Three people were arrested last week after alert neighbors noted suspicious activity at a Williamson home. On Sept. 29, Pike County sheriff’s narcotics agents executed a search warrant at 119 Little St. in Williamson. Citizen complaints had been received about illegal drug use and sales taking place at this residence. The ensuing investigation resulted in the search warrant being issued.
I was informed Ray Sharpe was a paralegal who worked with a local lawyer. Something wasn't right about him. I know he's a thief, a liar, and those who hire him are no better. Those who covered for him are just as dirty and low down.... They tend to hold office around here... I guess they will cover for him again....
It's really simple. Most people can read text messages. I can't even make a phone call on one of those phones, much-less text.
Ever who wrote the story put a comma between make's meth and tax scam arrest. They were assuming that if you can read text and regular composed articles you would be able to understand it. There is another punctuation symbol that could have been used & it may have made it more understandable for some people.
It would have looked like this, " Sheriff's office makes meth, & tax scam arrests."
Unfortunately, I am a victim of Ray Sharpe as well. He scammed my wife and I out of more than $3,500. He was also in cahoots with a supposed retired judge who was going to get a federal lien removed for us. Come to find out, Ray has been doing this for quite some time. He's done prison time before here in Georgia. If anyone out there needs a witness to testify to his dastardly deeds, I am available!!!
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