Beisly sues counties and an area drug task force

Full story: Nevada Daily Mail/Sunday Nevada Herald

Bob Beisly II, Richards, has filed suit against a regional drug task force, claiming they were not organized legally.

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joe

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Sep 26, 2006
 
Well seeing as how they have drugs all over town and can not stop 4 wheelers from running on county roads He mite be on to something
Ashley

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Oct 5, 2006
 
All I know is it's about freaking time the city and county finally came to task on its illegal police activities.
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Jan 18, 2007
 
stop giving drug dealers probation and suspended sentences and give them long prison sentences.

you'll go to prison faster in nevada if you tamper with someones car.
but deal some meth and it probation for you.

no wonder why its the meth capital .
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Jan 18, 2007
 
James Register, Moundville, pleaded guilty to charges of receiving stolen property and vehicle tampering and was given two, four-year prison terms with the judge retaining jurisdiction for up to 120 days.

25-year-old Richard Smyth, Nevada, pleaded guilty to a marijuana possession charge and was given a suspended, seven-year prison term, pending probation.

Probation was revoked for 24-year-old Dustin Jones, rural Richards, and he was given an eight-year suspended prison term, pending probation. Jones had been on probation since pleading guilty to a drug distribution/delivery charge August 18, 2005.
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Mar 8, 2007
 
bunker hill townie wrote:
James Register, Moundville, pleaded guilty to charges of receiving stolen property and vehicle tampering and was given two, four-year prison terms with the judge retaining jurisdiction for up to 120 days.
25-year-old Richard Smyth, Nevada, pleaded guilty to a marijuana possession charge and was given a suspended, seven-year prison term, pending probation.
Probation was revoked for 24-year-old Dustin Jones, rural Richards, and he was given an eight-year suspended prison term, pending probation. Jones had been on probation since pleading guilty to a drug distribution/delivery charge August 18, 2005.
A Nevada man has been sentenced to four years in prison for burglary, stealing and vehicle tampering. 17-year-old Paul Beasley was sentenced Tuesday during a Vernon County circuit court hearing, with judge James R. Bickel retaining jurisdiction for 120 days.
someone in kansa

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Mar 19, 2007
 
well everyone knows what to do deal drugs in ft Scott or Nevada and you will be a model citizen. ha
bunker hill townie

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Mar 26, 2007
 
now heres a good deal
shoot at a police officer and get sent to prison...

oh wait
how about a furlough first

A Nevada man has been sentenced to five years in prison after pleading guilty to felony assault charges. 18-year-old Dustin Carpenter was charged after a car driven by a deputy sheriff and a second vehicle were fired upon last May 22. Carpenter pleaded guilty during a brief circuit court hearing Friday and was given two five-year prison terms he is to serve at the same time. Judge James R. Bickel granted a furlough request, ordering Carpenter to report to the county jail April 23.
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Jul 31, 2007
 
A Nevada man was arrested almost a month ago for finishing all but 5 hrs of his 40 hrs of community service which he recieved for a traffic violation. He spent 4 days in jail and was not allowed his one phone call. They let meth heads walk the streets of Nevada on probation but if you dont finish community service u go to jail and are not allowed your one phone call.

“keepin it real”

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Billybobville, Kansas

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Aug 15, 2007
 
bunker hill townie wrote:
stop giving drug dealers probation and suspended sentences and give them long prison sentences.
you'll go to prison faster in nevada if you tamper with someones car.
but deal some meth and it probation for you.
no wonder why its the meth capital .
i thought pleasanton was the meth capitol.
josh from Guam

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Aug 20, 2007
 
they are definately one of the most corrupt groups in Missouri . Including pulaski county police and the city police departments I wonder how much money they get from selling the drugs back to the dealers whom they busted for them and fined them alot of money
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stop giving drug dealers probation and suspended sentences and give them long prison sentences.
you'll go to prison faster in nevada if you tamper with someones car.
but deal some meth and it probation for you.
no wonder why its the meth capital .
you must be stupid prison is for vilont people.
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cops are so messed up,they have the highest SUICIDE rate, maybe its because thay have lied on so many people and even beat or kill a incent people I would NEVER trust one.
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Aug 20, 2007
 
cops are like all groups of people/ some good, some bad. unfortunately the bad ones will always get the press. i know ft scott/bourbon county cops have always had their problem members, who always seemed to out number the good.
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Sep 12, 2008
 
i think meth heads are still running around everywhere in joplin like its no thing becus they deal to some cops and the cops just dont care about meth as long as they have some to
harold jenkins

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Jan 3, 2009
 
bunker hill townie wrote:
stop giving drug dealers probation and suspended sentences and give them long prison sentences.
you'll go to prison faster in nevada if you tamper with someones car.
but deal some meth and it probation for you.
no wonder why its the meth capital .
sir, you are un-american. YOU ARE A DOMESTIC ENEMY OF THE CONSTITUTION. protect yourself.
harold jenkins

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Jan 3, 2009
 
new resident wrote:
<quoted text>you must be stupid prison is for vilont people.
Mainly, for people that commit crimes, but yes, people on drugs or people that sell "drugs" should not be put in jail. small minded small towns people listen to "god" way too much!

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Mainly, for people that commit crimes, but yes, people on drugs or people that sell "drugs" should not be put in jail. small minded small towns people listen to "god" way too much!
95% of the felony cases 2008, in Franklin county Mo were meth related. That included everything from theft to murder. People who deal or use meth should be locked up, I know, I used to be an meth addict for 15 years and have been clean for 7 years now. I know first hand what this drug does to people. the people who deal it should be in prison the rest of their life, and the people using should be in jail for some amount of time, not to punish them, but so they can get off the drug and get it out of their system have a choice if they want to go back to that life. Pot should not be a crime, but any powder, especially meth and cocain should be.
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Feb 18, 2011
 
nevada ain't the meth captail of the world butler county is in south east missouri
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Jan 7, 2012
 
Meth is everywhere now-just read about-google it and you will find so much going on all over. Its getting worst and people that abuse their bodies are going downhill fast. Then they start stealing to support their habits. Come on-we are going to have to stand united and start protecting ourselves and families from this. Life is bleak and the future does not look to good for our young people-but I remember when I was young and we were poor, but we did not turn to drugs and do the things they are doing now. We got out and worked and tried to make something of ourselves. Society is going down but if we do not stand up and start banning together we cannot stop all this.
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Apr 11, 2012
 
Drugs are everywhere, it is in places most you people wouldn't even think about.Doctors,lawyers,law, and all over the schools. Not just here but everywhere.

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