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Tuesday, February 2, 2010

Three Jailed On Drug Charges In McKean County

Drug Task Force Arrests Three People

Three people were arrrested late last night by the McKean County Drug Task Force.

Several officers of the drug task force conducted a series of controlled purchases of crack cocaine and Oxycontin in the Bradford area. As a result of that, Keith Murphy of Buffalo, Janine Heitzinger of Olean and Andrew Cauley of Bradford were arrested and charged with felony and misdemeanor drug-related charges.

They were all arraigned by District Judge Rich Luther and sent to McKean County Jail on $5,000 bail each.

Preliminary hearings are scheduled for February 10.

The task force was assisted by the City of Bradford Police Department.

18 comments :

Anonymous said...

5,000 bail that's a slap on the hand.druggies have that in their back pocket. or they can sell more to get it.

Anonymous said...

bail them out so they can sell more .why let them get away with it

Anonymous said...

I wish they would clean up the Port Allegany and Roulette druggies. We all know who they are.

Anonymous said...

that would'nt leave many people left in roulette.

Anonymous said...

The PSP does have hotlines for this sort of thing. You don't even have to tell them your name.

Take pride in your communtiy, report them.

Anonymous said...

If Janine is Pok's daughter my thoughts go out to her mother. She is such a hard worker too bad she doesn't follow her mom's example.

Anonymous said...

It's not just Port and Roulette, it's all the towns. Just check with highschool kids and they can tell you how bad it is. Unfortunately when they are caught with anything at school it is hushed. They just don't want to deal with what comes with reporting it. If ya don't report it does that mean you're not quilty if something happens to a student? Do you justify in your own mind it's ok I should have but have an excuse why I ignored it

Anonymous said...

Does Potter County Have A Drug Task Force?

Dr Shiznitz said...

Sure they do....you can meet them in person at Sheetz around midnite...right before they go sit in the Northwoods parking lot to see if anyone is urinating in the dark.

Anonymous said...

"Does Potter County Have A Drug Task Force?"

Maybe our Commisioners could answer that one. Do we?

Anonymous said...

The schools in our area have policies in place. Most of the time high school students are required to participate in the Student Assistance program which refers students to Drug and Alcohol treatment if they have drug and alcohol charges or if they were caught on school property. With drug and alcohol confidentiality regulations, parents wouldn't know if their child was receiving drug and alcohol treatment unless they signed a consent for their parents. Don't blame the schools for letting it slide, where are the parents when the kid is buying the drugs or stealing it from your home cupboard.

Anonymous said...

The schools in our area have policies in place. Most of the time high school students are required to participate in the Student Assistance program which refers students to Drug and Alcohol treatment if they have drug and alcohol charges or if they were caught on school property. With drug and alcohol confidentiality regulations, parents wouldn't know if their child was receiving drug and alcohol treatment unless they signed a consent for their parents. Don't blame the schools for letting it slide, where are the parents when the kid is buying the drugs or stealing it from your home cupboard.

Anonymous said...

Sounds like the school(s) would rather let the problem grow rather then tarnish their name.

Such a pitty. A chance to make a differnce in a childs life and the schools put image first.

Granted this article doesn't indicate age or whether they were students.

Anonymous said...

Anyone know if Potter County has a Drug Task Force???

Mr Realistic said...

It isn't the schools fault that this policy in place. iot comes down to the fact that our society has weakened itself so much that we can't discipline our kids when they do something wrong and now we parent's donn't even know when something has happened. I rememeber back in the day that my parents knew that I had gotten in trouble at school before I even got home to tell them....and punishment was applied and believe me...I didn't get to stand in "time out". I have never messed with drugs or been in jail and I believe I owe it all to the principals of my parents and the school system.

Oh...by the way....we said a prayer and the pledge of allegiance EVERY DAY>>

Anonymous said...

If all the drugs in the town of Austin and the Austin school were rounded up they would need a tractor trailor to haul them !

Anonymous said...

I know from my own experience at Coudy if you get caught with drugs/alcohol in school they DO tell your parents, you DO get suspended and the police ARE called and I did have to do "drug and alcohol counseling" and my parents knew, what was said in the sessions was confidential, but it was part of what I had to do in order to go back to school... and my parents DID discipline me and they did NOT get into trouble, I DID! Once...

Anonymous said...

As far as the comment about reporting it to the police, I have done this over and over the past ten or so years. So far, they are still in business selling the drugs. They don't have any other income besides picking up junk when they need money. What a life.