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Aspiring Playboy Model, Private Pilot Arrested With About $2 M In Ecstasy At OC Airport

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SANTA ANA (CBSLA.com) — Authorities say they arrested a man and a woman at John Wayne Airport after a tip and found the pair were in possession of more than 50,000 ecstasy pills and about 90 pounds of the pill in powder form, called MDMA. The woman has been identified as an aspiring Playboy model and Vancouver real estate agent named Krista Marieann Boseley, 30. (losangeles.cbslocal.com) Más...

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cm5299
Chuck Me 11
Tip: If you're still an "aspiring playboy model" at age 30, it's time to let go of the dream.
preacher1
preacher1 1
stevooz
steve rogers 7
im sure she's going to do a lot of modeling in jail now , ouch !
moose061970
PAUL PETERSON 0
I like what you said. Good point.
tduggan2010
Tim Duggan 4
Is this really FlightAware worthy material? I mean, a drug bust at a local airport (AND yes, I've flown in and out of KSNA many times).

"Pro-Tip": IF you want to transport drugs, do not do it by air.

"Pro-Tip" #2: DON'T DO DRUGS!
sparkie624
sparkie624 2
I agree, not news worthy... But at the same time I love seeing someone like this get busted for something like this... We need them off the streets and news like this lets everyone know that the fight is going on.
AAaviator
AAaviator 4
Aspiring model --- with such hideous tattoos? That's like a sumo wrestler aspiring to be a ballet dancer.
genethemarine
Gene spanos 2
Lock'm up!~
sparkie624
sparkie624 -1
And throw away the key!
sparkie624
sparkie624 2
Good.. We don't need that type... Doing illegal stuff like that I hope she gets a maximum sentence.
btweston
btweston -5
Hater.
sparkie624
sparkie624 2
When it comes to people selling illegal drugs, you can count on it... I hate every one of them with a passion...
egnilk66
egnilk66 -9
I know, right? OOooh... ILLEGAL STUFF....DRUGGIES.... MDMA users are not likely going out and committing crimes or causing car crashes like people who drink. They're generally sitting around and listening to music and rubbing each others' skin. "Haters" is right. I guess sparkie's never enjoyed some ganja or even taken someone else's Motrin (not his prescription, so ILLEGAL) or Vicodin or whatever. But PROBABLY has driven his car after a drink or two....or more. Remember how Larry Craig crusaded against homosexuals?

Methinks the man doth protest too much.
sparkie624
sparkie624 0
You are right about me, but just for the record... I did have an alcoholic drink one time a very long time ago... :)
egnilk66
egnilk66 -7
He also probably wouldn't be hoping for a maximum sentence if it was his daughter.... Then he'd be begging for the court's mercy.
sparkie624
sparkie624 2
Bet me on it.... If it was my daughter, she does something like that, she gets what she gets....
egnilk66
egnilk66 -8
Mmmhmm. I guess that means you have no heart.

Back in my early criminal law classes days one of the instructors (a cop) asked, "If you pull over your mother for speeding....what do you do?"

A bunch of the super idealistic hardcore cop wanna bes said "GIVE HER A TICKET, GRRR!!!" and the instructor said, "Well, that just makes you an A-hole...that's your mom!"

;)
sparkie624
sparkie624 0
I do have a heart... My sister got into legal problems over selling controlled substance... She is on her own... Sorry.. Some people need to learn the heard way. If you do the crime, you have to do the time.

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sparkie624
sparkie624 1
Family is family... If it was my daughter she would be on her own... She will not learn to stand on her own 2 feet any sooner....
egnilk66
egnilk66 -8
So, to you, the War on Drugs is a good thing?
sparkie624
sparkie624 1
Yes! With emphasis... Any one who uses or distributes drugs illegally should pay the full extent of the law.... Even if it is my own family that is doing the crime, and I hate to say my sister is. The courts are way too lenient.
egnilk66
egnilk66 -8
Do you think that it's done a good job? Do you think the money that is spent on this War on Drugs has any return on investment?

Do you think people who use cannabis should be put in jail?

