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Posted by: thepinetree on 09/14/2017 05:35 PM Updated by: thepinetree on 09/14/2017 05:35 PM
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Trio Arrested at Chicken Ranch for Heroin & Methamphetamine Use & Possession

Jamestown, CA...Last night Deputies responded to the Chicken Ranch Casino for a report of drug use in the parking lot. Deputies approached the gray Toyota Camry and contacted driver 33-year-old Sean Bachman and passenger 24-year old Moriah Do, both of Manteca. A records check was done on the occupants and revealed they were wanted in San Joaquin County. They pair admitted to using heroin in the parking lot and were placed under arrest. A man who had been in the vehicle with Bachman and Do, was standing nearby with Casino Security. 24-year-old Mark Hyder was found to be in possession of hypodermic needles, heroin and methamphetamine. (Editor's Note: A Mark Hyder was arrested recently for drug use in front of Tractor Supply as well.)





A search of the vehicle netted numerous hypodermic needles and drug paraphernalia.

All three subjects were arrested and transported to the Tuolumne County Jail for possession of a controlled substance and possession of drug paraphernalia.

Bachman was also booked on his warrant from San Joaquin County for violating Post Release Community Supervision and Do was booked on a San Joaquin County warrant for charges of transportation and sale of a controlled substance.

Additionally, heroin was found hidden in the clothing of Do during a search by jail personnel.

We are thankful for our continued partnerships with local businesses who help keep a watchful eye in the community.


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No Subject
Posted on: 2017-09-14 19:38:56   By: Anonymous
 
Drug use is beyond epidemic! Sad for the user's, sad for the families, sad for society! So what do we do? I personally have no answers, do we lock them up, and require comprehensive drug rehab, that is tough and fair? Seems like our news is full of drug , and drug related problems! Theft, driving under the influence, more problems than we can name! Parents, if you care about your children, stay on top of them, ask question's you are the parent, discourage your child from hanging out with kids that have no goals, and be smart enough not to introduce them to entry level drugs! All of these drug offenders we're little children at one time, where did their drug abuse start, and why did it?

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    Re: what?
    Posted on: 2017-09-14 19:59:21   By: Anonymous
     
    Many drug users began during Obama's administration.
    Can you blame them?..........There was no hope and only bad change.

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      Re: what?
      Posted on: 2017-09-14 23:13:11   By: Anonymous
       
      You are a sh!t stain on humanity.

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      healthcare
      Posted on: 2017-09-14 23:15:56   By: Anonymous
       
      With the expansion of access to healthcare came increased access to doctors. Doctors prescribe opioid pain medication. The overprescription of pain medication has contributed to the nationwide opioid epidemic. It is more apt to blame overprescription than access to health care.
      Think it though.
      Health care is good. Too much unneeded pain mediation is bad.



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        Re: healthcare
        Posted on: 2017-09-15 06:10:43   By: Anonymous
         
        "With the expansion of access to healthcare came increased access to doctors. Doctors prescribe opioid pain medication."
        AHA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA He's blaming the Doctors for these guys drug use. HA HA HA HA HA HA HA Yeah buddy, check out their mug shots on MML and tell me how it's the doctors fault again? AHA HA HA HA HA HA Try bad parenting before you blame the doctors, OK EINSTEIN AHA HA HA HA HA HA
        It's the doctors fault little Timmy flunked school and hung around with the 'wrong crowd" let's blame the Doctors for Timmy growing up with no one else asking question like did you do your homework son? Where will you be when school gets out? Who is that or what are the names of your friends? Who will you be with? You have chores to do when you get home right after school. It's the Doctors fault that Timmy hung around that guy from Modesto with the tattoos on his neck and face. Or it the Doctors fault that, the guy has those tattoos on his neck and face. Right Einstein? because the Doctors gave a prescription to that guys parents 32 years ago, instead of being a good parent who asked question.
        Thanks Doctors for creating those kids years ago to become drug users.
        HANG ALL THE DOCTORS, STRING'EM UP FROM THE NEAREST TREE, I GOT ME A ROPE
        AHA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA
        Thanks for the laugh Einstein, I needed a pick me up this morning. You a funny guy

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    Re:
    Posted on: 2017-09-15 05:45:02   By: Anonymous
     
    It is an epidemic, and Sonora is like a magnet to them. Add to the fact, these drug users and criminals always seem to walk away after being arrested is beyond belief. Letting them out from behind bars with just a slap on the hands certainly doesn't seem to have any affect on them, does it?
    Sadly, it's going to get worse before it gets better. One would think if they actually were kept behind bars, it would be pretty hard for the druggies to continue to sell drugs and commit crimes to afford their habit.



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      Re: Truth Prevails
      Posted on: 2017-09-15 13:33:07   By: Anonymous
       
      Blame the Democrats for this explosion of drug abuse.
      Democrats are soft on border control, so drugs flow freely into our country.
      Democrats are soft on crime, so Bills like AB109 get passed and turn law enforcement into a catch and release system.
      Democrats have ruined the economy, so bored unemployed people have no hope but to try an escape into drugs.

      Don't like this government circle jerk of hopelessness, addiction and crime?
      Quit voting Democrat and start Making America Great Again!

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    Re:
    Posted on: 2017-09-15 08:32:37   By: Anonymous
     
    Too bad pot is at the root of many of these non-productive citizens who move on to even worse drugs and a life of crime and just are just a plain nuisance to society. Kids, don't smoke that crap, it will get you nowhere other than high and vulnerable to worse things happening in your lives.

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      Re:
      Posted on: 2017-09-16 06:21:48   By: Anonymous
       
      Actually most of it all starts with alcohol sir. Little David seeing Mom and Dad drinking and he wants to see what it's all about. 85% of hard drug users/abusers said their first drug use was alcohol as kids. I think you need to focus on that first, keep your bottles locked up. Alcohol was the first drug, marijuana, and a big one everyone misses, prescription medication from your doctor. Ban medical grows and try to use that tiny, ignorant little mind of yours, if that's even possible. Open your eyes and look around for a change. Or just go back to the bar, or your liquor cabinet and have another drink, what's the use of seeing the truth when you don't agree with it.

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Re: healthcare
Posted on: 2017-09-15 05:06:27   By: Anonymous
 
Yes there is an opioid epidemic, but I'm pretty sure the Drs are not prescribing Heroin & Methamphetamine (which he was arrested for twice!! that night) to these fine upstanding citizens who live here and flock up here. So let's not blame the doctors for the pieces of *bleep* the Judges keep letting out. I doubt these great citizens who live here and the "tourist" who come up for a visit their drug pusher, do not have a doctor appointment in their near future, unless of course they're incarnated for an extended vacation.

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No Subject
Posted on: 2017-09-15 14:47:42   By: Anonymous
 
Put them in camps.

At first, regulate their activities 100%.

Gradually, as they take responsibility for their own life, grant them incremtal freedoms. Up to the final stage of transitioning back to society.

Euthanize the ones that don't respond.

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