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Drug Sweep Nets 22 Arrests

Prosecutor says illicit substances coming from many sources

April 5, 2013

NEW CUMBERLAND —Thirty-nine people accused of being involved in the trafficking of heroin, cocaine, methamphetamine and other drugs in Hancock County have been charged in federal and state court....

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IworkinPAnow

Apr-05-13 5:40 AM

Congrats law enforcement, thank you for removing these parasites of our community.

Now lets get other small time dealers that plague this area.

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mikeyd

Apr-05-13 7:55 AM

darned mexican cartel.

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LoriAA

Apr-05-13 9:05 AM

Great job guys! Keep up the good work!

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daWraith

Apr-05-13 10:34 AM

Where is Clueless to claim there is NO drug problem in the upper Ohio Valley?

duh!

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walksabout

Apr-05-13 10:44 AM

this is where the legal system should stop. anybody who doesn't know the drug activity is illegal and damaging to society, doesn'r deserve a trial.

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walksabout

Apr-05-13 10:46 AM

I'll lay odss the accused are democrats, non voters, or repeat liberal losers.

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richardwhee

Apr-05-13 12:09 PM

I am sure that there are more than 39 to take their place. There wouldn't be sellers in there were no customers. Oh well thats a good way for "SOME" to spend their wellfare & unemployment money.

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ShempH

Apr-05-13 12:56 PM

The real crime will be the very low bond that these criminals will receive.

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whgfeeling

Apr-05-13 6:44 PM

you people are morons. there are more well to do drug abusers than poor. then again..with the company you hang around with it may be all you know. i see our moron rang in..the biggest drug abuse state lol. hell..they can't even keep weed illegal. lol.

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whgfeeling

Apr-05-13 6:45 PM

rich..get out of your mom's basement and join the real world. all i can do is shake my head and laugh at this group of duds.

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whgfeeling

Apr-05-13 6:51 PM

google to to states with drug problems. ca is number 2 lol.

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daWraith

Apr-06-13 7:54 AM

POOR whgfleeing still California Dreamin'

Yo, RETARD, voters REJECTED legalization of Marijuana in CA, you are lying like a dawg.

You have more friggen drugs arrest and USERS per capita in your pizz-ant poverty neck than any place in the USA.

Gallup/Healthways 2012:

WV MOST DEPRESSED STATE in the USA

WV WORST PHYSICAL SHAPE in USA

WV WORST MENTAL HEALTH CONDICIONS in the USA

CHARLESTON WV: SADDEST CITY in USA

HUNTINGTON WV: SECOND SADDEST CITY in the USA.

GET some FACTS, IDIOT, you live in }{ELL!

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daWraith

Apr-06-13 9:14 AM

February 28, 2013

For Fourth Year, Hawaii No. 1 in Wellbeing, W.Va. Last

Wellbeing in the nation and across states in 2012 mostly unchanged from 2011

by Alyssa Brown

WASHINGTON, D.C. -- Hawaii residents have the highest wellbeing in the nation for the fourth consecutive year, with a Gallup-Healthways Well-Being Index score of 71.1 in 2012 -- up from 70.2 in 2011. Colorado, Minnesota, Utah, and Vermont rounded out the top five states with the highest wellbeing scores last year.

West Virginia residents have the lowest overall wellbeing for the fourth year in a row, with a Well-Being Index score of 61.3 in 2012 -- slightly lower than the 62.3 in 2011. Kentucky, Mississippi, Tennessee, and Arkansas also had among the five lowest wellbeing scores in the country.

PPFFFFFFFFFFFFFTTTTTTTTTTTTT!!

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daWraith

Apr-06-13 9:16 AM

whgfleeing, they don't call *********"Hillbilly Hero*n" because it is because sold in Beverly Hills, hick breath!!!

BBBWHAHAHAHAHAAAH!

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daWraith

Apr-06-13 9:17 AM

oxy-contin is blocked now?

PFFFFFFFTTTTTT!

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UNCOMMONSENSE

Apr-06-13 4:20 PM

These arrests are like trying to empty a swimming pool with a THIMBLE

We as a nation have THROWN away TRILLIONS of OUR dollars trying to stop this and we havn't even slowed it down!!!

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