Sunday, October 02, 2005

Show Oregon ID and be on your way...

Washington pair nabbed on I-5 with meth cache
A routine traffic stop on Interstate 5 led troopers to a six-pound stash of methamphetamine and cash Thursday morning.

The driver, Victorino Santos-Andres, 18, of Lacey, Wash., could not produce identification, prompting Watson to take him into custody.

"Enough probable cause was then established to lead us to search the vehicle," Watson said.

Officials from Immigration and Naturalization Services determined that both men are illegal aliens.

Read that again. If the driver had been able to produce identification, such as an Oregon drivers license, he would probably have been cited for whatever the "routine" traffic stop (tailight, etc) was for.

It was only because he did not have a drivers license that the police were able to search his vehicle.

Who knows how many drugs have not been intercepted because Oregon does give licenses to these criminal aliens. It is pure hypocrisy to claim to be fighting a "war on meth" while at the same time arming the enemy with the tools they need to continue in their criminal trade.

8 comments:

Gunslinger said...

A friend of mine was pulled over in a farm pickup in WA, and the WATROOPER was pretty agressive in questioning him about being on, and trafficing drugs. I have another friend who is an ag chemical rep, rolled her pickup in WA, and some graduated cylinders and beakers fell out of her equipment box. The WATROOPER was trying to make out like she was in a mobile meth lab. Maybe I should move up there, at least they seem to care about the problem. Of course I live in the Meth capital of Marion county, I think.

Daniel said...

These two clowns were pulled over in Oregon by the state police. Imagine how many more drug transporters might be caught if our state took funding public safety seriously.

Allen said...

I enjoy Mr. Santos-Andres's claim to Lacy, Washington. Do ya spose we will find his pic in the High School annual?

Daniel said...

Or even better, find that he voted for Christine Gregoire...

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Anonymous said...

I went to Freddy's in Raleigh Hills this Sunday and it was full of all these Mexicans returning like 200 beer bottles each. Seriously, how much f-ing beer do those folks drink...

Anonymous said...

This is exactly why we need a Ballot Measure to stop issuing Licenses to Illegal's in Oregon. The only state west of the Mississippi to do so.

fatrichie said...

Oregon's war on meth is a joke. The authorities know that the bulk of the meth in Oregon is now brought in from Mexico. All the bans on prescription meds and 'crackdowns' on 'mom and pop' operations are to give Portland residents an excuse to re-elect governor Dolittle.

A small town Mayor/police officer told me recently, that two days after a decent sized meth bust on a couple of Mexican nationals, he learned that twice the confiscated amount had been brought into his town within 24 hours of the original bust.

In another small Oregon town, I was talking to a man who had complained to the local police in his town of on-going drug drops/deals behind his business. While we were talking, two "Latino" looking males dropped a plastic bag of 'something' into a garbage can near the mans shop. Within two minutes, two teenage, caucasion girls grabbed a very simillar bag out of the same can and walked away.

He asked the police on several occaisions to use his shop as a stake out location. To this day they refuse, and in fact avoid this location like the plague.

Whats the answer, no really, what is the flippin' answer?

The cops in our small towns are scared, they should be, they are on their own, no state back-up. Out gunned and out manned.

Our governor is moron, with not the slightest clue about realality. Look in his eyes, the last time I saw that look, was at the county fair visiting with a hot little Holestein.

This story is just about the one that got caught. There were a dozen more just like them that drove by pointing and laughing because they got caught. Or maybe these guys were the diversion for a bigger move?

The I.D. thing is just another feel good fix. Until we tighten the border and nail the users, meth will continue to be a festering boil on the ass of society.