The Sevier County Drug Cartel

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Pierce Investigations

Kodak, TN

#1 Sep 22, 2012
Stanley Voit and the Mt. Mess Comic Book will never tell you this but here is the harsh reality of Sevier County. Massive drug addiction fueled by the Sevier County Drug Cartel!

Whaley
Busha
Morton
Norton
Bozeman

These sons and daughters of some of Sevier County's most respected families are further proof, prosecutors say, of the epidemic that is prescription painkiller abuse.

Thirteen young people whose family names are, in many cases, legend in Sevier County for their positive contributions to the community Whaley, Morton, Busha, Bozeman, to name a few all face federal prison terms for their roles in a forged prescription pill ring that involved more than 16,000 of the powerfully addictive opiate drugs.

The ringleader, according to federal authorities, was Austin Frederick Busha, whose father is a prominent real-estate agent in Sevier County. He is headed to prison now for 188 months. The final recruit into the ring, Charles Bozeman III, whose father is a long-practicing and respected doctor in Sevierville, pleaded guilty Wednesday. He faces sentencing in January.

All were addicted to opiates. Most were in their late teens and early 20s. None are likely to escape prison terms.

Court records show Busha hatched a plan in November 2010 to create forged prescriptions using valid U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration codes assigned doctors to administer prescription drugs. The doctors at issue are not fully identified in court records, although a federal official confirmed Wednesday that Bozeman's father's code was not used.

They ordered prescription paper from a paper company and used computers to craft the fake prescriptions. Busha and girlfriend Angela Powers recruited the others in the conspiracy to pass the bogus prescriptions at pharmacies throughout Sevier County. They would split the spoils, using some of the pills and selling others, Assistant U.S. Attorney Cynthia Davidson said.

Bozeman was recruited in March 2011 to both provide blank prescription paper and craft faux prescriptions, Davidson said Wednesday. He wound up creating three in his own name and acquired 540 oxycodone pills as a result. That proved to be his downfall and, in part, the unraveling of the case, since he shares his doctor father's name.

A resulting investigation led to the indictment of the 13 in October 2011, records show.

The U.S. Attorney's Office has been ramping up its prosecution of pill-dealing networks, with indictments involving prescription painkillers now outpacing street drugs such as crack cocaine and marijuana, in what U.S. Attorney Bill Killian has said is an effort to crack down on the growing epidemic.
Trip Advisor

Kodak, TN

#3 Sep 22, 2012
...underneath that moronic veneer lurks a thirst for blood. ... an invidious potential for lawlessness and despair; existential and otherwise. The sooner you stupid fcking weasels open your eyes to the hideous truth, the sooner you'll wish you were dead.
Waters1

Sevierville, TN

#4 Sep 22, 2012
Donnie Busha Jr. is a F%CKIN PUNK B&ITCH who will be loved much in prison trust me this pompus,entitled little P&SSY is excatley where he needs to be Sevier CO. is waaaay better off with this piece of SH&T in prison..The Morton twins are where they belong as well they ve been on dope since they were 12 yrs old they ve always been outta hand thiefs..jail is there last chance at life...
Stoney

Foley, AL

#7 Sep 22, 2012
Mikey, you're gonna get into trouble for copyright violations if you don't stop copying and pasting STRAIGHT from Knoxnews.com

You stupid idiot.
Trip Advisor

Kodak, TN

#10 Sep 23, 2012
Do you sorry ass Stupid Baptist Bastard really think the Feds are here on Vacation fool. They are the ones busting you stupid scum. You can't control the problem!

Sheriff Ron Seals had a child die of drug abuse.

Pigeon Forge Police Chief Jack Baldwin lost his son Brad to illegal drug abuse.

Now if these stupid fckers can't even keep the drugs abuse out of their own family and households just how to you expect these morons from keeping it out of yours? Wake up you fcking idiots.
Trip Advisor

Kodak, TN

#11 Sep 23, 2012
Stanley Voit and the Mt. Mess Comic Book will never tell you this but here is the harsh reality of Sevier County. Massive drug addiction fueled by the Sevier County Drug Cartel!

