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Joba Chamberlain's Mom -- Alleged Meth Dealer
Posted on 05/04/2009 4:13:18 PM PDT by Justaham
The mother of New York Yankee pitcher Joba Chamberlain has been busted for allegedly slinging hardcore drugs to an undercover cop.
Jacqueline Standley was arrested at her Lincoln, Neb. apartment on Saturday night after allegedly selling ".6 gram of methamphetamine in a plastic bag" to a cop for $110 back in February
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posted on 05/04/2009 4:13:21 PM PDT
A swing and a miss. I have gotten into a show called Breaking Bad on AMC. It is about two guys that cook meth. It is intense but very funny at times.
posted on 05/04/2009 4:22:13 PM PDT
Joba's mom has had a hell of a rough life
. I feel bad for the kid.
posted on 05/04/2009 4:22:28 PM PDT
by Straight Vermonter
(Posting from deep behind the Maple Curtain)
Having a parent who is involved with drugs and other addiction is God awful and I speak with some sad experiences on it. Hoping she will embrace some form of recovery.
Sucks for her family....
posted on 05/04/2009 4:23:15 PM PDT
(FUBO----Just say it, Foooooooooooooo Bohhhhhhhhh. Smooth)
Kinda strange seeing “Hal” in that role.
posted on 05/04/2009 4:26:22 PM PDT
(The poor bastards have us surrounded.)
To: Straight Vermonter
posted on 05/04/2009 4:27:03 PM PDT
(Zen is not easy. It takes effort to attain nothingness. And then what do you have? Bupkis.)
Poor Joba ....
Somehow this has to be related to the Curse of the A-Roid.
posted on 05/04/2009 4:40:53 PM PDT
([Advocate for] Mitt Romney[?], God help you, but you're on the wrong website ~ Jim Robinson)
Joba’s father raised him a single parent. I believe his mother was out of the picture when Joba was a child.
posted on 05/04/2009 4:52:59 PM PDT
("When the strong man, fully armed, guards his own dwelling, his goods are safe".)
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