Thomasville man pleads guilty to drug...

Thomasville man pleads guilty to drug charge

There are 11 comments on the The York Daily Record story from Jan 6, 2009, titled Thomasville man pleads guilty to drug charge. In it, The York Daily Record reports that:

A Thomasville man pleaded guilty in Adams County court last week to three counts of delivering a controlled substance.

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nice people

Rockville, MD

#1 Jan 6, 2009
Lock him up forever he will do it again.
Really

Shelbyville, IN

#2 Jan 6, 2009
Come on...lock him up forever?? Its weed. "Joe six pack" gets to get drunk and act like an ass.
Alcohol IS a drug too.
lpl

Stockton, NJ

#3 Jan 6, 2009
hi
Justice is right

York, PA

#4 Jan 6, 2009
Didn't him and his wife go on TV and say they never would think of doing such a thing. And his wife cried on the tv saying how can anyone accuse us of such a crime all we ever did was give children a hime they would not otherwise have. And all their family and friends said what wonderful people this couple was. Well some of your foster kids grew up and could finally speak for themselves and their young foster brothers and sisters. And the truth came ou. Sometimes foster parents are in it for the money and to have kids to do their housework.
mike13

Camp Hill, PA

#5 Jan 6, 2009
Legalize and tax it - jump start the economy. Call it a "green economy".
sandra

Newburgh, IN

#6 Jan 6, 2009
Justice is right wrote:
Didn't him and his wife go on TV and say they never would think of doing such a thing. And his wife cried on the tv saying how can anyone accuse us of such a crime all we ever did was give children a hime they would not otherwise have. And all their family and friends said what wonderful people this couple was. Well some of your foster kids grew up and could finally speak for themselves and their young foster brothers and sisters. And the truth came ou. Sometimes foster parents are in it for the money and to have kids to do their housework.
I agree with you 100% been ther done that
huh

Scranton, PA

#7 Jan 6, 2009
oh goodie the war on drugs is now officially over. we have caught the big drug kingpin.

are you kidding me? like others said, legalize it. in fact criminalize alcohol and cigarettes. they are both far worse and much more addictive.

anyone ever hear of "pot mucles". if everyone at jamies was high that night instead of drunk we would probably have one more person alive. the time has come for this pot is the devil thinking to go away.

in fact the only reason pot is illegal is because mellon, yes the man from the banking family, had money invested in cotton and a brand new, at the time, fabric called nylon. he had buddies in the lawmaking system. and wow now pot is illegal. he new hemp had much more possibilities than cotton, but that is not where his money was invested.

and 80 years later we are still reading stories of little local street level dealers and users making the news. what a joke.

i know people who smoked pot for years everyday then quit for years without substance abuse classes, rehab, or detox. governmetal control of your mind.
Cops are Robbers

Harrisburg, PA

#8 Jan 6, 2009
nice people wrote:
Lock him up forever he will do it again.
We should lock you and your family up forever for being such a waste of human oxygen.
VISA3000

Philadelphia, PA

#9 Jan 6, 2009
I WOULD SAY HE SHOULD GO TO COLONIAL HOUSE, BUT THAT PLACE IS NOTHING NOW. MARVIN LIPSCOMB RAN IT INTO THE GROUND!
Justice is right

York, PA

#11 Jan 6, 2009
huh wrote:
oh goodie the war on drugs is now officially over. we have caught the big drug kingpin.
are you kidding me? like others said, legalize it. in fact criminalize alcohol and cigarettes. they are both far worse and much more addictive.
anyone ever hear of "pot mucles". if everyone at jamies was high that night instead of drunk we would probably have one more person alive. the time has come for this pot is the devil thinking to go away.
in fact the only reason pot is illegal is because mellon, yes the man from the banking family, had money invested in cotton and a brand new, at the time, fabric called nylon. he had buddies in the lawmaking system. and wow now pot is illegal. he new hemp had much more possibilities than cotton, but that is not where his money was invested.
and 80 years later we are still reading stories of little local street level dealers and users making the news. what a joke.
i know people who smoked pot for years everyday then quit for years without substance abuse classes, rehab, or detox. governmetal control of your mind.
This last sentence you posted is me and many of my friends. We were 60's and 70's and at times 80's children and didn't need any help or excuses to quit our. We just quit and moved on with life.
Omar

Fort Wayne, IN

#12 Jan 6, 2009
Start smokin' the weed, then pretty soon you'll be smokin' tobacco then drinking beer and then who knows what. Probably downloading porn and doing all kind of weird stuff. Best to let the police confiscate that maryjane so they can keep it safe and secure.

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