3 charged in Millcreek methamphetamine drug raid

Nov 8, 2012 Full story: Erie Times News 12

Police searched a residence at 562 Conti Drive in Millcreek Township on Thursday and then charged two men and a woman with manufacturing methamphetamine.

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TaxNoMore

Los Angeles, CA

#2 Nov 9, 2012
562 Conti Drive
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Sqft: 864
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Type: Mobile / Manufactured
Year built: 1971
union thug

Erie, PA

#3 Nov 9, 2012
TaxNoMore wrote:
562 Conti Drive
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Sqft: 864
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Type: Mobile / Manufactured
Year built: 1971
Realtor Dennis Weed reveals himself.
Tacks Know More

Erie, PA

#4 Nov 9, 2012
union thug wrote:
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Realtor Dennis Weed reveals himself.
.....Again!
Hows that rash holding up after those election results came out? What happened to that savior you guys had in Wisconsin? You know that Walker guy that was re-energizing the Republicunt party? Remember how Obama got bashed for not making an appearance during that recall election and you dummies claimed he had jumped ship? Turns out he didn't show up because he knew he'd win in November and didn't have to!
Where is your Savior Dennis? Scott Walker? Remember that FORCE? Suck a fat one DENNIS!
Joe America

Townville, PA

#6 Nov 10, 2012
Trailer trash making meth! Now that's new one.
Hahar

Erie, PA

#8 Nov 10, 2012
Tina wrote:
Buddy Smith... Lmao where will His sister get her drugs now!
I was thinkin the same thing
get with the times

Erie, PA

#9 Nov 10, 2012
meth is so 2005. they need to bust heroin and pill heads. People actually die from that shit.
suburbanite

Erie, PA

#10 Nov 10, 2012
Trailer parks scattered like white ghettos around the perimeter of the township. Mcmansions with teabaggers eager to defund the schools. An influx of "mixed housing" so the retards have somewhere to live. And now the meth labs that I thought were confined to the rural areas of the west county. What has happened to my beloved millcreek?
Township Manager

Erie, PA

#11 Nov 11, 2012
suburbanite wrote:
Trailer parks scattered like white ghettos around the perimeter of the township. Mcmansions with teabaggers eager to defund the schools. An influx of "mixed housing" so the retards have somewhere to live. And now the meth labs that I thought were confined to the rural areas of the west county. What has happened to my beloved millcreek?
The blame rests squarely on the shoulders of your three township supervisors.
Skip it

Erie, PA

#12 Nov 11, 2012
get with the times wrote:
meth is so 2005. they need to bust heroin and pill heads. People actually die from that shit.
Oh, so I guess they're supposed to ignore meth labs when they find them?
crack head

Wattsburg, PA

#13 Nov 11, 2012
meth is worse than both heroin and definitely pills. where do you get your info from, probably democrat, welfare recipient obamam supporter. nuff said!
ex druggie

Erie, PA

#14 Nov 11, 2012
crack head wrote:
meth is worse than both heroin and definitely pills. where do you get your info from, probably democrat, welfare recipient obamam supporter. nuff said!
I get my info from experience. No one has ever overdosed from meth. People die from heroin and pills everyday.
Jeff

Cold Brook, NY

#17 Nov 13, 2012
Johnson and Kittle got booted out of Upstate NY right before they set up shop in PA.

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