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Authorities arrest suspected members of drug, identity-theft ring

There are 21 comments on the Orlando Sentinel story from Oct 3, 2007, titled Authorities arrest suspected members of drug, identity-theft ring. In it, Orlando Sentinel reports that:

A group accused of supplying cocaine to northwest Orange County and running an identity theft ring is in the process of being arrested today, according to the Metropolitan Bureau of Investigation.

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Billy Bob

Sebring, FL

#1 Oct 3, 2007
Owned.
John

Hamilton, Canada

#2 Oct 3, 2007
They have this guy under $500,000 bail, that means someone would have to pay a bailbondsman $50,000. Bet you the bounty guys on John Young Pkwy are licking their chops over this one. Check him out:

http://www.orangecountyfl.net/bailbond/defaul... {AD575B0E-5FA8-447E-B8CE-432A4 46BF855&BookNumber=0704610 6&ID=3753870009943
someone who has a clue

Cedar Hill, TX

#3 Oct 3, 2007
Nice job!
DFloridian

AOL

#4 Oct 3, 2007
Yikes! I wonder if that DHL delivery guy was
"delivering" from his company truck?!
cavecreek kev

Chandler, AZ

#5 Oct 3, 2007
guess my price for an 8-ball just went up again, thanks mbi
Reality Bites

Longwood, FL

#7 Oct 3, 2007
Picture This wrote:
What if they stole the identity of drug dealers and were not really drug dealers but identity thieves ?......hmmm
Or perhaps they were drug dealers who stole the identities of other drug dealers who were identity thieves too?

Either way glad these s-bags are off the our streets for a few hours, at least until they post bond......
MetryKid

Lakeland, FL

#8 Oct 3, 2007
Good job MBI
bebe

Orlando, FL

#9 Oct 3, 2007
Good work!! get these bums off the street and make me safer, thank you !
Mister Magoo

Palm Bay, FL

#10 Oct 3, 2007
Drug dealing goes all the way to the top = to people you'd never suspect of being involved. Law enforcement, teachers, principals, judges, representatives, and perhaps even senators in both State and Federal elected offices. Whenever you hear of somebody critical of "profiling" to catch drug runners, you can be pretty darned sure they themselves are hurting from the arrests and seizures directly or the big boys who contribute money to them are. Time to wake up folks, anytime someone is concerned more about how we catch druggies instead of praising us that we cought them, you know they are crooked as snakes themselves.
Valen

San Antonio, TX

#12 Oct 3, 2007
It is good to hear that MBI is doing something useful and beneficial to society as a whole today. One can only hope the agents have abided by the law in the course of this investigation.

In this sense I disagree with Mr. Magoo - those that are in positions of public trust have an absolute duty to uphold the laws that they are entrusted to enforce in the course of their duties. In other words, the "how" is far from immaterial and his conclusion lacks substance and connective value.
BeHonestWithYour self

Longwood, FL

#13 Oct 3, 2007
Mister Magoo wrote:
Drug dealing goes all the way to the top = to people you'd never suspect of being involved. Law enforcement, teachers, principals, judges, representatives, and perhaps even senators in both State and Federal elected offices. Whenever you hear of somebody critical of "profiling" to catch drug runners, you can be pretty darned sure they themselves are hurting from the arrests and seizures directly or the big boys who contribute money to them are. Time to wake up folks, anytime someone is concerned more about how we catch druggies instead of praising us that we cought them, you know they are crooked as snakes themselves.
Sorry, no offense, but saying that law enforcement, teachers, principals, judges, representatives, and perhaps even senators in both State and Federal elected offices are involved in drug dealing as a whole is just insane. Less than 1 in 5000 of those even possibly uses any illegal drugs, let alone is involved in selling drugs....

Get real.
Pooh-Bah

Shreveport, LA

#14 Oct 3, 2007
I think that if people want to drug themselves up, another approach is to let them pay taxes on it. Very big taxes. Legalize the junk, tax the s*** out of the s*** and let the users sink to the bottom all by themselves.
GHETTO PONY

Orlando, FL

#15 Oct 3, 2007
What's gonna happ'n to his pitt bulls yo?
Tommy T

Orlando, FL

#16 Oct 3, 2007
DFloridian wrote:
Yikes! I wonder if that DHL delivery guy was
"delivering" from his company truck?!
Do you think?????
geauxgators

Orange City, FL

#17 Oct 3, 2007
the big question is, will urban meyer lets these guys play on Saturday vs LSU?
veteran

Orlando, FL

#18 Oct 3, 2007
So where are the white racists now?

If that guy, Shawn Newsome, where black I bet $100,000 and my house that the white racists would say "those n**g*rs are always the problem with drugs."

It's funny how when white people commit crimes no mention is said of their race being the cause of the crime.
reapwhatyousow

Orange City, FL

#19 Oct 3, 2007
veteran wrote:
So where are the white racists now?
If that guy, Shawn Newsome, where black I bet $100,000 and my house that the white racists would say "those n**g*rs are always the problem with drugs."
It's funny how when white people commit crimes no mention is said of their race being the cause of the crime.
excellent point. count me as one white guy who is glad this white trash pos is off the streets.
Tommy T

Orlando, FL

#20 Oct 3, 2007
veteran wrote:
So where are the white racists now?
If that guy, Shawn Newsome, where black I bet $100,000 and my house that the white racists would say "those n**g*rs are always the problem with drugs."
It's funny how when white people commit crimes no mention is said of their race being the cause of the crime.
This one is too easy.... We understand he did wrong. We want him in jail. We feel no sympathy for his wrongs or his upbringing. We will make no excuses. There will be no threat of riots. No accusations the police are racist liars. No questions of profiling. No preachers marching. No politicians crying fowl on Nancy Grace. We undertand the law and believe in it. Sure, let him have a defense to check that procedures were followed and the evidence is good. But when that is shown, let the gavel fall. This is the wish of the vast majority and his punishment will be supported. I will lay bets his family will feel the same. Do you see the differences when it is the other way around? But lets not forget, we are talking exceptions, not rules.....
Tommy T

Orlando, FL

#21 Oct 3, 2007
sorry.... "understand"...
RAY

Whitesboro, NY

#22 Oct 3, 2007
Mister Magoo wrote:
Drug dealing goes all the way to the top = to people you'd never suspect of being involved. Law enforcement, teachers, principals, judges, representatives, and perhaps even senators in both State and Federal elected offices. Whenever you hear of somebody critical of "profiling" to catch drug runners, you can be pretty darned sure they themselves are hurting from the arrests and seizures directly or the big boys who contribute money to them are. Time to wake up folks, anytime someone is concerned more about how we catch druggies instead of praising us that we cought them, you know they are crooked as snakes themselves.
good post

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