Jackson man arrested on multiple drug...

Jackson man arrested on multiple drug charges

There are 8 comments on the Examiner.com story from Jan 11, 2013, titled Jackson man arrested on multiple drug charges. In it, Examiner.com reports that:

A Jackson man is facing multiple charges after a search warrant led officers to mushroom plants, marijuana buds and other drugs inside the man's home Wednesday.

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#1 Jan 11, 2013
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Jackson, TN

#2 Jan 25, 2013
lol mushroom plant?
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Lexington, TN

#3 Jan 25, 2013
I heard the police entered his home without a warrant and forcibly removed him saying that they smelled marijuana growing outside the house. When they got the warrant based on live marijuana smell, they found the drugs which did not include any growing marijuana. Guess he will probably get a good lawyer and fight it out in court. Not sure if they had a dog or not. Sounds like some major BS to me.
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Lexington, TN

#4 Jan 26, 2013
the news said they had a crime stoppers tip which is really sad. that means somebody who he knows turned him in and that's probably the real problem. which will probably give them the cause they needed for the search and arrest. it's bs that they took his car and property when he has a job.
Legalize it wrote:
I heard the police entered his home without a warrant and forcibly removed him saying that they smelled marijuana growing outside the house. When they got the warrant based on live marijuana smell, they found the drugs which did not include any growing marijuana. Guess he will probably get a good lawyer and fight it out in court. Not sure if they had a dog or not. Sounds like some major BS to me.
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Lexington, TN

#5 Jan 26, 2013
I think what is really frightening is that if the police can enter inside your residence without a warrant, they then created the circumstances to enter the home with a judge's consent after the fact. Seems if they are sniffing around someone's house inside or outside ( with or without a K9 unit ) a warrantless search has already been performed. If a credible witness had given a sworn statement, the officers would have had a warrant in the first place. If the officers swore that they smelled marijuana growing, they need to find some growing. Looks like the perfect way to exploit one's constitutional right to privacy.
As far as property forfeiture goes, they also have the right in Tennessee to stop a motorist and take all the cash that individual has without an arrest. It becomes the burden of the citizen, not the state, to file a petition and prove in court that the money was not drug money.
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Lexington, TN

#6 Jan 26, 2013
it is frightening for sure. but it's a fact that happens every day that an allegation is all it takes. they claim they have a crimestoppers tip not a signed statement and apparently they really did have information or they wouldn't have been there to begin with. and it's true they do create the circumstances and it's their word against the offender right or wrong. our constitutional rights go out the window every day, they know every trick around it. I do hope he gets his property back. Have you heard how he's doing? He seemed like such a nice guy but I haven't seen him in awhile.
Legalize it wrote:
I think what is really frightening is that if the police can enter inside your residence without a warrant, they then created the circumstances to enter the home with a judge's consent after the fact. Seems if they are sniffing around someone's house inside or outside ( with or without a K9 unit ) a warrantless search has already been performed. If a credible witness had given a sworn statement, the officers would have had a warrant in the first place. If the officers swore that they smelled marijuana growing, they need to find some growing. Looks like the perfect way to exploit one's constitutional right to privacy.
As far as property forfeiture goes, they also have the right in Tennessee to stop a motorist and take all the cash that individual has without an arrest. It becomes the burden of the citizen, not the state, to file a petition and prove in court that the money was not drug money.
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Lexington, TN

#7 Jan 26, 2013
I spoke with him recently and he does have an attorney and when I mentioned the heroin use brought up on this site, he just laughed. I find it ironic that as much pot and shrooms as he had, he is very much against meth, cocaine and heroin use as well as drug and alcohol abuse by minors.
guest

Lexington, TN

#8 Jan 26, 2013
thanks, I really hated to hear this happened to him. He really is a nice guy and he is NOT a dopehead. I'm pretty sure he wouldn't condone the other drugs you mentioned and I do not believe he helps his daugher get drugs in any way. Hope he gets his car and stuff back and hope this doesn't cause him to lose his job.
Legalize it wrote:
I spoke with him recently and he does have an attorney and when I mentioned the heroin use brought up on this site, he just laughed. I find it ironic that as much pot and shrooms as he had, he is very much against meth, cocaine and heroin use as well as drug and alcohol abuse by minors.

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