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Marietta man accused of selling psychedelic drug

June 5, 2013

A text message has led to the arrest of a Marietta man accused of selling psilocybin mushrooms, a drug not seen often in the area....

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mrhomer

Jun-05-13 7:10 PM

Wandy...heard an interview on WTAP with a disguised drug dealer that said 90% of his customers were on the government gravy train...and to keep those checks comin...

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BeRight

Jun-05-13 4:10 PM

Speedway has more security cameras than most banks. I guarantee that the deal happened in full view of one of their security cameras and he is on something good enough to put on YouTube. Lesson is not to deal drugs in public places or while doing mushrooms. LOL

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IsaacEastwood

Jun-05-13 3:49 PM

Good call Marietta Times, way too many drug deals going down at Speedway, just go to go mart or somewhere away from all the drugs

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BeRight

Jun-05-13 3:13 PM

Mushrooms? Was he listening to the Greatful Dead when arrested?

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WandyisCool

Jun-05-13 1:16 PM

If what Homer says is true, maybe we should take away their livelihood. Discontinue all government assistance, if convicted of a felony. Why make us bend over twice!

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Tessie

Jun-05-13 1:04 PM

There is a law that includes an enhancement of charges in a drug crime if the act is committed within 1000 feet of a school. But the intent is not to enhance because the act occurred close to a school building, it's because it allegedly occurred close to school CHILDREN. This incident occurred on Saturday, therefore no school children anywhere near. I used to buy gas at that Speedway but no longer because I don't want to be around the drug deals in the parking lot. And some of the people being used as CIs are the worst offenders. Creepy.

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Baseball

Jun-05-13 6:29 AM

Amen Homer!!!

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mrhomer

Jun-05-13 5:49 AM

Oh gosh...go ahead and let him out...gonna happen anyway..like his brother after stealing the generator last month...free in hrs..these boys just don't appreciate the fact we are keeping them...free apts, phones, food stamps, health care...even therapy !!..at least keep them in jail long enough so they can't collect their checks...and give them to someone who has at least tried to work a job.

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