OCIB arrests 29 in Operation Rx Printshop
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#1 Dec 14, 2012
lol it looks like the locked up the whole st cloud this shows how big of a drug problem st cloud has. throw these rednecks outta town i bet it will be for the better
#2 Dec 16, 2012
Some may be criminals, but some are just sick from an addiction. Maybe the corrupt system of pain killers need to be exhausted. Theyve made it too easy for people to get hooked on this sh*t. Some people are sitting with a ridiculous high bond, for a first time offense... unjust and unfair, considering violent criminals get less of a bond amount. Make axamples out of this continued offenders, not first time addicts that need help... not jail!
#3 Dec 17, 2012
your right some of the blame lies on doctors but at the same time they also need to accept personal responsibilty for not being able to stop. i have read the arrest report yes they do have a very high bond most of them are gonna have to sit in jail for a little while maybe it can help them kick the habit. you gotta remeber the st cloud pd and the osceola county sheriffs are trying to make an example of these people to stop the drug problem.
#4 Dec 17, 2012
And I get that completely, most are convicted felons... most with multiple drug charges, they have had a chance .... however for a few this is a first time offense, and they have jobs, and family that would much rather spend the money on a rehab, rather than $50,000 to get them out.. Jail is not a rehab. Hopefully some will wake up, and realize their mistakes...... however some first time offenders deserve the right to get out, and the right to a fair trial!! Some people do change and one or two days is enough for them to realize they need to straighten up..and get the help they need. These two top scumb bags that were just busted in January for stealing scripts deserve their $500,000 bonds, they were the masterminds and pretty much used the addicts as pawns. This was not rape or murder. My brother is not a fucking criminal. This shit is breaking my heart. He has never...ever been into this shit.. Hopefully he will stay away from these terrible drugs.
Making an example will never stop the drug problem. The war on drugs will never end, because these drugs are accesable and most of these addictions come from accidents or traumatic surgery... they are put on them for a period of time, and then never stop.
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#6 Feb 24, 2013
Has anyone looked into potential connections to hospital emergency room staff?
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