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watch out new snitch

Bowie, MD

#1 Jan 19, 2012
Beware out there Evan helm is snitching on people all avoid him he already got josh beck and there's more to come there just arresting people days apart
TheQueen

AOL

#2 Jan 19, 2012
I say THANK GOD for anyone clearing just ONE druggie off the streets of Rutledge.
Drug users do not/cannot work, so they steal and con pelple out of their money, which is soon gone. Then the circle starts all over again.
It would be interesting to see just how much property has been stolen in this county in the last year to support drug usage.
It would be interesting, too, to know how much the county has spent housing aprehended substance abusers until they get their 'trotting papers' from the substance abuser on the bench.
It is appalling to think of the costs to other motorists that are a direct result of drug abuse.
If someone steps up to identify an abuser before they cause more grief and cost society any more, I'm all for it.
If any informer doesn't feel safe at the jail, they can come to me. I have bigger guns than the sheriff's department, and I'm likely a better shot.
I'm all for posting the names of suppliers on a public buletin board. Let the whole world know who is causing all this grief to our society.
OH WELL

Powell, TN

#3 Jan 20, 2012
watch out new snitch wrote:
Beware out there Evan helm is snitching on people all avoid him he already got josh beck and there's more to come there just arresting people days apart
I don't believe for one min.that Mr.Helm snitched on Josh Beck,The beck family have no clue what is about to happen to them.They all have a drug problem that can't be solved.Josh has been on the drugs since he was in high school, 13 years he has been dealing with addiction.His mother Donna,she has been dealing with hers way, way, longer.It is a proven fact if anyone has been on drug longer than 10 years there is no hope for them at all,It does not matter if they go to rehab,or classes,get put in jail or move far away,They still will find away to get there high.There is one that will help and that is God he can help with anything.I honestly do believe everyone on Donna said of the family will go too,there grave taking some kind of pain pill an that is really sad.The law has been watching them for a very long time,I hope that they all get caught even Donna family that lives in front of "Claton Homes" in the double wide & all the other that is taking that stupid crap.But don't worry if little Mr.Josh has to stay in jail long anuff he will snitch on half the county.Who wouldn't snitch for $500 dollar per person that is doing no good for other beside messing up ever one lives.I no Mr. Beck will for a fact he is to scared in jail his little skinny ass couldn't handle it in there he don't fit in.Everyone will see but he needs to tell on his moms side of the family their all on something.
Tomatoes

Powell, TN

#4 Jan 20, 2012
I hope there is someone out there willing to point these drug heads out. They are taking over this Community. I remember when my kids were in school, I did not have to worry about them coming home with any illicit drugs. But now, you dont know what they are selling in these schools, or anywhere else for that matter. I will pray for them all, though.
heartfelt

Washburn, TN

#5 Jan 23, 2012
my kids went to rutledge and grainger high and there's just as much in the local schools as there are on the street i thank god my kids had enough sense not to fool with them oh and the jail is booming with stuff as well
Heck NO

Rutledge, TN

#6 Jan 24, 2012
Evan?? I dont believe that! He has the same probation officer as me and other people I know! He didnt get any breaks for snitching!I guess somebody got mad at him and decided to get on Topix posting bull$h!+ about him! F them all Evan, your not snitchin! We all know. Keep your head up dear!!
Heh

Washburn, TN

#7 Jan 24, 2012
Don't know him but props to whoever did!! Its about time that the druggie mobs wandering, driving, and openly dealing in town get busted!!!!! Kudos to the cop that arrested him too! I've called before and they waited too long to show up and the deals were long sense over... its about damn time!!!
What a Shame

Powell, TN

#8 Jan 26, 2012
What makes me so mad is after he got caught he was right back out by the next day!He wont get nothing beside a slap on the hand.His ass needs to be left in the jail for about a year and maybe he would think twice before doing it again.Its like anyone that gets caught with drugs or using dealing they always get put back out on the streets it not right if they had to suffer a little then maybe they would change.His mother and father have always said that they where really close friends with the judge so it doesn't matter what Josh does they can get him out of it. Friends with the judge or not if you do a crime you used do the time regardless.It would amaze me if Josh really does have to do jail time.I just would like to see all these drug heads get better & live life right.
Mr Rivers

Powell, TN

#9 Jan 26, 2012
Wanna see a sure nuff pill pusher, probably the #1 of Grainger County, stop by the parkway mkt in Thorn Hill, won't take ya long to figure out who it is!! If you'd like, you can ask for him by name, BUSH HAYES,but that wouldn't be necessary, just look for the smelly old man with the matted looking beard sitting on his box by the phone!!
cantbelieveyoufo lks

