Pair arrested for meth possession

Tuesday, July 15, 2008

A male Cloverdale resident and Indianapolis woman were arrested on Friday following a traffic stop that produced more than 20 grams of methamphetamine.

Sheriff's Deputy Joe Tesmer stated in his police report that he was sitting in the parking lot of the Bait and Tackle Shop at the corner of S.R. 243 and Burma Road when a black sport utility vehicle (SUV) rolled through the stop sign.

At that time, Tesmer got behind the SUV to initiate a traffic stop when he noticed the driver was handing something to the passenger and the passenger kept bending over.

At first, Tesmer noticed the driver, Michael Kolesar, 25, was shaking and had glassy eyes. Tesmer asked Kolesar to take a breathalyzer where he blew a .001.

At that time, Kolesar still seemed nervous so Tesmer asked if he could search the vehicle. Kolesar refused stating that the vehicle did not belong to him, but to his passenger Nancy Tarpley, age 50.

When Tarpley was asked about the search of her vehicle, she complied. As she got out of the SUV, Tesmer noticed a large bulge in her front pocket that turned out to be money wrapped in plastic and stuffed in a blue rubber glove.

She stated the money was from working on a trailer. When the money was counted, it was totaled at $4,886.

Upon the search of the vehicle, Tesmer located a Ziploc bag inside of a tampon container that held a meth pipe and several baggies of crystal meth. Inside the car, five baggies and two spoons were found.

Tesmer asked Cloverdale Officer Charlie Hallam to give the suspects another pat down at which time another baggie was located in Kolesar's front pocket.

After being read his Miranda rights, Kolesar refused to speak anymore. Tesmer said in his report that while en route to Putnam County Jail, Tarpley told him that the money was for buying and selling the meth and that she knew it was in the car, but it belonged to Kolesar.

During their initial hearing Monday morning, Senior Judge Diana LaViolette took their pleas of not guilty.

Tarpley was assigned public defender Mindy Jackman and was not allowed bond due to her being on probation in Marion County. Kolesar was given a $40,000 cash bond and assigned public defender Jim Recker. Their pre-trial conference is set for Sept. 4.

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  • There you go! Caught red handed, and a dealers's confession. Too bad they already sold $5,000 worth of poison. This is better than an I-70 bust, because these two were probably dealing locally. Thank you Officers Tesmer and Hallam!

    -- Posted by Xgamer on Tue, Jul 15, 2008, at 5:31 AM
  • We need to see more of this in the paper. We all owe these officers, they put thier life on the line to catch these people. Fine job. I also Thank You officers Tesmer and Hallam..

    -- Posted by BWCAW on Tue, Jul 15, 2008, at 6:41 AM
  • we need facts. and this isn't facts

    I don't believe the drug dealer (as you say) is in fact a cloverdalian I believe she is a stringtownian.

    And lets see in my opionion the one pointing their finger here doesn't have a leg to stand on considering, 1. She's snitching like a it's her J.O.B. when she gets in the car with the cop pointing the finger on someone else but her. 2. her box of tampons holding a meth pipe was found in HER car. Why would a man have his meth pipe in a tampon box when they don't even like being seen in the same ilse as pads/tampons in the store let alone caring them in there car. 3. Wow, look at all that money they found on her. Whe was quick to come up with a excuse of were the money came from. But if it wasn't hers it was all his. She wouldn't have been able to think that quick. 4. only thing that was found on the guy i remember reading in the article was "a baggie was located in Kolesar's front pocket" if we have baggies are we concidered drug dealers. WOW! I can understand stating the old lady with $4,886 in a glove in her pocket being acusded of being a drug dealer. But I don't know if It would be fair for me to accuse the guy of what evidence i've heard thus far.

    I 1/2 agree with this YES, GREAT JOB guys, but we need facts in the paper not opinions please. Especially when you say Cloverdale residents, The woman is not. That makes our town look bad when in fact we have trash coming into our town from the out skirts making the look bad.

    This is news not the enquirer.

    -- Posted by czsbabygirl on Tue, Jul 15, 2008, at 9:17 AM
  • czsbabygirl, you are right, I did make a mistake in saying Mrs. Tarpley was from Cloverdale as it states very clearly in the scanner she is from Indianapolis. I will change that immediately online.

    -- Posted by kevincrafton on Tue, Jul 15, 2008, at 9:46 AM
  • kolesar may be alot of things. We used to be friends back in the day. Some of us grow out of drugs and some are doomed by the lil town of cloverdale. This town breeds drugs. I guarntee kolsar was on meth. But a drug dealer he is not. He has never had 2 quarters to rub togeather And unless there is a law against being in a car with drugs they should let him go n get him some help. Good luck colsey

    -- Posted by joesomebody420 on Tue, Jul 15, 2008, at 11:53 AM
  • Technically, you can't be on meth without making it yourself or buying it, or have it given to you. If you buy it, you make a deal with somebody,,,if you make it, then you are a manufacturer, if you are high on it, then you are a user. This is the chance for this young man to take charge of his life and get away from this demon drug. He needs friends that don't blame their drug problems on this town. Let him free now? Yeah, right! Perhaps the state will offer some help and he should be encouraged to take advantage of it.