Whaley
Busha
Morton
Norton
Bozeman

These sons and daughters of some of Sevier County's most respected families are further proof, prosecutors say, of the epidemic that is prescription painkiller abuse.

Thirteen young people whose family names are, in many cases, legend in Sevier County for their positive contributions to the community Whaley, Morton, Busha, Bozeman, to name a few all face federal prison terms for their roles in a forged prescription pill ring that involved more than 16,000 of the powerfully addictive opiate drugs.

The ringleader, according to federal authorities, was Austin Frederick Busha, whose father is a prominent real-estate agent in Sevier County. He is headed to prison now for 188 months. The final recruit into the ring, Charles Bozeman III, whose father is a long-practicing and respected doctor in Sevierville, pleaded guilty Wednesday. He faces sentencing in January.

All were addicted to opiates. Most were in their late teens and early 20s. None are likely to escape prison terms.

Court records show Busha hatched a plan in November 2010 to create forged prescriptions using valid U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration codes assigned doctors to administer prescription drugs. The doctors at issue are not fully identified in court records, although a federal official confirmed Wednesday that Bozeman's father's code was not used.

They ordered prescription paper from a paper company and used computers to craft the fake prescriptions. Busha and girlfriend Angela Powers recruited the others in the conspiracy to pass the bogus prescriptions at pharmacies throughout Sevier County. They would split the spoils, using some of the pills and selling others, Assistant U.S. Attorney Cynthia Davidson said.

Bozeman was recruited in March 2011 to both provide blank prescription paper and craft faux prescriptions, Davidson said Wednesday. He wound up creating three in his own name and acquired 540 oxycodone pills as a result. That proved to be his downfall and, in part, the unraveling of the case, since he shares his doctor father's name.

A resulting investigation led to the indictment of the 13 in October 2011, records show.

The U.S. Attorney's Office has been ramping up its prosecution of pill-dealing networks, with indictments involving prescription painkillers now outpacing street drugs such as crack cocaine and marijuana, in what U.S. Attorney Bill Killian has said is an effort to crack down on the growing epidemic.

Do you sorry ass Stupid Baptist Bastard really think the Feds are here on Vacation fool. They are the ones busting you stupid scum. You can't control the problem!

Sheriff Ron Seals had a child die of drug abuse.

Pigeon Forge Police Chief Jack Baldwin lost his son Brad to illegal drug abuse.

Now if these stupid fckers can't even keep the drugs abuse out of their own family and households just how to you expect these morons from keeping it out of yours? Wake up you fcking idiots.
PSCSC

Kodak, TN

#15 Sep 23, 2012
RACHEL OSBORN is the latest voice of the Mt. Press Comic Book and Bird Cage Liner. She is a fcking liar! She will never tell you this or any truth for that matter!

Stanley Voit and the Mt. Mess Comic Book will never tell you this but here is the harsh reality of Sevier County. Massive drug addiction fueled by the Sevier County Drug Cartel!

Whaley
Busha
Morton
Norton
Bozeman

These sons and daughters of some of Sevier County's most respected families are further proof, prosecutors say, of the epidemic that is prescription painkiller abuse.

Thirteen young people whose family names are, in many cases, legend in Sevier County for their positive contributions to the community Whaley, Morton, Busha, Bozeman, to name a few all face federal prison terms for their roles in a forged prescription pill ring that involved more than 16,000 of the powerfully addictive opiate drugs.

The ringleader, according to federal authorities, was Austin Frederick Busha, whose father is a prominent real-estate agent in Sevier County. He is headed to prison now for 188 months. The final recruit into the ring, Charles Bozeman III, whose father is a long-practicing and respected doctor in Sevierville, pleaded guilty Wednesday. He faces sentencing in January.

