Pot Bust in Preston County, One Arrested
#1 Apr 24, 2006
First of all I just love how you people can never seem to get your story straight! There was not one arrest in the pot bust in Preston County. There were two people arrested that night. Timothy Sypolt was also arrested and release on a $2,500 bond as was Patricia Falkner. Patricia was the one who was least involved in this whole ordeal and it seems that she is the one suffering the most. She is a very hardworking young woman who deserved nothing like this, nothing even close to this. I am not saying these things because I know her personally, but I am telling you that you need to get your story straight because you have been misinforming people for the last 2 weeks about this case.
#2 Apr 25, 2006
Hey Cassie... I don't know what actually happened, but I do agree that a good portion of the time the media really overdoes it... Saying that people were arrested and alot of drugs and things were recovered (most of it being actual property that was seized, not drugs... but they'll gladly leave that part out.) is alot more interesting then saying they found some drugs, seized some property, and let them out on a 2,500 dollar bond. They like to make people think things are bigger then they really are...
Cya around Cassie.=)
#3 Dec 11, 2010
ijust seen ur name on here cassie figured i would say hi
#4 Jan 9, 2011
Patricia now works for Wepco Federal Credit Union. Apparently she was innocent. Nice girl.
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