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Traffic stop leads to two methamphetamine arrests

April 28, 2013

PARKERSBURG — Two men were arrested early Saturday morning on charges of alleged production of methamphetamine by officers from the Parkersburg Police Department, Wood County Sheriff’s Office and th......

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Apr-29-13 12:56 PM

Just get rid of these idiots. Prior lessons have taught us that the law will only slap their hands and incarceration will not work, just wipe them from the earth. Obviously they have no respect for those around them so why should we care what happens to them.

Great job to all involved, I just wish you had someone who would back you up after your arrest.

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Apr-29-13 9:09 AM

One is from Ohio therefore the Feds could be notified since it seems to be an interstate crime falling under federal jurisdiction. Call it an act of terrorism and make them disappear to Gitmo. A lot of uneaten food is going to waste down there and increasing the inmate count would decrease overall cost.

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Apr-28-13 7:20 PM

What is a workable solution to eradicate these low lifes? Incarceration will indeed not work!!!

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Apr-28-13 5:32 PM

and prolly drawing a gov't check in the meantime

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Apr-28-13 12:01 PM

Good job PNTF!

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Apr-28-13 11:41 AM

Driving around and making meth at the same time - crazy. Sure glad they caught them.

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Apr-28-13 9:45 AM

Great example, at 39 and 50 years old it's likely these scum-bags are selling to our youth so the can feed their own habits.

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