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Heroin dealer pleads guilty to racketeering

November 20, 2013

A Vincent man accused of being one of the most active heroin dealers in the Mid-Ohio Valley pleaded guilty Tuesday in Washington County Common Pleas Court to a second-degree felony count of engaging......

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Nov-20-13 6:31 PM

He served time in West Virginia , since he was arrested twice but then disappeared .Then when he was finally caught he went to jail and pled guilty and admits to racketeering and being the kingpin , and all he gets is 3 years?? That is just wrong? Fellow dealers must realize this is the place to be for trafficking in drugs. I agree with NASCAR/this sentence is not enough .

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Nov-20-13 5:40 PM

Within hours someone had taken this guy's place in the hierarchy of drug dealing. It's time to surrender the War on Drugs and decriminalize them at the very least.

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Nov-20-13 4:24 PM

Josh,got get a can of IR blocker or some white modeling paint and coat the reflective part of your plate.The #s arent reflectice,but all the area around them is.You are not breaking Ohio law.You cant change the plate visually,but IR is below the visible spectrum.No visual difference

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Nov-20-13 11:13 AM

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Nov-20-13 9:32 AM

The police know who's dealing drugs and when there transporting them from Columbus or any other place. They just wait till the criminals have enough drugs on them to make it worth they're time.Big brother is watching you before you leave the city your LP is scanned & picture taken and when you go to any other larger city your LP is scanned as well. Everything is tied together the Marietta police cruise the city with a LP reader everyday taking in all the information.The police are doing a great job but it's kind of scary too.

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Nov-20-13 8:41 AM

He was arrested in Jan and then 2 weeks later then charged 2 more times...what is wrong with this picture??...he needs way more time than 3 years...let's hope they keep him locked up till he's sentenced, all he needs is a charge of failure to appear, oh wait they'll just plea bargain that charge makes one wonder about the judicial system in this town...

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