All were addicted to opiates. Most were in their late teens and early 20s. None are likely to escape prison terms.

Court records show Busha hatched a plan in November 2010 to create forged prescriptions using valid U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration codes assigned doctors to administer prescription drugs. The doctors at issue are not fully identified in court records, although a federal official confirmed Wednesday that Bozeman's father's code was not used.

They ordered prescription paper from a paper company and used computers to craft the fake prescriptions. Busha and girlfriend Angela Powers recruited the others in the conspiracy to pass the bogus prescriptions at pharmacies throughout Sevier County. They would split the spoils, using some of the pills and selling others, Assistant U.S. Attorney Cynthia Davidson said.

Bozeman was recruited in March 2011 to both provide blank prescription paper and craft faux prescriptions, Davidson said Wednesday. He wound up creating three in his own name and acquired 540 oxycodone pills as a result. That proved to be his downfall and, in part, the unraveling of the case, since he shares his doctor father's name.

A resulting investigation led to the indictment of the 13 in October 2011, records show.

The U.S. Attorney's Office has been ramping up its prosecution of pill-dealing networks, with indictments involving prescription painkillers now outpacing street drugs such as crack cocaine and marijuana, in what U.S. Attorney Bill Killian has said is an effort to crack down on the growing epidemic.

Do you sorry ass Stupid Baptist Bastard really think the Feds are here on Vacation fool. They are the ones busting you stupid scum. You can't control the problem!

Sheriff Ron Seals had a child die of drug abuse.

Pigeon Forge Police Chief Jack Baldwin lost his son Brad to illegal drug abuse.

Now if these stupid fckers can't even keep the drugs abuse out of their own family and households just how to you expect these morons from keeping it out of yours? Wake up you fcking idiots
Norton

Eagleville, TN

#16 Sep 24, 2012
Did Tommy Norton get caught and is he going to jail?
Trip Advisor

Kodak, TN

#17 Sep 24, 2012
Mommy Linda (Morton) Norton paid off big time to keep his sorry Baptist Bastard ass out of jail. He was Gary Cate's pusher at the Great Smoky Mt. Craft-fair and Flea Market though.
RACHEL OSBORN

Kodak, TN

#18 Sep 24, 2012
Stanley Voit and the Mt. Mess Comic Book will never tell you this but here is the harsh reality of Sevier County. Massive drug addiction fueled by the Sevier County Drug Cartel!

Whaley
Busha
Morton
Norton
Bozeman

These sons and daughters of some of Sevier County's most respected families are further proof, prosecutors say, of the epidemic that is prescription painkiller abuse.

Thirteen young people whose family names are, in many cases, legend in Sevier County for their positive contributions to the community Whaley, Morton, Busha, Bozeman, to name a few all face federal prison terms for their roles in a forged prescription pill ring that involved more than 16,000 of the powerfully addictive opiate drugs.

The ringleader, according to federal authorities, was Austin Frederick Busha, whose father is a prominent real-estate agent in Sevier County. He is headed to prison now for 188 months. The final recruit into the ring, Charles Bozeman III, whose father is a long-practicing and respected doctor in Sevierville, pleaded guilty Wednesday. He faces sentencing in January.

All were addicted to opiates. Most were in their late teens and early 20s. None are likely to escape prison terms.

Court records show Busha hatched a plan in November 2010 to create forged prescriptions using valid U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration codes assigned doctors to administer prescription drugs. The doctors at issue are not fully identified in court records, although a federal official confirmed Wednesday that Bozeman's father's code was not used.

They ordered prescription paper from a paper company and used computers to craft the fake prescriptions. Busha and girlfriend Angela Powers recruited the others in the conspiracy to pass the bogus prescriptions at pharmacies throughout Sevier County. They would split the spoils, using some of the pills and selling others, Assistant U.S. Attorney Cynthia Davidson said.

