Saturday, April 9, 2016

More heroin arrests in Springfield

A drug transaction on the sidewalk on Valley Street last week has led to the arrest of two Springfield men, one of whom is now in the process of being returned to Florida to face allegations of felony child neglect.

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  1. a misdemeanor heroin possession charge,why is this charge not a felony ? only 2 days in jail,that should teach him

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    1. Had a good time, wish you where there, visited with some old friends, caught up on the latest news. Had some free meals and watched TV. Even got a clean set of cloths, however orange would kind of stand out down town. Plus free cell phone service, only got one call though. All in all great time at the State of VT Iron Bar Inn Resort.

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  2. The judicial system is so messed up

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  3. We mustn't go hard on Heroin Addicts. It's not PC in today's Progressive leadership. We are all screwed..

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  4. Now what about the others who were paid $50 by the PD for each bundle they sold to the arrested? Now they are hooked. Are they next on the chopping block?

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