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Cold News

Unhealthy situation? Friends question jailed man’s death
by Lisa Provence
published 5:15pm Wednesday Jan 19, 2011

Jimmy Gunn was in poor health and concerned about his upcoming 30-day jail sentence for dealing pot, say friends. Perhaps he had a premonition: Nine days after entering the Albemarle Charlottesville Regional Jail, he was dead.
After he sold marijuana to an undercover officer, the Jefferson Area Drug Enforcement Task Force raided his house and found approximately four pounds of pot in dozens of plastic baggies, according to an inventory that went to a forensic lab. An old shotgun added a felony possession of a firearm charge.

Don’t You Just Love The Double Standard?

Jefferson Area Drug Enforcement Task Force Press Release

On 1/18/2011 at 9:30 pm members of the Jefferson Area Drug Enforcement Task Force and members of the Albemarle County Police Department executed a search warrant at 4680 Fair Hill Lane in the west side of Albemarle County.

Narcotic Detectives seized over a ½ kilo of cocaine and $1,560.00 U.S. Currency. Roderick Lee Johnson B/M DOB 6/14/1954 of 4680 Fair Hill Lane was arrested for possession of cocaine with intent to distribute. The street value of the cocaine is estimated at $50,000.00.

This is an ongoing investigation with additional charges and arrest pending. No further information regarding this case will be released at this time.

Sergeant John Baber
Jade Task Force


Eric Kudro Is No Longer One Of My Favorite Albemarle County Police Department Officers.

Because Eric Kudro is no longer an Albemarle County Police Department officer.

He and another ACPD policeman, David Moody, simultaneously recently up and resigned from the force.

Rumors -- from the perfectly plausible to the plainly preposterous -- about their emergent departure are rampant, and with everybody participating in the gossip, it’s doubtful anybody is ever going to get to the whole truth. Near as I’ve gathered, it’s just another squalid mess in which the innocent are mostly the only affected.

Whatever the deal, due to this latest stunt of his, I’ve lost a significant piece of site-filler. It’s totally the equivalent of having an awesome character on a favorite teevee show killed off. Thus…
Dear former Officer Kudro,

Please join the Virginia State Police.

That is all.


ATF Ford Fusion JYZ-1969

DEA: Meth Production Increasing In Virginia

January 2011
Government figures show methamphetamines production is rebounding in Virginia.

The Virginian-Pilot reported Monday that the Drug Enforcement Administration's latest numbers show authorities found 28 meth labs in Virginia in 2009. The number of labs had declined from a peak of 79 in 2004 through 2008.

The DEA attributes the increase to higher production by Mexican drug cartels and dealers figuring out how to get around restrictions on pseudoephedrine sales. The over-the-counter medicine is a key ingredient in meth and requires identification to buy in limited quantities.

The DEA says meth producers now pay people to buy pseudoephedrine for them.

Hmm... I wonder... did the Drug Enforcement Administration include this stupendously astute JADE Task Force “Meth lab” bust in the alleged 28 found?


There Is No Such Thing As A “Restraining Order”

Today was my scheduled hearing for the Order of Protection that Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives Agent John A. Stoltz requested the court grant him.

Back in August 2010, prior to my arrest at his behest, Mr. Stoltz had gone and gotten an Emergency Protective Order (EPO) against me.

Lemme explain the deal with these gooftard EPO thingies. Essentially anyone can get an EPO against anyone -- without notice to the other party. Pretty much all the alleged “victim” has to do is tell a compelling story to a magistrate. The tale doesn’t really have to be true, merely believable enough to get the chosen authority to sign off on the object. It’s not uncommon for vindictive people to venally embellish or out-and-out lie to get an EPO and considering the magistrate never needs evidence or to verify anything spoken or shown to him, there’s nothing to induce honesty or reasonableness in the procedure.

Case in point: according to records, Mr. Stoltz misquoted, in writing, things I published on I HeArTE JADE. It had to be deliberate; it’s not as if my words aren’t preserved here to be quoted verbatim. Hell, he could’ve carried in a printout if it was too much trouble for him to ink the exact comments down on paper by hand! Ya gotta figure if I’m as bad as he tried making me out to be, he wouldn’t have had to make stuff up. Plus, the magistrate could’ve adequately read my site to, at minimum, have some context, yet he did not. Shame on both of them.

Honestly, take yourself a close, serious, look at it and it’s not hard to understand how and why this what-otherwise-could-be-beneficial legal procedure is often abused.

Oh, did I mention an EPO is valid for only 72 hours? That’s right. Apparently it can’t go on, like, endlessly. Because somewhere along the line the person whom the EPO is not in favor of, gee, has to be afforded the opportunity to defend himself or herself in front of a judge. Isn’t that swell?

In my case, by the time The Game actually got around to slinging silver bracelets on me, the Emergency Protective Order Mr. Stoltz was granted had already expired without ever being served on me! Then due to the arrest, the conditions of my bail/bond, in addition to the interminable courtroom drama, basically I was subjected, with no objection from me, to an ongoing temporary Protective Order. Once my trial was over -- aw yeah -- a date was selected for my entitled full hearing on the issue.

Lemme explain the deal with these Order of Protection thingies. They can last for up to 2 years. They can contain any conditions and restrictions, imposed all at the discretion of a judge. Chilling. Yeah, that about covers it.

So. I arrived at the Greene County Courthouse at precisely 9:12AM.

The estimable Mr. Stoltz didn’t. even. bother. to. show. up.

I’d like to believe that after Agent Stoltz revealed himself as a fool, and a manipulative yellow-bellied government hire, during the past trial, and worried I would, in front of the, yes, same judge as always, debunk his antecedent prevarications to the magistrate, he was too embarrassed and conscience-afflicted to be present. Probably, though, the real reason is that he was just plain too dang lazy to come.

Regardless, guess this matter wasn’t as grave or important to him as he’d implied.

Well. The only thing the judge needed to do was release me from the binds of the temporary Order of Protection, which he did.

Wondering where this leaves me in the grand scheme of things relating to the spectacular ATF Agent Mr. John Stoltz? Right back where I started, I suppose. Free to ridicule him as I see fit. And post concomitant images. I’m free to do that again, too.




So. When he told me the Judge is a former Virginia cop, I thought he meant, you know, “former Virginia State Policeman.” Not “former policeman in the State of Virginia.” Meh. Even though there is a factual difference, a‘least my brain blunder doesn’t negate my overall theory. Nope, the Judge himself ruined that one for me.

Merry Chri... Happy New Ye... Uhm, Great Sunday?

In December I’d expected to hit 500 entries before the end of 2010


Plus I was going to let one of my favorite Albemarle County Police Officers, Eric Kudro, wish all my readers a Merry Christmas


Then I had a pile of photographs, that ever-so-neatly avoided violating the conditions, prepared to accompany a prospective mainstream news story about a bust by Jefferson Area Drug Enforcement (JADE) Task Force


And naturally I planned on posting a facetious snippet, or picture to kick off the new year


The past couple of weeks I’ve been up to my cortex in a confection of necessary business, amazing friends, sexy men, and plenty of a fabulous concoction of Beer, Limes, and Tequila -- mostly set to Drop It Low and parallel lyrical euphonies at an insane eardrum-throbbing volume. What else can I say


Here’s to a wonderful 2011!