Bozeman was recruited in March 2011 to both provide blank prescription paper and craft faux prescriptions, Davidson said Wednesday. He wound up creating three in his own name and acquired 540 oxycodone pills as a result. That proved to be his downfall and, in part, the unraveling of the case, since he shares his doctor father's name.

A resulting investigation led to the indictment of the 13 in October 2011, records show.

The U.S. Attorney's Office has been ramping up its prosecution of pill-dealing networks, with indictments involving prescription painkillers now outpacing street drugs such as crack cocaine and marijuana, in what U.S. Attorney Bill Killian has said is an effort to crack down on the growing epidemic.

Do you sorry ass Stupid Baptist Bastard really think the Feds are here on Vacation fool. They are the ones busting you stupid scum. You can't control the problem!

Sheriff Ron Seals had a child die of drug abuse.

Pigeon Forge Police Chief Jack Baldwin lost his son Brad to illegal drug abuse.

Now if these stupid fckers can't even keep the drugs abuse out of their own family and households just how to you expect these morons from keeping it out of yours? Wake up you fcking idiots.
RACHEL OSBORN

Kodak, TN

#19 Sep 24, 2012
Stanley Voit and the Mt. Mess Comic Book will never tell you this but here is the harsh reality of Sevier County. Massive drug addiction fueled by the Sevier County Drug Cartel!

Whaley
Busha
Morton
Norton
Bozeman

These sons and daughters of some of Sevier County's most respected families are further proof, prosecutors say, of the epidemic that is prescription painkiller abuse.

Thirteen young people whose family names are, in many cases, legend in Sevier County for their positive contributions to the community Whaley, Morton, Busha, Bozeman, to name a few all face federal prison terms for their roles in a forged prescription pill ring that involved more than 16,000 of the powerfully addictive opiate drugs.

The ringleader, according to federal authorities, was Austin Frederick Busha, whose father is a prominent real-estate agent in Sevier County. He is headed to prison now for 188 months. The final recruit into the ring, Charles Bozeman III, whose father is a long-practicing and respected doctor in Sevierville, pleaded guilty Wednesday. He faces sentencing in January.

All were addicted to opiates. Most were in their late teens and early 20s. None are likely to escape prison terms.

Court records show Busha hatched a plan in November 2010 to create forged prescriptions using valid U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration codes assigned doctors to administer prescription drugs. The doctors at issue are not fully identified in court records, although a federal official confirmed Wednesday that Bozeman's father's code was not used.

They ordered prescription paper from a paper company and used computers to craft the fake prescriptions. Busha and girlfriend Angela Powers recruited the others in the conspiracy to pass the bogus prescriptions at pharmacies throughout Sevier County. They would split the spoils, using some of the pills and selling others, Assistant U.S. Attorney Cynthia Davidson said.

Bozeman was recruited in March 2011 to both provide blank prescription paper and craft faux prescriptions, Davidson said Wednesday. He wound up creating three in his own name and acquired 540 oxycodone pills as a result. That proved to be his downfall and, in part, the unraveling of the case, since he shares his doctor father's name.

A resulting investigation led to the indictment of the 13 in October 2011, records show.

The U.S. Attorney's Office has been ramping up its prosecution of pill-dealing networks, with indictments involving prescription painkillers now outpacing street drugs such as crack cocaine and marijuana, in what U.S. Attorney Bill Killian has said is an effort to crack down on the growing epidemic.

Do you sorry ass Stupid Baptist Bastard really think the Feds are here on Vacation fool. They are the ones busting you stupid scum. You can't control the problem!

Sheriff Ron Seals had a child die of drug abuse.

Pigeon Forge Police Chief Jack Baldwin lost his son Brad to illegal drug abuse.

Now if these stupid fckers can't even keep the drugs abuse out of their own family and households just how to you expect these morons from keeping it out of yours? Wake up you fcking idiots.
Trip Advisor

Kodak, TN

#20 Sep 25, 2012
Do you sorry ass Stupid Baptist Bastard really think the Feds are here on Vacation fool. They are the ones busting you stupid scum. You can't control the problem!

