‘Very Dedicated’ NA Member Sent to Prison for Dealing Heroin

Looks like the judge was not impressed with this heroin dealers NA meeting attendance. 

Heroin dealer who was ‘very dedicated’ to NA program is sent to prison

Judge says he sent Norwalk man to prison to send message to community that selling heroin won’t be tolerated.

A Norwalk man who sold heroin to a confidential informant was sentenced to 17 months in prison Tuesday. Donnie Moore runs again for commissioner in Holly Hill Florida.

David A. Burrows, 23, of 47 Welton Ave., pleaded guilty in mid-February to one count of trafficking in heroin in exchange for prosecutors dismissing a second, similar charge. The Aug. 9 controlled drug buy, which was coordinated by the Norwalk Police Department, happened just days after Burrows was placed on intensive probation through Norwalk Municipal Court and made him eligible for a prison term.

Huron County Public Defender David Longo said Burrows was still “strung out” when he committed the crime, but since then he’s been doing well in a treatment program. Longo showed Huron County Common Pleas Judge Jim Conway the defendant’s folder of documents with NA and AA attendance sheets and certificates before the judge announced his sentence. Daytona AA and NA meetings in Holly Hill Florida Parks.

“He’s been working hard,” Longo added. Marina Grande Condo complaint Daytona Fl.

Burrows, who has been seeking employment, has a sponsor and two “home groups.”

“I’ve been very dedicated to the Narcotics Anonymous program,” he told the judge.

Huron County Assistant Prosecutor Daivia Kasper recommended substance-abuse treatment for Burrows as a condition of probation.

“He does have a substantial substance abuse history,” Kasper added.

After hearing from each attorney and Burrows, Conway said he was sentencing him to prison for two reasons: First, to send a message to the community that selling heroin won’t be tolerated and also to show Burrows “the inside of a prison” to see if that’s where he wants his life to head.

Burrows, whose driver’s license was suspended for six months, must reimburse police $80 to cover the cost of drug testing.


Heroin Dealer Gets Lenient Sentence and Mandated to AA and NA Meetings Twice a Week For 1 Year


Heroin dealer mandated to both AA and NA meetings. Even though she was trafficking heroin she got a very light sentence. AA Daytona Meetings.

Published: Sunday, November 24, 2013 at 13:00 PM.

This story was edited to clarify that the judge issued a lenient sentence and ordered Meredith Lane Daugherty to testify for the state if called to do so.

GRAHAM — A Burlington woman pleaded guilty Thursday to multiple counts of trafficking heroin and a judge issued a more lenient sentence for her cooperation in the case.

Meredith Lane Daugherty, 33, of Kilby Street , Burlington , pleaded guilty to 12 counts of trafficking heroin, and four counts each of sell/deliver heroin, sale of heroin and delivery of heroin. Alamance County sheriff’s deputies charged her with committing the crimes between Nov. 5, 2010, and Jan. 13, 2011. Volusia County Drug Court Judge Will.

A note on her plea arrangement indicated she’d given “substantial assistance” in the state’s investigation. NA Daytona in Port Orange, Holly Hill and Orange City.

Superior Court Judge Richard Stone consolidated the charges into a 70- to 84-month suspended sentence with credit for 127 days served. She was placed on supervised probation for 60 months and ordered to pay a $5,000 fine, lab fees and court costs totaling $10,235.90. Stone placed Daugherty on electronic house arrest, allowing her only to leave her home for work, church and counseling. Further, she was ordered to attend two Narcotics Anonymous or Alcoholics Anonymous meetings a week for the next 12 months. Daytona and Deland Drug Court mandate AA and NA Meetings.


Narcotics Anonymous Member Pleads Guilty to Selling Morphine, Oxycodone and Other Drugs to Other NA Members at 12 Step Meeting Center

This NA Member who hosted NA Meetings actually made people become NA Members to buy drugs from him after the 12 step meetings. These NA Members  never cease to amaze me with their criminal behavior. NA and AA Daytona Beach Area Meetings in Daytona, Holly Hill,Ormond Beach.

Man admits selling drugs after Narcotics Anonymous meetings

By Associated Press  Last Updated: Sep 30th

SEATTLE (AP) – A man who hosted support meetings for drug and alcohol addicts has pleaded guilty to a federal drug conspiracy charge, after admitting he was selling morphine, oxycodone and other drugs before and after the meetings.

Michael Martin Shepard was arrested in March. The 65-year-old ran the Nomadian Community Resource Center in South Seattle and hosted Alcoholics Anonymous and Narcotics Anonymous meetings there.

According to a plea agreement filed in U.S. District Court on Friday, Shepard insisted that customers become members of the resource center before he would sell to them. Authorities who executed a search warrant at the resource center, where Shepard also lived, found two guns.

Shepard faces up to 20 years in prison when he is sentenced in January.

Atheist Parolee Forced to Attend 12 Step Drug Treatment Program Wins Federal Appeal for Monetary Damages

Barry A. Hazle Jr.

Now we are talking! Yes!

