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Malone, NY

Drug sweep nets 13 in Franklin County

I think the last week of drug busts is great...the only problem is that they will get some idiot to bail them out and be selling again before you know it...but that's the legal system's fault....if they would give them more than a slap on the hand and an ankle bracelet they would think about before they did it again...lock the idiots up forever...or just do away with them might be a better idea...how can ANYBODY stick up for them...the people that stick up for them must be either the parents, customers or people that have no kids and don't give a damn...I think it's great when they have a drug bust, especially when you know the people that are pedaling and wondering why they aren't getting caught...It just gives me a little bit of faith that our law enforcement officers aren't only looking for speeders and people that aren't wearing seat belts....I AM A "HAPPY" OLE FART IN FORT TONIGHT....:)Thank you to our law enforcement, keep up the good work....:)  (Nov 16, 2010 | post #4)

Malone, NY

Fort Covington men arrested for narcotics.

Hey, you 2 idiots, go back to picking your scabs abd eatin' em' and don't try to carry on an intelligent conversation...yer both idiots (of course I mean both of your personalities)and you sound like you might have been some of their best customers...you just try to piss people off and all you do is make yourself look stupid...you are both the same person and any idiot can see that...no more from me...I don't waste my time on garbage like you or your other personality....it's time for your RIDLIN....DINNNNKKKKK!!!!!!!  (Nov 12, 2010 | post #9)

Malone, NY

Fort Covington men arrested for narcotics.

peabody, you are about as much of a dumbass as the one's that got caught...I see you idiots on here all the time...problem is that there aren't many of you that can carry on an intelligent conversation...i don't usually waste my time with fools like you but this is something that is serious in fort covington and seeing as you are nothing more than a childish idiot there is no more room for discussion for me...good by mr. peabody and I hope you meet up with big bubba someday too....:)  (Nov 12, 2010 | post #6)

Malone, NY

Fort Covington men arrested for narcotics.

yeah, finally fort covington is getting cleaned out of a little bit o' scum... the news got it wrong though, there's 2 from fort covington not only 1, 1 may have 2 addresses but still has a residence in fort covington...actual ly not far from am educational establishment...:) ya just can't get away with it forever...and I am so happy for the bunch of you that I could just SHIT!!!...congratu lations and have a nice trip..:) :) :) oh and by the way, say hello to big bubba wheb you get to whatever prison you end up in. THE NEWS GOT IT WRING THOUGH, THERE'S 2 FROM FORT COVINGTON, NOT ONLY 1...1 MAY HAVE 2 ADDRESSES BUT STILL HAS A RESIDENCE IN THE FORT...ACTUALLY NOT FAR FROM AN EDUCATIONAL ESTABLISHMENT....: ) YA JUST CAN'T GET AWAY WITH IT FOREVER...AND I AM SO HAPPY FOR THE BUNCH OF YOU THAT I COULD JUST SHIT!!!...CONGRATU LATIONS & HAVE A NICE TRIP...:):):) OH, AND BY THE WAY, SAY HELLO TO BIG BUBBA WHEN YOU GET TO WHATEVER PRISON YOU END UP IN :) :) :)  (Nov 12, 2010 | post #4)

Malone, NY

Fort Covington men arrested for narcotics.

YEAH, FINALLY FORT COVINGTON IS GETTING CLEANED OUT OF A LITTLE BIT OF SCUM... THE NEWS GOT IT WRING THOUGH, THERE'S 2 FROM FORT COVINGTON, NOT ONLY 1...1 MAY HAVE 2 ADDRESSES BUT STILL HAS A RESIDENCE IN THE FORT...ACTUALLY NOT FAR FROM AN EDUCATIONAL ESTABLISHMENT....: ) YA JUST CAN'T GET AWAY WITH IT FOREVER...AND I AM SO HAPPY FOR THE BUNCH OF YOU THAT I COULD JUST SHIT!!!...CONGRATU LATIONS & HAVE A NICE TRIP...:):):) OH, AND BY THE WAY, SAY HELLO TO BIG BUBBA WHEN YOU GET TO WHATEVER PRISON YOU END UP IN :) :) :)  (Nov 12, 2010 | post #3)

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finally...fort covington will be rid 2 more drug peddlers...

Four nabbed in Oxycontin bust ANDREA VanVALKENBURG Press-Republican Plattsburgh Press Republican PLATTSBURGH — A lengthy multi-agency investigation has led to the arrests of four people involved in an alleged international OxyContin smuggling ring. The bust has been in the works for several months after members of the Adirondack Drug Task Force and Clinton County District Attorney's Office developed information about the illegal distribution of OxyContin between Canada and the United States, via the St. Regis Mohawk reservation. Ultimately the probe grew to the federal level, also encompassing members of the Franklin County Narcotics and Border Protection Task Force. The collaborative effort recently led to the arrests of Shane Dustin, 20, of Fort Covington; Neal Lauzon, 27, of Plattsburgh; Donna Lazore, 31, of Ontario; and Nathan Benedict, 31, of Ontario. U.S. Attorney for the Northern District Richard Hartunian said Friday that each defendant is charged with conspiring to possess and to distribute oxycodone in violation of federal law. The federal indictments against the four, which initiated their arrests, accuse Lazore and Benedict of supplying the highly addictive drug and Dustin and Lauzon of distributing the pills on the reservation and across the northern region. Their arrests were announced Friday during a news conference detailing the growing problem of OxyContin abuse in the North Country. Hartunian, said, "The diversion and abuse of OxyContin has become a very significant problem in both the United States and Canada, particularly here in the North Country." With more than a dozen agencies working to combat the illegal sales, Hartunian said officials "also need community support, education and prevention efforts, and the cooperation of drug companies, doctors and pharmacies, to ensure that oxycodone goes only to those who need it for legitimate medical treatment." James Burns, assistant special agent for DEA Operations in New York, said the four arrests helped disrupt organized smuggling efforts between the two countries through the reservation. He said the alleged smuggling has had widespread implications for the North Country as a whole, fueling a growing criminal enterprise and leaving many addicted. When OxyContin is legally prescribed, Burns said, the time-release capsules are supposed to be swallowed. But when being used illegally, he said, many abusers often crush the pills, dilute them and inject them, drastically increasing the chances of overdoses and death. He said officials have stepped up their efforts to curb the problem, "looking at everybody" from drug-company distributors and physicians to drug dealers and users. "We're doing our best with the agencies up here to protect public safety," he said during the afternoon conference in Plattsburgh. Clinton County District Attorney Andrew Wylie, who has been actively involved in the investigation since it began, applauded the agencies involved and said prosecuting the four suspects on a federal level was a better option, leaving the accused facing up to 20 years behind bars and a possible $1 million fine. Officials did not disclose whether any drugs or money were seized during the arrests or how far the ring involved is believed to have reached. With pills being sold illegally up to a $100 a piece, the criminal enterprise appears to have netted thousands of dollars though no exact financial numbers were available Friday. Authorities said "hundreds and thousands" of pills were involved in the latest bust. After their arrests, Lazore, Benedict and Dustin were ordered held without bail pending detention hearings next week. Lauzon was arraigned and released on bond pending trial. A fifth suspect is still being sought. GUESS YOU JUST CAN'T GET AWAY WITH IT FOREVER...ALSO THERE ARE 2 FROM FORT COVINGTON...ONE MIGHT HAVE 2 ADDRESSES BUT STILL LIVES IN THE GOOD OLE FORT!!! CONGRATULATIONS GUYS...YA DONE WELL....:) :) :)  (Nov 12, 2010 | post #1)