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By Jesse Fray
February 5, 2010
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K2 is no longer being sold in Lawrence businesses after raids and an arrest. A 29-year-old Lawrence man accused of selling and distributing the controlled substance will have a preliminary hearing in April.
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He must have been marketing somethng besides this K-2 stuff? Wonder what it was? Pot? Meth? Cocaine?
justanothertroll (Anonymous) says…
deadbeat loser druggies never win.
Sure they do. They just have to be the US Government, a Politician, or move a lot farther South.
We all better get rid of any plastic jugs & filters we have. Wouldn't want Barney Fife & his posse to raid our homes. It doesn't matter if it's legal or not. Law enforcement does what it wants.
why can fritzels have fake grass and he can't?
Aren't we all so happy that our tax dollars are being spent to protect us from these things?
We would all sure hate to have the police working on burglaries or assaults instead of this.
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