Several Drug Arrests After Madison County Investigation

The Madison County Sheriff will hold a news conference on Thursday afternoon to announce several drug arrests.

We're told ten people are facing about forty criminal charges.

Sheriff Nelson O'Donnell says what started as a crackdown on pseudoephedrine has revealed illegal meth production and other drug crimes.

We have a crew going to the press conference and we'll bring you details on the arrests, later today on 27 NEWSFIRST.

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  • by Wow Location: Richmond on Mar 8, 2008 at 11:49 AM
    @Posted by: Kay Politicians propose a bill to limit epherdine sales. Then pass it. Then all the businesses have more work and charge customers more. Then a cop comes along and takes all the work done by others and says lets visit such and such. Then they take ALL the credit for the busts so they look good and keep gettin funds for nothing. Try reading up on UNITE some time. A dept gets a call they then call everybody and then UNITE says they did all the work even though is published that county recieved a tip so there was no work other than going to the persons house with a warrant. Your comment reads like one from russia or china. Let the cops do what ever they want and just play along. This isnt a police state yet!
  • by Kay on Mar 7, 2008 at 07:32 AM
    Surely I don't detect a bit of jealously in the posting by Wow??! Lots of good can be accomplished if no one has to take the credit. Yes, obviously the pharmacies are esential in the crackdown on meth manufacturing...just as the police are...who followup on unusual purchases...Without each doing their part, there wouldn't be arrests in those cases...So, congrats to all...Please cooperate and quit worrying about who gets the credit! And, if you want to be a part of the announcement, call the police and see if you can get an invite to the press conference...Good job everybody!
  • by Wow Location: RIchmond on Mar 6, 2008 at 11:14 AM
    Lemme guess they got the lists of who bought what and then compiled them and visted the houses of the ones with previous manufacturing charges that bought more than 1 pack? Not a bust to brag about its what teh system was set up for effortless policing. Thank the drug stores and pharmacists for this bust people. They did all the paper and leg work keepin tabs on these addicts.


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