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« Reply #920 on: September 10, 2010, 09:06:15 AM »

Pill sales pose threat in Putnam, Hardy says

By Kristin Chambers
Published: Friday, September 10, 2010 12:56 AM EDT

Highly addictive and dangerously potent, prescription pills are the new deadly drug of choice in Putnam County, Sheriff Jeff Hardy says.

Since the first of the year, 16 people have died from prescribed narcotic pills in the county, Hardy said.

And like families across Florida, even the sheriff fears for his loved one's lives as the easily accessible drug consumes lifestyles.

"This drug knows absolutely no boundaries whatsoever," Hardy said told members of the Kiwanis Club of Palatka on Thursday.

"These are people that you know, these are people's children, these are decent people that get attached to this horrible addiction, and it's so horrible that it's almost as if they can't escape it," he said "Every person is going to be affected in some way, shape or form," Hardy added.

Even some elderly veterans in need of money are selling their prescription narcotics obtained legally through VA clinics.

"They didn't mean to become drug dealers, they just happened to become drug dealers," Hardy said.

When it comes to the impact drug abuse has on families, the sheriff is speaking from experience. Deputies in May arrested his son, Joshua Troy Imm, for selling methamphetamine, another serious drug issue in Putnam.

"He came up on the radar of my narcotics unit, and I am the one that ordered him arrested," Hardy told the club members.

"For 26 years, my son never had a problem," Hardy said. "He was a great dad, a hard worker, made good money and I watched his life spiral out of control (snapping his fingers) that fast."

Hardy said demand is high for drugs with names like oxycodone and roxicodone, which are basically synthetic heroin absorbed into the body by being snorted, smoked or injected.

"These pills are one and a half times stronger than pure morphine, and so what is happening is these pills are going for $15 to $30 apiece," Hardy said. "This has become the drug of choice."

The majority of illegally obtained drugs stem from Broward and Palm Beach counties, where more than 200 federally protected pain clinics turned pill mills are run, Hardy said.

Fake MRIs bought on the black market are used to get prescriptions for an average of 230 narcotic pills - bought with $450 cash.

"People don't realize that Putnam County is a target rich environment for narcotics," he said. "This epidemic with this drug makes crack look like cotton candy."

On Oct. 1, a new law referred to as the Pill Mill Bill will take effect in Florida with the goal to help reduce illegal prescriptions.

Doctors will only be able to write a three-day prescription to cash purchasers, which according to Hardy, will help deter drug transactions.

"People from Putnam County are not going to drive to Broward and Palm Beach every three days," Hardy said.

Desperate addicts in search of their fix may cause crime to increase, however.

"I believe there is a possibility that our crime rate will go up," Hardy said. "The pills are going to be harder to get, the demand is still going to be there, and we are going to have to combat that issue."

He warned residents to hide medications in areas other than bathrooms and medicine cabinets, which is where most addicts will search during household visits or burglaries.

Meanwhile, residents with old prescriptions have the opportunity to clean out medicine cabinets and bring old or unwanted medications to one of four locations around Putnam County on Sept. 25 to be safely destroyed.

Drop-off locations include:

n Putnam County Sheriff's Office, 130 Orie Griffin Boulevard, Palatka

n Hitchcock's Plaza, 1114 State Road 20, Interlachen

n PCSO South District Office, 1196 U.S. 17 South, Satsuma

n Edgar Johnson Senior Center, 1215 Westover Drive, Palatka

Drop-off locations will be open from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

The disposal service, run by the Putnam County Sheriff's Office, Palatka Police Department and Florida Department of Law Enforcement, is free and anonymous, no questions asked.

Burying or flushing pills is not recommended, since the strong drugs could potentially contaminate the water system.

kchambers@palatkadailynews.com
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« Reply #921 on: September 10, 2010, 12:40:55 PM »

Cummings, 26, was initially charged with five counts, and the remaining two were dropped as part of a plea agreement.
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« Reply #922 on: September 10, 2010, 05:57:03 PM »

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« Reply #923 on: September 10, 2010, 06:10:46 PM »

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Hank Croslin didn't have a new attorney assigned so they continued the hearing until Oct 21.
They are in the process of assigning him a new state funded attny. Nothing happened today. Continued.

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« Reply #924 on: September 10, 2010, 11:18:40 PM »

I do have a little good news on the Pill Billy area...you can go to FDA.gov and check out more but the new Perdue OxyContin formulation has hit the streets and the freaks are pizzed!!!!  Looks like they can't sell them for much cause you can't crush, melt or whatever you want to do to it to make it more usuable in an illegal way.  I know some addict will come up with a new way to abuse it but I do hope it takes a while.  I say hiphiphooray!  Maybe one up for the actual pain sufferers having a hard time just because of all the abusers.  There is also a limit to how many oxycodone a manufacturer can make and how many a pharmacy can order at one time so this puts a real dent on the little Roxies too!!!  I'm so happy!  Here in FL, one of the last states to have it, we will be on the RX Monitoring System later this year or first of next.  Bout time.
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« Reply #925 on: September 11, 2010, 08:32:21 PM »

I do have a little good news on the Pill Billy area...you can go to FDA.gov and check out more but the new Perdue OxyContin formulation has hit the streets and the freaks are pizzed!!!!  Looks like they can't sell them for much cause you can't crush, melt or whatever you want to do to it to make it more usuable in an illegal way.  I know some addict will come up with a new way to abuse it but I do hope it takes a while.  I say hiphiphooray!  Maybe one up for the actual pain sufferers having a hard time just because of all the abusers.  There is also a limit to how many oxycodone a manufacturer can make and how many a pharmacy can order at one time so this puts a real dent on the little Roxies too!!!  I'm so happy!  Here in FL, one of the last states to have it, we will be on the RX Monitoring System later this year or first of next.  Bout time.

This is awesome news.  Too bad it didn't happen sooner....
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« Reply #926 on: September 11, 2010, 10:46:06 PM »

I do have a little good news on the Pill Billy area...you can go to FDA.gov and check out more but the new Perdue OxyContin formulation has hit the streets and the freaks are pizzed!!!!  Looks like they can't sell them for much cause you can't crush, melt or whatever you want to do to it to make it more usuable in an illegal way.  I know some addict will come up with a new way to abuse it but I do hope it takes a while.  I say hiphiphooray!  Maybe one up for the actual pain sufferers having a hard time just because of all the abusers.  There is also a limit to how many oxycodone a manufacturer can make and how many a pharmacy can order at one time so this puts a real dent on the little Roxies too!!!  I'm so happy!  Here in FL, one of the last states to have it, we will be on the RX Monitoring System later this year or first of next.  Bout time.
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« Reply #927 on: September 11, 2010, 10:54:16 PM »

UCN:    542010CF000147XXAXMX
File Date:    01/21/2010
Judge:    TERRY J LARUE
Case Status:    REOPENED CASE
Defense Atty:    WERTER, JAMES S
Case File Location:   CRIMINAL DIVISION