Sheriff Ron Seals had a child die of drug abuse.

Pigeon Forge Police Chief Jack Baldwin lost his son Brad to illegal drug abuse.

Now if these stupid fckers can't even keep the drugs abuse out of their own family and households just how to you expect these morons from keeping it out of yours? Wake up you fcking idiots.

http://www.knoxnews.com/news/2012/sep/25/pain...
Trip Advisor

Kodak, TN

#21 Sep 26, 2012
Stanley Voit and the Mt. Mess Comic Book will never tell you this but here is the harsh reality of Sevier County. Massive drug addiction fueled by the Sevier County Drug Cartel!

Whaley
Busha
Morton
Norton
Bozeman

These sons and daughters of some of Sevier County's most respected families are further proof, prosecutors say, of the epidemic that is prescription painkiller abuse.

Thirteen young people whose family names are, in many cases, legend in Sevier County for their positive contributions to the community Whaley, Morton, Busha, Bozeman, to name a few all face federal prison terms for their roles in a forged prescription pill ring that involved more than 16,000 of the powerfully addictive opiate drugs.

The ringleader, according to federal authorities, was Austin Frederick Busha, whose father is a prominent real-estate agent in Sevier County. He is headed to prison now for 188 months. The final recruit into the ring, Charles Bozeman III, whose father is a long-practicing and respected doctor in Sevierville, pleaded guilty Wednesday. He faces sentencing in January.

All were addicted to opiates. Most were in their late teens and early 20s. None are likely to escape prison terms.

Court records show Busha hatched a plan in November 2010 to create forged prescriptions using valid U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration codes assigned doctors to administer prescription drugs. The doctors at issue are not fully identified in court records, although a federal official confirmed Wednesday that Bozeman's father's code was not used.

They ordered prescription paper from a paper company and used computers to craft the fake prescriptions. Busha and girlfriend Angela Powers recruited the others in the conspiracy to pass the bogus prescriptions at pharmacies throughout Sevier County. They would split the spoils, using some of the pills and selling others, Assistant U.S. Attorney Cynthia Davidson said.

Bozeman was recruited in March 2011 to both provide blank prescription paper and craft faux prescriptions, Davidson said Wednesday. He wound up creating three in his own name and acquired 540 oxycodone pills as a result. That proved to be his downfall and, in part, the unraveling of the case, since he shares his doctor father's name.

A resulting investigation led to the indictment of the 13 in October 2011, records show.

The U.S. Attorney's Office has been ramping up its prosecution of pill-dealing networks, with indictments involving prescription painkillers now outpacing street drugs such as crack cocaine and marijuana, in what U.S. Attorney Bill Killian has said is an effort to crack down on the growing epidemic.

Do you sorry ass Stupid Baptist Bastard really think the Feds are here on Vacation fool. They are the ones busting you stupid scum. You can't control the problem!

Sheriff Ron Seals had a child die of drug abuse.

Pigeon Forge Police Chief Jack Baldwin lost his son Brad to illegal drug abuse.

Now if these stupid fckers can't even keep the drugs abuse out of their own family and households just how to you expect these morons from keeping it out of yours? Wake up you fcking idiots.
Igottaknow

Strawberry Plains, TN

#22 Sep 26, 2012
Please out up how Norton was involved.
Trip Advisor

Kodak, TN

#23 Sep 26, 2012
Igottaknow wrote:
Please out up how Norton was involved.
Go talk to the Feds you fcking Baptist Piece of Shit. Tommy Norton Jr. was peddling drugs at the Baptist Bastard Sunday Morning Church Services at the Great Smoky Mt. Craft Fair and Flea Market in Kodak. That is why Evelyn Ogle left and left Charlie Atchley holding the bag.

