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Thursday, March 7, 2019

Bradford Woman Arrested By McKean County Drug Task Force

On March 5, 2019 Detectives with the McKean County Drug Task Force arrested Tuesday Hale for delivering crack cocaine a Schedule II Controlled Substance. 

Detectives seized additional suspected crack cocaine following the arrest. 

The detectives were assisted by officers with the Bradford City Police Department and Bradford Township Police. 

Hale was charged with Delivery of a Controlled Substance- Felony; Criminal Use of a Communication Device- Felony 3; Possession of a Controlled Substance -Misdemeanor; and Possession of Drug Paraphernalia- Misdemeanor. 

Hale was arraigned by District Magisterial Judge Engman who set bail at $25,000. Hale was remanded to the McKean County Prison in lieu of bail.


Anonymous said...


Don Snay said...

It's sad what drugs are doing to this country.

Anonymous said...

Her name is Tuesday??

Anonymous said...

That's right. Keep her off the streets the more they get and keep locked up the better!

Anonymous said...

Crack coacaine, a schedule II drug..........yet cannabis is Schedule I. See the problem GOPers? Now go ahead and tell me how crack is safer than weed so I can have a good laugh.

Anonymous said...

Big surprise!! Same time next year you we will see her arrested again. This has been going on for 30 years. Always walks. Drug informate is my guess. Sad image for Mckean County, from citizens that watch and read the unfairness in our judicial system. Should be locked up.
Along with the drug business, stealing and selling stolen property along with conning people. Oh do we remember, the fella she took for
Thousands of dollars for the story that her daughter was in the hospital in critical condition.....the son she hid from police...... 30 years should be enough for the tax payers to pay for court cost......enough already.

Anonymous said...

It's *ALLOWED*, not aloud 11:44. Spell much? However, I agree, she should not receive bail.

How2b said...

I remember this name as well! What happened to the 3 strikes you're out rule?
Funny how some rules don't apply to all. Disgusting

Anonymous said...

She looks very tired.

Anonymous said...

Tuesday got arrested on Tuesday hahaha!

Anonymous said...

@1:24, I'll try to dumb myself down and explain this. You do realize that a schedule I drug is considered not as harmful as a Schedule II drug?

In simple terms, Schedule I drugs have the potential to be addictive. Schedule II have the potential to to be highly addictive and cause dependency.

As an advocate for marijuana, you're certainly not helping your case. Political agenda-based bias, conjecture, and ignorance is really no way to prove a point.

I'm not religious but otherwise ultra-Conservative. I and most Conservatives that I know, could care less if you smoke weed until your cognitive abilities are completely bogged down by resin and bong water. In fact, I've said before, I hope they legalize we don't have to hear you people talk about it anymore.

It's simply annoying and ridiculous that people are arguing which drug is safer to alter their reality with. Is reality too tough?

Lastly, I know no "GOPers" who believe that crack is "safer" than weed. That's just uninformed paranoia. Which is a symptom of bad weed and a better case for you to use in your quest for legalization.

Anonymous said...

Tuesday huh well sounds like old news anyways guess she is doomed to remain a day late dollar short..

Anonymous said...

Folks, she could use a hug now!

Anonymous said...

Bail was definitely not set high enough !

Anonymous said...

@10:48 you need to learn your federal controlled substances act. Schedule 1 drugs; The drug or other substance has a high potential for abuse.
The drug or other substance has no currently accepted medical treatment use in the U.S.
It has a lack of accepted safety for use under medical supervision. Schedule 2 drugs; Substances in this schedule have a high potential for abuse which may lead to severe psychological or physical dependence. Schedule 2 can be prescribed by a doctor, schedule one can never be prescribed. Marijuana does not fit this definition.

Anonymous said...

@7:39, before I spend the time pointing out how ridiculous and stick-your-foot-in-your-mouth your post need to learn how to read. Maybe spend some time practicing comprehension. Please go back, re-read the original post, and then my reply. Take your time and then take it in context.