Defendant:   CROSLIN, HANK T JR
Alias:   No Alias Records

Date   #   Docket Description
01/21/2010   1   COMPLAINT - PCSO DET. T CAMPBELL (12/22/09)
01/21/2010   1   BOOKING NUMBER: N/A
01/21/2010   1   TRAFFICKING OXYCODONE
01/21/2010   2   WARRANT ISSUED - BOND SET AT $100,000.00
01/22/2010   3   ARREST REPORT: TRAFFICKING IN OXYCODONE (1/20/10)
01/22/2010   4   MOTION FOR PRODUCTION AND DISCLOSURE OF SOURCE OF
01/22/2010   4   BAIL PREMIUM AND COLLATERAL PRIOR TO DEFENDANT'S
01/22/2010   4   RELEASE ON BAIL ("NEBBIA HEARING")
01/22/2010   5   ORDER REQUIRING PRODUCTION AND DISCLOSURE OF SOURCE
01/22/2010   5   OF BAIL PREMIUM AND COLLATERAL ("NEBBIA HEARING")
01/22/2010   5   PRIOR TO DEFENDANT'S RELEASE ON BAIL
01/22/2010   6   ORDER TO TRANSPORT DEFENDANT TO ST JOHNS COUNTY FROM
01/22/2010   6   PUTNAM COUNTY, FLORIDA
01/22/2010   7   WARRANT RETURNED EXECUTED
02/03/2010   8   INFORMATION - TRAFFICKING IN OXYCODONE (4G - 14G)
02/03/2010   9   MOTION TO TRANSFER TO DIV 52
02/03/2010   10   ORDER TRANSFERRING CASE TO DIV 52
02/03/2010   11   MOTION TO CONSOLIDATE FOR TRIAL
02/09/2010   12   ORDER TO CONSOLIDATE
02/09/2010   13   MOTION AND ORDER TO TRANSPORT
02/09/2010   13   03/05/2010 ST JOHNS COUNTY
02/09/2010   14   NOTICE OF APPEARANCE AND APPLICATION TO THE CLERK FOR
02/09/2010   14   A COPY OF THE INDICTMENT OR INFORMATION AND THE
02/09/2010   14   ENDORSEMENTS THEREON FILED BY: JAMES S WERTER (FAX)
02/09/2010   15   NOTICE OF INTENT TO PARTICIPATE IN DISCOVERY (FAX)
02/10/2010   16   NOTICE OF APPEARANCE AND APPLICATION TO THE CLERK FOR
02/10/2010   16   A COPY OF THE INDICTMENT OR INFORMATION AND THE
02/10/2010   16   ENDORSEMENTS THEREON FILE BY:JAMES S WERTER (ORIGINAL)
02/10/2010   17   NOTICE OF INTENT TO PARTICIPATE IN DISCOVERY(ORIGINAL)
02/16/2010   18   NOTICE OF APPEARANCE AND PLEA OF NOT GUILTY AND
02/16/2010   18   APPLICATION TO THE CLERK FOR A COPY OF THE INDICTMENT
02/16/2010   18   OR INFORMATION AND THE ENDORSEMENTS THEREON
02/16/2010   18   FILED BY:JAMES S WERTER (FAX)
02/16/2010   19   ORDER TO TRANSPORT RETURNED UNEXECUTED - CASE
02/16/2010   19   CONTINUED TO 03/31/2010
02/18/2010   20   NOTICE OF APPEARANCE AND PLEA OF NOT GUILTY AND
02/18/2010   20   APPLICATION TO THE CLERK FOR A COPY OF THE INDICTMENT
02/18/2010   20   OR INFORMATION AND THE ENDORSEMENTS THEREON
02/18/2010   20   FILED BY: JAMES WERTER (ORIGINAL)
03/01/2010   21   STATE'S DISCOVERY EXHIBIT
03/01/2010   22   WITNESS LIST
03/01/2010   23   DEMAND FOR RECIPROCAL DISCLOSURE
03/11/2010   24   SUPPLEMENTAL DISCOVERY / WITNESS LIST
03/12/2010   25   NOTICE TO DEFENDANT (03-31-2010) IN JAIL
03/12/2010   26   NOTICE TO ATTORNEY (03-31-2010)
03/29/2010   27   SUPPLEMENTAL DISCOVERY / WITNESS LIST
03/31/2010   28   PRE TRIAL MINUTES: DEFT PRES, ATT BY JAMES WERTER
03/31/2010   28   ON MOTION OF DEFENSE COUNSEL, COURT ORDERED CASE
03/31/2010   28   CONTINUED TO 05/13/2010
04/07/2010   29   NOTICE TO DEFENDANT (05-13-2010) IN JAIL
04/07/2010   30   NOTICE TO ATTORNEY (05-13-2010)
05/13/2010   31   PRE TRIAL MINUTES: DEFT PRES, ATT BY JAMES WERTER
05/13/2010   31   ON MOTION OF DEFENSE COUNSEL, COURT ORDERED CASE
05/13/2010   31   CONTINUED TO 06/03/2010
05/17/2010   32   NOTICE OF INTENT TO PARTICIPATE IN DISCOVERY
05/18/2010   33   NOTICE TO ATTORNEY (06-03-2010)
05/18/2010   34   NOTICE TO DEFENDANT (06-03-2010) IN JAIL
06/03/2010   35   PRE TRIAL MINUTES: DEFT PRES, ATT BY JAMES WERTER
06/03/2010   35   W/D FORMER PLEA, PLEAD NOLO A/C TO TRAFFICKING IN
06/03/2010   35   HYDROCODONE (4G-14G)
06/03/2010   35   ADVISED OF MAX PENALTY 30YRS DOC &/OR $15000 FINE
06/03/2010   35   PLEA ACCEPTED, PSI ORDERED, SENTENCING SET 07/06/2010
06/03/2010   36   REQUEST FOR PSI
06/08/2010   37   NOTICE TO ATTORNEY (07-06-2010)
06/08/2010   38   NOTICE TO DEFENDANT (07-06-2010) IN JAIL
06/14/2010   39   NOTICE RETURNED UNEXECUTED (NOT IN OUR JAIL)
06/15/2010   40   SUPPLEMENTAL DISCOVERY / WITNESS LIST
07/01/2010   41   MOTION FOR ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE AND ORDER OF
07/01/2010   41   PROHIBITION REQUEST FOR EXPEDITED HEARING
07/01/2010   41   HEARING SET 07/16/2010 AT 2:30 PM
07/02/2010   42   NOTICE OF HEARING SET ON 07/16/2010 AT 2:30 PM
07/02/2010   42   DEFENDANT'S MOTION TO SHOW CAUSE AND ORDER OF
07/02/2010   42   PROHIBITION REQUEST FOR EXPEDITED HEARING
07/06/2010   43   SENTENCING MINUTES: COURT ORDERED CASE CONTINUED TO
07/06/2010   43   NEXT SENTENCING 08/06/2010
07/06/2010   44   NOTICE TO ATTORNEY (08-06-2010)
07/06/2010   45   NOTICE TO DEFENDANT (08-06-2010)
07/08/2010   46   MOTION TO STRIKE AND/OR DISMISS THE DEFENDANTS MOTION
07/08/2010   46   FOR ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE AND ORDER OF PROHIBITION
07/08/2010   47   MOTION TO STRIKE AND/OR DISMISS THE DEFENDANTS MOTION
07/08/2010   47   FOR ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE AND ORDER OF PROHIBITION
07/13/2010   48   NOTICE OF WITHDRAWAL OF DEFENDANT'S MOTION FOR ORDER
07/13/2010   48   TO SHOW CAUSE AND ORDER OF PROHIBITION REQUEST FOR
07/13/2010   48   EXPEDITED HEARING
07/28/2010   49   DEFENSE WITNESS SUBPOENA RETURNED SERVED:
07/28/2010   49   DET PEGGY CONE
07/30/2010   50   MOTION FOR ORDER TO TRANSPORT PRISONER/WITNESS
07/30/2010   50   WITHOUT HEARING
07/30/2010   51   STATES MOTION TO QUASH DEFENDANTS SUBPOENA
08/02/2010   52   RESPONSE TO STATES MOTION TO QUASH DEFENDANTS SUBPOENA
08/06/2010   53   SCORESHEET FILED *USED BY THE COURT IN SENTENCING*
08/06/2010   54   SCORESHEET FILED *FILED PER JUDGE, NOT USED IN
08/06/2010   54   COMPUTING DEFENDANT'S SENTENCE*
08/06/2010   55   SENTENCING MINUTES: DEFT PRES, ATT BY JAMES WERTER,
08/06/2010   55   ADJUDGED GUILTY OF TRAFFICKING IN HYDROCODONE
08/06/2010   55   (4G - 14G)
08/06/2010   55   15 YEARS DOC WITH 197 DAYS CREDIT FOLLOWED BY
08/06/2010   55   10 YEARS DRUG OFFENDER PROBATION
08/06/2010   55   3 YEARS OF DOC SENTENCE ARE MINIMUM MANDATORY
08/06/2010   55   $395 COURT COSTS
08/06/2010   55   $1.00 TO FIRST STEP, INC
08/06/2010   55   $20 TO THE CRIME STOPPERS TRUST FUND
08/06/2010   55   $100 COST OF PROSECUTION
08/06/2010   55   $15 TO THE ALCOHOL AND DRUG ABUSE TRUST FUND
08/06/2010   55   COST OF SUPERVISION SET AT $10 PER MONTH
08/06/2010   55   TO UNDERGO AND PAY FOR DRUG TESTING
08/06/2010   55   $50,000 FINE MINIMUM MANDATORY
08/06/2010   55   FIRST PAYMENT DUE 90 DAYS AFTER RELEASE
08/06/2010   56   FINGERPRINTS OF DEFENDANT
08/06/2010   57   STIPULATION ON BURGLARY CHARGE
08/06/2010   58   WITNESS TESTIFIED DAILY
08/09/2010   59   JUDGMENT AND SENTENCE
08/09/2010   60   COMMITMENT ISSUED
08/09/2010   61   CERTIFICATE OF SERVICE AS TO JUDGMENT AND SENTENCE
08/17/2010   62   MOTION FOR MODIFICATION OF SENTENCE
08/25/2010   63   ORDER OF DRUG OFFENDER PROBATION
08/26/2010   65   NOTICE OF HEARING SET ON 10/04/2010 AT 03:00
08/27/2010   64   NOTICE OF HEARING SET ON 10/04/2010 AT 03:00
09/01/2010   66   MOTION TO TRANSPORT PRISONER