    -- Posted by Xgamer on Tue, Jul 15, 2008, at 12:56 PM
  • More dealers off the street-Thanks to the Officers. They can get their rehab in prison if they want the help.

    -- Posted by peace2019 on Tue, Jul 15, 2008, at 1:32 PM
  • Sorry, a gram, a half a's against the law. Drugs kill! Great Job Officers!!!

    -- Posted by sad_but_true on Tue, Jul 15, 2008, at 7:28 PM
  • oceangirl

    How can you say you can't blame the town when the town is made of people, people do and sell drugs, and if there weren't so many crackheads running around with it people would have a better chance to get off of it.which is what I meant by doomed by the town ( the people)

    -- Posted by joesomebody420 on Tue, Jul 15, 2008, at 9:03 PM
  • You know that's fine!

    To all of U people; you don't even know Kolesar at all. Yes, Kolesar has had some hard times. But you don't need to judge him either. He was in the wrong place at the wrong time. Plus Kolesar doesn't use tampons and he won't even go buy them. Anyway that wasn't his vehicle and that wasn't his drugs either. All of the stuff in the vehicle belongs to Trapely. Trapely was the one dealing and saling the drugs. She made Kolesar drive, because she doesn't know Cloverdale that well. Trapely lives in Indianapolis on Hardening St. Oh by the way he didn't know that the drugs were in the vehicle. So people get your facts straight, before you say anything. One more thing, Trapely snitch on everybody that she was dealing with.

    -- Posted by U Don't Know on Tue, Jul 15, 2008, at 9:29 PM
  • joesomebody420

    Kind of sounds like you were taking drugs, since U know a lot about of it and how hard it is to get off of it too. So U don't need to judge other people either. Know the facts!!!!

    -- Posted by U Don't Know on Tue, Jul 15, 2008, at 10:17 PM
  • To U Don't Know. Well it sounds like you do know the young man. But how can you use the defense, I didn't know it was in the car, the car doesn't belong to me. And why would you drive someone elses car because they made you. Was she holding a gun to his head to make him drive? Why does everyone always blame other ppl for their drug use? If you do drugs it is because YOU choose to do drugs. If the young man was seen handing something over to the passenger (the owner of the SUV)and he is not guilty then give him a lie detector test and the woman too for that matter and just see who is telling the truth and who is not. but if you do drugs and you get caught no matter how much you have on you then it should all be a felony and considered dealing due to the fact that you are caught with more than one person can consume by themselves and get these low life SOB's off the city streets where our children are. I live outside of Cloverdale but it doesn't matter where you live drugs are everywhere so get over it and quit blaming everyone else and admit you have problem because YOU choose to do drugs and get the help that you need but you have to want the help to get it and if you think that you will only get help when you get caught and it's up to the judicial system to give you the help, why should we (taxpayers) have to pay for that help if you are only saying you want help as part of you plee agreement?

    -- Posted by catlover19732003 on Tue, Jul 15, 2008, at 10:20 PM
  • catlover19732003:

    First of all yes I do know him. Kolesar is a good guy that would do anything for anybody. Plus she gave him $25 to drive her around and that's why he did it. Plus he is not a low lifer SOB either, you better get your facts straight. He lost everything when his fiancÚ secured him over. Then feel into depression bad. So don't tell me that I don't know!!!!

    -- Posted by U Don't Know on Tue, Jul 15, 2008, at 10:27 PM
  • This is not the first time for Tarpley of doing this. She got probation out of the other one, but she blamed it on the other person, like she is doing to Kolesar. The other guy was young too and is sitting in Jail for what she did.

    -- Posted by U Don't Know on Tue, Jul 15, 2008, at 10:57 PM
  • Either way, everyone can make a choice of whether or not to do drugs, deal drugs, or hang out with people that do drugs. Everyone has a choice and everyone knows the consequence. It's your own fault if you get caught.

    I might be a little wary if someone offered me $25 to drive them around. That right there sounds a little fishy.

    Drugs against the law....just distance yourselves from this stuff if you don't feel like getting getting arrested. People do it all the time, it's not really that hard.

    -- Posted by indtonyc on Wed, Jul 16, 2008, at 6:57 AM
  • I dont believe anyone should blame the town of Cloverdale either or any small town! You have the choice of saying yes or no to drugs. Isnt that what we have heard all of our lives? Just say NO. It's no ones fault but your own, not the towns. If all your friends do it...choose other friends. Dont place the blame on something else. Greencastle has just as much drug users as's not the towns fault..its the peoples fault. Drug addiction is a sickness, sometimes it take them getting in trouble before they will get help.

