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Old 04-28-2012, 06:41 AM
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Who says road blocks Don't work ...





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KENNETH CITY -- Fifteen people were arrested and 31 citations were issued during a Pinellas County Sheriff's Office road block during the overnight.
The sobriety checkpoint was conducted from 10 p.m. to 3 a.m. at 4501 66th Street North in Kenneth City. Units, including K-9, narcotics, probation and parole and prisoner transport, set up in the Kmart parking lot.
Deputies broke down the charges as follows:
  • 4 driver under the influence
  • 10 driving with a suspended or revoked license (one felony)
  • 1 outstanding warrant
  • 1 violation of driving with a business-purpose only license
  • 1 possession of drug paraphernalia
  • 1 possession of Oxycodone
  • 1 possession of alprazolam
  • 1 possession of Opanga
  • 1 possession of cocaine
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Originally Posted by Tommysmicroskiff View Post
[*]1 possession of Opanga
whats that?
Old 04-28-2012, 07:03 AM
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Originally Posted by nate. View Post
whats that?
X2. I'll ask my daughter and I'll let you know..................
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Originally Posted by nate. View Post
Opanga, whats that?



;?
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Maybe "Opana" its a oxymorphone narcotic
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I think he meant Opana.


http://www.reuters.com/article/2012/...82Q04120120327

Dam, must be a rough town.

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Looks like a a typo from the "BNN" Idiots !


I'm sure they meant this





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I'm shocked that there wasn't one weed charge. All those stops and not one guy had a bag of weed on them?

Also, what gives them to right to search all of those people?
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Originally Posted by aiian View Post
.......what gives them to right to search all of those people?
im thinking probable cause was established by the narc dogs.
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I didn't think dogs had a nose for pills.

Now that I think of it the drug charges probably beong to the same dumb asses with the DUIs, warrents & driving w/o licenses.
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Originally Posted by aiian View Post

Also, what gives them to right to search all of those people?





Probable cause/Reasonable suspicsion and a positive drug dog sniffer, but most just volunteer and fess up after being intimidated.




PoPo: Driver step out of the car! Is there any thing I should know about in your car or on your person????


Driver: Ugh no Occifer, I'm a law abiding person on my way to church.


PoPo: You look like a meth head! I'm going to get feefee our K9 and if she sniffs anything you are going to jail and will be wearing PINK jail garb and assigned to the homosexual unit! NOW!!! Is there any contraband in your possesion???????


Driver: Just a little bit of coke for personal use..........................


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all must remember 1 thing, cops dont convict. judges do. just sayin.
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That part of Pinellas County never had any intelligent people living there.
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[quote=aiian;4564161]I'm shocked that there wasn't one weed charge. All those stops and not one guy had a bag of weed on them?

That's because Big Al wasn't there.
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A few drunks, some prescription drug charges and a handfull of traffic tickets. With all the theft you have down there wouldn't you rather that they spend more time on that?

I'm alwasys irritated that there will be 5 speed traps trying to nail people on their way to or from work yet your stuff get's stolen and you're lucky if some uninterested guy shows up to take a report with very little chance of anyone trying to catch the people doing it.
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Originally Posted by Cousin Eddie View Post
A few drunks, some prescription drug charges and a handfull of traffic tickets. With all the theft you have down there wouldn't you rather that they spend more time on that?

I'm alwasys irritated that there will be 5 speed traps trying to nail people on their way to or from work yet your stuff get's stolen and you're lucky if some uninterested guy shows up to take a report with very little chance of anyone trying to catch the people doing it.
Right on! If some of those cops were rolling instead of sitting maybe some one's boat
would still be there!
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Originally Posted by Cousin Eddie View Post
A few drunks, some prescription drug charges and a handfull of traffic tickets. With all the theft you have down there wouldn't you rather that they spend more time on that?

I'm alwasys irritated that there will be 5 speed traps trying to nail people on their way to or from work yet your stuff get's stolen and you're lucky if some uninterested guy shows up to take a report with very little chance of anyone trying to catch the people doing it.
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Originally Posted by Cousin Eddie View Post
A few drunks, some prescription drug charges and a handfull of traffic tickets. With all the theft you have down there wouldn't you rather that they spend more time on that?

I'm alwasys irritated that there will be 5 speed traps trying to nail people on their way to or from work yet your stuff get's stolen and you're lucky if some uninterested guy shows up to take a report with very little chance of anyone trying to catch the people doing it.

Agreed!! Here's an example of one of Florida's finest.

http://www.sun-sentinel.com/news/bro...,6881422.story
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How many of the arrested were illegals? Oops, silly me, can't ask that question.
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I Love this place !

I was banned by a bunch of over sensitive Pansys for a very similar post !

Beers are on me :-)

Pasco county cops are a complete Joke !!!

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