http://www.putnam-fl.com/clk_apps/crim_dkts/frame.php

Checkmate (Kim Picazio) posted:

With regard to Tommy’s situation:  his attorney filed a Motion to reduce his sentence.  There will be a hearing on that motion.  If granted, a new sentence will be handed down.  If denied, Tommy will continue serving his 15 years of incarceration.  This is not an “appeal”.  This is a last ditched attempt to get a better deal from the trial judge in this “lower court”.  If this motion fails, then Tommy will have an opportunity to “appeal” his sentence to the higher court, also called an “appellate court”.  The Probation Order was just the Order of the Court regarding the details of his special Drug Probation (since he was convicted of a drug offense), which will be waiting for him patiently until he gets out of prison.
I expect the motion to be denied by the trial court (lower court).

These motions are customary, and customarily fail.  I must say, an attorney knows that he is taking a huge risk by changing his client’s plea from Not Guilty to No Contest, when he does not have a negotiated plea in hand from the State.  Walking into that courtroom, a lawyer is informed (usually in writing) what the State will be recommending to the Judge by way of a sentence.  In this case, Tommy was told the State would recommend 30 years to the Judge.  Tommy said he’d change his plea anyway, and hope the Judge “liked” him enough to let him off with 5-7.  He then took this leap of faith into the sentencing hearing, with an “open plea” of No Contest to drug trafficking charges, and the Judge knowing good and well what his last name was.

 I would not have gone into any court in Putnam County with an open plea if my last name was Croslin, that’s for sure. 
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« Reply #928 on: September 13, 2010, 06:50:44 PM »



Still Missing, 25 Children Still Gone

September 13th, 2010 by Whitney Ray

The families of 25 missing children are asking the public to take another look. Their children were honored today at the state capitol at the 12th annual Missing Children’s Day ceremony. Some of the kids have been missing for more than a decade, but as Whitney Ray tells us, family members haven’t given up on their safe return.

It’s been 10 years since Zack Bernhardt was taken from his Clearwater home. His aunt and grandmother were at the state capitol Monday pleading for his safe return.

“Today I get weak. And on his birthday,” said Carole Bernhardt.

Teresa Neves, the grandmother of missing 6 year old Haleigh Cummings who disappeared in February 2009, couldn’t fight back the tears.

“We are going to continue to look for Haleigh. And we are going to continue to pray and we hope that other people will continue to look for Haleigh,” said Teresa.


25 missing Florida children were honored at the State Capitol Monday. Their families placed roses next to their pictures. One mother fainted under the emotional stress of not knowing. They pushed through the pain in hopes that someone will see their loved one’s picture. Someone will call with a tip that leads to their rescue.

This past weekend pictures of the missing children were posted on billboards through out the state. The billboards are effective in spreading the word about missing kids. Also, advances in technology like text alerts and email notifications are getting the public involved faster.

“If in fact someone has actually taken the child it makes it more difficult to keep the child somewhere. It makes these billboards and other technology more viable,” said Gerald Bailey, FDLE Commissioner.

While most missing children are found quickly, three percent are never found. The families of the 25 still have hope that their kid’s not one of them. If you recognize any of the children in today’s story call 1888-FL-MISSING. For more information about missing children in Florida visit www.fdle.state.fl.us.

