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Drug bust yields three suspects

Posted: March 11, 2011 - 10:52pm

In a combined effort between the Faulkner County Sheriff’s Department and the Conway Police Department’s drug task force resulted in the arrest of three suspects during a drug bust on Thursday night.Officers from both units searched a residence located at 265 Highway 65 North, finding powdered and crack cocaine, marijuana, a handgun and approximately $4,000 in cash.The tenants of the home were arrested and transported to the Faulkner County Detention Center.Henry Allen Watson, 22, Brittany Cunningham, 21 and Marcus DeWayne Kilgore, 28, all of Conway, were cited with charges ranging from possession of a controlled substance to possession of drug paraphernalia with the intent to distribute. Captain Matt Rice with the Faulkner County Sheriff’s Department said the amount of drugs found was a lot for one residence.“The amount of drugs found at the home is a pretty good amount for just one residence,” he said. Adding, “The investigation only lasted about a week.”Both males arrested in the bust were on parole from the Arkansas Department of Corrections.{Candie Beck is a staff writer and can be reached at 505-1238 or candie.beck@thecabin.net}

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Igor Rabinowitz
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Igor Rabinowitz 03/11/11 - 11:45 pm
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I'm thinking

Call me crazy, but them three are way past "suspect" status.

And yeah yeah, "until found gritty" (or whatever that word is). Johnny Law kicks your door down and finds drug city with a side of cash, you're pretty much going to prison -- which means you're not a suspect.

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i_wonder 03/12/11 - 01:04 am
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huh??
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"said the amount of drugs found was a lot for one residence."

Exactly what is the national average of illegal drugs per residence?
I think I'm far behind the curve in this category.

AuxArc
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AuxArc 03/12/11 - 01:39 am
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2.5 grams

I hear the average family has 2.5 kids. Maybe the average amount of drugs is 2.5 grams. Either way, you mix it with $4000 cash and a gun or two, and it's trouble.

Zizka
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Zizka 03/12/11 - 06:47 pm
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Most drug raids on

Most drug raids on residential properties only find misdemeanor amounts of pot.

It doesn't take much to be unusual.

BuzzBy
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BuzzBy 03/14/11 - 09:13 am
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Not much
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From these statements sounds like they found "Butkus"

amount of drugs found was a lot for one residence.“The amount of drugs found at the home is a pretty good amount for just one residence,” he said.

Most of the time they give the amount found and some inflated street value to make it look like they have done such a wonder job of protecting us. I find the stamements above suspect.

More than a 7 gram rock cause that's how Charlie Sheen rolls.

charles55
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charles55 09/07/11 - 09:15 am
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Did they really had to be

Did they really had to be charged for this? It seems like they had those drugs for personal use and even though I don't approve any drug consuming, considering the circumstances I would rather see those three attending an suboxone treatment center and overcome their addiction. Jailing them won't do any good since they are more likely to start consuming drugs once they are released.

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NoKidding 09/07/11 - 09:20 am
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suboxone?

For cocaine and marijuana?

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ucantbserious 09/07/11 - 10:29 am
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@NoKidding

I'll venture a guess that charles55 was simply looking for an opportunity to name drop for that kind of center. Why else would he inlcude a link in a comment on a story from six months ago?

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General Disarray 09/07/11 - 10:56 am
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To clear things up

Wouldn't it have been easier to state exactly how much of the drugs were found instead of “The amount of drugs found at the home is a pretty good amount for just one residence.”

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