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Arrests made, cocaine seized in drug raid

There are 33 comments on the Public Opinion story from Jan 7, 2010, titled Arrests made, cocaine seized in drug raid. In it, Public Opinion reports that:

Two Waynesboro men and a Hagerstown, Md., teen were arrested and about $1,000 worth of crack cocaine seized by the Franklin County Drug Task Force this week.

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Matt

Chambersburg, PA

#1 Jan 7, 2010
Good Job Task Force. Too bad this is just the tip of the iceberg
NYcityMAN

Chambersburg, PA

#2 Jan 7, 2010
Legalize crack cocaine!! the PO PO ain't gonna get rid of it!

legalize all drugs!
Wondering

Greencastle, PA

#3 Jan 7, 2010
Wonder how many thousands of dollars were spent to achieve this major drug bust. This has been a 40 year drug war, when will they finally confiscate all of them? When will we win? How will we know? How much room is left in our jails? Guess we can build more jails to house these criminals. Any of you out there have criminal friends or criminal family members that belong in jail for drugs?
bobo

Philadelphia, PA

#4 Jan 7, 2010
Their are dirty cops amongst the force...and this is a fact!
who u

Carlisle, PA

#5 Jan 7, 2010
crack kills!! but they will get more time than somebody that did kill a human
Smitty

Chambersburg, PA

#7 Jan 7, 2010
Wondering wrote:
Wonder how many thousands of dollars were spent to achieve this major drug bust. This has been a 40 year drug war, when will they finally confiscate all of them? When will we win? How will we know? How much room is left in our jails? Guess we can build more jails to house these criminals. Any of you out there have criminal friends or criminal family members that belong in jail for drugs?
Let a bunch of crack dealing scum bags move into your neighborhood and I suspect you'll be singing a different tune. After all, what's a better environment to raise kids in and raise property value than a neighborhood overrun with drug dealers. But hey, it's no big deal.
PAtownMan

Shippensburg, PA

#8 Jan 7, 2010
MR. NYcityMAN they already get DUIs for your Mary Jane
local

Landisburg, PA

#9 Jan 7, 2010
We already have a neighborhood full of druggies. Most of them on disability and get prescrip drugs which they sell to buy crack and heroin. So not only are the tax payers paying to support them in jail, they were paying for them to get the drugs in the first place through SSI which I might add that the majority of them are healthier than the working people.
Go local

Waynesboro, PA

#10 Jan 7, 2010
I agree with "local" there are plenty of people out there tha are sitting on there lazy asses while we bust ours, I have seen people on disability, mow lawns, ride motorcycles, chop wood, and even build their own home!!! WTF???? test their asses for drugs before you give them free benefits, and whats up with this Dennis kid, wasn't his brother the one killed in Hagerstown a few years ago in some kind of drug related incident, Have to learn the hard way!
Agent 0

New Oxford, PA

#11 Jan 7, 2010
Go local wrote:
I agree with "local" there are plenty of people out there tha are sitting on there lazy asses while we bust ours, I have seen people on disability, mow lawns, ride motorcycles, chop wood, and even build their own home!!!****??? test their asses for drugs before you give them free benefits, and whats up with this Dennis kid, wasn't his brother the one killed in Hagerstown a few years ago in some kind of drug related incident, Have to learn the hard way!
Good point I was ready to say the same thing about the Hagerstown thing but you said it for me. They never learn even death doesn't change these dumb fools. There is a price to pay for stupidity. Just like those fools that hung out at the tracks on Hollywell dealin junk. The cops knew who you were they always left you lead them to the bigger deal.
LEGALIZE DRUGS

Chambersburg, PA

#12 Jan 7, 2010
I agree with NYcityMan.....
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just legalize these drugs.....
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and like he said....could you imagine the money that states would bring in by taxing LEGAL marijuana????
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millions and millions and millions of dollars...
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plus, so many more people would be driving around high as kites which would mean tons and tons more money being brought in from DUIs
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and this all means a hell of a lot of extra money....which could be used to educate our children
Seriously

Chambersburg, PA

#13 Jan 7, 2010
LEGALIZE DRUGS wrote:
I agree with NYcityMan.....
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just legalize these drugs.....
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and like he said....could you imagine the money that states would bring in by taxing LEGAL marijuana????
....
millions and millions and millions of dollars...
....
plus, so many more people would be driving around high as kites which would mean tons and tons more money being brought in from DUIs
...
and this all means a hell of a lot of extra money....which could be used to educate our children
I'm sure all of the people who are willing to break the law by selling drugs would instantly become law-abiding tax-paying citizens if drugs were legalized. I mean seriously, if you are willing to commit a felony by selling illegal drugs, what is the likelihood of you not cheating on the taxes you are supposed to be paying on your legalized drugs?
Dirtee Sanchez

Chambersburg, PA

#14 Jan 7, 2010
who u wrote:
crack kills!! but they will get more time than somebody that did kill a human
Really? My best guess would be a few basket-weaving classes at the DRC followed by two years worth of probation where they will be lucky to see their probation officer more than 3 or 4 times.
what

Shippensburg, PA

#15 Jan 8, 2010
LEGALIZE DRUGS wrote:
I agree with NYcityMan.....
....
just legalize these drugs.....
...
and like he said....could you imagine the money that states would bring in by taxing LEGAL marijuana????
....
millions and millions and millions of dollars...
....
plus, so many more people would be driving around high as kites which would mean tons and tons more money being brought in from DUIs
...
and this all means a hell of a lot of extra money....which could be used to educate our children
Like the break we were to get on real estate taxes by legalizing gambling, but now the governor wants to use the money to pay his buddies.
XNYr

Mercersburg, PA

#16 Jan 8, 2010
NYcityMAN wrote:
yeah dey is crooked PO-lice everywhere....dey probably take home some of da confiscated crack and smoke it with dey families and dey probably confiscate most of da money and turn just a little in!
dis war on drugs will never be won and dey need to just legalize it and tax it!
just think yall...if dey legalize mary jane, just think how much money the courts could make off of da mary jane DUIs dat da PO-lice would arrest
so dey could tax da MARY JANE and then on top of dat, dey could gets hundreds of thousands of dollars from people driving under the influence of MARY JANE!!!
Nice post.....did you major in Ebonics, or are you just another homie talking smack!
local

Landisburg, PA

#17 Jan 8, 2010
Some of us still believe in a good days work for a good days pay. We don't need to be out in la-la land to enjoy life, and we still care enough about our children to do things the legal way. I am proud of our police force and all the hard work they do to try and keep life safe for honest people. Anybody who thinks legalizing drugs is a good move obviously does them and wants to be able to go through life high with no regard as to how their limited ability affects others.
c-burg

Jersey Shore, PA

#18 Jan 8, 2010
what ever happened to the last bunch they caught? Anybody know?
notraceistbut

United States

#19 Jan 8, 2010
all three were probably black im sure....
TrUe DaT tRuE dAt

Newville, PA

#20 Jan 8, 2010
notraceistbut wrote:
all three were probably black im sure....
You can see their mugshots on other paper's websites if you want to know the answer to your question.
TrUe DaT tRuE dAt

Newville, PA

#21 Jan 8, 2010
notraceistbut wrote:
all three were probably black im sure....
The juvenile's picture isn't listed, but the other two are. They look either black or hispanic.

That Dennis name sounds familiar for some reason.

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