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Video: Still Missing, 25 Children Still Gone

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« Reply #930 on: September 13, 2010, 08:43:38 PM »

I do have a little good news on the Pill Billy area...you can go to FDA.gov and check out more but the new Perdue OxyContin formulation has hit the streets and the freaks are pizzed!!!!  Looks like they can't sell them for much cause you can't crush, melt or whatever you want to do to it to make it more usuable in an illegal way.  I know some addict will come up with a new way to abuse it but I do hope it takes a while.  I say hiphiphooray!  Maybe one up for the actual pain sufferers having a hard time just because of all the abusers.  There is also a limit to how many oxycodone a manufacturer can make and how many a pharmacy can order at one time so this puts a real dent on the little Roxies too!!!  I'm so happy!  Here in FL, one of the last states to have it, we will be on the RX Monitoring System later this year or first of next.  Bout time.
Where I live ( Canada ) there is a new prescribing law for OxyContin, a physician can only write the script for cancer paitents. Now if you're an addict and your Grandma has cancer, guess you are going to have to steal her pills. There was such an issue with doctors writing these scripts for these strong pills for minor issues, addictions followed. Off the top of my head, I can't remember what they said one pill was going for, but the profit margin was really high. ( no pun intended ). Hospital use is a different set of protocols. We have had a monitoring system for along time. Since they did this just recently, there are many more patients seeking methadone treatment where they show up and drink it on the spot, no take outs allowed. It's a serious issue and I am glad that I never had pain bad enuf to ever take them. It's a drug that is needed by some patients and it has been a God send to them.
ps I know a nurse ( past tense ) that was ( past tense ) an addict and she shorted the patients so she could have hers.
Addiction is a powerful thing. 
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« Reply #931 on: September 13, 2010, 09:48:41 PM »

Sheriff Jeff Hardy's son is back in the slammer. This time for buglary.

JOSHUA  TROY  IMM
SATSUMA,  FL
Booking Date & Time: 9/13/2010 8:32:00 PM  - Booking#: 10-03813
Release Date & Time:
DOB: 1/17/1984 -  RACE: W  -  SEX: M
Charges       Misd/Felony   Degree   Bond   Bond Posted
810.02-3a   BURGL OCCUPIED DWELLING UNARMED   F   S    $2,504.00    
                $2,504.00    
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« Reply #932 on: September 13, 2010, 10:28:42 PM »

Sheriff Jeff Hardy's son is back in the slammer. This time for buglary.

JOSHUA  TROY  IMM
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Booking Date & Time: 9/13/2010 8:32:00 PM  - Booking#: 10-03813
Release Date & Time:
DOB: 1/17/1984 -  RACE: W  -  SEX: M
Charges       Misd/Felony   Degree   Bond   Bond Posted
810.02-3a   BURGL OCCUPIED DWELLING UNARMED   F   S    $2,504.00    
                $2,504.00    
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« Reply #933 on: September 14, 2010, 07:49:02 AM »

I do have a little good news on the Pill Billy area...you can go to FDA.gov and check out more but the new Perdue OxyContin formulation has hit the streets and the freaks are pizzed!!!!  Looks like they can't sell them for much cause you can't crush, melt or whatever you want to do to it to make it more usuable in an illegal way.  I know some addict will come up with a new way to abuse it but I do hope it takes a while.  I say hiphiphooray!  Maybe one up for the actual pain sufferers having a hard time just because of all the abusers.  There is also a limit to how many oxycodone a manufacturer can make and how many a pharmacy can order at one time so this puts a real dent on the little Roxies too!!!  I'm so happy!  Here in FL, one of the last states to have it, we will be on the RX Monitoring System later this year or first of next.  Bout time.
Where I live ( Canada ) there is a new prescribing law for OxyContin, a physician can only write the script for cancer paitents. Now if you're an addict and your Grandma has cancer, guess you are going to have to steal her pills. There was such an issue with doctors writing these scripts for these strong pills for minor issues, addictions followed. Off the top of my head, I can't remember what they said one pill was going for, but the profit margin was really high. ( no pun intended ). Hospital use is a different set of protocols. We have had a monitoring system for along time. Since they did this just recently, there are many more patients seeking methadone treatment where they show up and drink it on the spot, no take outs allowed. It's a serious issue and I am glad that I never had pain bad enuf to ever take them. It's a drug that is needed by some patients and it has been a God send to them.
ps I know a nurse ( past tense ) that was ( past tense ) an addict and she shorted the patients so she could have hers.
Addiction is a powerful thing. 


Glad to hear your area probably does not have near the addiction problems FL does!  We are one of the last to have a monitoring program and that is why docs flocked to FL to open loosely governed pain clinics.  No kidding, all you need is a printout of the results of your MRI/CT Scan and a pharmacy printout that you have been on narcotics before.  So what does an addict do that has no actual physical probs to need a pain doc...just take someone elses reports and crop their name out and add theirs!!!  Sick isn't it?  These clinics didn't even verify these reports.  Some that want to keep their business going are now calling the places that performed these tests to verify that the reports match the patient.  A little too late I must say.  Thousands of new addicts later and here come all the new rules.  Better late than never I guess.  Addiction is a horrible thing.  Lots of wonderful people have fallen prey to these pills.   I believe little HaLeigh is a product of this whole mess.  It seems her whole life has revolved around a father using/selling and taking up with young girls with bad habits. HaLeigh and Jr. were doomed to turn out just like what they were brought up in.  So very sad.  Will we ever know where she is? 
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« Reply #934 on: September 14, 2010, 08:37:08 AM »

Sheriff Jeff Hardy's son is back in the slammer. This time for buglary.

JOSHUA  TROY  IMM
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Booking Date & Time: 9/13/2010 8:32:00 PM  - Booking#: 10-03813
Release Date & Time:
DOB: 1/17/1984 -  RACE: W  -  SEX: M
Charges       Misd/Felony   Degree   Bond   Bond Posted
810.02-3a   BURGL OCCUPIED DWELLING UNARMED   F   S    $2,504.00    
                $2,504.00    
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UCN:  542009CF001736XXAXMX
File Date:  09/23/2009
Judge:  TERRY J LARUE 
Case Status: REOPENED CASE 
Defense Atty:   
Case File Location: CRIMINAL DIVISION

Defendant: CROSLIN, LISA CARMEN 
Alias: No Alias Records

Date # Docket Description
09/23/2009 1 COMPLAINT - PCSO DET. K TAYLOR (8/19/09) 

09/23/2009 1 BOOKING NUMBER: N/A 

09/23/2009 1 FORGERY 

09/23/2009 1 UTTERING A FORGERY 

09/23/2009 2 WARRANT ISSUED - BOND SET AT $5004.00 CT. I 

09/23/2009 2 BOND SET AT $5004.00 CT. II 

09/23/2009 2 BOND SET AT $ 504.00 CT. III 

10/15/2009 3 ARREST REPORT: WARRANT (ARRESTED 9-30-09 TN) 

