Would You Like Drugs With That?

By: Dave Spencer Email
By: Dave Spencer Email

A Frankfort man was arrested after police say he tried to sell drugs out of a Papa John's drive-thru window.

22-year-old Anthony White, Jr. could spend 10 years in jail after police found Oxycontin and more than $800 in cash on him.

Police were called to the Papa John's after a customer called police, claiming he was offered cocaine and pills in addition to his pizza.

Commonwealth Attorney Larry Cleveland says White admitted to selling drugs when he was arrested by police.

Cleveland says while the setting of crime is unusual, it is still a serious crime none-the-less.

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  • by Cole Location: Lexington on Feb 22, 2009 at 05:40 AM
    To all: He is not in jail. He posted bond.
  • by Anonymous on Feb 21, 2009 at 01:47 PM
    Ya...can I get half cheese, and half cocain? Actually, can I get extra coke on that? Just give it a good sprinkle!
  • by jonny Location: georegetown on Feb 21, 2009 at 08:39 AM
    Sad thing is this goof ball won't be in jail for more than 30 days MAX. I justice system has beome a joke. I'd pay more taxes to put more deadbets in jail, most offenders are on welfare anyway. We pay their way so they can sell drugs to our kids, break into our homes and kill us in car crashes. Why do the thugs cont. to get such a great deal when the working class get hit hard time after time. you watch, 30 days this guy will be out, laughing about it and stealing your property to pay his court costs.
  • by mom Location: harlan on Feb 20, 2009 at 09:40 PM
    lol..he had 800 dollars in cash, wander how many ppl actually purchased the drugs before this guy turned him in?? At least he's not a total deadbeat..he is working..haha..how funny. No wander Dianne Sawyers put us on 20/20.
  • by grumpy on Feb 20, 2009 at 01:16 PM
    I wonder how long this went on before someone reported the pusher
  • by duh! Location: Lexington on Feb 20, 2009 at 12:37 PM
    Until our state laws change and stop letting these so called doctors who treat pain into our country we will never get rid of the problem. Any one who wants to go to a pain doctor and get an mri can get pain pills if they say the have back pain. The doctors write to many pills so they can get the people hooked so they will have to keep coming back. How stupid can our law makers be? Come on fess up~! We could do a lot better if the pharmacies would all hook their computers together like they were supposed to a few years ago these people could not go to a new pharmacy every day and get the same meds. Check it out its true. When will we learn? Probably when it is too late and the whole country is hooked on pills. Shame on our lawmakers in frankfort!
  • by A Location: Lexington on Feb 20, 2009 at 08:44 AM
    I do believe on the warning label it states that you are to eat prior to taking oxycontin!!
  • by Joe Location: Georgetown on Feb 20, 2009 at 06:17 AM
    That's Papa's new slogan 30 minutes or a crack rock, you take your pick.
  • by Zatoichi Location: Richmond on Feb 20, 2009 at 05:16 AM
    'cocaine and pills'? Must be the new toppings.
  • by mellissa Location: Frankfort on Feb 20, 2009 at 04:34 AM
    Boy you have to be a special kind of stupid to sell drugs out of a drive thru window! Or was business just not good enough for him from only having a cell phone and word of mouth from his regular customers? Geez toss him in jail so my tax dollars can support this deadbeat along with the guy who WORKED for state government that raped those young girls! I think they should bring back the chain gangs to clean the side of the road, maybe the "wannabe" thugs and dealers would find somewhere else to do their business. Franklin Co Reg Jail could learn a thing or two from Sheriff Joe Apiao (sp?) in Arizona, make the inmate wear pink and ACTUALLY work for their balony and cheese sandwiches.
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