Do you sorry ass Stupid Baptist Bastards really think the Feds are here on Vacation fool. They are the ones busting you stupid scum. You can't control the problem!

Sheriff Ron Seals had a child die of drug abuse.

Pigeon Forge Police Chief Jack Baldwin lost his son Brad to illegal drug abuse.

Now if these stupid fckers can't even keep the drugs abuse out of their own family and households just how to you expect these morons from keeping it out of yours? Wake up you fcking idiots.

Hiding the out of control dug problem will not make it go away you fcking stupid morons. You got 3 Feds living in Sevier County and file reports every week on all the shit that goes on.
PSCSC

Kodak, TN

#25 Sep 27, 2012
Do you sorry ass Stupid Baptist Bastard really think the Feds are here on Vacation fool. They are the ones busting you stupid scum. You can't control the problem!

Sheriff Ron Seals had a child die of drug abuse.

Pigeon Forge Police Chief Jack Baldwin lost his son Brad to illegal drug abuse.

Now if these stupid fckers can't even keep the drugs abuse out of their own family and households just how to you expect these morons from keeping it out of yours? Wake up you fcking idiots
RACHEL OSBORN

Strawberry Plains, TN

#26 Oct 1, 2012
RACHEL OSBORN is the latest voice of the Mt. Press Comic Book and Bird Cage Liner. She is a fcking liar! She will never tell you this or any truth for that matter!

Stanley Voit and the Mt. Mess Comic Book will never tell you this but here is the harsh reality of Sevier County. Massive drug addiction fueled by the Sevier County Drug Cartel!

Whaley
Busha
Morton
Norton
Bozeman

These sons and daughters of some of Sevier County's most respected families are further proof, prosecutors say, of the epidemic that is prescription painkiller abuse.

Thirteen young people whose family names are, in many cases, legend in Sevier County for their positive contributions to the community Whaley, Morton, Busha, Bozeman, to name a few all face federal prison terms for their roles in a forged prescription pill ring that involved more than 16,000 of the powerfully addictive opiate drugs.

The ringleader, according to federal authorities, was Austin Frederick Busha, whose father is a prominent real-estate agent in Sevier County. He is headed to prison now for 188 months. The final recruit into the ring, Charles Bozeman III, whose father is a long-practicing and respected doctor in Sevierville, pleaded guilty Wednesday. He faces sentencing in January.

All were addicted to opiates. Most were in their late teens and early 20s. None are likely to escape prison terms.

Court records show Busha hatched a plan in November 2010 to create forged prescriptions using valid U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration codes assigned doctors to administer prescription drugs. The doctors at issue are not fully identified in court records, although a federal official confirmed Wednesday that Bozeman's father's code was not used.

They ordered prescription paper from a paper company and used computers to craft the fake prescriptions. Busha and girlfriend Angela Powers recruited the others in the conspiracy to pass the bogus prescriptions at pharmacies throughout Sevier County. They would split the spoils, using some of the pills and selling others, Assistant U.S. Attorney Cynthia Davidson said.

Bozeman was recruited in March 2011 to both provide blank prescription paper and craft faux prescriptions, Davidson said Wednesday. He wound up creating three in his own name and acquired 540 oxycodone pills as a result. That proved to be his downfall and, in part, the unraveling of the case, since he shares his doctor father's name.

A resulting investigation led to the indictment of the 13 in October 2011, records show.

The U.S. Attorney's Office has been ramping up its prosecution of pill-dealing networks, with indictments involving prescription painkillers now outpacing street drugs such as crack cocaine and marijuana, in what U.S. Attorney Bill Killian has said is an effort to crack down on the growing epidemic.

Do you sorry ass Stupid Baptist Bastard really think the Feds are here on Vacation fool. They are the ones busting you stupid scum. You can't control the problem!

Sheriff Ron Seals had a child die of drug abuse.

Pigeon Forge Police Chief Jack Baldwin lost his son Brad to illegal drug abuse.