Rutledge, TN

#10 Jan 28, 2012
Ok for starters, y'all need to learn the English language, how to write and spell. If any of you ARE parents of substance addicted children it's no wonder why.Second, "the queen' whomever you may be ,should consider educating yourself in the real world on issues concerning the topics you espouse upon. You really know nothing. You cannot 'arrest' your way out of these issues period. The war on drugs has been FAILING for Forty years. The get tough laws of the 80's only resulted in more drugs,users and dealers. Your jails are full of people who have what most of the civilized world considers to be a sickness not a crime. But if you would like to keep giving your tax dollars to a system that fails miserably, hey that's your right.You can't just lock them up indefinitely and hope that cures them. You also can't just take them out back and shoot them, contrary to the beliefs of some esteemed Grainger county residents.Why not actually consider some new ideas and some forward thinking towards these issues. And oh yeah try to have some compassion like Jesus did in his time, since most of you CLAIM to follow his teachings.
freefailing

Powell, TN

#11 Jan 28, 2012
cantbelieveyoufolks wrote:
Ok for starters, y'all need to learn the English language, how to write and spell. If any of you ARE parents of substance addicted children it's no wonder why.Second, "the queen' whomever you may be ,should consider educating yourself in the real world on issues concerning the topics you espouse upon. You really know nothing. You cannot 'arrest' your way out of these issues period. The war on drugs has been FAILING for Forty years. The get tough laws of the 80's only resulted in more drugs,users and dealers. Your jails are full of people who have what most of the civilized world considers to be a sickness not a crime. But if you would like to keep giving your tax dollars to a system that fails miserably, hey that's your right.You can't just lock them up indefinitely and hope that cures them. You also can't just take them out back and shoot them, contrary to the beliefs of some esteemed Grainger county residents.Why not actually consider some new ideas and some forward thinking towards these issues. And oh yeah try to have some compassion like Jesus did in his time, since most of you CLAIM to follow his teachings.
You are right,about all these people that are on drugs.It is a sickness but,who choices was it to get that away?It was there own choice,I feel sorry for all the people that have to deal with any form of addiction,it is sad to see anyone suffer for the mistakes,that they have made.I'm just over all the law enforcement,lawyer,Judges,etc. letting this get this far out of control, it is terrible.I agree with you 100% there should be some kind of place, for people to get help.Not a (rehab) that last 30 to 31 day either,I'm talking about something that last a least 1yr.or2 that should help.This evidently is the worse thing anyone could every deal with.Jail should help anyone that does a crime realize not to do it again,if it doesn't then they must really love the place.I was out in town the other day and I overheard this guy say,I hope I get to go back to jail,I'm homeless,I have no food,and I'm freezing to death out on the street,that just told me Jail to him was a free motel basically.He even said he was going to go do something wrong so he could be put in jail.I though some people are lost and need help,then again I don't no what kind of life he lived so I should not judge.
cantbelieveyoufo lks

Rutledge, TN

#12 Jan 28, 2012
freefailing wrote:
<quoted text>You are right,about all these people that are on drugs.It is a sickness but,who choices was it to get that away?It was there own choice,I feel sorry for all the people that have to deal with any form of addiction,it is sad to see anyone suffer for the mistakes,that they have made.I'm just over all the law enforcement,lawyer,Judges,etc. letting this get this far out of control, it is terrible.I agree with you 100% there should be some kind of place, for people to get help.Not a (rehab) that last 30 to 31 day either,I'm talking about something that last a least 1yr.or2 that should help.This evidently is the worse thing anyone could every deal with.Jail should help anyone that does a crime realize not to do it again,if it doesn't then they must really love the place.I was out in town the other day and I overheard this guy say,I hope I get to go back to jail,I'm homeless,I have no food,and I'm freezing to death out on the street,that just told me Jail to him was a free motel basically.He even said he was going to go do something wrong so he could be put in jail.I though some people are lost and need help,then again I don't no what kind of life he lived so I should not judge.
Yes, I agree. we all make choices,some good some bad. Glad to hear a voice of reason!!
Heh

Rutledge, TN

#13 Jan 29, 2012
cantbelieveyoufolks wrote:
<quoted text>Yes, I agree. we all make choices,some good some bad. Glad to hear a voice of reason!!
It may be a sickness but most knew that there were risks before taking the drugs. They made their decision and we're left with dealing with their thieving and the children left behind that no longer has their mommy and/or daddy.

