Aiken police make meth arrest

Wednesday, March 7, 2012 9:41 AM
Last updated 11:03 AM
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AIKEN -- The Aiken Department of Public Safety arrested Jesse Snaidman, 25,  of Jackson, S.C. in an undercover operation.

Jesse Snaidman, 25,   Aiken Department of Public Safety
Aiken Department of Public Safety
Jesse Snaidman, 25,

According to a news release, investigators met with Snaidman at The Shops at Richland Avenue and purchased a quantity of methamphetamine. After Snaidman was arrested, investigators also discovered more methamphetamine, a large quantity of Ecstacy, cash and a .357 Magnum pistol. The vehicle that Snaidman made the sale from also was seized, police said.

Snaidman is in the Aiken County Detention Center on numerous charges.

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TK3 03/07/12 - 11:22 am
Crack dealers should be

Crack dealers should be strung up by their neighbors and victims families but convicting vehicles and homes of crimes without a trial by seizing them makes seizing them profitable to the police state and thus taints the real reason for arrests.

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