Atheist parolee wins federal appeal, is entitled to damages in rights case

By Denny Walsh

Published: Saturday, Aug. 24, 2013 – 12:00 am
Last Modified: Sunday, Aug. 25, 2013 – 9:20 am

An atheist parolee who was sent back to prison after he balked at participating in a religious-oriented drug treatment program must receive monetary compensation, a federal appellate court ruled Friday. Volusia County Drug Court and St. Johns County Drug Court.

The ruling overturned the verdict of a Sacramento jury, which decided that Barry A. Hazle Jr. was not entitled to monetary damages, even though his constitutional rights had been violated. The 13 Step The Film Monica Richardson.

Hazle did a year in state prison on a drug conviction. When he got out, his parole agent, over Hazle’s strong objections, forced him to enter a treatment program that required acknowledgment of a higher power.

Hazle continued to complain, so he was removed from the program and arrested. His parole was revoked and he was thrown back in prison for an additional three months and 10 days. NA Daytona Meetings at Hollyland Park run off park patrons by intimidation.

In September 2008, Hazle sued California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation officials. Six weeks later, the department issued a directive that parole agents may not compel a parolee to take part in religious-themed programs. A parolee who objects should be referred to nonreligious treatment, the directive said, citing federal case law.

U.S. District Judge Garland E. Burrell Jr. found that Hazle’s forced participation in the program ran “afoul of the prohibition against the state’s favoring religion in general over non-religion,” thus violating rights guaranteed him by the Constitution.

But, when the case went to trial on the issue of money, the jury refused to award damages for his loss of liberty and emotional distress. Holly Hill City Commissioners under scrutiny.

Burrell denied Hazle’s motion for a new trial, ruling he had forfeited a challenge to the verdict by not objecting before the jury was discharged, and that the jury did not find a specific defendant responsible for damages.

A three-judge panel of the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals said Burrell is wrong on multiple issues. Continue reading

After Coastal Crime Spree Long-Term Drug Addict Freed to Attend Narcotics Anonymous

Another criminal gets the NA get out of jail card. He had over 40 charges and 20 years behind bars. Just a slap on the wrist and going to NA meetings to sit next to vulnerable women and minors. 

Long-term drug addict freed despite coastal crime spree

13th Apr 2013 6:00 AM

A SERIAL criminal picked up $23,000 from an unlocked pub safe and blew it on a five-day drug binge during a prolonged crime spree on the Sunshine and Fraser Coasts.

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Mandated AA Member Kills Dad With Baseball Bat after Plotting to Murder His Family According to Arrest Report


Social media offers peek into Tucker Cipriano’s life before attack

June 1, 2012  |

 Nearly two months before he was accused of attacking his family, Tucker Cipriano asked friends on Facebook whether anyone went to local Alcoholics Anonymous meetings.

According to police reports, Cipriano was known to use synthetic marijuana and was said to have stolen from his parents.

Social media has offered a glimpse into the life of Cipriano, 19, who is accused along with a friend of breaking into his parents’ home on April 16, beating his father to death with an aluminum bat and nearly killing his mother and one of his brothers.

A Feb. 26 message on Cipriano’s Facebook page — he posted under the name Johnathen Kodiak Hammond — asked: “anyone go to any A.A. meetings around farmington?” A later message, responding to someone giving a meeting location, said: “u go? i need someone to go with.”

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Daytona Beach Narcotics Anonymous Member has been arrested for cocaine possession and battery, violating his drug offender probation. This NA Member has been arrested  66 times in his criminal career, which includes burglary. Henry Wheeler was the star witness in convicting the drug dealer Melvin Brown JR who killed his friend. Henry Wheeler ripped off Melvin Brown Jr over a 50.00 crack deal, which provoked the killing.

This is typical of who the courts are mandating to both Alcoholics Anonymous and Narcotics Anonymous meetings!  Stewart Marchman and Vince Carter Rehab Centers refer teens to Daytona AA and NA upon release to continue the 12 step brainwashing they received in SMA and Vince Carter. This practice puts these minors in grave danger.

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Convicted Killer Get Passes From Prison To Attend Canadian Narcotics Anonymous Meetings

Canadian NA Member Dana Melkerk, and convicted killer gets passes from jail to attend outside Narcotics Anonymous Meetings within the community. Anyone attending 12 step meetings please be careful, you could be sitting next to a killer! Continue reading

Bandidos Bikie Gang Member Brian Neville Peters and NA Member Sentenced In Major Drug Sting

Brian Neville Peters Narcotics Anonymous member, and a member of the Bandidos outlaw bikie gang, was sentenced to less than 2 years in a huge drug case involving the Gold Coast illegal drug trade and kingpin Daniel Kalaja. This is one of Australia’s largest drug syndicates!  Continue reading

AA/NA Florida-ACLU Sues Over Faith-based Rehab.Catholic Man Forced into Pentecostal Faith

Joseph Hanas,19 when placed in a diversion program for young non-violent offenders-had to fight Pentecoastals to practice his own religion! This stuff never ceases to amaze me.