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Local man arrested on meth charge

April 22, 2013

A Marietta man was arrested Friday after telling authorities he had previously made methamphetamine in his home and was planning to do it again....

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Apr-22-13 6:56 PM

i have a treatment, the death penalty!! none of the other penalties seem to work!

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Apr-22-13 4:28 PM

The best "treatment option" is jail and prison. There has never been more access to help with addictions-yet the problems in our society keep getting bigger? Since treatment in lieu of conviction came into being the problems have only gotten worse. Why? Because users know that if they play the game and cry the right ammount of tears and get treatment they will get out of trouble.

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Apr-22-13 4:23 PM

So, if I am in possession of psedophedrine within a school vicinity I can be charged with a felony. Lawyer up!

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Apr-22-13 4:21 PM

Ok, so it says he had pseudophedrine. Is that a crime? No evidence of a meth lab, just him telling the authorities that he had made meth before.

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Apr-22-13 1:07 PM

He looks just like the rest of the face picking freaks. He should be made to read the comments about meth heads and he should spend time confined somewhere for punishment. Drug treatment will not be enough.

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Apr-22-13 12:20 PM

Some of these ppl really do want the help of getting clean, which is wonderful BUT, they should serve a jail sentence and actually get some help when they are in jail. Counseling,meeting, etc. Give them some kind of punishment while giving them some coping skills when they are out of jail. If they got the counseling and treatment they need to cope on the outside maybe they would be more compliant and actually give something back to society.

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Apr-22-13 11:59 AM

Please let him go to jail or prison instead of getting treatment in lieu of conviction. There's a special name for people who get treatment in lieu of conviction: repeat offenders! Instead he'll probabally get counsiling, medicated and coddeled! Poor guy it probabally wasn't his fault. I'll bet he has ADHD or he's bipolar-or that's wht his counsilor will say.

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Apr-22-13 10:03 AM

One look at this guy and you know he voted for obama

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Apr-22-13 8:36 AM

This isn't his first time. Doubt it will be his last. Too bad he didn't concentrate on being a good father to his 2 kids instead of getting into drugs.

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Apr-22-13 8:35 AM

He has the look of a doper.

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Apr-22-13 8:22 AM

Thank you Minks. One less meth-head in town, on the road, near the schools....

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Apr-22-13 7:23 AM

Nothing really lets you know its the beginning of a new week in Marietta like checking the Times on Monday morning and seeing a drug arrest story.

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Apr-22-13 7:04 AM

An honest crack head? Now that's something you don't see every day.

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Apr-22-13 6:48 AM

At least this criminal left no doubt as to his stupidity, by his statements to the police.

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