Now if these stupid fckers can't even keep the drugs abuse out of their own family and households just how to you expect these morons from keeping it out of yours? Wake up you fcking idiots
RACHEL OSBORN

Strawberry Plains, TN

#27 Oct 3, 2012
Stanley Voit and the Mt. Mess Comic Book will never tell you this but here is the harsh reality of Sevier County. Massive drug addiction fueled by the Sevier County Drug Cartel!

Whaley
Busha
Morton
Norton
Bozeman

These sons and daughters of some of Sevier County's most respected families are further proof, prosecutors say, of the epidemic that is prescription painkiller abuse.

Thirteen young people whose family names are, in many cases, legend in Sevier County for their positive contributions to the community Whaley, Morton, Busha, Bozeman, to name a few all face federal prison terms for their roles in a forged prescription pill ring that involved more than 16,000 of the powerfully addictive opiate drugs.

The ringleader, according to federal authorities, was Austin Frederick Busha, whose father is a prominent real-estate agent in Sevier County. He is headed to prison now for 188 months. The final recruit into the ring, Charles Bozeman III, whose father is a long-practicing and respected doctor in Sevierville, pleaded guilty Wednesday. He faces sentencing in January.

All were addicted to opiates. Most were in their late teens and early 20s. None are likely to escape prison terms.

Court records show Busha hatched a plan in November 2010 to create forged prescriptions using valid U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration codes assigned doctors to administer prescription drugs. The doctors at issue are not fully identified in court records, although a federal official confirmed Wednesday that Bozeman's father's code was not used.

They ordered prescription paper from a paper company and used computers to craft the fake prescriptions. Busha and girlfriend Angela Powers recruited the others in the conspiracy to pass the bogus prescriptions at pharmacies throughout Sevier County. They would split the spoils, using some of the pills and selling others, Assistant U.S. Attorney Cynthia Davidson said.

Bozeman was recruited in March 2011 to both provide blank prescription paper and craft faux prescriptions, Davidson said Wednesday. He wound up creating three in his own name and acquired 540 oxycodone pills as a result. That proved to be his downfall and, in part, the unraveling of the case, since he shares his doctor father's name.

A resulting investigation led to the indictment of the 13 in October 2011, records show.

The U.S. Attorney's Office has been ramping up its prosecution of pill-dealing networks, with indictments involving prescription painkillers now outpacing street drugs such as crack cocaine and marijuana, in what U.S. Attorney Bill Killian has said is an effort to crack down on the growing epidemic.

Do you sorry ass Stupid Baptist Bastard really think the Feds are here on Vacation fool. They are the ones busting you stupid scum. You can't control the problem!

Sheriff Ron Seals had a child die of drug abuse.

Pigeon Forge Police Chief Jack Baldwin lost his son Brad to illegal drug abuse.

Now if these stupid fckers can't even keep the drugs abuse out of their own family and households just how to you expect these morons from keeping it out of yours? Wake up you fcking idiots.
PSCSC

Kodak, TN

#28 Oct 6, 2012
Stanley Voit and the Mt. Mess Comic Book will never tell you this but here is the harsh reality of Sevier County. Massive drug addiction fueled by the Sevier County Drug Cartel!

Whaley
Busha
Morton
Norton
Bozeman

These sons and daughters of some of Sevier County's most respected families are further proof, prosecutors say, of the epidemic that is prescription painkiller abuse.

Thirteen young people whose family names are, in many cases, legend in Sevier County for their positive contributions to the community Whaley, Morton, Busha, Bozeman, to name a few all face federal prison terms for their roles in a forged prescription pill ring that involved more than 16,000 of the powerfully addictive opiate drugs.

The ringleader, according to federal authorities, was Austin Frederick Busha, whose father is a prominent real-estate agent in Sevier County. He is headed to prison now for 188 months. The final recruit into the ring, Charles Bozeman III, whose father is a long-practicing and respected doctor in Sevierville, pleaded guilty Wednesday. He faces sentencing in January.

