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Parents accused of bringing kids to Marin City drug deal

There are 33 comments on the Marin Independent Journal story from Sep 23, 2010, titled Parents accused of bringing kids to Marin City drug deal. In it, Marin Independent Journal reports that:

A couple was arrested on drug and child endangerment allegations after showing up for a Marin City drug deal with their children in the car, the sheriff's department said Thursday.

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San Francisco, CA

#24 Sep 24, 2010
Zorro-Dystopia wrote:
The next generation gets a head start on their future adult life.
It's called "Homie Schooling."

Why else would both parents be there?

San Francisco, CA

#25 Sep 24, 2010
Wow H-o-m-i-e is a censored word.

San Rafael, CA

#26 Sep 24, 2010
Bulldoze_Marin_City wrote:
Just passing on old family traditions in the traditional workshop, the publicly financed housing projects.
Here's another example:
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Jackie Fourshey still can't believe her good fortune.
"I've got a view of the Richmond Bridge," said Fourshey, 41, who recently moved with her 19-year-old daughter, Ashley, to San Clemente Place, Corte Madera's new affordable housing complex...
Three suspects were arrested after a methamphetamine bust at a Corte Madera shopping center, the sheriff's department said Wednesday.
Jacqueline Latrice Fourshey, 42, and Baltazar Ruiz-Huitzil, 27, both of Corte Madera, were arrested on drug sales allegations, while Gabriel Ruiz-Huitzil, 25, of San Rafael was booked on suspicion of concealing or destroying evidence.
The arrests occurred Tuesday night after an investigation by the Marin County Major Crimes Task Force, the county drug squad. Drug investigators, receiving information that Fourshey was selling methamphetamine throughout Marin, bought meth from the suspects on several occasions before setting up a bust Tuesday, said task force Sgt. Fred Marziano.
"Fourshey was arrested after arriving as planned in the parking lot of Corte Madera Town Center, Marziano said. Investigators then executed a search warrant at her residence on San Clemente Drive, where they found the other two suspects.."
Just think, they are debating why they shouldn't build these all over Marin:
Don't get me started. Section 8 housing in Marin is suppose to go to people of Marin and not for the losers across the bridge. They bring all their crap with them. It's only going to get worst for Marin.

San Rafael, CA

#27 Sep 24, 2010
TRY AGAIN wrote:
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I believe the article said the police SET UP the transaction to happen in Marin City... the dead beats were actually living/staying in a hotel in San Mateo!!
And there is another article in today's paper about a bust in Terra Linda; so we better bulldoze Terra Linda as well.
I'm not saying Marin City is a great place; but there are pockets of bad everywhere.
Jacqueline Latrice Fourshey was given an apartment in the Corte Madera Section 8 housing and she came from Richmond.

Novato, CA

#28 Sep 24, 2010
I want to give a congratulations to the Marin County Sheriff's Office, specifically the Marin County Major Crimes Task Force for taking down these two individuals and for protecting those children. It would be nice to see this in the paper more often. People sleep better at night knowing that these criminals are being taken off the street.


San Francisco, CA

#30 Sep 24, 2010
Did you want them to leave the kids home alone, Think people!
us citizen

San Francisco, CA

#31 Sep 24, 2010
we don't want them to be even here in the first place . i don't give a flying f*** what they do, as long as they do it someplace else. i'm tired of paying to clean up after them!

Novato, CA

#32 Sep 24, 2010
Batman wrote:
remind me again how all we need to do is spend more money on/in this rat hole community
demo the public housing
cut the crime rate in Marin by 25% conservatively
Don't be so hard on San Mateo County

Novato, CA

#33 Sep 24, 2010
Lily White wrote:
The OxyContin pills have an estimated street value of $18,000, or $60 a piece
60 bucks a piece you say? Hmmmmm. I don't even get high anymore, but if I did, you can bet my lily white rear I wouldn't be spending $60.00 on one hit!
They did say they had costumers in "other" parts of Marin. Rich kid and adult drugs.

United States

#34 Sep 24, 2010
take the kids away forever vand keep them in jail for a year. make them take a drug test once a week after they get out of jail.

San Rafael, CA

#35 Sep 24, 2010
Bringing your kids to work is supposed to inspire them.
Cops set it up

Corte Madera, CA

#36 Sep 27, 2010
The Sheriffs office set the whole thing up. They could have set it up in Tiburon or Mill Valley, but they chose to bring crime to Marin City?!?!?
big_bad_drug_dea ler_not

Merced, CA

#37 Oct 19, 2010
What do you think the figures are like anyway? How much of your local economy's health is directly affected by it's local illicit trade in narcotics..?

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