Authorities Bust Major Meth Syndicate

Authorities Bust Major Meth Syndicate

There are 75 comments on the WBKO-TV Bowling Green story from Mar 26, 2014, titled Authorities Bust Major Meth Syndicate. In it, WBKO-TV Bowling Green reports that:

Eleven law enforcement agencies combine on a three-year investigation, making 28 arrests to bust a big drug syndicate covering seven south central Kentucky counties! Kentucky State Police say authorities seized nine guns, 1/2 gram of meth, an anhydrous ammonia tank, and a drug ledger.

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wastedfunds

Canton, OH

#1 Mar 26, 2014
1/2 A FKKINGG GRAM!!!! FOR THREE YEARS OF OUR TAX DOLLARS WHILE THEY BUY NEW EQUIPMENT WORTH THOUSANDS UPON THOUSANDS NOT TO MENTION THREE YEARS OF MAN HOURS WE PAY FOR SO THE CAN NAB THE HUGE SYNDICATE WORTH NINE GUNS(CLASS D POSSIBLE C) AND A HALF A FUKNG GRAM!!! THEY NEED TO STOP BULLYING PEOPLE AND FORCING US TO PAY THE CITY TAX COUNTY TAX BLAH BLAH BLAH TO FUND THEIR BULLSHT...I HATE WHAT BG HAS BECOME
Tom

Glasgow, KY

#2 Mar 27, 2014
And what good did it accomplish? There will be others manufacturing it tomorrow. 40 years of this nonsense, at the cost of BILLIONS of dollars a year; and dying senior citizens can't their meds because [God forbid!] they might get high or addicted.

These idiots fail to realize that those who are so foolish as to use drugs, will make other bad decisions in their lives and engage in other self-destructive behavior. Even if they could drugs away from people, which they can't- it would ultimately accomplish NOTHING.

Apparently, they learned nothing from Prohibition (Which also ruined the lives of many people, and empowered criminals- just like the "War On Drugs" does)- but of course, this is really not about drugs. It's about control. Notice how they're slowly morphing from drug control to tobacco control and food control? And how they use drugs as a ruse to violate the rights of all innocent citizens at unconstitutional roadblocks and airports and in schools?

Americans are idiots. Most have learned nothing from history, and are letting their country and freedoms be stolen by goons with guns and badges, and in the end, what does it accomplish? Nothing positive. Drugs are more readily available today then they were 40 years ago when this idiotic War On Drugs began!

Remember: This is the government which spends millions of our tax dollars to fight teen pregnancy and create affordable healthcare...yeah...how's that working out?

We're being sprayed by who-knows-what every day- always lines in the sky- can barely remember what a clear sky looks like anymore...but yeah.....those people doing drugs instead of getting blotto on vodka are the problem. Right...uh-huh....
Belly aching

Glasgow, KY

#3 Mar 27, 2014
Tom wrote:
And what good did it accomplish? There will be others manufacturing it tomorrow. 40 years of this nonsense, at the cost of BILLIONS of dollars a year; and dying senior citizens can't their meds because [God forbid!] they might get high or addicted.
These idiots fail to realize that those who are so foolish as to use drugs, will make other bad decisions in their lives and engage in other self-destructive behavior. Even if they could drugs away from people, which they can't- it would ultimately accomplish NOTHING.
Apparently, they learned nothing from Prohibition (Which also ruined the lives of many people, and empowered criminals- just like the "War On Drugs" does)- but of course, this is really not about drugs. It's about control. Notice how they're slowly morphing from drug control to tobacco control and food control? And how they use drugs as a ruse to violate the rights of all innocent citizens at unconstitutional roadblocks and airports and in schools?
Americans are idiots. Most have learned nothing from history, and are letting their country and freedoms be stolen by goons with guns and badges, and in the end, what does it accomplish? Nothing positive. Drugs are more readily available today then they were 40 years ago when this idiotic War On Drugs began!
Remember: This is the government which spends millions of our tax dollars to fight teen pregnancy and create affordable healthcare...yeah...how's that working out?
We're being sprayed by who-knows-what every day- always lines in the sky- can barely remember what a clear sky looks like anymore...but yeah.....those people doing drugs instead of getting blotto on vodka are the problem. Right...uh-huh....
Boo hoo hoo. Boo hoo hoo. I am the biggest whiner. Boo hoo hoo.
Huh

Louisville, KY

#4 Mar 27, 2014
All of those resources and time and money. A half gram of meth? I wish that the local law enforcement would use a partnership and focus of this size to solve some of the UNSOLVED murders that seem prolific in Warren County and Bowling Green.
Get Ready

