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Old 11-06-2017, 03:09 AM
 
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Guess they are cleaning up the town a bit.

Alaska meth distributor arrested, end to

KLAWOCK, Alaska (KTUU) - Marking the end of a drug bust that was months in the making, Bradley Grasser, 62, is being accused of possessing methamphetamine “with the intent to distribute.”

In his report on Bradley Grasser, Drug Enforcement Administration Special Agent Rikk Rambo says the drug smuggling and distribution ring operated in Klawock, Alaska on Prince of Wales Island, and on nearby Ketchikan.

Prince of Wales Island is the fourth largest island in the United States after Hawaii, Kodiak, and Puerto Rico, according to Encyclopedia Britannica.

One of the confidential sources listed in the report, referred to as CS1, says Grasser was a meth supplier to the area “for approximately 20 years.”

Rambo writes in the report that, through evidence and testimony gathered with Alaska State Troopers as well as Klawock Police, they were able to build a case over the past year and recommend charges of “conspiracy to distribute.”
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Old 11-06-2017, 05:41 PM
 
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Only took them 20 years. I heard he had a crapton of stolen stuff at his place and that he was taking it as payment for drugs.
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Old 11-07-2017, 09:34 AM
 
Location: Alexander Archipelago
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Rikk Rambo: Great name for an enforcer, and congratulations to him and his crew for their work in Klawock.

FBI busted a drug haven in Juneau recently too. It was the manager at the notoriously scummy Bergmann hotel. Still a lot more shady folks there than in the past. Used to be a walk downtown might get you hassled by some down on their luck chronic inebriates, mostly harmless guys.

Now there are guys hanging around that look like hardened criminals, just itching for an excuse to kick your arse. It's a bad vibe-sad and scary to see.
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Old 11-07-2017, 02:01 PM
 
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The questions they need to be asking is why do so many people want to do meth. Eliminate the demand and the supply goes away on its own.
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