Friday, November 30, 2012

Toni Ericksen, West Auckland, New Zealand

Most meth stories sound like a bad movie, with explosions, fires, and half-stoned cooks trying to flush evidence as the cops close in. Toni Ericksen's story is much worse, ending with a car wreck that killed her twelve year old daughter. Amazingly, the court showed her mercy for the sake of her 8 year old daughter, also injured in the crash: She was sentenced to just a year of house arrest, no prison at all.

Wednesday, November 28, 2012

Jade Nicole Christian, Brainerd, MN

Jade, and her male associated, turned themselves into Brainerd police today, facing meth charges. According to reports, in the process of cooking, they caught their couch on fire. They put it out with a fire extinguisher and split. Unfortunately, they didn't do such a good job, and the fire department had to be called in.

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Amanda Marie Veley, Bartlesville, OK

Lesson of the day, courtesy of Miss Veley: If you're riding around on warrants, don't keep the meth in your purse. But based on the mug shot, it looks like she's not taking it too hard.

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Monday, November 26, 2012

Samantha Adams, Clarksville, IN

Two things we've notice about meth angels: One, if they get a room, it's not at the Ritz-Carlton; Two, they are always with dudes that are WAY older than they are. I guess when you're paying fifty bucks a box for Sudafed, you have to economize. But what's up with the old dudes?

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Crystal Rena Ginn, Boaz, AL

A meth cook named Crystal. Perfect!

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Sunday, November 25, 2012

Mona Lisa Kohler, Stoddard, WI

This artfully named young woman was snagged in a small town south of Lacrosse, Wisconsin. She is charged with multiple counts of delivering meth.

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Tuesday, November 6, 2012

Deanna Hatley, Wadesboro, NC

Ms. Hatley, a high school cafeteria worker, is charged with cooking in the school parking lot. When you're at school, better stick to cooking french fries.

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Friday, November 2, 2012

Ashley Elizabeth Crothers, Goose Creek, SC

Lesson of the day: If you're going to let your meth cooking buddies use your house, don't park a stolen car in the driveway.

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Terri Mayabb & Abigail Funderburk, East Prairie, MO

These gals, ages 24 and 17, were arrested at an operation outside a small town in southeastern Missouri. They were both charged with possession of meth. Their buddies, Emanuel Napoleon and Julius Parham, ages 56 and 34, are charged with being the cooks.

Michelle Edens, Noblesville, IN

Just twenty years old, and dealing meth. Well, at least she looks good in prison orange.