Since: Jan 12

Powell, TN

#14 Jan 29, 2012
Tomatoes wrote:
I hope there is someone out there willing to point these drug heads out. They are taking over this Community. I remember when my kids were in school, I did not have to worry about them coming home with any illicit drugs. But now, you dont know what they are selling in these schools, or anywhere else for that matter. I will pray for them all, though.
to tomatoes This is bill kibble i will have your ip add. in a few more mins. you dont know me my wife is in va. she left in dec 20 th. so you could not have seen me and her doing drugs. i will show up at your house so you can say that to my face. see you soon.

to every one who writes things that are not true rember your ip. add. is on this web site and I can find you. bill.
TheQueen

AOL

#15 Jan 30, 2012
cant: Buying and selling drugs is a crime. Using illegal drugs is a crime.
I don't know why you would feel that a little more love would prevent substance abuse. I do know, however, that pain is a great motivater, and that if you cause discomfort when people behave in a negative way, their butt will soon tell their brain that they should change their behavior.
Many drug addicts have grown up in loving homes, with strong social support, but they have chosen to use drugs to 'help them face their day'.
Drug usage is not an illness. It is an addiction.
Addictive behavior is acquired by habit and the availability of the addictive substance.
Illness is a disorder that one cannot prevent/control.
We sometimes have to pull those we care about away from the fire, and keeping drug addicts away from drugs is an act of love.
Heh

Rutledge, TN

#16 Jan 30, 2012
Illness CAN be preventable. Washing your hands, wearing a face mask... Drug addiction IS an illness. You should know that "Queen". Check the DSM-IV. The American Psychological Association lists all addictions as a disease/illness... all the way down to porn and caffeine addictions. Addictive behavior is acquired by experience. It's not usually a habit until you're addicted. Experiences like friends or parents that use drugs, not taking prescriptions like you're told to... and availability isn't that important. The problem with drug addicts is that if they want it bad enough they'll sale their mother to get it. If not then they make it. Sometimes... we simply can't do much about what others do. They have to have the good common sense to have known better and made the better decisions.
TheQueen

AOL

#17 Jan 31, 2012
Heh: If you prevent illness by washing your hands and wearing face masks, you're not ill.
Certain 'experts' may feel that negative behavior is an illness, but I feel that it is more a behavioral choice. The only 'natural' addicts are babies born with the addiction that their mother had during gestation.
Addicts are not ill, they are weak. They cannot/do not make wize choices.
As to keeping them in confinement, it removes them from an environment in which they can obtain their substance of abuse. That is why we keep child abusers away from children.
They seem to feel that they cannot help their actions, but they're pretty sly about only molesting children when parents or other responsible people are around. That is not addictive behavior. It is evil behavior.
Drug addiction will cause people to steal, rob, lie, and do all kinds of other things to conceal their habit. If they were truely ill enough to 'need' these substances, they would be honest about what they did.
We ARE able to have controls about what others do. That's why we have dicipline from parents, mental hospitals, re-hab centers, and jails.
I still hold that availability is important. When an addict is removed from an atmosphere where addictive substances are, they may have a hard time adjusting to being 'clean', but their drug usage is in no way comparable to a diabetic or an epileptic(who are truely ill) not having their medication.
The mental health field may feel that negative behavior is an addiction, but I think it's just patients who have acquired the expertise to convince others that their behavior is something they cannot control.
Addicts of any nature have done the same. They may feel that they connot live without their substance of choice, and they often are very different people without their addictive substance, but they CAN live clean. They CAN be productive, useful people when they are not 'blitzed'.
They are not willing to "sale their mother" anymore, they are not as abusive to others, they are safer drivers, and they are better citizens.
Calling their craving for illegal substances an addiction is saying that people cannot control their actions.
When an elderly person gets to the point of leaving the stove on when they're not cooking, walking down the street without their clothes on, driving on the wrong side of the road, or talking to people who are not in their presence, we realize that something is wrong, and we get someone to stay with them or we put them in a safer environment, where they're not likely to be able to continue their negative or dangerous behavior.
Putting drug abusers in re-hab or jail is done for the same reason. They are removed from the environment in which they became addicted and in which their addictive substance was readily available.
I hope I've explained my statements, Heh, and that I do not necessarily agree with all medical opinions. That's why patients are often told to seek a second opinion.
Heavy the head that wears the crown.
Heh

