4, 2008
CASE_CORE wrote:
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There is no less than 500 people just in this county with the same names.
And probably all have the same social security number.
Deputy Singh

Modesto, CA

#11 Apr 4, 2008
arbitrageur wrote:
$600 a pound, is that all? How much does this stuff cost?
The street value of 100 pounds of meth is about $2,000,000. Yes that's 2 million.
adios

Sacramento, CA

#12 Apr 4, 2008
The rest fled to Mexico...via con dios..
chewone

Tracy, CA

#18 Apr 8, 2008
what i was referring to was the people writting all the smart remarks about illegal aliens i happend to have migrated with my parents in the early 90's and i was also a ellegal imigrant. you cant blame this on illegal imigrants when this really was started by american citizens i mean who gave it the name crank let me guess hells angels and on that note we can't judge all people by race since they were all bad and they happend to be white anyways i ment no disrespect i was just fired up by the stupid remarks. we are not all bad some of us do come here to work and give our kids a better shot at life but unfortunatly der is some rotten apples

“What goes around comes around”

Since: Feb 08

Location hidden

#22 Apr 9, 2008
chewone wrote:
what i was referring to was the people writting all the smart remarks about illegal aliens i happend to have migrated with my parents in the early 90's and i was also a ellegal imigrant. you cant blame this on illegal imigrants when this really was started by american citizens i mean who gave it the name crank let me guess hells angels and on that note we can't judge all people by race since they were all bad and they happend to be white anyways i ment no disrespect i was just fired up by the stupid remarks. we are not all bad some of us do come here to work and give our kids a better shot at life but unfortunatly der is some rotten apples
A much better way of communicating. Thank you. And you made some valid points as well. No, not all immigrants, legal or illegal are bad people, per se...however when one takes a look at crime statistics it is indeed the "minorities" that lead the race. There are horrid people of every race/ color/creed. That's just the plain truth.

“Central Valley Native”

Since: Sep 07

Oakdale, CA

#24 Apr 15, 2008
It has nothing to do with race!!! Its has everything to do with Mexican illegal immigrants. And no mexican is not a race for all you ignorant mexicans out there that keep saying its racist to say mexican.

“Mean Gene”

Since: Jan 08

Sacramento

#25 Apr 15, 2008
CASE_CORE wrote:
It has nothing to do with race!!! Its has everything to do with Mexican illegal immigrants. And no mexican is not a race for all you ignorant mexicans out there that keep saying its racist to say mexican.
You're right CC!

A Mexican is a person whose nationality-country of origin, is Mexico. It's not a true "race" identity. The United States refused to even recognize our people as "persons" within the meaning of the law until 1879 (Standing Bear v. Cook-a federal habeas corpus case).

That doesn't mean there isn't some RACIST MF'S in this forum though!
Sarah

Sacramento, CA

#26 Apr 15, 2008
Tia Nina wrote:
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You're right CC!
A Mexican is a person whose nationality-country of origin, is Mexico. It's not a true "race" identity. The United States refused to even recognize our people as "persons" within the meaning of the law until 1879 (Standing Bear v. Cook-a federal habeas corpus case).
That doesn't mean there isn't some RACIST MF'S in this forum though!
Ma'am, your hostile tone is not very attractive on you. I suggest you make an adjustment if you plan on keeping even just one friend because your negative attitude is bringing me down. Sweetie you're bringing me down.
Sarah

Sacramento, CA

#27 Apr 15, 2008
Tia Nina wrote:
<quoted text>
You're right CC!
A Mexican is a person whose nationality-country of origin, is Mexico. It's not a true "race" identity. The United States refused to even recognize our people as "persons" within the meaning of the law until 1879 (Standing Bear v. Cook-a federal habeas corpus case).
That doesn't mean there isn't some RACIST MF'S in this forum though!
omg you can effect depression on a person. ewwwwwwwwww

Since: Dec 07

Location hidden

#28 Apr 15, 2008
Tia Nina wrote:
<quoted text>
You're right CC!
A Mexican is a person whose nationality-country of origin, is Mexico. It's not a true "race" identity. The United States refused to even recognize our people as "persons" within the meaning of the law until 1879 (Standing Bear v. Cook-a federal habeas corpus case).
That doesn't mean there isn't some RACIST MF'S in this forum though!
Finally, an accurate comment on the subject of the Mexican identity and some of the forum posters. Thanks, Tia Nina.
Maria Rodriguez

United States

#29 Apr 17, 2008
Did Deputy Singh also forget to write a retraction for using the wrong picture in the newspaper? We drove down to Modesto as soon as we saw our son's picture in the paper. The police officer there informed me that the wrong picture had been used. Took our information down and a deputy would be contacting us regarding the picture, but we are still waiting for a retraction. I guess if you have a hispanic last name, everyone naturally assumes that you are an illegal and that you commit crimes because you are tired of working in the fields. My son is a student at the Community College and does not engage in criminal activities. Hopefully, Deputy Singh will respond or call the number we left at the Modesto Police Department. Thank you for putting my family in danger. Many meth users in our town, which is not Modesto, will come looking for the meth that we supposedly fabricate.
Deputy Singh wrote:
<quoted text>
The street value of 100 pounds of meth is about $2,000,000. Yes that's 2 million.
Wondering

Grants Pass, OR

#30 Apr 18, 2008
Maria Rodriguez wrote:
Did Deputy Singh also forget to write a retraction for using the wrong picture in the newspaper? We drove down to Modesto as soon as we saw our son's picture in the paper. The police officer there informed me that the wrong picture had been used. Took our information down and a deputy would be contacting us regarding the picture, but we are still waiting for a retraction. I guess if you have a hispanic last name, everyone naturally assumes that you are an illegal and that you commit crimes because you are tired of working in the fields. My son is a student at the Community College and does not engage in criminal activities. Hopefully, Deputy Singh will respond or call the number we left at the Modesto Police Department. Thank you for putting my family in danger. Many meth users in our town, which is not Modesto, will come looking for the meth that we supposedly fabricate.<quoted text>
Where did the police get your son's picture?

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