Do you know that there are systems where judges make money by making sure young people get jail sentences for non violent drug convictions?
sparkie624
sparkie624 -3
It could have done a lot better, but at the same time if they have not done what they did so far, it would be a lot worse world today... Just curious... are you around 20 - 25? Certainly sounds like you are less than that. I cannot imagine a person of a sound mind would e against it...
egnilk66
egnilk66 -5
I'm almost 40. However....I think critically....it's a much bigger issue than "Them's there's some druggggs, baddddd....put em in jaaaill!!!!"

https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/article/20141013220615-204068115-let-s-fix-it-end-the-war-on-drugs?trk=tod-home-art-list-small_2
egnilk66
egnilk66 -3
I also think that if you had done any research that you'd know that your statement, "but at the same time if they have not done what they did so far, it would be a lot worse world today" is patently baseless. On what do you base that assertion? Your feelings?
egnilk66
egnilk66 -3
http://www.drugabuse.gov/publications/drugfacts/nationwide-trends

Illicit drug use in America has been increasing. In 2012, an estimated 23.9 million Americans aged 12 or older—or 9.2 percent of the population—had used an illicit drug or abused a psychotherapeutic medication (such as a pain reliever, stimulant, or tranquilizer) in the past month. This is up from 8.3 percent in 2002. The increase mostly reflects a recent rise in the use of marijuana, the most commonly used illicit drug.



Have you also not taken into account that prescription drugs kill more people than "illicit" drugs? Not to mention how many people alcohol helps kill every single day.

http://articles.mercola.com/sites/articles/archive/2011/10/26/prescription-drugs-number-one-cause-preventable-death-in-us.aspx

http://www.drugfreeworld.org/drugfacts/prescription/abuse-international-statistics.html

According to a statement in that last link, teens feel that prescription drugs are safer and so use them more often than illegal drugs. (even though the death rate for the former is higher than the latter). Yay war on drugs!

Lots of information out there, Sparkie... You just have to read it.

http://www.nytimes.com/2008/06/14/us/14florida.html?_r=0
egnilk66
egnilk66 -3
The report’s findings track with similar studies by the federal Drug Enforcement Administration, which has found that roughly seven million Americans are abusing prescription drugs. If accurate, that would be an increase of 80 percent in six years and more than the total abusing cocaine, heroin, hallucinogens, Ecstasy and inhalants.

The Florida report analyzed 168,900 deaths statewide. Cocaine, heroin and all methamphetamines caused 989 deaths, it found, while legal opioids — strong painkillers in brand-name drugs like Vicodin and OxyContin — caused 2,328.



I'll just leave this here.....
sparkie624
sparkie624 2
I do not say this about many people, but being a person over 40, you sure do not know much about reality... Anyone who things this is a victimless crime is an idiot, and it seems like you are in that group. Legal Drugs being mis-used is just as bad as the illegal ones... this Is my last statement on this as I rarely communicate with idiots and I at this point are considering you to be one.
egnilk66
egnilk66 -2
Wow. When you resort to name-calling you've lost the argument.

It's been fun though. ;)
sparkie624
sparkie624 1
I never called you a name, I just said that you were an idiot, I never named you an idiot...
egnilk66
egnilk66 -1
hahaha Ok.



