Man, woman face drug charges

Man, woman face drug charges

There are 10 comments on the The Tribune story from Jan 5, 2012, titled Man, woman face drug charges. In it, The Tribune reports that:

According to a press release Wednesday from the Indiana State Police Post at Sellersburg, James M. Humphrey, 43, and Ashleigh M. Shapinsky, 29, were arrested after investigators found an active methamphetamine lab at their residence at 1157 S. Solar St.

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Fed up

Lynnville, IN

#1 Jan 11, 2012
....so, what's up with these two? Are they still in jail? Are they actually going to be charged with anything? The laws need to be changed so the punishment is tougher for these low-life drug deal scum.
Really

United States

#2 Jan 11, 2012
Imagine that... People arrested for drugs in Scottsburg. At least the "time bomb" of a lab was shut down before innocent people were hurt.
new beginnings

Scottsburg, IN

#3 Jan 24, 2012
look i knew that girl from school i understand why she did what she did i am a recovering meth addict she needs rehab not jail if more ppl in scott county actually cared and tried to help the victims of drug addiction and reach out to our children we wouldnt have so many ppl hooked on drugs!!!!!!!!!!
Justice for Gaven

Elkhart, IN

#4 Jan 24, 2012
Everyone has a choice to do drug's or not it is a choice that person make's.Once they go down that road they are just a sponge on society,alway's wanting more handout's and if they can't get it then they start stealing.Why isn't her family or you helping her,probably because they know she won't change.
True

Louisville, KY

#5 Jan 24, 2012
new beginnings wrote:
look i knew that girl from school i understand why she did what she did i am a recovering meth addict she needs rehab not jail if more ppl in scott county actually cared and tried to help the victims of drug addiction and reach out to our children we wouldnt have so many ppl hooked on drugs!!!!!!!!!!
Congrats in your sobriety and I agree the community could do more but a drug addict can't be helped if they don't want help.
The Girl

Louisville, KY

#6 Apr 9, 2012
I have a drug dealer in my neioughhood people have called the police on her and they do nothing. She makes meth and sells pills she has girls in the house and they still do nothing. Wow we have some of the best cops around here.
Mary Ann

Richmond, KY

#7 Apr 10, 2012
The Girl wrote:
I have a drug dealer in my neioughhood people have called the police on her and they do nothing. She makes meth and sells pills she has girls in the house and they still do nothing. Wow we have some of the best cops around here.
I have the same problem. I know it takes time to conduct an investigation but it is soo obvious that it's happening. I have contacted the state police for my situation. They seem to take it more seriously than the local boys.
The Girl

Louisville, KY

#8 Apr 11, 2012
I have the same problem. I know it takes time to conduct an investigation but it is soo obvious that it's happening.I have called state and local for the past year and they still won't do anything I have found needles in my yard and i call them and they do nothing
I have contacted the state police for my situation. They seem to take it more seriously than the local boys.
aaa

Oxford, OH

#9 Apr 12, 2012
The Girl wrote:
I have a drug dealer in my neioughhood people have called the police on her and they do nothing. She makes meth and sells pills she has girls in the house and they still do nothing. Wow we have some of the best cops around here.
call her dr if you know who it is and report her. they will call her in for a pill count let me guess north end ..right? you never know what to do! I wonder if it is true that drs get a comission off of the scripts that they write? I honestly think the drs have more controll then the officers. Not to condem them but there is only so much they can do . Thier hands are kind of tied.
woooooooooo

Thorntown, IN

#10 Apr 14, 2012
were would we be with out our good ol Docter's they help people pay bills more that the state or anyone else does they write 2 and 3 thousand doller scripts out daily... street vaule that is and depending if the person has insurence or not becuase a script can cost up to 2 thousand dollers if they dont have insurence and if they have it it is 100% profit

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