10/15/2009 4 DEFENDANT PRESENT FOR FIRST APPEARANCE HRG 10-15-09 

10/15/2009 4 ADJ INS P D APPOINTED AT FIRST APPEARANCE HEARING 

10/15/2009 4 SUFFICIENT PROBABLE CAUSE FOUND 

10/15/2009 4 $5004.00 $5004 $504.00 SECURED BOND SET 

10/15/2009 5 WARRANT RETURNED EXECUTED 

10/15/2009 5 DEFT AARR 9-30-09 NASHVILLE TN 

10/15/2009 5 RETURNED TO PCJ ON 10-14-09 

10/15/2009 6 WAIVER OF EXTRADITION FROM TN 

10/15/2009 7 AFFIDAVIT FOR CRIMINAL INDIGENT STATUS 

10/15/2009 8 ORDER APPOINTING PUBLIC DEFENDER AT FIRST APP HEARING 

10/15/2009 9 REPORT FROM FUGITIVE UNIT 

10/16/2009 10 $5004.00 A-1 24 HR BOND POSTED - #2224239 

10/16/2009 11 $5004.00 A-1 24 HR BOND POSTED - #2224240 

10/16/2009 12 $ 504.00 A-1 24 HR BOND POSTED - #2224241 

10/16/2009 12 AMERICAN BANKERS INSURANCE COMPANY 

10/21/2009 13 INFORMATION - UTTERING A FORGERY 

10/21/2009 13 FORGERY 

10/21/2009 13 PETIT THEFT 

11/05/2009 14 NOTICE TO BONDSMAN (11-23-2009) 

11/23/2009 15 ARRAIGNMENT MINUTES: DEFT PRESENT, SWORN, ARRAIGNED, 

11/23/2009 15 PUBLIC DEFENDER APPOINTED, ENTERED PLEA OF NOT GUILTY, 

11/23/2009 15 SET FOR PRE TRIAL 01/14/2010. 

11/23/2009 16 AFFIDAVIT FOR CRIMINAL INDIGENT STATUS 

11/23/2009 17 ORDER APPOINTING PUBLIC DEFENDER 

11/23/2009 18 ORDER SETTING PRE TRIAL 01/14/2010 

11/24/2009 19 NOTICE TO BONDSMAN (01-14-2010) 

01/14/2010 20 SCORESHEET FILED 

01/14/2010 21 PRE TRIAL MINUTES: DEFT PRES, ATT BY BILL BOOKHAMMER 

01/14/2010 21 W/D FORMER PLEA, PLED NOLO AS CHARGED TO 

01/14/2010 21 CT I - UTTERING A FORGED INSTRUMENT 

01/14/2010 21 CT II - FORGERY 

01/14/2010 21 CT III - PETIT THEFT 

01/14/2010 21 ADVISED OF MAX PENALTY 5 YRS DOC &/OR $5000 FINE 

01/14/2010 21 ADVISED OF MAX PENALTY 5 YRS DOC &/OR $5000 FINE 

01/14/2010 21 ADVISED OF MAX PENALTY 60 DAYS PCJ &/OR $500 FINE 

01/14/2010 21 PLEA ACCEPTED, PSI WAIVED, SENTENCING - 

01/14/2010 21 ADJUDICATION OF GUILT WITHHELD AS TO CT I AND II 

01/14/2010 21 DEFENDANT ADJUDGED GUILTY OF CT III 

01/14/2010 21 CT I - 18 MONTHS PROBATION 

01/14/2010 21 CT II - 18 MONTHS PROBATION 

01/14/2010 21 CT III - 1 DAY PCJ WITH 1 DAY CREDIT 

01/14/2010 21 CT II CONCURRENT WITH CT I 

01/14/2010 21 $395 COURT COSTS 

01/14/2010 21 $50 PUBLIC DEFENDER APPLICATION FEE 

01/14/2010 21 $1.00 TO FIRST STEP, INC 

01/14/2010 21 $20 TO THE CRIME STOPPERS TRUST FUND 

01/14/2010 21 $100 PUBLIC DEFENDER ATTORNEY FEE 

01/14/2010 21 $100 COST OF PROSECUTION 

01/14/2010 21 COST OF SUPERVISION SET AT $10 PER MONTH 

01/14/2010 21 TO UNDERGO AND PAY FOR DRUG TESTING 

01/14/2010 21 50 HOURS COMMUNITY SERVICE 

01/14/2010 21 RESTITUTION IN THE AMOUNT OF $600 TO PROSPERITY BANK 

01/14/2010 21 RESTITUTION IN THE AMOUNT OF $100 TO MJ MARTIN 

01/14/2010 21 MAY EARLY TERMINATE 

01/14/2010 22 FINGERPRINTS OF DEFENDANT 

01/14/2010 23 ORDER OF PROBATION 

01/25/2010 24 JUDGMENT AND SENTENCE 

01/25/2010 25 CHARGES, COSTS, AND FEES ASSOCIATED WITH SENTENCE 

01/25/2010 25 RECORDED INST#201054696752 

01/26/2010 26 CERTIFICATE OF SERVICE AS TO JUDGMENT AND SENTENCE 

07/27/2010 27 REARREST REPORT - VIOLATION OF PROBATION 7/23/2010 

07/27/2010 27 BOND SET AT NONE 

07/27/2010 28 DEFENDANT PRESENT FOR FIRST APPEARANCE HRG 

07/27/2010 28 ADJ INS P D APPOINTED AT FIRST APPEARANCE HEARING 

07/27/2010 28 SUFFICIENT PROBABLE CAUSE FOUND 

07/27/2010 28 BOND SET AT NONE 

07/30/2010 29 NOTICE TO DEFENDANT (08-17-2010) IN JAIL 

08/02/2010 30 AFFIDAVIT: VIOLATION OF PROBATION 

08/02/2010 30 UTTERING A FORGED INSTUMENT 

08/02/2010 30 FORGERY 

08/17/2010 31 VOP ARRAIGNMENT MINUTES: DEFT PRES, P D APPOINTED 

08/17/2010 31 VOP WARRANT DISMISSED 

08/17/2010 31 PROBATION REINSTATED 

08/17/2010 32 AFFIDAVIT FOR CRIMINAL INDIGENT STATUS 

08/17/2010 33 ORDER APPOINTING PUBLIC DEFENDER 

08/17/2010 34 ORDER DISMISSING WARRANT (WARRANTLESS ARREST) 

08/31/2010 35 AFFIDAVIT: VIOLATION OF PROBATION 

08/31/2010 35 UTTERING A FORGED INSTRUMENT 

08/31/2010 35 FORGERY 

08/31/2010 36 WARRANT FOR VIOLATION OF PROBATION ISSUED 

08/31/2010 36 BOND SET AT $1504.00 

09/08/2010 37 REARREST REPORT - VIOLATION OF PROBATION 

09/08/2010 37 ARREST DATE: 09/03/2010 

09/08/2010 38 AFFIDAVIT FOR CRIMINAL INDIGENT STATUS 

09/08/2010 39 WARRANT FOR VIOLATION OF PROBATION RETURNED EXECUTED 

09/08/2010 40 $504.00A A-1-24 HOUR COTY BEST BAIL BOND-#0009413 

09/08/2010 40 U.S. SPECIALTY INSURANCE COMPANY 

09/14/2010 41 NOTICE TO BONDSMAN (10-06-2010) 


