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2 jailed after meth lab discovery

3rd suspect injured trying to flee Beverly home

November 19, 2013

A Walker, W.Va. man fractured his back after leaping nearly 20 feet in an attempt to elude authorities during the investigation of a methamphetamine operation in the Beverly area Sunday....

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Mar-14-14 9:13 PM

Well the Moron got fixed at the hospital and just walked off....still at large!

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Nov-19-13 1:54 PM

he should have been manufacturing a pain killer.....hindsight is 20/20.

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Nov-19-13 11:56 AM

New World...Does it really matter? I am sure we are paying for it one way or the other!

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Nov-19-13 10:13 AM

RodneyF, Yoho hasn't been charged yet so the county don't have to pay any of the medical cost. Smart move on the sheriffs office!

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Nov-19-13 8:53 AM

Looks like disability benefits on the horizon for the jumper??...

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Nov-19-13 8:52 AM

Those who use and make Methamphetamine should be aware of the many, many damaging affects. "Methamphetamine has been known to cause premature osteoporosis, whereby teeth and bones become more brittle and prone to breaking. (Sanello: 43)" Hence, the fractured spine of this person. Methamphetamine abuse is a horse of a different color. Nasty, nasty stuff.

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Nov-19-13 8:38 AM

Great job Police keep up the good work !

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Nov-19-13 7:32 AM

Great!!! We get to pay for this moron's back surgery. Isn't that swell.

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