14 people face drug charges after arrests at Alexandria convenience store
An investigation by the Alexandria-Pineville Narcotic Task Force netted 14 arrests of people who either sold or bought synthetic marijuana or drug paraphernalia from a store in the 3100 block of Masonic Drive in Alexandria, according to Alexandria police.
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Since: May 12
#1 Dec 14, 2012
This is so great !!! I'm glad that Law Enforcement finally are doing something about this poison ! Along with the bath salts that are being sold , this stuff is pure poison ! This synthetic stuff is killing our youth and adults , if terrorist wanted to find a way to kill American citizens without stepping foot on our soil all they have to do is give or sell this junk to our citizens . Why don't the police shut these stores down that sell this junk ? Well I guess it will come it time . Please to anyone that wants to try this junk DON'T DO IT ! If you take time to read the package it clearly states " NOT FOR HUMAN
CONSUMPTION " why put this stuff into your body if you know it's not safe to do so ? I guess I'll never understand but for what it's worth I'm glad that something is being done about this . I'll pray for anyone who is addicted to this poison an will pray hard that God will wake anyone up that decides to try this drug , or any other dangerous drugs that harms our youth and adults .
Again thanks to the local police department and any other law enforcement agencies involved with trying to eradicate this synthetic poison .
#2 Dec 14, 2012
If this is the convenience store in the same block as Kramer Funeral Home, I am not the least bit surprised! If I had thought this place was a "drug store" for years , then it certainly wouldn't have taken a "rocket scientist" to come to the same conclusion.
There was a continuous parade of young people pulling onto the lot and being met by pedestrians who were standing on the lot.
Most of these drivers were in very nice to expensive cars, probably provided by their parents.
Some parents need to take away the cars, allowances and more closely monitor their children.
#3 Dec 15, 2012
these are just small fish. the big ones know who to pay off. they are expendable ......the big ones run the show aND CAN employ small fish aNYTIME
the corruption goes all the way to the top.
the money is too easy and pay offs are a cost of doing business.....when judges, sheriffs and lawyers are arrested, then you are fighting a war on drugs, and not till THEN!!!!!!!
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