Morristown, TN

#18 Jan 31, 2012
TheQueen wrote:
Heh: If you prevent illness by washing your hands and wearing face masks, you're not ill.
Certain 'experts' may feel that negative behavior is an illness, but I feel that it is more a behavioral choice. The only 'natural' addicts are babies born with the addiction that their mother had during gestation.
Addicts are not ill, they are weak. They cannot/do not make wize choices.
As to keeping them in confinement, it removes them from an environment in which they can obtain their substance of abuse. That is why we keep child abusers away from children.
They seem to feel that they cannot help their actions, but they're pretty sly about only molesting children when parents or other responsible people are around. That is not addictive behavior. It is evil behavior.
Drug addiction will cause people to steal, rob, lie, and do all kinds of other things to conceal their habit. If they were truely ill enough to 'need' these substances, they would be honest about what they did.
We ARE able to have controls about what others do. That's why we have dicipline from parents, mental hospitals, re-hab centers, and jails.
I still hold that availability is important. When an addict is removed from an atmosphere where addictive substances are, they may have a hard time adjusting to being 'clean', but their drug usage is in no way comparable to a diabetic or an epileptic(who are truely ill) not having their medication.
The mental health field may feel that negative behavior is an addiction, but I think it's just patients who have acquired the expertise to convince others that their behavior is something they cannot control.
Addicts of any nature have done the same. They may feel that they connot live without their substance of choice, and they often are very different people without their addictive substance, but they CAN live clean. They CAN be productive, useful people when they are not 'blitzed'.
They are not willing to "sale their mother" anymore, they are not as abusive to others, they are safer drivers, and they are better citizens.
Calling their craving for illegal substances an addiction is saying that people cannot control their actions.
When an elderly person gets to the point of leaving the stove on when they're not cooking, walking down the street without their clothes on, driving on the wrong side of the road, or talking to people who are not in their presence, we realize that something is wrong, and we get someone to stay with them or we put them in a safer environment, where they're not likely to be able to continue their negative or dangerous behavior.
Putting drug abusers in re-hab or jail is done for the same reason. They are removed from the environment in which they became addicted and in which their addictive substance was readily available.
I hope I've explained my statements, Heh, and that I do not necessarily agree with all medical opinions. That's why patients are often told to seek a second opinion.
Heavy the head that wears the crown.
Yes, but your crown is made of delusional grandeur... can't be all that heavy. Talk to the people that collaborated the info that went into the DSM-IV. Ask them if its not medically caled an illness. Ask the people who run rehab CLINICS. Sure sounds like its treated like an illness...
Seriously

Jacksonville, FL

#19 Feb 1, 2012
I agree with Heh. Addiction is an illness. Though, in regards to porn, internet, sex, etc (basically things that do not chemically manipulate the brain's synapses), I think should be classified as more of a compulsive disorder than an addiction. Anyway! Queen! Drug addiction and overcoming it isn't just taking them away from environment (yes, that's going to lead me to genetics...I do love the nature vs. nurture debate). Because they're going to be put right back in that environment with the same genetic pre-dispositions for addiction. And over all, probably worse, if they were a heavy user and messed up baselines of certain chemicals in their brain. Now, I'm not saying that its all based on genes...but, just detoxing them won't cut it. Drug dependency is a mixture of genetics and environment...so, it seems you're going to have to change one or the other to tip the scale to being drug-free after rehab and detox. And, since we can't change our genes..we have to change our environment. I'd say, its genes that help get us there (still taking environment into the equation) and environment that pretty much keeps us there. If a kid's friends don't smoke...the likelihood of them smoking is drastically less. Also, when drugs are deglamorized and the real stories are told in the media...drug use usually goes down.(This is turning out to be a rather random rant, isn't it?) Teenagers!! Oh yes, teenagers and drugs. Usually not done to help cope with problems (that's usually reserved for 20+, you know..when the real problems of life come in and all those crazy dormant psychological disorders really awaken after puberty). Anyway, the peer pressure (and peer pressure isn't just "what all the kids are doing", but what kids THINK "all the kids are doing")...adults usually wave this off as being "weak", but peer pressure does have its place...adults feel it too!(I mean, isn't culture just one big peer pressure pot? Clothing styles, trophy cars, jobs, etc..not all bad, mind you...positive peer pressure is...well, positive!) Anyway!! Bottom line since this is long and I'm sure most of you have stopped reading is this: If an area (ahem, environment) is relatively drug free then it tends to constrain any genetic predisposition to drug use. Just sayin'.

And, a tongue-in-cheek moment, Queen.."Enlightened is the head that reads the books". I honestly couldn't resist...friendly jab, mind you.

(Damn, I hope this doesn't double post...I just posted it, and it didn't show up. Hmm.)
Seriously

Jacksonville, FL

#20 Feb 1, 2012
Oh, and just so we're all on the same page...if someone does drugs to "cope with life", then there is obviously something going all wacky in the brain, and drugs could stimulate receptors in the brain to make them feel "okay", which of course backfires...but, basically what I'm saying is that most people see drugs as the major problem, when...you know, it could be something entirely different...like depression, which is probably the most common.(not advocating drug use, but friends and family only see a drug user, maybe they weren't paying attention to them before they used drugs...not neglecting them, per say, but...how many people have a thought that a loved one might be depressed? OH! I know! When they started using drugs...sad, so sad).

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