Police raid alleged cocaine syndicate

Police raid alleged cocaine syndicate

There are 81 comments on the The Indianapolis Star story from Aug 14, 2007, titled Police raid alleged cocaine syndicate. In it, The Indianapolis Star reports that:

An investigation of cocaine dealing on the Near Westside ended today with a series of drug raids by police and federal agents.

Join the discussion below, or Read more at The Indianapolis Star.

Legalize Murder

Posen, IL

#28 Aug 14, 2007
woohoo!!! meanwhile all our property taxes are going to have to raised in order to keep these oh so terrible people in prison while they get 3 hots and cot and all the medical care they want. LOL! and while they are in prison they are going to be introduced to murders and learn so many new criminal skills. i cant wait till indiana has over 2 million people behind bars and they all link together. it would be awesome to have 2 million murders on out streets. with 2 million people who can vote to legalize murder. because once your out of incarceration you can vote. it would be the greatest thing in this world if all felons and convicts joined forces and created a new militia. help legalize murder today!!!
End the War

AOL

#29 Aug 14, 2007
PissedOFF wrote:
http://www.washingtontimes.com /article/20070814/NATION/10814 0073/1001
Drug cartel-terrorist ties known in 2001
By Sara A. Carter
August 14, 2007
Legalize it then, and the money's gone immediately.
Karnak

Washington, DC

#30 Aug 14, 2007
WAKE UP PEOPLE! The reason these fu*ckers were able to deal for so long is because of the protection they received from the cops. We don't need more cops we need to get rid of the corrupt ones. Which happens to be the majority of them. If you disagree, think about all the cops you've seen use their red lights to run a light when you know darn well they are not on a run. Or all the cops you've seen speeding. I paced a county car just the other day doing 90+ mph as he continued to pull away from me, only to catch up to him 5 miles down the road talking to a buddy. I'm not against cops, just the system that allows them to think they are above the law.
info

United States

#32 Aug 14, 2007
http://www.wthr.com/Global/story.asp...

THIS LINK HAS THE NAMES OF THE PEOPLE ARRESTED
Karnak

Washington, DC

#35 Aug 14, 2007
Mad In Indy wrote:
If he is guilty, he DOES NOT REPRESENT THE MAJORITY OF IMPD OFFICERS!!!!
If he's a cop he dam*n sure does! He represents all law enforcement.
getthefactsfirst

Vermilion, OH

#36 Aug 14, 2007
Don Imus wrote:
WTHR repoted that one of those arrested was an IMPD officer, but of course the Star isn't going to mention this.
Get your facts straight, this is from WTHR's website.
"One of them was the home of Marion County Special Deputy Darrell Greer, who was arrested for possessing drug paraphernalia. Eyewitness News also learned that another man taken into custody is the roommate of a Metro police officer."

So, the 'officer' arrested was a Marion County Special Deputy, which with all the other corruption going on shouldn't surprise us. Secondly, an IMPD officer was not arrested, though apparently had a listed suspect as a room mate.(Not that that's much better)
RyRy

Sarasota, FL

#37 Aug 14, 2007
$100 a gram? Thats price goudging!!
Who is running Indy

United States

#39 Aug 14, 2007
a bunch of afro americans...hey where is Jesse Jackson ...how come he's not protesting on the streets that his afro american males are drug dealers.
Double down

Indianapolis, IN

#40 Aug 14, 2007
Legalize Murder wrote:
KILL THE PIGS!!!! LOL!!
Sounds like you need to double down on the Prozac
The more you speak

Indianapolis, IN

#41 Aug 14, 2007
Karnak wrote:
WAKE UP PEOPLE! The reason these fu*ckers were able to deal for so long is because of the protection they received from the cops. We don't need more cops we need to get rid of the corrupt ones. Which happens to be the majority of them. If you disagree, think about all the cops you've seen use their red lights to run a light when you know darn well they are not on a run. Or all the cops you've seen speeding. I paced a county car just the other day doing 90+ mph as he continued to pull away from me, only to catch up to him 5 miles down the road talking to a buddy. I'm not against cops, just the system that allows them to think they are above the law.
The more you speak, the more people can empathize with the police.

