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Heroin dealer sent to prison

September 10, 2013

A Marietta man who has already spent time in prison in Ohio and West Virginia was sentenced Monday in Washington County Common Pleas Court to 15 more months in prison for selling heroin. Kyle L....

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seamstress

Sep-14-13 10:28 PM

But now people, he made a mistake! He says he won't do it again!

And if you all believe this, I have a ski lodge in Florida I'll sell ya real cheap......

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dawntavu

Sep-12-13 10:36 PM

Everyone has their opinion, but seems like they would rather judge people here a lot. People make mistakes,make bad choices, they usually pay for their choices and mistakes, one way or another. They do the time, plus get judged by their past. People can change for the better. I try to find the good in people, and try to treat people howi would want to be treated. So I just think , someone shouldn't have to pay the rest of their lives, or be treated so bad, or called names. Just sayin, my opinion. I just hope those who jusdge others, never make a mistake, or never do no wrong, make bad ,

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RodneyF

Sep-11-13 6:55 AM

There is a specific landlord or shall we say group in town that habitually rents to gutter trash like this. While they may not know exactly what is going on behind closed doors they could at least have some kind of standards to whom they rent. However, judging from the look of many of their properties standards simply do not exist in any shape or form for them.

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oldhickory

Sep-10-13 10:06 PM

@hearts-Why am I not surprised?

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hearts

Sep-10-13 9:30 PM

joshbrown you dont know as much as you think u do,,,,,mos of the people on this street actualy own their homes with a few exceptions,,,and this guy lived in a home that the girlfriend worked two jobs to pay for,,,,,and no she did not know what was going on ,,,he was doing this while she was working and no he never payed any of her bills she could not beleave they found $300 in his pocket she was strugling trying to figure out how to pay all her bills for the month

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JoshBrown

Sep-10-13 4:15 PM

If you don't know whats going on at your rental property either you are a slumlord or a fool.

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JoeBob1

Sep-10-13 12:28 PM

I would have advised this kid to dress a little better and lose the devilish looking beard and mustache for his court appearance......

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acengineer

Sep-10-13 11:54 AM

How confidential is the informant if the Times just published the details? I'm sure Mr Sparks knows who he gave ****** to to settle a debt.

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KOMBATBOOTS

Sep-10-13 10:26 AM

If you start charging the landlords maybe you should start charging the grocery stores that sell the baggies that they put the drugs in. Heck maybe we should just lobby to make sandwich baggies illegal!

I didn't hear anyone complain about the liberal sentence. Maybe you should complain that his sentences are concurrent instead of consecutive.

Don't penalize the land owner who just wants to make a buck. Maybe he feels like he doesn't want to put the innocent part of the family out on the streets, or maybe he's not aware of the type of person he rents to until after they're arrested.

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freerange

Sep-10-13 10:26 AM

informers will inform.... letting numerous controlled buys happen to make the charges greater is watching and letting crime happen...Rolf was right

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JoshBrown

Sep-10-13 8:12 AM

@clickhere 100% Right they need to go after the slumlords and take away their properties !

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clickhere

Sep-10-13 7:10 AM

Armybrat....they need to go after the landlords where the habitual drug activity occurs. You can bet the LL knows what kind of activity is going on and always is collecting rent. What are the landlords rights and obligations? Read up...One is to evict these dirtbags according to Ohio State law.

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hockeypuck

Sep-10-13 6:54 AM

Aw, gee, another dealer sent to prison. Rot there, loser.

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armybrat

Sep-10-13 6:08 AM

Oh yes, good old Ridge Street, one of the police departments most often visited streets. This street has a car hoarder, a few meth labs in the past few years, alcoholics and plenty of druggies. Maybe, there needs to be a police precinct put up there, save the cost of wear and tear on police cars making calls up there so often.

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