Bowling Green, KY

#5 Mar 27, 2014
OTE who="wastedfunds"]1/ 2 A FKKINGG GRAM!!!! FOR THREE YEARS OF OUR TAX DOLLARS WHILE THEY BUY NEW EQUIPMENT WORTH THOUSANDS UPON THOUSANDS NOT TO MENTION THREE YEARS OF MAN HOURS WE PAY FOR SO THE CAN NAB THE HUGE SYNDICATE WORTH NINE GUNS(CLASS D POSSIBLE C) AND A HALF A FUKNG GRAM!!! THEY NEED TO STOP BULLYING PEOPLE AND FORCING US TO PAY THE CITY TAX COUNTY TAX BLAH BLAH BLAH TO FUND THEIR BULLSHT...I HATE WHAT BG HAS BECOME[/
Well if you have children do you think if it kept 1 of yours off meth would it not be worth it?
I pay city & county taxes & I dont like that at all. The police catch these people its the Judges that let them out. Its a ring of fire. I agree with your statement but I follow this meth. Its out there on our streets. Rightnow to my credit they are holding a 44 year old man. To my credit I watch & follow up & I make sure they keep this old man in jail. He has several charges stacked up against him. He has ruined many people targeting young girls. Just give it some thought. If they catch 1 big dealer its worth every bit of my tax dollars.
I know of 1 case a person had the child sitting on 19 grams of meth. That is a very dangerous chance that this person would put that under the child's car seat. He is out free on a $25,000 cash bond. That isnt right to me. He has to go back to court 2015. If he stays out of trouble BG they will turn this person loose. The child was in the car seat sitting on 19 grams of meth.
Get Ready

Bowling Green, KY

#6 Mar 27, 2014
TE who="Tom"]And what good did it accomplish? There will be others manufacturing it tomorrow. 40 years of this nonsense, at the cost of BILLIONS of dollars a year; and dying senior citizens can't their meds because [God forbid!] they might get high or addicted.
These idiots fail to realize that those who are so foolish as to use drugs, will make other bad decisions in their lives and engage in other self-destructive behavior. Even if they could drugs away from people, which they can't- it would ultimately accomplish NOTHING.
Apparently, they learned nothing from Prohibition (Which also ruined the lives of many people, and empowered criminals- just like the "War On Drugs" does)- but of course, this is really not about drugs. It's about control. Notice how they're slowly morphing from drug control to tobacco control and food control? And how they use drugs as a ruse to violate the rights of all innocent citizens at unconstitutional roadblocks and airports and in schools?
Americans are idiots. Most have learned nothing from history, and are letting their country and freedoms be stolen by goons with guns and badges, and in the end, what does it accomplish? Nothing positive. Drugs are more readily available today then they were 40 years ago when this idiotic War On Drugs began!
Remember: This is the government which spends millions of our tax dollars to fight teen pregnancy and create affordable healthcare...yeah...how's that working out?
We're being sprayed by who-knows-what every day- always lines in the sky- can barely remember what a clear sky looks like anymore...but yeah.....those people doing drugs instead of getting blotto on vodka are the problem. Right...uh-huh....

I totally agree. Any American person that voted for OBAMA is a idot.
Busted

Atlanta, GA

#7 Mar 27, 2014
1/2 gram does seem ridiculous, but the other paraphernalia does suggest a larger problem.
Boom

Glasgow, KY

#8 Mar 27, 2014
Engaged in organized crime, class b
5 -15 years.
Double boom

Glasgow, KY

#9 Mar 27, 2014
krs 532.060 says a class b felony is no less than 10 years but no greater than 20 years.
Bonk. Lawyer TIME LOL!!!
Lynn

Waddy, KY

#11 Mar 28, 2014
Its the ledger they want
Good job

Bowling Green, KY

#12 Mar 28, 2014
Sorry to all the drug users that think this was a waste of money but I believe that making 28 drug arrests, seizing 9 (probably illegal) weapons, an anhydrous tank, and a drug ledger was not a waste of my tax dollars. Wish they would make this many drug arrests on a daily basis. I would gladly pay for that rather than for you unemployed meth heads to get your welfare check and food stamps.
obama

Hendersonville, TN

#13 Mar 28, 2014
Good job wrote:
Sorry to all the drug users that think this was a waste of money but I believe that making 28 drug arrests, seizing 9 (probably illegal) weapons, an anhydrous tank, and a drug ledger was not a waste of my tax dollars. Wish they would make this many drug arrests on a daily basis. I would gladly pay for that rather than for you unemployed meth heads to get your welfare check and food stamps.
Another good Christian that would rather her money go to imprisoning people than feeding and clothing them. U know nothing about how the world works so go watch more Fox News and believing the world will end
Good job

Bowling Green, KY

#15 Mar 28, 2014
obama wrote:
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Another good Christian that would rather her money go to imprisoning people than feeding and clothing them. U know nothing about how the world works so go watch more Fox News and believing the world will end
Actually I'm not a Christian I'm Atheist. I think Obama is a joke that was put into office by illegals and blacks thinking he would help them by giving them more handouts. And yes I do believe that ALL drug dealers and users should be locked up. They are worthless scum. I don't think the world will end but at some point the world as you know it will if somebody doesn't do something about the vermin that infects it.
Bella

