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(SeattlePI)   You should think about how you'll spend your business's advertising budget. Or you could be like this idiot and post "CALL IF YOU NEED METH" flyers around town   (seattlepi.com) divider line 20
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2012-08-02 01:37:07 PM
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Willing to take the case
 
2012-08-02 02:33:38 PM
Whaf's fa number?
 
2012-08-02 02:34:58 PM
What if I just want meth? Not quite to the point of need yet. Who do I call?!?!!
 
2012-08-02 03:06:53 PM
I tried calling, but I was told there would be no meth.
 
2012-08-02 03:11:08 PM
The man had what appeared to be a gun on his lap. The officer said he later realized it was a glass pipe, and the officer thought he used it to smoke meth during their conversation.

The suspect had a dog in his backseat and the undercover detective gave a ruse that he was bitten as a kid so he wouldn't have to get in. Cops (plural all of a sudden?) say the suspect wanted the detective to ride with him, but the officer made a story that his girlfriend was telling him to hurry.

The suspect allegedly tried to coax the officer to ride with him.

"Because (the suspect) and I had over 30 minutes of conversation via text message, photo calls, and in person conversation, I made the determination that (he) was going to sell me illegal narcotics and watched as he smoked illegal narcotics," the detective wrote in a case document.

"I gave the pre-arranged good buy signal and drove the opposite way of (the suspect). I watched in my rear view mirror as the Arrest Team moved in and took (him) into custody without incident."

Police received a search warrant for his Cavalier and seized suspected marijuana, a pill bottle with one pill, the glass pipe shaped like a gun and the suspect's cell phone.


wow there is a lot of soft language here. Apparently the detective is psychic and a bad one at that. He determined that the suspect was going to sell him meth, even though none was found in the car. He thought he was smoking meth on the phone (you may be able to determine someone is smoking on the phone, but how do you determine WHAT they are smoking?). Also, they really want to emphasize that the pipe looked like a gun. Lastly, cops think anything is suspected marijuana.

Sounds like the suspect really was going to rob the detective since he had no drugs to trade and really wanted the detective to get in the car.

Too bad cops don't seem to know how real drug deals are set-up. Arrange a location (got that right). You show the money, the dealer shows the drugs, then you make the exchange. If either party balks when it comes time to show money or drugs, walk away.
 
2012-08-02 03:44:36 PM

Hyjamon: The man had what appeared to be a gun on his lap. The officer said he later realized it was a glass pipe, and the officer thought he used it to smoke meth during their conversation.

The suspect had a dog in his backseat and the undercover detective gave a ruse that he was bitten as a kid so he wouldn't have to get in. Cops (plural all of a sudden?) say the suspect wanted the detective to ride with him, but the officer made a story that his girlfriend was telling him to hurry.

The suspect allegedly tried to coax the officer to ride with him.

"Because (the suspect) and I had over 30 minutes of conversation via text message, photo calls, and in person conversation, I made the determination that (he) was going to sell me illegal narcotics and watched as he smoked illegal narcotics," the detective wrote in a case document.

"I gave the pre-arranged good buy signal and drove the opposite way of (the suspect). I watched in my rear view mirror as the Arrest Team moved in and took (him) into custody without incident."

Police received a search warrant for his Cavalier and seized suspected marijuana, a pill bottle with one pill, the glass pipe shaped like a gun and the suspect's cell phone.

wow there is a lot of soft language here. Apparently the detective is psychic and a bad one at that. He determined that the suspect was going to sell him meth, even though none was found in the car. He thought he was smoking meth on the phone (you may be able to determine someone is smoking on the phone, but how do you determine WHAT they are smoking?). Also, they really want to emphasize that the pipe looked like a gun. Lastly, cops think anything is suspected marijuana.

Sounds like the suspect really was going to rob the detective since he had no drugs to trade and really wanted the detective to get in the car.

Too bad cops don't seem to know how real drug deals are set-up. Arrange a location (got that right). You show the money, the dealer shows the drugs, then you make t ...


I think your assessment is spot on.
That's what jumped out to me when i first started reading.
Most street drug deals take less than 30 seconds, and if anyone anyone spooks or baulks they walk away.
 
2012-08-02 03:50:38 PM
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Mr. White, I took it upon myself to advertise our grand re-opening.

- THE F**K?
 
2012-08-02 05:14:08 PM

BKITU: I tried calling, but I was told there would be no meth.


nice
 
2012-08-02 05:53:16 PM
I have him on speed dial.
 
