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Brooke County Men Charged in Heroin Death

February 11, 2013

WHEELING -- The U.S. Attorney's Office is looking to make an example of two Wellsburg men charged with allegedly delivering heroin that caused the death of a Follansbee man. Curtis J....

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shorty32

Feb-15-13 3:30 AM

I HOPE AND PRAY THESE MEN GET THE MAX! GIVE THIS FAMILY SOME JUSTICE! ITS BEEN ALMOST TWO YEARS I'D SAY IT IS TIME WE GOT JUSTICE FOR THIS FAMILY!

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Triton

Feb-12-13 8:20 AM

Thats nice but it seems like its more a press release than a committment. Also, I think that this has been done already in a state court, successfully. The Marshall County Prosecutor (Cramer I think) prosecuted a guy who sold and was actually shooting up his customer with ****** when she died. That was several years ago. State courts do the heavy lifting in this stuff and with no where near the resources that the Feds have. But this is nice too and it might send a message but drug dealers and users seem to be way past noticing much other than drugs and money.

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whgfeeling

Feb-12-13 1:41 AM

bogus charges. can lead a horse to water but can't make it drink. god gave each of us free will. wrait? chime in on drugs please! convict.

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dyingov

Feb-11-13 7:30 PM

Tell the US Attorney that the "war on drugs" was started in the Nixon administration (he probably is not old enough to remember).

35 years too late and a couple of trillion dollars short!

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