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« Reply #936 on: September 15, 2010, 06:37:04 PM »

UCN:  542009CF002529XXAXMX
File Date:  12/22/2009
Judge:  TERRY J LARUE 
Case Status:  REOPENED CASE 
Defense Atty:   
Case File Location: CRIMINAL DIVISION

Defendant: CROSLIN, LISA CARMEN 
Alias: No Alias Records

Date # Docket Description
12/22/2009 1 COMPLAINT FILED: PATTY BRIMM 12-19-09 

12/22/2009 1 BOOKING NUMBER: N/A 

12/22/2009 1 FELONY THEFT 

01/27/2010 2 INFORMATION (GRAND THEFT) 

02/09/2010 3 CAPIAS REQUEST FORM - BOND $504.00 

02/18/2010 4 CAPIAS ISSUED - BOND SET AT $504.00 

02/19/2010 5 ARREST REPORT - GRAND THEFT 

02/19/2010 5 ARREST DATE:02/18/2010 

02/19/2010 5 BOOKING NUMBER:10-741 

02/19/2010 6 DEFENDANT'S NOTIFICATION OF BOND CONDITIONS 

02/19/2010 7 CAPIAS RETURNED EXECUTED 

02/19/2010 8 $504.00 A-1-24 HOUR CITY BEST BAIL BOND-#2252856 

02/19/2010 8 AMERICAN BANKERS INSURANCE COMPANY OF FL (02/18/2010) 

03/04/2010 9 NOTICE TO DEFENDANT (03-18-2010) 

03/05/2010 10 NOTICE TO BONDSMAN (03-18-2010) 

03/18/2010 11 ARRAIGNMENT MINUTES: DEFT PRESENT, SWORN, ARRAIGNED, 

03/18/2010 11 PUBLIC DEFENDER APPOINTED, ENTERED PLEA OF NOT GUILTY, 

03/18/2010 11 SET FOR PRE TRIAL 05/13/2010. 

03/18/2010 12 AFFIDAVIT FOR CRIMINAL INDIGENT STATUS 

03/18/2010 13 ORDER APPOINTING PUBLIC DEFENDER 

03/18/2010 14 ORDER SETTING PRE TRIAL 05/13/2010 

03/22/2010 15 NOTICE TO DEFENDANT RETURNED 

03/23/2010 16 NOTICE TO BONDSMAN (05-13-2010) 

04/27/2010 17 PRE TRIAL MINUTES: DEFT PRES, ATT BY BILL BOOKHAMMER 

04/27/2010 17 W/D FORMER PLEA, PLED NOLO TO THE LESSER OFFENSE OF 

04/27/2010 17 PETIT THEFT 

04/27/2010 17 ADVISED OF MAX PENALTY 1 YR PCJ &/OR $1000 FINE 

04/27/2010 17 PLEA ACCEPTED, PSI WAIVED, SENTENCING - 

04/27/2010 17 DEFENDANT ADJUDGED GUILTY 

04/27/2010 17 12 MONTHS PROBATION 

04/27/2010 17 CONSECUTIVE WITH 09-1736 CF 

04/27/2010 17 $283 FINE AND COST 

04/27/2010 17 $50 PUBLIC DEFENDER APPLICATION FEE 

04/27/2010 17 $100 PUBLIC DEFENDER ATTORNEY FEE 

04/27/2010 17 $50 COST OF PROSECUTION 

04/27/2010 17 TO UNDERGO AND PAY FOR DRUG TESTING 

04/27/2010 17 COST OF SUPERVISION SET AT $10 PER MONTH 

04/27/2010 17 SUBSTANCE ABUSE EVALUATION 

04/27/2010 17 COURT HAS NO OBJECTION TO DEFT MOVING OUT OF STATE 

04/27/2010 17 $50 LAW ENFORCEMENT 

04/27/2010 17 MAY EARLY TERMINATE 

04/27/2010 17 COURT HAS NO OBJECTION TO DEFT LEAVING THE 

04/27/2010 17 COUNTY TO GO TO ANY COUNTY THAT TOUCHES PUTNAM 

04/27/2010 17 COUNTY IN SEARCH OF WORK 

04/27/2010 17 APPLIED TO CURRENT PROBATION CASE 09-1736 CF ALSO 

04/27/2010 18 FINGERPRINTS OF DEFENDANT 

04/27/2010 19 ORDER OF PROBATION 

07/27/2010 20 REARREST REPORT - VIOLATION OF PROBATION 7/23/2010 

07/27/2010 20 BOND SET AT NONE 

07/27/2010 21 DEFENDANT PRESENT FOR FIRST APPEARANCE HRG 

07/27/2010 21 ADJ INS P D APPOINTED AT FIRST APPEARANCE HEARING 

07/27/2010 21 SUFFICIENT PROBABLE CAUSE FOUND 

07/27/2010 21 BOND SET AT NONE 

07/30/2010 22 NOTICE TO DEFENDANT (08-17-2010) IN JAIL 

08/02/2010 23 AFFIDAVIT: VIOLATION OF PROBATION 

08/02/2010 23 PETIT THEFT 

08/17/2010 24 AFFIDAVIT FOR CRIMINAL INDIGENT STATUS 

08/17/2010 25 ORDER APPOINTING PUBLIC DEFENDER 

08/17/2010 26 VOP ARRAIGNMENT MINUTES: DEFT PRES, P D APPOINTED 

08/17/2010 26 ARRAIGNED, 

08/17/2010 26 VOP WARRANT DISMISSED 

08/17/2010 26 PROBATION REINSTATED 

08/17/2010 27 ORDER DISMISSING WARRANT (WARRANTLESS ARREST) 

08/31/2010 28 AFFIDAVIT: VIOLATION OF PROBATION 

08/31/2010 28 PETIT THEFT 

08/31/2010 29 WARRANT FOR VIOLATION OF PROBATION ISSUED 

08/31/2010 29 BOND SET AT $1504.00 

09/08/2010 30 REARREST REPORT - VIOLATION OF PROBATION 

09/08/2010 30 ARREST DATE:09/03/2010 

09/08/2010 31 AFFIDAVIT FOR CRIMINAL INDIGENT STATUS 

09/08/2010 32 WARRANT FOR VIOLATION OF PROBATION RETURNED EXECUTED 
09/08/2010 33 $1504.00 A-1-24 HOUR CITY BEST BAIL BOND 

09/08/2010 33 U.S. SPECIALITY INSURANCE COMPANY (09/03/2010) 

09/14/2010 34 NOTICE TO BONDSMAN (10-06-2010) 


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« Reply #937 on: September 15, 2010, 06:55:18 PM »

UCN:  542010CF000147XXAXMX
File Date:  01/21/2010
Judge:  TERRY J LARUE 
Case Status:  REOPENED CASE 
Defense Atty:  WERTER, JAMES S 
Case File Location: CIRCUIT JUDGE DIVISION 52

Defendant: CROSLIN, HANK T JR 
Alias: No Alias Records

Date # Docket Description
01/21/2010 1 COMPLAINT - PCSO DET. T CAMPBELL (12/22/09) 

