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Thursday, November 8, 2012

Galeton Man Arrested In Oklahoma On Fugitive Warrant

Joshua Lee Foster of Galeton, PA, was jailed in Osage County, Oklahoma on October 26, 2012 on charges of being a fugitive from justice and Unlawful Possession of Paraphernalia.

Shinglehouse Police Officer Bradley Buchholz filed Felony Drug charges on July 9, 2012 in District Court against Foster for an incident in Galeton on October 27, 2010 .


Anonymous said...

Wonder what drugs they got him with. They need to raid the entire town of Galeton. There is a drug epidemic there for sure. Makes bradford look like heaven

Anonymous said...

All Of Potter County has become a hole. Meth is everywhere!! Not to mention all the pills. I am glad to be living out of the aera right now.

Anonymous said...

Good point! I live in Austin and think it has become the center of the hole you call potter county!

Anonymous said...

Where ever it is you moved to from Potter county drugs are there too.

Even if the police kicked in every door in potter county twice a week and raided them for drugs people would still find a way.

Anonymous said...

Add Genesee to that list as well. No one looking there and the town folk are on their own.

Kathy Butler said...

That is a load of crap. Drugs are bad everywhere, probably least of all Galeton or Potter County. I live in Kentucky but have been to Galeton and who ever said that Potter County is the worst for drugs obviously doesn't know what the hell they are talking about!!!!!!!!!!!

Anonymous said...

I can honestly say i am from Galeton and have lived all over the country, and have not seen so many drug addicts per capita as there is in Potter Co.