2 arrested on drug charges arraigned

2 arrested on drug charges arraigned

There are 5 comments on the WPTZ-TV Plattsburgh story from Oct 11, 2013, titled 2 arrested on drug charges arraigned. In it, WPTZ-TV Plattsburgh reports that:

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Concerned for Keeseville

Old Forge, NY

#1 Oct 14, 2013
"Police arrested 43-year-old Eric C. Parrish and his stepson 23-year-old Christopher C. Smith.

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This certainly doesn't shock me or many others from Keeseville. The two men have been driving around Keeseville for years in the white van.

We all knew what they were doing.

If you see something, suspect something or know give info, plates and people involved then call NYS Police NARCO Unit in Ray Brook. They do listen and do their job. Often time a slower process than we would like to see.

The Mobil station watching from the post office or close by watching all the dealers go in there and from there and buy anything. So we think.

Way to go. Get the rest of them. Throw the book at them and not a hand slap and keep them off our streets!

Johnstown, NY

#2 Oct 23, 2013
100% true Everyone complains but no one wants to get involved, Keeseville would be a nice town if the people would get involved.

Old Forge, NY

#3 Oct 23, 2013
One of the problems is not getting involved, it's the fact the cops turn them all to snitches, giving names, places, etc. and then releasing them right back to Keeseville. Do you see any major bust which actually give us a true cleanup???? Hell no.
It's let's make a deal...Monty Hall come on down. The cops actually do get a few good arrest and then crap...you see them right back on the street. Is this the D.A., is it the detectives, who the hell is at the bottom of all the releases???? Start there, another area where citizens have no say. Take em' and keep em'. Keeps the lawyers, DA, detectives, cops, courts, bail bonds men, all in business this is why. Good business for the state.

Johnstown, NY

#4 Oct 23, 2013
That's totally true it's NYS giving more rights to the lawless and less to the law abiding people. The State Police are tried of this bull, lock them up and they get out that night or the next day. Look at Paul Taylor ror'd on first charge, then arrested again and ror'd again, then Murder No Bail, but it too late.

Melbourne, FL

#5 Oct 30, 2013
It was john gotti

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