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I PAGE 2 - HOGANSVILLE HOME NEWS - FEBRUARY 24, 2000 i <, I. r, i ,I ..... 00Troup, g O , ! Harris Joint Dru i ,o ! Takes Dealers Off We st Point I NO ANSWER LEAVE MESSAGE I i Pager 770-647-1319 i atitnetednt:rupc:pupnet BerTnaH:dRTYargYetEo  w]edst etnh t the ;:nSttslg:to:::moUg an tod'a'weW%fll and Harris County Sheriff's was booked under one charge undercover sting operation in the ally, Troup I FAX # 770-251-7553 I Department has taken drug deal- each of sale of cocaine and sale housing projects of West Point Donn) = TRACK LOADER TRACK HOE BOBCAT  m im m 1 mm amm= m i1 e mml w 1  J I Sister Ann- Tarot Card Reader Palm Reading Tarot Card Reading Crystal Reading Chart Reading Do you have family troubles? Does happiness and good fortune seem to always leave you or someone you love behind? Are you worried or confused over prob- lems of love, marriage, business, luck or happiness? |)o you or someone you know NEED HELP or AD- VICE on any matter? Past, Present, or Future!! 4 DOOR OR 2 DOOR! LOADED! STARTING AT: $11 99/4 s7995 ,LOCALTRADE LOOK FOR THE BIG RED ARROW TO FIND THE CELLULAR PLAN THAT'S RIGHT FOR YOU. ers off the streets in West Point Agents and deputies with the Troup County Sheriff's Office, assisted by officers from the West Point Police Department, served warrants on six people February 17 wanted for selling illegal drugs in West Point. Six people were previously arrested by the Harris County Sheriff's Office and sixteen are still at large. TWENTY-EIGHT year old James Lamar Carracter of Lovelace Road in LaGrange was booked into the Troup County Jail on two counts of sale of cocaine and two counts of sale in or near a housing project. THIRTY YEAR old Cedrick Winston of Lanett was booked on two counts of sale of cocaine and one count of sale in or near a hous- ing project. in or near a housing project TWENTY YEAR old Dente Barber of West Point was arrest- ed and charged with one count each of sale and sale in or near a housing project EIGHTEEN YEAR old Mesheko Penn of West Point was arrested and charged with two counts of selling cocaine and two counts of selling cocaine in or near a housing project. congratulations! you've found the big red arrow! FORTY-TWO YEAR old Danny Lee Hurstonof West Point was booked into the county jail on two counts of sale of cocaine. One other person was already in custody at the Regional Youth Detention Center. Harris County had also arrested six people on warrants stemming from this operation. More warrants may be issued as 4 DOOR! .LOADED! STARTING AT... $11,9900 ,4 DOOffi, , GOOD PAYMENT CARl , LOCAL!, TRADE.IN! , LOADED!, MJST SEE! STY Ig041 STlgM=II1 STI(IgO0 NOKIA CONNECTING '7857 00UST SEF , MAGNUM N! , LOCAL TRADE4N! ,IUSTSEE! ,SHARP! s16987 00100t995 voicemail, last fall as a result of citizen com- plaints. Most of the warrants for the illegal sales were from sales made in the West Point Housing Project area while a few were in the general area. suspects who served. Officers Police County Sheriff's tinue serving Troup County. A HUNTING WE WILL GO! - Austin Tlompson, 8, what he enjoy doing during his off days from school -- BITS. Pictured above is the third grader at School holding the 4-10 shotgun he used to killed ing a recent hunt on the Robert Taylor Road in Troup son of Joe and Tammy Thompson of Hogansville and Bobbie and Larry Dorrough, Hogansville City tie brother, Lawrence. Gas Continued from "We're already seeing prices of $1.29.9 in the Columbus area," Morgan said. "Prices won't be coming down any time soon as far as we can tell. So, we could possibly see prices of $1.50 per gallon. I certainly hope not, but we can't predict where the increases will stop." MORGAN SAID HIS com- pany has received increases from the suppliers almost daily. "We have seen double increases on some days. We would receive word in the morn- ing of one increase, and before midnight we would receive another increase." Morgan said the experts are predicting that prices could level off in June or July, but he doesn't agree with their opin- ion. "Gas prices rarely level off in June or July," he said. "That's when people are doing the most traveling. However, we did see I 100 Anytime Mlnutes 5' Long 24-hour Additional Distance Roadside line"" & 35, cents Assistance Roaming- & Cellular Insurance 500 Nights & Weekends Minutes GRIFFIN 1303 West Taylor St. (770) 412-9100 MANCHESTER 1140 Warm Springs Hwy. (706) 846-2012 a decrease in around that Morgan pliers had pass increases durin February of last l sequently brou He said they this year. "We just don  they will do," "They could again. 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