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Prank leads to drug bust, jail time

March 15, 2014

A Reynoldsburg man who was caught hiding meth in a cigarette pack after pulling a prank in a Belpre fast food drive-thru was sentenced Friday in Washington County Common Pleas Court to spend the nex......

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Mar-17-14 2:12 PM

"A violation of the probation terms would likely mean he is sent to prison for the full one-year maximum, he said."

Right....I've heard the judge say that before. I doubt there would be any prison time if he violates.

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Mar-17-14 1:51 PM

Goof. Red on the head like a d!*k on a dog.

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Mar-17-14 8:58 AM

The article states he was a passenger in the car, Nascar.

Just another worthless bum. Time to bring back the chain gangs.

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Mar-16-14 9:15 AM

Shortly thereafter, Belpre City Police stopped the car.

So the article states he was drunk while on the bike and shortly thereafter was pulled over in his car, why no OVI??...

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Mar-16-14 7:04 AM

At least this idiot has a job, let him work and do weekends. I hope he really does kick the habit before he gets fired and becomes a drain on society.

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Mar-15-14 12:46 PM

Too dumb but he does get the weekend check in and out.

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Mar-15-14 11:07 AM

Just like the article states, he was "stupid". Another common criminal, acting like a little boy.

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