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Saturday, November 3, 2012

Man Jailed On Drug Charges

 Man Jailed On Drug Charges
A Shinglehouse man was sent to Potter County Jail on Friday after he was arraigned before District Judge Kari A. Stubbs on drug charges filed by Shinglehouse officer Bradley S. Buchholz.

Derek Fagan, 28, of Shinglehouse, PA, was arraigned at 7:15 PM on Friday for the following charges:


Judge Stubbs set bail at $10,000. percentage. Fagan was committed to the jail when he was unable to post bail. He faces a preliminary hearing on November 6, 2012.

8 comments :

Anonymous said...

Probably that damn marijuana. How dare he?

Anonymous said...

Last time I checked marijuana was still illegal.

Anonymous said...

The way the police stack those charges up you'd think they were pancakes.

You should charge him for every molecule separately. That will really show him.

And my taxes can go to pay for a million gagillion years in prison

...where, I might add, he'll make clothes for 13cents/hr and we'll wonder why we can't afford to pay Americans to work in factories anymore (and if we could they couldn't compete with the prison labor.)

bad-dum-dum JUSTICE!

Anonymous said...

post 10:50 why don't you go count every molecule and then report back to us. Good point post 10:46, you got your smarty pants on today ? And OMG how dare he..

Anonymous said...

10:50 you might find this interesting

http://hosted.ap.org/dynamic/stories/U/US_PRISON_FACTORIES_JOBS?SITE=AP&SECTION=HOME&TEMPLATE=DEFAULT&CTIME=2012-11-04-10-21-17

Makes you wonder if we are in the business of justice anymore, or just slave labor.

Anonymous said...

I say throw the book at him. There is too much drugs in Shinglehouse.

Anonymous said...

was it in fact marijuana or perhaps meth? the term in question is "manufacture" and if it was a meth lab, clothing "manufacture" at 13 cents an hour sounds good to me. there are to many dangerous drugs in shinglehouse

Anonymous said...

They use "manufacture" if your putting weed in a bag. They will get him one way or another. Definately need to update the rules though. They run on 40 year old drug laws and its corrupt. Why should a guy with a joint get the same charges as a meth dealer?