01/21/2010 1 BOOKING NUMBER: N/A 

01/21/2010 1 TRAFFICKING OXYCODONE 

01/21/2010 2 WARRANT ISSUED - BOND SET AT $100,000.00 

01/22/2010 3 ARREST REPORT: TRAFFICKING IN OXYCODONE (1/20/10) 

01/22/2010 4 MOTION FOR PRODUCTION AND DISCLOSURE OF SOURCE OF 

01/22/2010 4 BAIL PREMIUM AND COLLATERAL PRIOR TO DEFENDANT'S 

01/22/2010 4 RELEASE ON BAIL ("NEBBIA HEARING") 

01/22/2010 5 ORDER REQUIRING PRODUCTION AND DISCLOSURE OF SOURCE 

01/22/2010 5 OF BAIL PREMIUM AND COLLATERAL ("NEBBIA HEARING") 

01/22/2010 5 PRIOR TO DEFENDANT'S RELEASE ON BAIL 

01/22/2010 6 ORDER TO TRANSPORT DEFENDANT TO ST JOHNS COUNTY FROM 

01/22/2010 6 PUTNAM COUNTY, FLORIDA 

01/22/2010 7 WARRANT RETURNED EXECUTED 

02/03/2010 8 INFORMATION - TRAFFICKING IN OXYCODONE (4G - 14G) 

02/03/2010 9 MOTION TO TRANSFER TO DIV 52 

02/03/2010 10 ORDER TRANSFERRING CASE TO DIV 52 

02/03/2010 11 MOTION TO CONSOLIDATE FOR TRIAL 

02/09/2010 12 ORDER TO CONSOLIDATE 

02/09/2010 13 MOTION AND ORDER TO TRANSPORT 

02/09/2010 13 03/05/2010 ST JOHNS COUNTY 

02/09/2010 14 NOTICE OF APPEARANCE AND APPLICATION TO THE CLERK FOR 

02/09/2010 14 A COPY OF THE INDICTMENT OR INFORMATION AND THE 

02/09/2010 14 ENDORSEMENTS THEREON FILED BY: JAMES S WERTER (FAX) 

02/09/2010 15 NOTICE OF INTENT TO PARTICIPATE IN DISCOVERY (FAX) 

02/10/2010 16 NOTICE OF APPEARANCE AND APPLICATION TO THE CLERK FOR 

02/10/2010 16 A COPY OF THE INDICTMENT OR INFORMATION AND THE 

02/10/2010 16 ENDORSEMENTS THEREON FILE BY:JAMES S WERTER (ORIGINAL) 

02/10/2010 17 NOTICE OF INTENT TO PARTICIPATE IN DISCOVERY(ORIGINAL) 

02/16/2010 18 NOTICE OF APPEARANCE AND PLEA OF NOT GUILTY AND 

02/16/2010 18 APPLICATION TO THE CLERK FOR A COPY OF THE INDICTMENT 

02/16/2010 18 OR INFORMATION AND THE ENDORSEMENTS THEREON 

02/16/2010 18 FILED BY:JAMES S WERTER (FAX) 

02/16/2010 19 ORDER TO TRANSPORT RETURNED UNEXECUTED - CASE 

02/16/2010 19 CONTINUED TO 03/31/2010 

02/18/2010 20 NOTICE OF APPEARANCE AND PLEA OF NOT GUILTY AND 

02/18/2010 20 APPLICATION TO THE CLERK FOR A COPY OF THE INDICTMENT 

02/18/2010 20 OR INFORMATION AND THE ENDORSEMENTS THEREON 

02/18/2010 20 FILED BY: JAMES WERTER (ORIGINAL) 

03/01/2010 21 STATE'S DISCOVERY EXHIBIT 

03/01/2010 22 WITNESS LIST 

03/01/2010 23 DEMAND FOR RECIPROCAL DISCLOSURE 

03/11/2010 24 SUPPLEMENTAL DISCOVERY / WITNESS LIST 

03/12/2010 25 NOTICE TO DEFENDANT (03-31-2010) IN JAIL 

03/12/2010 26 NOTICE TO ATTORNEY (03-31-2010) 

03/29/2010 27 SUPPLEMENTAL DISCOVERY / WITNESS LIST 

03/31/2010 28 PRE TRIAL MINUTES: DEFT PRES, ATT BY JAMES WERTER 

03/31/2010 28 ON MOTION OF DEFENSE COUNSEL, COURT ORDERED CASE 

03/31/2010 28 CONTINUED TO 05/13/2010 

04/07/2010 29 NOTICE TO DEFENDANT (05-13-2010) IN JAIL 

04/07/2010 30 NOTICE TO ATTORNEY (05-13-2010) 

05/13/2010 31 PRE TRIAL MINUTES: DEFT PRES, ATT BY JAMES WERTER 

05/13/2010 31 ON MOTION OF DEFENSE COUNSEL, COURT ORDERED CASE 

05/13/2010 31 CONTINUED TO 06/03/2010 

05/17/2010 32 NOTICE OF INTENT TO PARTICIPATE IN DISCOVERY 

05/18/2010 33 NOTICE TO ATTORNEY (06-03-2010) 

05/18/2010 34 NOTICE TO DEFENDANT (06-03-2010) IN JAIL 

06/03/2010 35 PRE TRIAL MINUTES: DEFT PRES, ATT BY JAMES WERTER 

06/03/2010 35 W/D FORMER PLEA, PLEAD NOLO A/C TO TRAFFICKING IN 

06/03/2010 35 HYDROCODONE (4G-14G) 

06/03/2010 35 ADVISED OF MAX PENALTY 30YRS DOC &/OR $15000 FINE 

06/03/2010 35 PLEA ACCEPTED, PSI ORDERED, SENTENCING SET 07/06/2010 

06/03/2010 36 REQUEST FOR PSI 

06/08/2010 37 NOTICE TO ATTORNEY (07-06-2010) 

06/08/2010 38 NOTICE TO DEFENDANT (07-06-2010) IN JAIL 

06/14/2010 39 NOTICE RETURNED UNEXECUTED (NOT IN OUR JAIL) 

06/15/2010 40 SUPPLEMENTAL DISCOVERY / WITNESS LIST 

07/01/2010 41 MOTION FOR ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE AND ORDER OF 

07/01/2010 41 PROHIBITION REQUEST FOR EXPEDITED HEARING 

07/01/2010 41 HEARING SET 07/16/2010 AT 2:30 PM 

07/02/2010 42 NOTICE OF HEARING SET ON 07/16/2010 AT 2:30 PM 

07/02/2010 42 DEFENDANT'S MOTION TO SHOW CAUSE AND ORDER OF 

07/02/2010 42 PROHIBITION REQUEST FOR EXPEDITED HEARING 

07/06/2010 43 SENTENCING MINUTES: COURT ORDERED CASE CONTINUED TO 

07/06/2010 43 NEXT SENTENCING 08/06/2010 

07/06/2010 44 NOTICE TO ATTORNEY (08-06-2010) 

