28 people charged in cocaine drug bust, here are some of the ones named as of today. I wonder if any of the repeat offenders will get some real jail time for this one or if the courts will slap their hands and send them back to the streets. Most if not all of these dirt bags have previous arrests for possession and or possession with intent to sell.
• Robert F. Carnegie, Jr., 49, of S. First Street, Fulton • Donald Currier, 35, of Chestnut Street, Fulton • Kathy I. Davis, 44, of E. 6th Street, Oswego • Justin Fellows, 25, of E. 10th Street, Fulton • Douglas F. Fischel, 50, of Manhattan Avenue, Fulton • Jack R. Hammond, Jr., 49, of Syracuse Ave., Oswego • Lacy R. Henderson, 36, of E. 7th Street, Oswego • Mark E. Holmes, 48, of E. 4th Street, Oswego • Delbert J. Jacques, Jr., 44, of E. 4th Street, Oswego • Pamela L. Lavere, 34, of Chestnut Street, Oswego • Lee Loughrey, 48, of E. 6th Street, Oswego • Juan Perez, 37, of Lawrence Ave., Oswego • Kareen A. Pullen, 43, of Ontario Street, Oswego • Rebecca Rando, 43, of S.W. 8th Street, Oswego • Trisha Sloppy, 34, of Syracuse Avenue, Oswego
From looking at the mug shots of these people its easy to understand what repeated use of cocaine does to a person. I've seen heroin addicts that don't look as bad as some of these people. I wish I could say that I'm surprised by some of the names, but I know several of the people who were arrested and its not the first time they've been picked up on drug charges.
The cops did a great job on this one and I hope it scares a few of the other dealers and users enough that they stop. Reality tells me that in a month or less that there will be a new group to replace this one and the dealing and abuse will go on. I wouldn't be surprised if some of the people arrested continue dealing and using like nothing happened. One thing that aggravates me is that some of these people were released on their own recognizance.
but if you are an upstanding citizen???? Upstanding citizens don't get arrested for dealing cocaine. The group that got arrested are far from being anything but low life criminals. You can find the majority of the people on the list sitting at the local bars most nights. They're either drunk or drugged out everyday of their lives. They have more excuses for the life style they choose than they have the intelligence to get help to stop it. They have brought hardship to friends and family without any care. The drugs consume their lives and they are content with being the dregs of society as long as they can get the next high. Let them sit in prison for a few years and then ask them if it was worth it. Worthless individuals that will never change because they don't care.