Rogers County Sheriff's office posts funny criminal request

The Rogers County Sheriff's Office is using their sense of humor when it comes to looking for a drug suspect.

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mamielizabeth - 7/31/2013 12:15 PM
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Rogers Co. is NOT joking. I am a now 40 year old female but back in 2004 Rogers Co. sentenced me to serve 3 years in D.O.C. (prison-department of correction) for possession of marijuana, needless to say I did my time & was released but here's the kicker the amount of marijuana that I did 3 years over was no more than the size of my pinky fingernail. So what's in the past is in the past right every so often I look my name up on the OSCN, if I get the urge yo do something like that again, & seeing my name the felony charge & reading court transcrips always does the trick for me, The urge mysteriously disappears. Here's yet another kicker.., recently rogers co. & without notifying me, has took it upon there selves to change my once felony-possession of marijuana charge to a possession of CDS (marijuana) I didn't know that marijuana was a "controlled dangerous substance" & I didn't know that after you pleaded guilty to a crime and after you complete your punishment then 8 years later the can I can take a plan in cells to change your charge and they don't even have to notify you. If you don't believe me your more than welcome to look me up . My Oklahoma DOC # 379183

howIseeit - 1/18/2013 12:19 AM
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We all know 1 acre of hemp yields more paper then 40 acres of trees in a much faster grow season....we all know hemp is important...but pushing kids underground to "score" some pot pushes them to a "drug dealer" who likely sales other drugs. If we were not driven underground would I have been offered pills or speed when weed was dry? Let stop pushing pot smoker of all age underground to these ghettos to score from a "drug dealer" and legalize it, tax it and control it rather then these small time drug dealers in bad parts of town. Almost everyone is for legalizing it or for to be decriminalize

GodsGutterPunk - 1/17/2013 3:23 PM
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lets remember george washington was a hemp rope maker,and the sad fact theres no way anyone can deny it's legitimate medicinal applications,90% of the worlds population of doctors agrees as does our own american medical acco. not to mention the countless university studys, I find it appauling that so much focus is wasted on a bunch of giggling potheads and people who wasted 17 trillion dollors of "bailout" taxpayers money on hookers and lavish hotels and bonuses for people already making so much they couldn't spend it in 100 years are allowd to raom free without fear of repercusions

django - 1/17/2013 2:05 PM
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Lock em up...really? This is why Oklahoma locks up more harmless people than any place on earth! Why not reclassify a very useful plant?

sophiesmom318 - 1/17/2013 10:28 AM
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I was one of the people who shared this on Facebook, because I thought the description was so funny. I was having a bad day yesterday and reading that just made me feel better. I am pretty sure the idiots who dumped it have seen it and are laughing too.

Libertarian - 1/17/2013 7:55 AM
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I agree Heinze0904, it is a great use of our tax dollars to lock up pot growers for life sentences. Or hell, we could lock them up for 10 - 20 years so when they come out they'll be really institutionalized and commit worse crimes to get back in prison.

Unwashed Mass - 1/16/2013 7:35 PM
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Someone with a sharp eye pointed out that the photo is of male plants that were probably deliberately discarded from a large grow operation.

Unwashed Mass - 1/16/2013 5:06 PM
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Im sure a lot of cancer patients who treat their pain with medical marijuana are very amused at the RCSO laughing at their expense.

heinze0904 - 1/16/2013 2:13 PM
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that is to funny, hope they find out who it belongs to and lock them up and throw away the key
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