You see, most reasonable people see you for the a-hole loser you are and they feel bad for the cops for having to deal with you and people like you.

Keep up all the "I hate cops" remarks. It just makes the public support the police more.

Sincerely,

Not a cop
Andy

United States

#42 Aug 14, 2007
Comparing a police officer who speeds to one who aids and abets a cocaine syndicate is one of the most moronic things I have ever heard. Time to leave mom's basement and experience the real world.
Karnak wrote:
WAKE UP PEOPLE! The reason these fu*ckers were able to deal for so long is because of the protection they received from the cops. We don't need more cops we need to get rid of the corrupt ones. Which happens to be the majority of them. If you disagree, think about all the cops you've seen use their red lights to run a light when you know darn well they are not on a run. Or all the cops you've seen speeding. I paced a county car just the other day doing 90+ mph as he continued to pull away from me, only to catch up to him 5 miles down the road talking to a buddy. I'm not against cops, just the system that allows them to think they are above the law.
JAM

West Newton, IN

#43 Aug 14, 2007
Legalize Murder wrote:
it would be so funny if russia and china teamed up nuked this country. and if they invaded this country and just started executing people on site. it would be hilirious. HAHAHAHAHA
..it sure would, & you would be first in line. what, L.M., you're not laughing...why?...
Wasting Dollars

Pleasant Prairie, WI

#44 Aug 14, 2007
Ok...so do the feds think they really did something?
I guarantee for all the people they locked up, there are hundreds ready to take thier prospective places. Why? They are going after the wrong people.
Do they honestly think that someone who wants to use cocaine is not going to get it? Where are they going to get it from? The next dealer in line. So instead of going after the dealers, go after the addicts because they are the one's supplying th demand for the stuff.
I'm sick of my tax dollars being wasted like this.
YUP

Pleasant Prairie, WI

#45 Aug 14, 2007
Lock em UP wrote:
a bunch of afro americans...hey where is Jesse Jackson ...how come he's not protesting on the streets that his afro american males are drug dealers.
And they probably had more money than you could ever dream.

Guaranteed.

Don't hate the player, hate the game. They wouldn't sell drugs if it weren't so easy to do, and if there wasn't a demand for it.
seneca

San Francisco, CA

#46 Aug 14, 2007
X-hooosier wrote:
who cares why the police busted the drug dealing scumb bag's! their off the street's for a while, hopefully life! drug dealer's are rated up there with child molesters, rapest and murders. if you people feel any different then maybe you should re-evaluate your priorities in life.
retired cop
yep that 70 year war on drugs sure does work huh gramps
YUP

Pleasant Prairie, WI

#47 Aug 14, 2007
KATRINA wrote:
WHATS THE NAMES ON THE CONVICTS ON THE DRUG TRAFFICING.
Indictment #1:

ROY LAMPKIN, a/k/a "Baby Boy", a/k/a "Unc", 27, Indianapolis (in custody)
TERRELL TURNLEY, a/k/a "Talls", 30, Indianapolis (previously in state custody)
JAMAEL CARTER, a/k/a "Gar", 25, Indianapolis (in custody)
ANTONIO HARDIN, a/k/a "Loc", 29, Indianapolis (in custody)
ANTWAN SHACKELFORD, a/k/a "Shack", 27, Indianapolis (in custody)
SHERIDAN SISK, a/k/a "Bossy", 25, Indianapolis (in custody)
WILLIE STOTT, a/k/a "Meat", 27, Indianapolis (in custody)
JARVIS WATSON, a/k/a "Jarhead", a/k/a "Bo", 21, Indianapolis
JAMARR GAINES, a/k/a "Omar", 26, Indianapolis
Indictment #2:

EARL ALLEN, a/k/a "E", 32, Indianapolis (in custody)
DAVID LEE HARRINGTON, 30, Indianapolis
LARRY WILLIAMS, a/k/a ""Elbow", 28, Indianapolis
MARIO ADAMS, a/k/a "Bubba", 26, Indianapolis
DEMARCUS GARNER, a/k/a "CoCo", 29, Indianapolis (previously in state custody)
JERMAINE JOHNSON, a/k/a "Main", 24 (in custody)
DEWON WILSON, a/k/a "Cortez", 31, Indianapolis
ERIC GARNER, a/k/a "Mackbone", 31, Indianapolis (previously in state custody)
GARY McMILLER, 40, Indianapolis
JONATHAN FURR, a/k/a "Elo", 26, Indianapolis
CHRISTOPHER SMITH, a/k/a "Cool Breeze", 23, Indianapolis (previously in state custody)
DAWAN CALHOUN, a/k/a "Valdez", 28, Indianapolis

