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Cody man faces third drug offense

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Posted: Monday, October 1, 2012 3:19 pm

A Cody man previously convicted of robbing Medical Center Pharmacy and suspected of aiding in the knife-point robbery of a woman found himself facing a third drug-related larceny accusation last week.

Logan Bessey, 23, was arrested Sept. 25 on intent to commit larceny for allegedly placing bogus phone calls to his neighbor between March 19-22 encouraging him to leave his home (and prescription medications) unattended.

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7 comments:

  • bonnfire- posted at 10:06 pm on Tue, Oct 9, 2012.

    bonnfire- Posts: 15

    Judge Waters does not sentence on felonies. If Bessy gets a slap on the wrist or probation it is because he violated the law while working for DCI. They want to avoid a trial and the public finding out what they really do in the "war on drugs". Law enforcement just wants us to accept what they and the prosecutors spoon feed the public in their press releases, and remain ignorant of their real operations. A favorable plea agreement will no doubt be forthcoming to this guy, but don't blame the judge. He didn't make the deal with the devil~law enforcement and the DA did.

     
  • noneknows posted at 7:11 pm on Sun, Oct 7, 2012.

    noneknows Posts: 1

    They wont make him go to prison as long as he keeps working with dci thats why he keeps getting off. he deserves to go to prison he will never change

     
  • wyomingbeautfy posted at 9:09 am on Thu, Oct 4, 2012.

    wyomingbeautfy Posts: 5

    What a great example this is setting for all the kids in Cody. If word gets around he can get away with this without punishment, it won't be long before more incidents like this start to happen.

     
  • PinkSue posted at 10:43 pm on Wed, Oct 3, 2012.

    PinkSue Posts: 43

    every single one of these comments are RIGHT!! He needs to pay for what he has done to actually get the point that you can't commit these crimes and keep on going.. like he has in the past... come on Judge Waters, grow some.. well I mean, do the correct thing and make him pay

     
  • codyhome1976 posted at 1:16 pm on Tue, Oct 2, 2012.

    codyhome1976 Posts: 3

    3 strikes and you're out. I hope we're done hearing about Bessey.

     
  • JimmiCap posted at 7:11 am on Tue, Oct 2, 2012.

    JimmiCap Posts: 14

    " Circuit Judge Bruce Waters advised Bessey of the potential punishment of 10 years in prison"

    He heard those hollow words two previous times.......probation.

     
  • Wyoming1 posted at 12:15 am on Tue, Oct 2, 2012.

    Wyoming1 Posts: 6

    This vermin should be locked up for life. Period end of statement.