"Give us your poor, your tired, your huddled masses longing to be free..."
Naw! Give us your illegal out of wedlock baby ridden, dope smokin', meth head selling, zombie stankin', thieving lying refugees from a failed state.
Kalifernia uber alles!!!!!!!!!!!!!
@MTNMAC I was thinking the same thing.. There are actually illegal drugs in Jamestown?
yesterday I seen three guys smoking a "bowl",in the cubby of the Red Church....what our society has become......pretty sad
"I'm SHOCKED"..............Not really! I only lived in Jamestown 3 years. But it was 3 years too long. I have never seen so many drug addicts in such a little town! I'm the LUCKY one, my kid's didn't get to hang out, or run the street's,if they went anywhere I knew where they were. I didn't let them run wild, I know I sound like I was a little paranoid but they are now productive adults. My son is going into his 4th year of service. And my daughter is now living in another state raising her children alone, and finishing college. Her husband passed away in July. Not everyone who lives or lived in Jamestown turns out like * !
Iam So tired of hearing the Ghetto news about Jamestown..Its full of tweekers and drunks.Thats all you hear about Jamestown anymore. It needs to be Cleaned UP..Its too nice an area to be so full of low lifes..
Sadly true, leaperman, but I'd counter at least in Calaveras County there are plenty of legal ones, too!
These scum trade drugs for stolen property. If you don't think that someone eles's drug use doesn't affect you, think again. These lowlifes steal from all of us to support their drug habits. The Seriff's Dept. needs to do more patrolling in Jamestown to stop this. Kudos to the department for taking this druggie of the streets. Hopefully the stolen property will be returned to it's owners.
Here here! It's the location and I always see weirdos stumbling around.Jamestown is a beautiful historic town wrecked by congragating tweeker zombies.
Don't allow anyone else to move there unless they meet the minimum tooth requirement.lol
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