2012-08-02 06:06:23 PM

Nezorf: Hyjamon: The man had what appeared to be a gun on his lap. The officer said he later realized it was a glass pipe, and the officer thought he used it to smoke meth during their conversation.

The suspect had a dog in his backseat and the undercover detective gave a ruse that he was bitten as a kid so he wouldn't have to get in. Cops (plural all of a sudden?) say the suspect wanted the detective to ride with him, but the officer made a story that his girlfriend was telling him to hurry.

The suspect allegedly tried to coax the officer to ride with him.

"Because (the suspect) and I had over 30 minutes of conversation via text message, photo calls, and in person conversation, I made the determination that (he) was going to sell me illegal narcotics and watched as he smoked illegal narcotics," the detective wrote in a case document.

"I gave the pre-arranged good buy signal and drove the opposite way of (the suspect). I watched in my rear view mirror as the Arrest Team moved in and took (him) into custody without incident."

Police received a search warrant for his Cavalier and seized suspected marijuana, a pill bottle with one pill, the glass pipe shaped like a gun and the suspect's cell phone.

wow there is a lot of soft language here. Apparently the detective is psychic and a bad one at that. He determined that the suspect was going to sell him meth, even though none was found in the car. He thought he was smoking meth on the phone (you may be able to determine someone is smoking on the phone, but how do you determine WHAT they are smoking?). Also, they really want to emphasize that the pipe looked like a gun. Lastly, cops think anything is suspected marijuana.

Sounds like the suspect really was going to rob the detective since he had no drugs to trade and really wanted the detective to get in the car.

Too bad cops don't seem to know how real drug deals are set-up. Arrange a location (got that right). You show the money, the dealer shows the drugs, then you make t ...

I think your assessment is spot on.
That's what jumped out to me when i first started reading.
Most street drug deals take less than 30 seconds, and if anyone anyone spooks or baulks they walk away.


Yeah, you never ask a meth addict to get in your car, that's just asking for trouble.
 
2012-08-02 06:24:50 PM
Steps to take if you're a cop.

Acquire alleged drug dealer's phone number
Print and post a sign that states "if you need meth call this number"
Take down your own sign as evidence
Call number and arrest drug dealer

Who needs probable cause?
 
2012-08-02 09:11:37 PM

LarryDan43: Steps to take if you're a cop.

Acquire alleged drug dealer's phone number
Print and post a sign that states "if you need meth call this number"
Take down your own sign as evidence
Call number and arrest drug dealer

Who needs probable cause?


Thing is, dude, even IF somebody would do this, the meth dealer would still have to answer the phone and AGREE TO A METH DEAL in order to have anything to go on. If somebody prints up some random asshole's phone number on a sign like that, unless random asshole actually agrees to sell meth/other drugs to a caller, no crime has been committed. Heck, most innocent people, if called by a random asshole who asks to purchase drugs, will generally respond along the lines of "Drugs? I don't sell drugs... you have the wrong number." It would end there.
 
2012-08-03 12:57:18 AM

Nezorf: Hyjamon: The man had what appeared to be a gun on his lap. The officer said he later realized it was a glass pipe, and the officer thought he used it to smoke meth during their conversation.

The suspect had a dog in his backseat and the undercover detective gave a ruse that he was bitten as a kid so he wouldn't have to get in. Cops (plural all of a sudden?) say the suspect wanted the detective to ride with him, but the officer made a story that his girlfriend was telling him to hurry.

The suspect allegedly tried to coax the officer to ride with him.

"Because (the suspect) and I had over 30 minutes of conversation via text message, photo calls, and in person conversation, I made the determination that (he) was going to sell me illegal narcotics and watched as he smoked illegal narcotics," the detective wrote in a case document.

"I gave the pre-arranged good buy signal and drove the opposite way of (the suspect). I watched in my rear view mirror as the Arrest Team moved in and took (him) into custody without incident."

Police received a search warrant for his Cavalier and seized suspected marijuana, a pill bottle with one pill, the glass pipe shaped like a gun and the suspect's cell phone.

wow there is a lot of soft language here. Apparently the detective is psychic and a bad one at that. He determined that the suspect was going to sell him meth, even though none was found in the car. He thought he was smoking meth on the phone (you may be able to determine someone is smoking on the phone, but how do you determine WHAT they are smoking?). Also, they really want to emphasize that the pipe looked like a gun. Lastly, cops think anything is suspected marijuana.

