Friday, December 19, 2008

Levi Johnston's mother's bust was "Oxycontin-related".

Wasilla resident Sherry L. Johnston, mother of Bristol Palin's boyfriend, faces a Jan. 6 court date for an oxycontin-related arrest at her home by Alaska State Troopers.

Little additional information was available Friday on the case as authorities remained unusually tight-lipped about details. But Palmer court records listed her scheduled court date and a troopers spokeswoman said in a release late Friday afternoon that the charges "are in relation to the drug oxycontin."

She was arrested around noon Thursday by troopers serving a search warrant in an undercover drug investigation. A standard press release issued by troopers said Johnston was arrested on six felony counts: second-degree misconduct involving a controlled substance -- generally manufacturing or delivering drugs -- as well as fourth-degree misconduct involving controlled substances, or possession.

She was released on bail Thursday afternoon, just a few hours later.

Johnston has not responded to phone messages or requests for comment left at the family home off Wasilla-Fishhook Road. Nobody answered the door there Friday.

Troopers spokeswoman Megan Peters wouldn't say Friday if there were other potential defendants involved.

Well I am very interested to learn if "there were other potential defendants involved". Especially if some of those other defendants are related to Sarah Palin in some way.

I certainly hope that Bristol has not been sampling Ms. Johnson's wares while she has been pregnant with the child that she is due to deliver sometime tomorrow. And if she has done so in the past I think we may have just stumbled across another clue to explain the Trig Palin birth story.

If Sherry Johnston has been dealing this substance to teenagers she is looking at very a stiff sentence indeed. And for for that tough sentence Sherry can thank her very good friend Sarah Palin who in June of this year allowed a bill to become law that tracks prescription drugs sales to establish a "controlled substance prescription database" to allow doctors, pharmacists, the police and others to stem the flow of narcotics to people who don't medically need them.

With this new database in place the police will be able to track who prescribed the drug, who purchased the drug, and if there was any abuse of the system. I think that we can pretty much assume that they found just such an abuse.

I am beginning to think that Sarah Palin knows far more about this situtation then she wants to let on. How could she not?


  1. Diane7:22 AM

    I'm so angry about this.
    I use this medication so I can get out of bed in the morning.
    I have severe back pain and have just found out I have more back problems.

    When people abuse a drug like this, the first response is to bann this drug.How many people use this drug responsibly to control pain?

  2. I know what Diane means. I too am on prescription pain meds, and everytime someone like this is arrested for selling or abusing them (like RUSH LIMBAUGH) it makes it harder for people like us who really need them. Then like Rush, they preach to others about how we are nothing but drug addicts, while they are the true addicts, it has been proven that if it is medically needed you don't get addicted.
    I hope they lock her up and throw away the key...and if the Palin's are involved in some way...I hope they don't cover it up...but they will I am sure.


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