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01/26/2006 03:26 PM ID: 52475 Permalink   

Drug Dealer's Business Cards Result in Arrest

 

LEAVENWORTH, KS. - A local crack dealer who thought it would be a good idea to distribute business cards has found himself behind bars. Sylvester J. Williams, 21, is now being held on $75,000 bond on charges of selling crack cocaine.

Police had suspected that Williams had been dealing drugs in the area. When they heard that he was handing out business cards advertising his goods, police were able to obtain one of them. The card read, "For a quick hit on time call the boss."

Police called the number on the card and asked about buying some crack. Officers then went to his location and arrested him. One officer stated, "It makes our job considerably easier when they advertise and let us know where to get ahold of them."

 
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  LOL  
 
I wonder if he got the idea off of the movie Half Baked?
 
  by: banshee9898     01/26/2006 04:33 PM     
  He should  
 
have a cell next to the guy that left his address at the bank he robbed.
 
  by: cherubgirl     01/26/2006 04:53 PM     
  1-800-sped-roc  
 
oh man.. great article.
 
  by: RoBBoB     01/26/2006 05:07 PM     
  well, you know  
 
Maybe he had the right idea, for a legal business. It is a shame he chose to sell illegal stuff. He could be making a good living if he used his business sense on the legal side.
On the other hand, his acts shows a lack of good judgement.
 
  by: macariov   01/26/2006 06:29 PM     
  and  
 
i bet drugs weren't the only things flowing through that tunnel
 
  by: pornohippy   01/27/2006 03:55 AM     
  oops  
 
wrong news
 
  by: pornohippy   01/27/2006 03:56 AM     
 
 
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