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Police find meth lab, arrest men

March 2, 2013

BOAZ — Multiple drugs and drug paraphernalia were discovered in Boaz Friday, police said....

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IFHPED

Mar-02-13 9:29 AM

These clandestine labs are becoming more and more frequent in our area. It's scary to think there could be one just a few houses away.

Thank you x 1000, PNTF!!! Now, let's make room in prison for more "residents".

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IFHPED

Mar-02-13 9:32 AM

These clandestine labs are becoming more and more frequent in our area. It's scary to think there could be one just a few houses away.

Thank you x 1000, PNTF!!! Now, let's make room in prison for more "residents".

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IFHPED

Mar-02-13 9:34 AM

Oooooops! Coffee jitters. <:)

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WVWVWV

Mar-02-13 1:28 PM

Lock the scum up for life. They are doing nothing but trying to kill our children and grandchildren. They are a waste of life. They will never change. Prison is what they need,not jail prison. Hope they rot.

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stillnunya

Mar-02-13 8:43 PM

WVWVWV - what a creative name. FYI, people do change. How dare you be so judgmental and full of it. People change. I am living proof. Thank God somebody believed in me and gave me a chance. Everybody deserves a chance.

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BakerKat

Mar-03-13 10:10 AM

ha ha ha you called the repubs racist? When you are the one who said the president was the wrong color, right party? Hypocrite!

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Redprince9

Mar-03-13 3:11 PM

Ok people, like the link says; "Back to the Article..." It's good that these dangerous labs are being found and that those running them are being sent to prison. While in prison they should have to chose a trade to learn, and work that trade while in prison for the remainder of their sentence to repay their debt to society. Then after they are released they will have job skills and experience, so place them on probation and put them to work with a percentage of their income paid to the state until the full cost of their incarceration and education are paid off(or forever). It's not a perfect system and it's true that some may relapse, but it would be much better than just locking them up so they can sit around and do nothing and cost us more than they would if they were on welfare.

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BakerKat

Mar-03-13 7:37 PM

Excellent idea Red. They can work to pay off the clean up costs associated with their particular cooking skills.

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pntfiscorrupt

Mar-21-13 8:42 PM

IFHPED I seriously doubt it's "coffee" jitters though you probably have the shakes from something.WVWVWV you seem pretty judgmental so I assume you've never made a mistake. And Redprince9 I would agree to some extent with you if our "task force" would actually take an interest in finding criminals and not just making arrests. One of these men told PNTF that the other was sleeping the whole time and wasn't aware of what was going on yet he was charged anyway even though he hadn't been around in a couple months and just needed a place to stay for the night. But the news don't tell all that so you all can pass judgement with partial facts.

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