The following individuals were charged with state drug offenses:

JASON ABSTON, a/k/a "Jay, 35 (in custody)
GIONNI BEBLEY, 27
DAVID BLADES, 34
ALICIA BURDEN, 23
ALEXANDER CASH, a/k/a "Credit", 45 (previously in state custody)
WILMER COLE, 36 (in custody)
NATHANIEL HARDIN, a/k/a "Black", a/k/a "Tan", 26
KEITH HARDY, 26
BRANDON HAYES, a/k/a "B", 24
TOSHAWN HINTON, a/k/a "Sin", 20
ANTJUAN JEFFERSON, a/k/a "Twan", 23
STEVEN LEWIS, a/k/a "Rat Boy", 29 (in custody)
COURTNEY LONG, a/k/a Jamal", 21 (in custody)
DEANDRE MAJOR, a/k/a "Fat-Life", 24 (previously in state custody)
ANTHONY MASON, a/k/a "Ant", 30
LONTRELL MILLIGAN, a/k/a Milk Man" 23 (in custody)
JOSEPH MODESITT, a/k/a "White Boy Joe", 21
KEENAN ROLLERSON, a/k/a "Bird", 19 (previously in state custody)
STEVE SCRUGGS, 51
JAMES SUBLETT, a/k/a "Jizzle", 27 (in custody)
RIONDAL TAYLOR, a/k/a "Ron", 26 (in custody)
ANTWAN WATKINS, a/k/a "Twan", 27
CAMERON WILLIAMS, a/k/a "Killer", 19
DESMOND WILLIAMS, a/k/a "Tink", 26
DEBORAH

Indianapolis, IN

#50 Aug 14, 2007
THANK THE LORD
Don Imus

AOL

#51 Aug 14, 2007
X-hooosier wrote:
who cares why the police busted the drug dealing scumb bag's! their off the street's for a while, hopefully life! drug dealer's are rated up there with child molesters, rapest and murders. if you people feel any different then maybe you should re-evaluate your priorities in life.
retired cop
With all of the scumb bags, child molesters, rapIsts, and murderes off the streets, no wonder Indy is such a safe haven for crime. The IMPD wants all of the action for itself.
Don Imus

AOL

#52 Aug 14, 2007
Mad In Indy wrote:
<quoted text>
Well, actually, it was a MCSD SPECIAL DEPUTY. They stated that the special's room mate was an IMPD reserve officer. Now I don't know how a room mate couldn't know that the other was a crack dealer....but this is just another indication of the special deputies being hired by MCSD. With in the last year alone, we had one shoot and kill his girlfriend, another shoot at his girlfriend, and now a crack dealer! Way to go Frank Anderson! Your special deputy "buddy's" are first rate. It makes you wonder if other agencies can even let the MCSD in on what they are investigating....seeing that those specials over there are the ones involved in the crime! Same for the IMPD officer. If he is guilty, he DOES NOT REPRESENT THE MAJORITY OF IMPD OFFICERS!!!!
Get off of your high horse. The IMPD officer does so represent the majority of his "brothas," just like a pedophilic priest represents off of roman catholicism. A bad apple is a bad apple because the environment he/she exists in allows him/her to rot. EVERYONE is guilty, you douche.
Street cop

Indianapolis, IN

#54 Aug 14, 2007
YUP wrote:
<quoted text>
And they probably had more money than you could ever dream.
Guaranteed.
Don't hate the player, hate the game. They wouldn't sell drugs if it weren't so easy to do, and if there wasn't a demand for it.
Sorry, you watch too much MTV. Flashy cars yes. Flashy clothes yes. Thats about it. I was in their homes today, were you? They are not nice. Dirty, filthy, and love those cockroaches. Tony Montana they are not. Its all about the flash. Try a dose of reality

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