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Marietta drug arrests involve heroin

February 18, 2013

A Vincent man was arrested for the second time in less than a month Friday on a charge of heroin possession....

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yellowrose

Feb-18-13 6:29 AM

It is insane to release a known ******e addict on a personal recognizance bond after being arrested on ******e charges!! The south side has been saturated with drugs for years, and the authorities have been aware of it. ******e and other dangerous drugs are bought and sold in this area on a daily basis. The south side will always be doomed as long as the authorities allow this to continue.

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Crandall

Feb-18-13 10:02 AM

Who talked? Someone had to if "Lemon also said she was dating Gill and had warned he and Richards that task force agents were enroute to the room, allowing the pair to escape." So who's your leak?

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mattelliott

Feb-18-13 10:34 AM

He was probably trying to raise a little money to cover his previous arrest expenses.

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NasCarNut

Feb-18-13 12:04 PM

soooo, I wonder if they'll be released on PR bonds again??...you have to laugh when you read about these arrest and how easily they're back out on the streets to sell more drugs...

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AvidReader

Feb-18-13 2:26 PM

Put this trash and all like them in prison(even if they have to sleep on someones lap because of "overcrowding") and DO NOT let them out.As they have shown they are just going to do it again.When you find some child dead from an overdose maybe the court system will pay attention....Kudoos to the task force for doing what my taxes pay them to do..Now the court system needs to do the same..PERIOD

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thegreek

Feb-18-13 2:28 PM

Oh but banning assault rifles will make all this go away. No problems releasing people with obvious drug problems back out on bail . NO SIREEE.. Anyone beside me seeing the handwriting on the wall with this??? Can we please take care of these problems without punishing law abiding gun owning citizens and military veterans????

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thegreek

Feb-18-13 2:30 PM

NasCarnut. IT IS NO LAUGHING MATTER !!! Drug abuse is serious and dealing in drugs is too. Yes. Kudos to the task force. Now maybe the addicts can get some help !!!

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exofDevola

Feb-18-13 3:26 PM

Does anyone arrested for drugs especially the ****** dealers ever stay in jail? Sounds like police or sheriffs department catches them, then our druggies do not pass go, they go right out the door and deal some more. Is it a surprise that there is an area drug problem? How many times is it before they actually get a trial sentenced to real jail time instead of plea bargaining? And then dont they usually get home confinement? Something is very wrong here.

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NasCarNut

Feb-18-13 3:30 PM

When they continue to let these people out on PR bonds I feel they learn nothing...either place a large bond on them or let them sit in jail till their trial...addicts will get no help in this town as long as people keep voting against mental issues, sad but true...

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ReasonableVoice

Feb-18-13 4:56 PM

Kudos to the MCTF and the WSCO for actually catching a real criminal. I'm sure this string of arrests will give you some momentum going into the rest of the year to keep catching criminals.

That said... ahh Christ, PR bond? Ya gotta be kidding me. Thanks, judge.

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Ann1947

Feb-18-13 6:50 PM

Right on yellowrose....The long time dealers in the South End...Snitch to eliminate competition....An arrest is made....and every body is Happy !!

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kat26101

Feb-18-13 11:07 PM

I have known Mike Richards for a long time and i was shocked to see they let him out on a PR bond especially since he has done prison time on robbery charges in WV. Back then he did most of that time for 2 armed robberies on house arrest all i can say is someone is*****lucky... maybe this time his luck has run out

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