Attorney General Corbett announces 41...

Attorney General Corbett announces 41 Erie drug arrests linked to $5...

There are 67 comments on the PA Office of Attorney General Press RSS Feed story from Oct 22, 2009, titled Attorney General Corbett announces 41 Erie drug arrests linked to $5.... In it, PA Office of Attorney General Press RSS Feed reports that:

Attorney General Tom Corbett today announced that agents from the Attorney General's Bureau of Narcotics Investigation, assisted by local police officers from across Erie County and the Pennsylvania State Police, are in the process of arresting 41 suspects linked to a nearly $5 million drug organization operating in and around Erie.

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jaili

United States

#2 Oct 23, 2009
great job to all involved in the erie drug bust. I am really proud of our enforcement people making the effort of cleaning our streets in erie up making a safer enviroment for us and our kids. IT'S BOUT TIME THEY ALL GOT BUSTED, THEY BEEN AT IT FOR YEARS......H A P P Y A S H E C K!!!!!!!!
C O N G R A T S T O ERIE LAW OFFICERS.

proud erie resident
LEE

United States

#3 Oct 23, 2009
GO ERIE, GREAT JOB. CONTINUE TO CLEAN UP ERIE, IT WILL MAKE ERIE A BETTER AND SAFER PLACE TO LIVE. PROUD PROUD PROUD PROUD PROUD. GREAT JOB
mari

United States

#4 Oct 23, 2009
now what, to all those thugs out there, watchout u will be next and hope it soon. go erie get them all. great job...........its time we get our streets back.
Bob Oppenheimer

Edison, NJ

#5 Oct 23, 2009
Don't stop now !
good job

Erie, PA

#6 Oct 23, 2009
Thank you for helping make Erie a better place! They need to be off the streets. Keep up the good work.
Observer1

Erie, PA

#7 Oct 23, 2009
I wonder how many "Spotlight TV" stars are in this group?
chad

Cincinnati, OH

#8 Oct 23, 2009
Was it the right thing to do. i mean were in a reccession right now and people are not spending money to stimulate. exept for dealers that is. money money money. baggys, gas to deliver, more restraunts to eat at, tobacco products bought more, more junk food for the user, big dealers buying houses and cars and such . legilize pot . go get the haroine dealers
Paul

Erie, PA

#9 Oct 23, 2009
chad wrote:
Was it the right thing to do. i mean were in a reccession right now and people are not spending money to stimulate. exept for dealers that is. money money money. baggys, gas to deliver, more restraunts to eat at, tobacco products bought more, more junk food for the user, big dealers buying houses and cars and such . legilize pot . go get the haroine dealers
Maybe the people who buy dope can spend it on paying bills, being responble and taking care of their kids the credit crunch is the next crisis.
harvey

Lexington, KY

#10 Oct 23, 2009
Hey Paul, for once I agree with you. But it's OUR money they are spending, those bums are on welfare, food stamps, ect freebies. They still will NOT take any responsiblity for their own spawn, as they don't give a rats ass what their kids do. They are too busy making more kids, and beating the shit out of each other or making trouble.
Its Me

Stow, OH

#11 Oct 23, 2009
Its funny how much is still out there though. Why don't the police just go to lower west around 2nd and 4th street? Starlight area, and MLKJ Center area My grandmother lives down there and I drive there every day.. it seems I'm always being held up in the middle of the street so a couple of thugs can trade shoe boxes with the car or "blue truck" in front of me. All the police need to do is give me a job and i swear i can bust plenty of dealers. If anyone knows how a 22 yr old can join the force could you please email [email protected]
Toots

Erie, PA

#12 Oct 23, 2009
Hey, where has Becky been lately? No comments from her. I would think she'd jump on this one.
Paranoia Princess

Temecula, CA

#13 Oct 23, 2009
Toots wrote:
Hey, where has Becky been lately? No comments from her. I would think she'd jump on this one.
Peeking through the curtains to see who's coming up the driveway.
Toots

Erie, PA

#14 Oct 23, 2009
That's not exactly what I ment but it's funny.
Paranoia Princess wrote:
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Peeking through the curtains to see who's coming up the driveway.
Mark Twain

Temecula, CA

#15 Oct 23, 2009
Forty one, now that's a good start!
AFF

Kittanning, PA

#16 Oct 23, 2009
Paranoia Princess wrote:
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Peeking through the curtains to see who's coming up the driveway.
I am LMFAO at that!
Good one
John

Edinboro, PA

#17 Oct 23, 2009
Alot of those people on that list were recreational users facing alot of high charges. Not everyone who smokes pot is a thug. Stop kidding yourself. If this was such a "dirty street" takedown i wonder why they didnt find any guns, weapons, other operations, etc.

There were a few on there that deserve what they get but not everyone. Its like they went after one big dealer/pusher, and busted everyone smalltime that ever tried pot or coke before. Not major.
anon

Stow, OH

#18 Oct 23, 2009
John wrote:
Alot of those people on that list were recreational users facing alot of high charges. Not everyone who smokes pot is a thug. Stop kidding yourself. If this was such a "dirty street" takedown i wonder why they didnt find any guns, weapons, other operations, etc.
There were a few on there that deserve what they get but not everyone. Its like they went after one big dealer/pusher, and busted everyone smalltime that ever tried pot or coke before. Not major.
How about the other profiteers in the drug trade? Everyone involved in the consumer goods purchased by the illicit money is happy to have it . Realtors collect legit commissions on property purchases no matter where the money comes from. You could create a list as long as your arm of the law abiding people on the sidelines who are happy to have these cash cows frequent their "legitimate" businesses.
LEAP

Erie, PA

#19 Oct 23, 2009
John wrote:
Alot of those people on that list were recreational users facing alot of high charges. Not everyone who smokes pot is a thug. Stop kidding yourself. If this was such a "dirty street" takedown i wonder why they didnt find any guns, weapons, other operations, etc.
There were a few on there that deserve what they get but not everyone. Its like they went after one big dealer/pusher, and busted everyone smalltime that ever tried pot or coke before. Not major.
He arrested 10 real criminals and destroyed the lives of 30+ people who deserve no more than a fine and little probation. All so he can get his name in the headlines. I hope that prick doesn't make governor on name recognition.
harley

Albany, NY

#20 Oct 23, 2009
LEAP wrote:
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He arrested 10 real criminals and destroyed the lives of 30+ people who deserve no more than a fine and little probation. All so he can get his name in the headlines. I hope that prick doesn't make governor on name recognition.
Bullshit,do the crime,do the time,you dopeheads deserve everything they get.
Toots

Erie, PA

#21 Oct 23, 2009
I don't agree with, they deserve that high a charge, but they must have known what could happen by using. Maybe they will be able to plead down to time served, treatment and probation.

harley wrote:
<quoted text>Bullshit,do the crime,do the time,you dopeheads deserve everything they get.

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