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Schultz Appears On Local Charges

Federal drug counts will be addressed first, prosecutor says

February 12, 2014

WHEELING — Brian Schultz was arraigned for state violations of fighting with police officers via video conference Tuesday as he sat in the Northern Regional Jail, a day after being indicted on......

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Feb-20-15 10:21 PM

1st of all, im no a drug addit. I now Brian well. He coached his kids basketball for yrs. U who throw stones r full of it. He was a good dad who did what he fe;t he needed to, right or wrong. He didnt get people addicted, these were adults who sought put drugs.In that god for saken place you have to do what you have to do to support your family. who the*****are you people to judge, but for the grace of God go I!!!!

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Feb-12-14 9:18 PM

Living proof that ghetto minorities and illegal immigrants are societies mistaken ‘stereotype’ of big time criminals. They are but the lowest level pushers and users of illegal and dangerous drugs.

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Feb-12-14 1:36 PM

So that's the same guy who went to prison in late 90's. Didn't he have a sports card shop on National Road a few years back? Wasn't his dad a local cop at one time? Tou'd think those guys would learn when their friend from the Batting Cage went to prison.

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Feb-12-14 1:14 PM

acausticportal, Never mind the fact that the users made the choice to use! LOL

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Feb-12-14 12:20 PM

One would think that this young man and many of the others caught up in this ring of Illegal drug activity would have learned the leason the first time they were arrested for partaking in illegal activities, such as the late 1990's pop bottle Bombs(Federal Offense)or the time when he got caught with multiple pounds of Pot. You would think that the straight and narrow way of life would be the way to go, but no money hungry and chasing a HIGH was more important than getting a ligit job or taking care of thier children! now look, your embarrassing your kids and are the laughing stock of the community. Some of you even acted as if you were better than others,when in all actuallity you were NO better than the ones you were selling to. To Bad you are all scum! One could only pray that once your sentenced and sitting in a cell,instead of support from your families that you are left in the dark to suffer and think about your STUPID actions. Cause alot of good that drug money is doing you know

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Feb-12-14 8:36 AM

How many lives has this man affected? How many have become addicted? How many died? How many children were negelcted or abused? This selfish, irresponsible person has changed many lives; no punishment will ever rectify the damage he has done.

Thank you law enforcement for addressing the true issue in our community.

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