07/06/2010 45 NOTICE TO DEFENDANT (08-06-2010) 

07/08/2010 46 MOTION TO STRIKE AND/OR DISMISS THE DEFENDANTS MOTION 

07/08/2010 46 FOR ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE AND ORDER OF PROHIBITION 

07/08/2010 47 MOTION TO STRIKE AND/OR DISMISS THE DEFENDANTS MOTION 

07/08/2010 47 FOR ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE AND ORDER OF PROHIBITION 

07/13/2010 48 NOTICE OF WITHDRAWAL OF DEFENDANT'S MOTION FOR ORDER 

07/13/2010 48 TO SHOW CAUSE AND ORDER OF PROHIBITION REQUEST FOR 

07/13/2010 48 EXPEDITED HEARING 

07/28/2010 49 DEFENSE WITNESS SUBPOENA RETURNED SERVED: 

07/28/2010 49 DET PEGGY CONE 

07/30/2010 50 MOTION FOR ORDER TO TRANSPORT PRISONER/WITNESS 

07/30/2010 50 WITHOUT HEARING 

07/30/2010 51 STATES MOTION TO QUASH DEFENDANTS SUBPOENA 

08/02/2010 52 RESPONSE TO STATES MOTION TO QUASH DEFENDANTS SUBPOENA 

08/06/2010 53 SCORESHEET FILED *USED BY THE COURT IN SENTENCING* 

08/06/2010 54 SCORESHEET FILED *FILED PER JUDGE, NOT USED IN 

08/06/2010 54 COMPUTING DEFENDANT'S SENTENCE* 

08/06/2010 55 SENTENCING MINUTES: DEFT PRES, ATT BY JAMES WERTER, 

08/06/2010 55 ADJUDGED GUILTY OF TRAFFICKING IN HYDROCODONE 

08/06/2010 55 (4G - 14G) 

08/06/2010 55 15 YEARS DOC WITH 197 DAYS CREDIT FOLLOWED BY 

08/06/2010 55 10 YEARS DRUG OFFENDER PROBATION 

08/06/2010 55 3 YEARS OF DOC SENTENCE ARE MINIMUM MANDATORY 

08/06/2010 55 $395 COURT COSTS 

08/06/2010 55 $1.00 TO FIRST STEP, INC 

08/06/2010 55 $20 TO THE CRIME STOPPERS TRUST FUND 

08/06/2010 55 $100 COST OF PROSECUTION 

08/06/2010 55 $15 TO THE ALCOHOL AND DRUG ABUSE TRUST FUND 

08/06/2010 55 COST OF SUPERVISION SET AT $10 PER MONTH 

08/06/2010 55 TO UNDERGO AND PAY FOR DRUG TESTING 

08/06/2010 55 $50,000 FINE MINIMUM MANDATORY 

08/06/2010 55 FIRST PAYMENT DUE 90 DAYS AFTER RELEASE 

08/06/2010 56 FINGERPRINTS OF DEFENDANT 

08/06/2010 57 STIPULATION ON BURGLARY CHARGE 

08/06/2010 58 WITNESS TESTIFIED DAILY 

08/09/2010 59 JUDGMENT AND SENTENCE 

08/09/2010 60 COMMITMENT ISSUED 

08/09/2010 61 CERTIFICATE OF SERVICE AS TO JUDGMENT AND SENTENCE 

08/17/2010 62 MOTION FOR MODIFICATION OF SENTENCE 

08/25/2010 63 ORDER OF DRUG OFFENDER PROBATION 

08/26/2010 65 NOTICE OF HEARING SET ON 10/04/2010 AT 03:00 

08/27/2010 64 NOTICE OF HEARING SET ON 10/04/2010 AT 03:00 

09/01/2010 66 MOTION TO TRANSPORT PRISONER 

09/10/2010 67 MOTION TO TRANSPORT PRISONER 

09/10/2010 68 ORDER TO TRANSPORT 10/04/2010 AT 3:30 PM 

09/10/2010 68 DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS 


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« Reply #938 on: September 16, 2010, 09:16:22 PM »

'Operation Script Club’ nets 15 on drug sale and trafficking in Flagler County

 By Dan Scanlan

A massive drug bust across Flagler County netted 15 people on charges of trafficking or sale of the prescription painkiller oxycodone or other drugs there and in St. Johns and Putnam counties.

Wrapped up Thursday,  “Operation Script Club” saw 10 men and five women ranging in age from 23 to 53 arrested under warrants served by the Flagler County Sheriff’s Office and the Florida Department of Law Enforcement Tri-County Narcotics Task Force. The arrests followed a four-month investigation into unlawful trafficking of prescription drugs, and three more are still being sought, according to the Sheriff’s Office.

Investigators said the main source of the drugs was from pain clinics throughout South Florida, as well as Orlando, plus two in Jacksonville. None of them was under investigation, said Sheriff’s Office spokeswoman Debra Johnson.

“They were not dealing with the clinics,” Johnson said. “This operation strictly dealt with the person getting the prescriptions, then distributing the pills.”

Names and addresses of the clinics were not released.

Traffickers got prescriptions for pain killers for pain and anxiety after paying for clinic visits. They used multiple sources of supply, with the main source changing daily depending on who was able to get his or her prescription filled that particular day, the Sheriff’s Office said. Once a member of the organization filled a prescription, the others were notified to try as well.

Next they would sell the 30-milligram pills on the street for $12 to $20, investigators said.

Authorities worked closely with the North Florida High Intensity Drug Trafficking Area in St. Augustine, and the U.S. Marshals Service helped find and arrest the suspects.

Prescription pain killers make up more than two-thirds of the drug purchases made by the Sheriff’s Office’s narcotics team, according to investigators.

Sale of controlled substances could net prison time of up to 15 years, while trafficking could see sentences of up to 30 years if convicted, according to the State Attorney’s Office.

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« Reply #939 on: September 16, 2010, 09:17:20 PM »

Four month Roxi investigation ends in arrests

 Public Information Officer Debra Johnson told local St. Johns County reporters with Historic City News that deputies in Flagler County concluded a four-month investigation into the unlawful trafficking of prescription drugs early this morning.

Armed with arrest warrants, the Flagler County Sheriff’s Office and the Florida Department of Law Enforcement Tri-County Narcotics Task Force rounded up 15 to 18 suspects in connection with the illegal sales.

The main focus of the investigation was on the drug “Roxicodone” (Oxycodone) which has become the drug of choice for prescription drug traffickers.

The main source of supply for the drug comes from pain clinics throughout the South Florida area as well as Orlando and Jacksonville. Traffickers can enter a pain clinic and pay cash for an office visit. Most receive a prescription for pain and a prescription for anxiety which includes a prescription for Roxicodone which contains the drug Oxycodone, the same as Oxycontin. In recent years the focus has been on the brand Oxycontin because of the high milligram content of Oxycodone per dosage. Recently Roxicodone has replaced Oxycontin as the brand of choice because of its availability and high milligram content.




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