An Elkins woman remained incarcerated on a $10,000 cash-only bond Monday following her arrest Saturday for allegedly manufacturing methamphetamin....
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Is everyone in Elkins on Meth?
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Ain't she beautiful with her burnt out facial expression and empty-headed stare? Give them all the Meth they can want and we can sit around and wait for them to melt down into a useless heap of quivering jelly. Then we can scoop them up and chuck them in the dumpster with the other trash from her car.
Great police work, no really great police work.
Yea puremagic, just leave'em alone and let them fry on their own fire. If it didn't effect others because of their weak mindedness,that would be ok with me. ( I myself think those who are addicted to drugs are not strong minded people or they would have resisted these habitforming drugs.) They reproduce and have children that are born addicted to drug or they cook the crap around them and poison their environment. They steal for their habit, from strangers and family. Destroy and contaminate property from cooking the crap. Some would kill you if they thought you had a dollar in your pocket to support their habit. Keeping these "losers" on the street would only hurt those who try to live our lives in the right way. Other than arresting them and throwing them in jail, I have no other remedy for this, I wish I knew of something. The less of them on the streets,hopefully will help save our young children from becoming addicts. Enforcement needs to be fast and furious and constan
Play, come into the real world. The law isn't interested in keeping these people off the streets, else they would keep them in jail when they are arrested the first time. If you're looking for a legal solution, forget it. It's bleeding the heart liberals that's wants the law to look the other way. The cops arrest them, and it's the judges like the one you have in Elkins that turns them loose. Get rid of Wilfong and you may have a shot at cleaning up the drug problem in Elkins. As far as I'm concerned, most women have no business on the bench. Most of them don't have the stomach to do what needs to be done.
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Weak minded, ya think? But that's no excuse for using drugs, especially drugs like Meth known for literally rotting away your brain. It doesn't take an Einstein to figure out that chemical like drain cleaner and solvents would be a healthy combination, not to mention explosive. I don't have any sympathy for these fools. Sadly, most of them are products of the welfare system and you and I are financing their drug habits.
Puremagic, you are such as sexist. I know a few women judges and they are a lot tougher than their male co-workers. It's not the police that are letting these losers out of prison, it is those judges that are too lenient. I do live in the real world Pure and the drug problem exist amongst all social economic parts of society. I'm not from Elkins, so I can't get rid of anybody in the judical system there.
And Puremagic, I am one of those "bleeding heart" liberals. I do not like drug addicts but I'm not ashamed of caring for others well being. I rather do that than be a hateful, nasty human being.
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OK first of all I don't even smoke the stuff n I get foodstamps if that's being so called welfare and I have that "burnt out"expression because the BS charges I am facing thanks to ur so called police in this town! So before u comment on another thing u ALL might want to get whole side of the story because all the police in this town ain't saints n over hlf them mess with u just because of ur last name! So think as u do n believe everything u read in the paper and on the news!
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