Sounds like the suspect really was going to rob the detective since he had no drugs to trade and really wanted the detective to get in the car.

Too bad cops don't seem to know how real drug deals are set-up. Arrange a location (got that right). You show the money, the dealer shows the drugs, then you make t ...

I think your assessment is spot on.
That's what jumped out to me when i first started reading.
Most street drug deals take less than 30 seconds, and if anyone anyone spooks or baulks they walk away.


Street drug deals are the problem. What ever happened to the good old days of knowing your dealer, playing with his dog when you went over, meeting new people with whom you shared at least one common interest?

/Get off my lawn
/no really, there are ninjas hiding on it and they will GET you man
 
2012-08-03 01:09:39 AM

Ashtrey: Nezorf: Hyjamon: The man had what appeared to be a gun on his lap. The officer said he later realized it was a glass pipe, and the officer thought he used it to smoke meth during their conversation.

The suspect had a dog in his backseat and the undercover detective gave a ruse that he was bitten as a kid so he wouldn't have to get in. Cops (plural all of a sudden?) say the suspect wanted the detective to ride with him, but the officer made a story that his girlfriend was telling him to hurry.

The suspect allegedly tried to coax the officer to ride with him.

"Because (the suspect) and I had over 30 minutes of conversation via text message, photo calls, and in person conversation, I made the determination that (he) was going to sell me illegal narcotics and watched as he smoked illegal narcotics," the detective wrote in a case document.

"I gave the pre-arranged good buy signal and drove the opposite way of (the suspect). I watched in my rear view mirror as the Arrest Team moved in and took (him) into custody without incident."

Police received a search warrant for his Cavalier and seized suspected marijuana, a pill bottle with one pill, the glass pipe shaped like a gun and the suspect's cell phone.

wow there is a lot of soft language here. Apparently the detective is psychic and a bad one at that. He determined that the suspect was going to sell him meth, even though none was found in the car. He thought he was smoking meth on the phone (you may be able to determine someone is smoking on the phone, but how do you determine WHAT they are smoking?). Also, they really want to emphasize that the pipe looked like a gun. Lastly, cops think anything is suspected marijuana.

Sounds like the suspect really was going to rob the detective since he had no drugs to trade and really wanted the detective to get in the car.

Too bad cops don't seem to know how real drug deals are set-up. Arrange a location (got that right). You show the money, the dealer shows the drugs ...


I suspect you may have pot confused with meth.
 
2012-08-03 01:49:29 AM
If the cops posted signs saying "CALL IF YOU NEED METH" along with one of their own phone numbers, I wonder how many users they could bust.
 
2012-08-03 03:11:20 AM
Ashtrey: Street drug deals are the problem. What ever happened to the good old days of knowing your dealer, playing with his dog when you went over, meeting new people with whom you shared at least one common interest?

You know, throwing around the Frisbee, maybe some hackysacking, then pound on some drum circle, then go back to the apartment and drink a pitcher of lemonade and eat all last night's pasta, listen to some Phish, watch some Judge Joe Brown and then Cheaters until your girlfriend gets home from work.
 
2012-08-03 08:30:44 AM

Skyrmion: If the cops posted signs saying "CALL IF YOU NEED METH" along with one of their own phone numbers, I wonder how many users they could bust.


AFAIK buying isn't a crime, only possessing and selling. So having a bunch of people call that need some (i.e.don't have any) would be a waste of time.
 
2012-08-03 11:36:02 AM

DoBeDoBeDo: AFAIK buying isn't a crime, only possessing and selling. So having a bunch of people call that need some (i.e.don't have any) would be a waste of time.


<romero>Drug-related criminal laws vary from place to place.</romero>

<romero>Immediately after successfully purchasing methamphetamine, you will be in possession of methamphetamine.</romero>
 
2012-08-03 03:18:44 PM

DoBeDoBeDo: Skyrmion: If the cops posted signs saying "CALL IF YOU NEED METH" along with one of their own phone numbers, I wonder how many users they could bust.

AFAIK buying isn't a crime, only possessing and selling. So having a bunch of people call that need some (i.e.don't have any) would be a waste of time.


Ya, there's almost no way that's true...and even if it was, once you buy you're in possession...
 
2012-08-04 04:00:50 PM
FTFA: While the suspect was smoking what the officer believed to be meth, he blew the smoke in his dog's face to convince the officer that the dog was calm and the officer could get in his car with them.

Cause nothing puts you at ease like knowing the stranger's dog next to you is twacked out on meth.
 
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