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Friday, January 7, 2011

Port Man Pleads to Drug Charge

Port Man Pleads to Drug Charge
WESB NEWS

A Port Allegany man, who had been arrested in last July's drug bust in McKean County, has pleaded guilty to drug charges. 51 year-old Scott Kinney was charged with possession of morphine with the intent to deliver.

Kinney will be sentenced on March 3.

11 comments :

Anonymous said...

take all the drugies down.and keep them off the welfare line

Anonymous said...

AMEN 3:12!!!

Anonymous said...

@10:19 pm...

Amen? You invoke God in applause of a judgmental and harsh retort? Don't ever underestimate the power of addiction and despair.

Did you know the average duration of a welfare account is 2.3 years? Give the dude treatment and welfare and get him back on his feet as a tax paying citizen. DO not judge. Bring him back into the fold of society. Do NOT encourage him to return to his selfish ways. Teach a man to fish for God's sake.

I swear, the Christians around hear continue to spout the most UN-Christian and judgmental venom, it dismays me.

Anonymous said...

11:31 you are 100% correct on your entire post.... Kinda scary isn`t it ? This must be a perfect society ?

Anonymous said...

Most of the welfare people I know have been on it for years & years generation to generation. Where did you get your information?????

Anonymous said...

Oh so quick to judge. I personally know Mr. Kinney and he is a good person that went through a tough time. He served his country in the NAVY and was a very hard worker when he got out, he hurt his back from his hard work and has a scar down his back prove it. He was waiting on a SSI setlement when the drug charge happend. He was reciving some strong pain meds and when that wasnt enough he turned to drinking. Unfortunatly our "system" gave him very little $ to survive on so he turned to selling his meds, which isnt right but you do what you have to do to survive. When he recived his settlement he bought a house, not drugs! He may not be a perfect person but I know he is a GOOD person. Once again... He is a VETRAN who gave his life for his country, have you? Dont judge a person untill you walk a mile in there shoes!!!!!!

Anonymous said...

gave his life his country?! where was he killled???

Anonymous said...

Get off your soap box 11:31. You are probably the one who supplies him. And to 1:59, he is alive so he didn't give his life for his country either, so don't you DARE to include him in with those who did give ALL.

Anonymous said...

Hey 1:59.
Your comments are excellent. They really make me think about things.
So many of us are so quick to judge.
I hope that this individual is able to come to terms with his problems and stay on the right track.
Thank you for having the courage to post your comments.

Anonymous said...

When you sign up for any branch of service you ARE giving your life for your country. If you dont want to stand behind a vetran feel free to stand in front of him!

Anonymous said...

2:44 "supplies" means gave them to him, that isnt what he is charged with, he is charged with selling them, so in which case would make the Pharmacy the supplier. And in my eyes, ANYONE who served there country is willing to give all, not that it excuses the charges, what he did was against the law, but not everyone who makes mistakes is a bad person