Traffic stop leads to drug arrests

Traffic stop leads to drug arrests

There are 6 comments on the Palladium-Item story from Apr 13, 2010, titled Traffic stop leads to drug arrests. In it, Palladium-Item reports that:

WHITEWATER, Ind. -- A routine traffic stop in Franklin County resulted in two felony drug arrests Sunday evening.

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Real Truth

Dallas, TX

#1 Apr 18, 2010
Wonder if he worked for Dave Omara?
Lets Go Riot

Indianapolis, IN

#2 Apr 19, 2010
This seems to be the number 1 problem this county has as far as the people that take drugs and sell them for a profit with people coming in from other areas to sell there drugs?

Meth labs are a main concern in this county and should be shut down It's a real problem out in the country with not to many people around to report the the abuse and harm It does to everyone and property?

QUOTE THE RIOT
Bville buddy

Milford, MA

#3 Apr 20, 2010
Lets Go Riot wrote:
This seems to be the number 1 problem this county has as far as the people that take drugs and sell them for a profit with people coming in from other areas to sell there drugs?
Meth labs are a main concern in this county and should be shut down It's a real problem out in the country with not to many people around to report the the abuse and harm It does to everyone and property?
QUOTE THE RIOT
I have a nephew who has gotten addicted to this stuff and its killing him. He is sitting in jail as I write this. Sadly I am actually hoping they send him away for awhile as I see it as the only chance he has to ever break free of the hold it has on him.:(
Watching

Chicago, IL

#4 Aug 25, 2010
Or.... do they work for Anchor Glass
more freedom

Toledo, OH

#5 Jan 1, 2013
The War on drugs is working about as good as Prohibition worked on Alcohol!! As long as the demand is there for a product even if its illegal, all criminalizing it will do is make criminals rich. The same will happen with guns if they start banning many types or repeal the second amendment. Gun lords, Drug lords just like Capone and all the blood shed during prohibition.
prepper

United States

#6 Jan 22, 2013
more freedom wrote:
The War on drugs is working about as good as Prohibition worked on Alcohol!! As long as the demand is there for a product even if its illegal, all criminalizing it will do is make criminals rich. The same will happen with guns if they start banning many types or repeal the second amendment. Gun lords, Drug lords just like Capone and all the blood shed during prohibition.
watched a speical about drugs on the mexican border. For every illegal drug shipment seized officials estimated 40 get through. As loong as their is demand the supply will be their. Bet the criminal drugs runniers can't wait to see what Guns Obama bans and how much illegal money can be made. Drug War= Fail, Prohibition=fail now they want to ban guns from law abiding citizens. The war on guns is next and will bring violence like we have never seen. God help us as the criminals find a bloody new black market

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