Last word.
preacher1
preacher1 4
Both of ya'll need to get over it and just drop it. It doesn't sound like either mind is going to change so just agree to disagree and go on.
sparkie624
sparkie624 2
Agreed... Good call preacher... Give you a thumbs up!
vs4punk
Nathan Louis 1
Don't forget that that drug enjoyed legal status in the US until the early 80's
watkinssusan
this happens..its even been reported that commercial crews have been busted for pills and pot transportation...although I agree this is not the ususal "flightaware" discussion, an occasional "light" article and comment doesnt hurt!
paultrubits
paul trubits 1
And don't do it in a float plane from one desert to another.
pwreschi
"We believe 50 to 100,000 ecstasy pills." Come on, that's a huge range. I guess maybe someone in the DEA wanted to pocket some of those 100,000 pills . . . wink.
wily1212
wily1212 1
Nice article, but this being a "Flight Aware" article, failed to mention the type aircraft and/or further information regarding the aircraft. I read this newsletter to get information concerning planes. Enjoy he shock value of the article, but would still like to know what they flew.
rayzeeman
Ray Zimmermann 1
If you view the TV news video in the article, they show the plane at about the 1:30 point. Looks like a Lake amphibian, registration G-FDKO.
wily1212
wily1212 0
TNX, apparently I slept through the vid. Been a busy day. C-FDKQ.
sparkie624
sparkie624 0
It was shown in the video... It was a Lake Amphibian aircraft (Float Plane).
sparkie624
sparkie624 0
By Looking at her picture, is she a model or modern art.... She is a total turn off.... She wanted to be a playboy bunny, but did not make it... I can see why.
btweston
btweston -1
Imagine if people were allowed to decide what to put into their bodies....
AWAAlum
AWAAlum 1
Not by any stretch defending it but - it IS their body.
egnilk66
egnilk66 -2
Exactly.
rayzeeman
Ray Zimmermann 0
Doesn't say what kind of plane, but I'm guessing it now belongs the Orange County Sheriff.
sparkie624
sparkie624 0
It the video it showed the plane... A Lake Amphibian float plane.
TorstenHoff
Torsten Hoff 0
Real estate must not pay like it used to...
inetfish
Jack Ng -4
Too bad they won't be doing hard labor! Matter of fact, most of these drug types get put up in a spa prison.
btweston
btweston -2
What's your deal?
egnilk66
egnilk66 -5
Let's also not forget that our tax dollars are used to prosecute and jail these people for victimless crimes.....and that the War on Drugs has led to massive reductions in freedoms and protections guaranteed by the constitution... 4th amendment anyone?
sparkie624
sparkie624 3
This is not a Victimless Crime by any means.... What about the end user.... They are the ones being damaged.
egnilk66
egnilk66 -4
Yes, but they make the decision on their own, no? It's like being responsible for yourself after smoking all of your life.

A victim is someone who is directly affected by someone else's criminal actions.
egnilk66
egnilk66 -4
I'm guessing here....but you're over 60....probably over 70, right?
sparkie624
sparkie624 1
No I am not, but I am not a youngster either... You mention it being a victimless crime, so you take one of these drug attics, flying high all doped up, and driving a car, and runs down your wife or daughter... That is what your so call victimless crime is... There are victims... The buyers are victims, and the people they hurt are victims... Lets say your son is a drug attic, so he can support his habit, he steels from you and sells it to get drug money... You are then the victim... It is bad all the way around.
egnilk66
egnilk66 -5
Are you aware something called alcohol? Would you stand behind a prohibition of Alcohol?
CloudSurfer89
CloudSurfer89 3
My goodness. There are so many more important things going on in this world than someone's ability to get a high in the United States.

Let me ask you a simple question. We are where we are now. Is expanding the availability of mind altering and addictive drugs going to be good or bad for this country in the long run? If you believe it will do good then there's no point in arguing with you. We are human and we are not immune to addiction and abuse. We are very capable of making bad decisions especially when we're tempted.

You forget that our country is made up of individuals. Without the individuals there is no country. So what does harm to the individuals will do harm to our country. I support clarity of mind and sound decisions, not increased availability of mind altering drugs to our citizens. And for the record, I am 25.
sparkie624
sparkie624 2
No I would not, but I agree with tougher DUI laws to get abusers off the road.... If you drive drunk I have no compassion for them... Everyone knows the consequences, You break the law, you have to be held accountable. Look how many drunk drivers murder people each year...
AWAAlum
AWAAlum 1
I hate to agree with this - this - this individual, but in a way he's right. I realize bringing in drugs isn't a victimless crime - with that how can you not agree? Drugs kill. However, if that's the case, why are there stores that sell guns legally? Certainly, they aren't victimless either. It's a messed up system.
kayjay58
Kent Henderson -3
Gee, I wonder who tipped the Feds off? Could it have been the casino after she won $7,500 off them(if the number is correct)? Inquiring minds want to know.
AWAAlum
AWAAlum 1
So you accept her story that she won that money gambling? I kinda figured it was proceeds from a sale.

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