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MadCap

Manchester, KY

#38 Sep 12, 2012
lincoln resident wrote:
i just know that they are apparently too scared to come out close to where i live. the drugs are extreamly bad out my road, and i hate it. about once a week you see a vehicle pull up to the tracks and drop off a bag, and then a couple of hours later a different vehicle pulls up and picks it up. i am sick of it. we need a larger and better police department than what we currently have. lincoln is too big for the amount of law enforcement we have. to top it off they are a disgrace to the badge and should not have one.
Everybody wants to blame our law Enforcement for the drug problem, WHAT A BUNCH OF WHINERS!!!!!!' The jail only holds so many cause nobody wants to pay more taxes so they can build a larger facility. If your so concerned about the dopers running loose, make a citizen arrest and help your community out instead of getting on here and complaining like a bunch of scared little children.
so sad

United States

#41 Sep 14, 2012
check wrote:
the source is the doctors guys.it will not end till the source is eliminated...its that simple.
removing doctors will not take care of the drug problem. If they can't legally get it they'll get it by illegal means. Pill mills go into towns to lower crime, but when they're shut down and half the population is on drugs the crime will rise and these addicts will go on to a new means to get a fix. Haven't you noticed since the pain clinic has shut down that there's more drug crime and I mean like bathtub made drugs that could have god knows what in them. I'd rather see addicts get what they need safely in a controlled drug testing facility like a clinic than to see meth labs start popping up all around the area because a dr had them hooked on something and they can't get it there anymore. At least with the doctors giving it to them there are records of who has them and pill counts to control them.
numb nutz

Stanford, KY

#42 Sep 15, 2012
The reason I think the drug problem goes unnoticed is because without drugs in the county the law wouldnt have anything to do. Plus theyve got to keep Jailer Gooch "AKA MR.Clean"in business. Used to be the law stood for something but in the last few years its became a business. Everyone gets paid police,jail,court,judge,co.att orney,court clerk,drug court,probation officer,drug testing,newspapers,social services.It goes on and on. Everyone in the law business is getting paid. The ones that loses are the families of the drug users. And the families are the ones who pay the law. So if you were making big money like these guys would you do anything about it?
MadCap

London, KY

#43 Sep 15, 2012
numb nutz wrote:
The reason I think the drug problem goes unnoticed is because without drugs in the county the law wouldnt have anything to do. Plus theyve got to keep Jailer Gooch "AKA MR.Clean"in business. Used to be the law stood for something but in the last few years its became a business. Everyone gets paid police,jail,court,judge,co.att orney,court clerk,drug court,probation officer,drug testing,newspapers,social services.It goes on and on. Everyone in the law business is getting paid. The ones that loses are the families of the drug users. And the families are the ones who pay the law. So if you were making big money like these guys would you do anything about it?
You must be one of the addicts thats in and out of jail all the time,must be hard on your family taking care of a loser and one of societies rejects. Why don't you do yourself and your family a favor and quit blaming the system and look in a mirror at the real problem JUNKIE!!!
so sad

United States

#44 Sep 15, 2012
Drugs have always been around and there have always been people there to do them. The biggest problem is when a clinic comes in and floods the area with a drug. The clinic closes and there's a shortage, this leads to people doing other things and more crime trying to get what was once so readily available to them. Drugs affect more than those who you label a junky, rich or poor, doesn't matter.
MadCap

Manchester, KY

#45 Sep 15, 2012
so sad wrote:
Drugs have always been around and there have always been people there to do them. The biggest problem is when a clinic comes in and floods the area with a drug. The clinic closes and there's a shortage, this leads to people doing other things and more crime trying to get what was once so readily available to them. Drugs affect more than those who you label a junky, rich or poor, doesn't matter.
I didn't call them a poor junkie"
numb nutz

Stanford, KY

#46 Sep 15, 2012
mad cap must work for 1 of the mentioned above. Hit a nerve huh?
B-Town girl

Waynesburg, KY

#47 Oct 6, 2012
Folger has done a damn good job as Sheriff, there is a reason he is serving his 2nd term because we voted him in and he's the best for the job. He is very aware of the drup problem in Lincoln he and his staff are doing everything to get it under control. Currently they are under staffed, working crazy overtime, there is a lot of area to cover in Lincoln. If they weren't getting called out on petty disagreements between neighbors ect. it would allow them to focus more on the main issue in this county. If you are going to bad mouth Folger make sure you can back it up, because I highly douby any of you on here truly know what it going on and obviously have no clue on how things are done. Oh and FYI the drug problems in Stanford City Limits are up to the city boys, that is out of Folger's jurisdiction.

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