Transient Pleads Guilty To Trafficking Meth In Billings
I truly do not understand how Meth is a thing. It's gross. The people who do it are gross. Annnnd it makes you look gross. I completely understand that people get addicted to it and it ruins your life and you don't know how to escape it but I'm talking about BEFORE getting to that point. At what point does someone decided to do something that terrible AND spend their money on that. I could buy a lot of stuff with that money it probably costs to buy drugs. I feel sad for these people but I also don't understand what possess them to even try it and do it.
KCTR Newsroom - A transient man accused of trafficking methamphetamine in the Billings area pleaded guilty to federal drug charges on Tuesday. 38-year-old Thomas Bailey accepted a plea agreement calling for initial charges of conspiracy and possession to be dismissed at sentencing. They will recommend a 10-year prison sentence.
Assistant U.S. Attorney Brendan McCarthy said that agents with the Eastern Montana High Intensity Drug Trafficking Area task force attempted a controlled drug buy from Bailey on Jan. 29, 2014. Bailey was photographed at the buy site. Task force agents were contacted weeks later about a suspicious package delivered to a Billings resident.They had been receiving packages delivered to the previous resident, which they would return to the delivery driver, only to have a group of “suspicious people”, including Thomas, reportedly show up asking about the packages. The resident contacted authorities after finding 155 grams of methamphetamine in one of the packages.