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haha12

Louisville, KY

#1 Sep 5, 2011
watch out all u dope heads the law is making their rounds
wellwell

Chesterfield, MO

#2 Sep 5, 2011
well dopehead u would know right
haha12

Louisville, KY

#3 Sep 5, 2011
huh no seen them go in at a neighbors house and we have called about all the traffic
Did They

Huntsville, TN

#4 Sep 5, 2011
Did they get Billy Bowling again?
haha12

United States

#5 Sep 6, 2011
its all on hive105.com
HOLEINONE

Louisville, TN

#6 Sep 6, 2011
I checked out hive 105 but what drugs were sold besides methamphetaming?
lrayburn joe

Santa Barbara, CA

#7 Sep 6, 2011
hydrocodope, merrywannas, oxiecottons, darvoseeds, perkoseeds, gerital and co-ding.
Hillbilly

Huntsville, TN

#8 Sep 6, 2011
By time they busted some of these low life drug dealers.
Too many of them get by with it because of who they rat on or who they are related to. Time to put them away!
Did They

Huntsville, TN

#9 Sep 6, 2011
I seen the judgements on the Billy Bowling post above, you people can act stupid all you want but I know where my son goes?
neighbor

Robbins, TN

#10 Sep 6, 2011
Persons arrested and charged with the sale of schedule narcotics by the Oneida Police Department were: Doyle Wade Clark, 54, of Helenwood; William S. Cross, II, 23, of Huntsville; Christopher L. Davis, 25, of Oneida; John Godsey, 47, of Oneida; Christina Jones, 32, of Oneida; Tonya Kay Mills, 26, of Helenwood; Tony Neal, 42, of Oneida; Gatchel Owens, III, 42, of Oneida; Jonathan Craig Sexton, 32, of Oneida; Joseph W. Stephens, 29, of Oneida; and Chacey Yancey, 30, of Oneida. Those still being sought by Oneida authorities include: Anita M. Baird, 29, of Oneida; Matthew C. Herman, 40, of Oneida; Charles Lawson, 35, of Oneida; James D. Reagan, 37, of Oneida; Kerry Reed Strunk, Jr., 40, of Oneida; Sean Adrian Tucker, 40, of Oneida; James Ray Young, 31, of Oneida; and Shirley Young, 30, of Oneida.

The team also arrested Gil Clark, 46, of the Cherry Fork community. Authorities reportedly went to Clark’s residence looking for his brother, Doyle Wade Clark. At the home, authorities allegedly found methamphetamine, and items associated with the presence of methamphetamine. Authorities further claim that Clark hid his brother in a concealed compartment under the floor of his mobile home. Clark was charged with possession of a schedule II controlled substance (methamphetamine), possession of drug paraphernalia, and harboring a fugitive.

Those charged by the Scott County Sheriff’s Department with the sale of a schedule narcotic included: Robbie Byrd, 35, of Pioneer; Tasha Davis, 29, of Helenwood; Amanda Garrett, 29, of Oneida; Denny Wayne Garrett, 26, of Oneida; John Steven Godsey, 26, of Helenwood; Anthony Henry, 34, of Oneida; Clide “Yankee” Henson, 37, of Huntsville; Bridget Hughett, 37, of Oneida; Wayne Michael Kiser, 37, of Oneida; Adam Lambert, 35, of Oneida; Billy Joe Lewallen, 47, of Robbins; Michael Neal, 42, of Winfield; Carl Phillips, 67, of Helenwood; Bobby Rogers, 63, of Helenwood; Dorothy Silcox, 46, of Helenwood; Karen Watson, 44, of Helenwood; Brittany Webb, 21, of Helenwood; and Reuben Lee West, 31, of Huntsville. Persons still wanted by the Sheriff Department include: Christopher Dean Huckeby, 36, of Robbins; Terry Morrow, 39, of Oneida; Jamey Simmons, 34, of Robbins; and James Edward York, Sr., 54, of Winfield.

Persons arrested in connection with the drug roundup are considered innocent until proven guilty in a court of law and guilt is not implied by listing herein. Persons with the same or similar names may reside in the area.
Grandma Chambers

Huntsville, TN

#11 Sep 7, 2011
Maybe if the law does keep putting them in jail eventually Judge cotton and the DA will do something opther than ok go home you made a mistake. How many mistakes can a person make and get by with it. They will let a drug dealer go and they will child abusers go. They do not care.
Anonymous

Saint Petersburg, FL

#12 Sep 7, 2011
haha12 wrote:
watch out all u dope heads the law is making their rounds
Be careful...It was probably your cousin or your best friend that told on you...for a hundred dollars...LOL
Anonymous

Saint Petersburg, FL

#13 Sep 7, 2011
Be careful people. it was probably your cousin or best friend that told on you...for a hundred dollars..LOL
omg

Wartburg, TN

#14 Sep 7, 2011
Grandma Chambers wrote:
Maybe if the law does keep putting them in jail eventually Judge cotton and the DA will do something opther than ok go home you made a mistake. How many mistakes can a person make and get by with it. They will let a drug dealer go and they will child abusers go. They do not care.
Dang Kris, we already read it on the hive 105, did you have to rewrite it all again. This is nothing to brag about, its the same people over and over, why don't you try to bust someone knew.
omg

Wartburg, TN

#15 Sep 7, 2011
omg wrote:
<quoted text>Dang Kris, we already read it on the hive 105, did you have to rewrite it all again. This is nothing to brag about, its the same people over and over, why don't you try to bust someone knew.
this post was ment for neighbor. sorry
Benevolent Truth

Livingston, TN

#16 Sep 7, 2011
I'm glad Chris Davis got busted. It serves him right for being a piece of filth.
Grandma Chambers

Huntsville, TN

#17 Sep 7, 2011
omg wrote:
<quoted text>this post was ment for neighbor. sorry
I wondered why you thought I was Kris somebody or other. LOL
Good Job

Huntsville, TN

#18 Sep 7, 2011
That was an awsome bust.
whatever

Huntsville, TN

#19 Sep 7, 2011
Let me say this, I am not a fan or Oneida PD or Scott County Sheriff's Office, but I do give them a big 2 thumbs up for getting out in the rain and on a holiday to boot, to bust all those drug dealers and makers.
It is time someone did something.
I know alot of the names I do keep hearing over and over, but that just tells me that the couorts keep letting them go free.
I know there are still alot more to get, I just hope it dont take too long.
Therre are a couple that have relatives at the sheriff's office that get by with it because it he helps to cover it up. Eventually they will get caught too.

Mike Cross, keep proving me wrong about you. Darryl Laxton, I still don't know about you, but you are getting to where you are proving me wrong to. Just keep it up.
Let's take our community back!
wow

Oneida, TN

#20 Sep 7, 2011
whatever wrote:
Let me say this, I am not a fan or Oneida PD or Scott County Sheriff's Office, but I do give them a big 2 thumbs up for getting out in the rain and on a holiday to boot, to bust all those drug dealers and makers.
It is time someone did something.
I know alot of the names I do keep hearing over and over, but that just tells me that the couorts keep letting them go free.
I know there are still alot more to get, I just hope it dont take too long.
Therre are a couple that have relatives at the sheriff's office that get by with it because it he helps to cover it up. Eventually they will get caught too.
Mike Cross, keep proving me wrong about you. Darryl Laxton, I still don't know about you, but you are getting to where you are proving me wrong to. Just keep it up.
Let's take our community back!
Well said Keep it coming bring them in take back scott county if they keep going to jail maybe they will finally move out or they will wake up and send them off.

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