Munfordville, KY

#16 Mar 28, 2014
Tom wrote:
And what good did it accomplish? There will be others manufacturing it tomorrow. 40 years of this nonsense, at the cost of BILLIONS of dollars a year; and dying senior citizens can't their meds because [God forbid!] they might get high or addicted.
These idiots fail to realize that those who are so foolish as to use drugs, will make other bad decisions in their lives and engage in other self-destructive behavior. Even if they could drugs away from people, which they can't- it would ultimately accomplish NOTHING.
Apparently, they learned nothing from Prohibition (Which also ruined the lives of many people, and empowered criminals- just like the "War On Drugs" does)- but of course, this is really not about drugs. It's about control. Notice how they're slowly morphing from drug control to tobacco control and food control? And how they use drugs as a ruse to violate the rights of all innocent citizens at unconstitutional roadblocks and airports and in schools?
Americans are idiots. Most have learned nothing from history, and are letting their country and freedoms be stolen by goons with guns and badges, and in the end, what does it accomplish? Nothing positive. Drugs are more readily available today then they were 40 years ago when this idiotic War On Drugs began!
Remember: This is the government which spends millions of our tax dollars to fight teen pregnancy and create affordable healthcare...yeah...how's that working out?
We're being sprayed by who-knows-what every day- always lines in the sky- can barely remember what a clear sky looks like anymore...but yeah.....those people doing drugs instead of getting blotto on vodka are the problem. Right...uh-huh....
Love your comment. This so-called "war on drugs" was destined to fail from the get-go. Addiction is a disease that cannot be cured by stints in jail or prohibition. Addicts (I'm referring to alcoholics as addicts too, because alcohol IS a drug) WILL get what they crave, one way or other, legally or illegally. Our lawmakers are either too damn stupid or just don't care enough to really learn about the disease of addiction and treat it as such. The only way to stop drug trafficking is to legally supply the substances that are needed to the addict via government run clinics that are free/affordable and/or provide free/affordable treatment to the addicts. JMHO
jess

Bowling Green, KY

#17 Mar 28, 2014
Bella wrote:
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Love your comment. This so-called "war on drugs" was destined to fail from the get-go. Addiction is a disease that cannot be cured by stints in jail or prohibition. Addicts (I'm referring to alcoholics as addicts too, because alcohol IS a drug) WILL get what they crave, one way or other, legally or illegally. Our lawmakers are either too damn stupid or just don't care enough to really learn about the disease of addiction and treat it as such. The only way to stop drug trafficking is to legally supply the substances that are needed to the addict via government run clinics that are free/affordable and/or provide free/affordable treatment to the addicts. JMHO
THATS what we need free clinics supported by the tax payers to give out free drugs
if I am going to have to fund something put a electric fence up throw a ton of drugs
in the middle put all addicts in give them all a gun and tell them where the drugs are
maybe they will wittel themselfs down to where we won't have so many to feed
Wildcat man

United States

#18 Mar 28, 2014
What a Freakin idiot to think that Obama had anything to do with this Big 1/2 g bust. And the guns are prolly squirrel guns. What's even funnier this Obama basher I bet out of the 9 agencies there is prolly 30 to 40 officers and all but 2 are republicans. So be sure to pat your republican officers on the back you freakin idiot!
Bella

Munfordville, KY

#20 Mar 28, 2014
jess wrote:
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THATS what we need free clinics supported by the tax payers to give out free drugs
if I am going to have to fund something put a electric fence up throw a ton of drugs
in the middle put all addicts in give them all a gun and tell them where the drugs are
maybe they will wittel themselfs down to where we won't have so many to feed
Who's money do you think is taking care of the addicts in jail/prison? Put these prisoners on a maintenance dose of methadone/Suboxone/Naltrexone and they'll be able to work and become productive members of society instead of committing crimes in order to get their drugs. I'm not just blowing smoke here. Other countries have adopted this method of dealing with addicts and the crime rate has dropped to almost 0%. It has also put the dealers out of business.
Voice

Lexington, KY

#21 Mar 28, 2014
Bella wrote:
<quoted text>
Love your comment. This so-called "war on drugs" was destined to fail from the get-go. Addiction is a disease that cannot be cured by stints in jail or prohibition. Addicts (I'm referring to alcoholics as addicts too, because alcohol IS a drug) WILL get what they crave, one way or other, legally or illegally. Our lawmakers are either too damn stupid or just don't care enough to really learn about the disease of addiction and treat it as such. The only way to stop drug trafficking is to legally supply the substances that are needed to the addict via government run clinics that are free/affordable and/or provide free/affordable treatment to the addicts. JMHO
I personally think that addiction is not a disease. This is all from CHOICES that people made.
Unfortunately they seem to be BAD choices.
Bella

Munfordville, KY

#22 Mar 28, 2014
Voice wrote:
<quoted text>
I personally think that addiction is not a disease. This is all from CHOICES that people made.
Unfortunately they seem to be BAD choices.
I certainly respect your opinion, however, the medical community has it classified as a disease. They have located a gene that is present in addicts that is not present in non-addicts. Also, there are differences in the brain of addicts vs. non-addicts. Addiction is NOT a choice. Trust me on this, NO ONE would choose to be an addict.
Tara

Scottsville, KY

#23 Mar 28, 2014
Anthony Vernon's already on parole for manufacturing meth, bet he ends up doing time this round.
Just another meth head exposed again and again.

It's fun to dance with the devil but someone has to pay the fiddler so pay up METH HEAD. LOL!!!

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