All were addicted to opiates. Most were in their late teens and early 20s. None are likely to escape prison terms.

Court records show Busha hatched a plan in November 2010 to create forged prescriptions using valid U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration codes assigned doctors to administer prescription drugs. The doctors at issue are not fully identified in court records, although a federal official confirmed Wednesday that Bozeman's father's code was not used.

They ordered prescription paper from a paper company and used computers to craft the fake prescriptions. Busha and girlfriend Angela Powers recruited the others in the conspiracy to pass the bogus prescriptions at pharmacies throughout Sevier County. They would split the spoils, using some of the pills and selling others, Assistant U.S. Attorney Cynthia Davidson said.

Bozeman was recruited in March 2011 to both provide blank prescription paper and craft faux prescriptions, Davidson said Wednesday. He wound up creating three in his own name and acquired 540 oxycodone pills as a result. That proved to be his downfall and, in part, the unraveling of the case, since he shares his doctor father's name.

A resulting investigation led to the indictment of the 13 in October 2011, records show.

The U.S. Attorney's Office has been ramping up its prosecution of pill-dealing networks, with indictments involving prescription painkillers now outpacing street drugs such as crack cocaine and marijuana, in what U.S. Attorney Bill Killian has said is an effort to crack down on the growing epidemic.

Do you sorry ass Stupid Baptist Bastard really think the Feds are here on Vacation fool. They are the ones busting you stupid scum. You can't control the problem!

Sheriff Ron Seals had a child die of drug abuse.

Pigeon Forge Police Chief Jack Baldwin lost his son Brad to illegal drug abuse.

Now if these stupid fckers can't even keep the drugs abuse out of their own family and households just how to you expect these morons from keeping it out of yours? Wake up you fcking idiots
RACHEL OSBORN

Kodak, TN

#29 Oct 12, 2012
SEVIERVILLE (WATE)- Two Sevier County men were arrested Thursday after officers found narcotics in their car during a traffic stop.

The Sevier County Sheriff said a traffic officer stopped David Cushman, 42, of Gatlinburg and Timothy Uner, 49, of Sevierville around 10:00 a.m. on Chapman Highway at Shiloh Church Road on a seat belt violation.

Officers then discovered the driver had an active warrant for violating probation in Sevier County.

Officers then searched the car and found Hydrocodone, Hydromorphone, Alprazolam, Xanax, Valium, and Dilaudid along with a pistol,$1546 in cash and drug paraphernalia.

They also found several unfilled prescriptions and appointment cards from doctors and pain clinics in the region.

The two men were arrested and officers seized the items and the car.

Cushman was charged with eight counts of possession of a Schedule II narcotics with intent to resell, unlawful possession of a firearm, and possession of drug paraphernalia.

Uner was charged with one count of intent to resell narcotics, drug paraphernalia and probation violation charges.

Both men were transported to Sevier County Jail where they were arraigned before a magistrate.

Cushman is being held without bond. Uner is free after posting a $3,000 bond.

The pair will be in court on Nov. 9.

Do you sorry ass Stupid Baptist Bastard really think the Feds are here on Vacation fool. They are the ones busting you stupid scum. You can't control the problem!

Sheriff Ron Seals had a child die of drug abuse.

Pigeon Forge Police Chief Jack Baldwin lost his son Brad to illegal drug abuse.

Now if these stupid fckers can't even keep the drugs abuse out of their own family and households just how to you expect these morons from keeping it out of yours? Wake up you fcking idiots

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Sevier County Discussions

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Big Problem for Sevier County Public Safety (Apr '14) Apr 12 justice for Tyveon 5
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hi Mar '15 Kaer 1
commets Mar '15 Sam Kethcum 2
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truth spilled Mar '15 albert kennedy jr 2
truth decay Mar '15 Julius 1
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