So none of those people hurt anyone, or took away anyone else's right to life liberty or happiness. They didnt force anyone to buy these drugs, yet we insist they are criminals? Yep lets spend our hard earned tax money on keeping people locked up that didnt hurt anyone.NEWS FLASH, all the people that bought the drugs, came looking for them.
Grand Jury Report: Release of sealed indictments on drug charges
Submitted by Howard B. Owens on November 20, 2012 - 8:49pm
Note: When the grand jury indicts individuals who have not been arrested, the indictments are sealed until the suspects are arrested and arraigned in county court. There have been a spate of recent arrests on sealed indictments. At the request of The Batavian, the District Attorney's Office today released all of the recent sealed indictments that have led to arrests. Some of these arrests have already been reported, but the indictments may contain additional relevant information.
Shawn Lardner is indicted on two counts of of criminal sale of a controlled substance, 3rd. Lardner is accused of selling oxycodone on Dec. 14 at the intersection of Peviner Road and Route 98, Alexander. On Dec. 15, Lardner allegedly sold oxycodone at the same location.
Robert Andreasen is indicted on counts of criminal sale of a controlled substance, 3rd, and criminal possession of a controlled substance, 3rd. Andreasen is accused of possessing and selling cocaine in the parking lot of Pizza Hut/Dollar General in Batavia on Feb. 4.
Randy Wilmet is indicted on a count of criminal sale of a controlled substance, 4th. Wilmet is accused of selling hydrocodone at a location on Ross Street on May 23.
Tracey Cook is indicted on two counts of criminal sale of a controlled substance, 3rd. Cook is accused of selling hydrocodone at 52 Columbia Ave., Batavia, on April 4 and April 18.
Cody Bush is indicted on a count of criminal sale of a controlled substance, 3rd and two counts of criminal sale of a controlled substance, 4th. Bush is accused of selling oxycontin at a location on North Street, Batavia, on April 19. He is accused of selling hydrocodone at 162 Bank St., Batavia, on May 4, and of selling suboxone at 412 E. Main St., Batavia, on May 17.
Spoken like a true drug dealer Chris.
Ray, are you a cop? Just wondering because you sure sound like one. You take what people say and twist it to whatever you want it to mean. I saw that more than once when cops gave testimony to the grand jury I served on.
If anyone wants to see the inside of the legal system, they should serve on a grand jury or 10. It sure was an eye opener for me. Some people really do get railroaded by comments just like yours, Ray. Be careful what you dish out because Karma is a MF'r.
412 EAST MAIN ST. IS PIZZA HUT, SO 2 OF THESE FOLKS WERE SELLING OPIATES/SUBOXONE IN THE SAME PARKING LOT?
INTERESTING.....WHAT ELSE IS IN THAT NEIGHBORHOOD?