    -- Posted by sickofitall on Wed, Jul 16, 2008, at 8:57 AM
  • small bust but glad its off the streets now, bless the law.

    -- Posted by Zionsville317 on Wed, Jul 16, 2008, at 12:09 PM
  • Yep....that must be why the baggie was in his pocket. (sense the sarcasm?)I'm a recovering meth addict. Let me try to educate a little...

    No, if you have baggies, you are not dealing drugs. But when you have a little "gram" baggie with a ziplock top or a "corner" baggie, you've had some kind of dope.

    Why hide your pipe in a tampon box? Because you're a guy....Why would the cops look in a tampon box if a man is driving. That was this guy's thought process. And this woman, who blames the guy by stating that it was his? It's irrelevant. If you are in a vehicle with dope, you get charged with dope.

    I don't know who is innocent, if anyone, in this situation. But the fact that the guy was "driving her around" because he was making $25? Yeah....Sounds like he was making a 1/4 gram of dope for running someone somewhere.

    If anyone was with this woman, even without any "baggies" in their pockets, they would have at least been charged with visiting a common nuisance.

    I don't think this man fell into a depression. This man is on dope. They can point the finger at each other all they want. They are both in trouble. If this guy hasn't been in trouble before, he might get off easy. But, I believe that even if they only find a baggie with residue and they test it and it tests positive for meth, that's considered posession. If he's been in any trouble before, he needs to be ready to sit where he is. Any meth possession charge is a FELONY. Up to 2 years.

    Whoever you are that know this man, he needs help and it will not be easy. You're being pretty defensive for this "wonderful man" who got screwed over. Big friggin' deal. Move on with life and get over it. Sucks to find out that your "friend" is a doper, huh?

    Makes me proud to be recovered. What a life these people are living.

    -- Posted by ldavis123 on Thu, Jul 17, 2008, at 1:52 PM
  • This site is for stating evidence and that's what I am doing. Because I know a lot more than you people do. I get the scoop from some of the insiders. Yes, I will admit that he needs help. But he was caught with a baggie. So U better get your facts straight. We don't need any opinion!!!

    -- Posted by U Don't Know on Thu, Jul 17, 2008, at 10:19 PM
  • To U Don't Know:

    I was not intending to offend you and I apologize if that's what you think. The truth of the matter is...I don't know you and could care less what you think about me but I am sorry. I understand that you are going to bat for your friend and I believe that your friend needs somebody to defend him. This is intended for commenting and opinions. If I know the facts, I will state them. You are not "stating facts" because you get "the scoop from insiders" unless you have obtained a law degree or your insiders are affiliated with the police officers, attorneys or judges. If not, you'll be in for a shock, my dear.

    I, on the other hand, am very educated in similar situations. I have almost gone to jail for this, myself. Your friend had a baggie and that's all he needed to have to be charged with possession of paraphenilia. If there was any residue in that baggie and it tests positive for amphetamines, your friend can and most likely will be charged with possession of a controlled substance. This is not a light charge. This is a widespread epidemic and the laws are getting stricter all the time.

    Since the baggies of meth were in neither of their immediate possession, they both get charged. It's amazing to think that a woman that this guy didn't really know would throw him under the bus. Choose your friends wisely. If he wasn't doing any, why was the baggie in his pocket? In his watch pocket?

    Unfortunately, since there were multiple bags of dope, and a lot of cash, this is a "possession with intent to distribute" case.

    I too, have "insiders" in relation to this case.

    Unless you were there, or as I stated above, have "the inside scoop" from the authorities involved in this case, then all you have is heresay. Heresay is irrelevant in a felony case.

    If you want to butt heads with me, then go ahead. But I am stating a combination of FACTS and opinion. You are stating opinion and heresay.

    Your friend very well could have been severely depressed because of the "screw over", but doing the dope only magnifies the situation. I never said that he was a low life....I don't really think anybody did. You don't have to be a bad person to be a methhead. And it doesn't necessarily make him a bad person. I'm simply telling you that unless you have done meth and been taken over by the addiction, then you have no clue what it does to your mind and thought process. Even if you have friends that have done it, you have no idea what it does to a person.

    That's why among many nicknames that meth has, it bears one that sticks, for me, anyway. It's the devil's drug. It sucks you straight down into a spiral.

    -- Posted by ldavis123 on Fri, Jul 18, 2008, at 7:28 AM
  • And one more thing.....

    It doesn't matter if he only had a baggie. Do you not see what he was charged with?

    Like I said, even if you say you didn't know the dope was there or that it's not your car, if you are in a vehicle with someone who posesses the drugs, you get charged as well. Idenitical charges were filed in both cases. THAT IS A FACT. The only difference is that the woman is being held due to being on probation in Marion County. Apprently, your friend is not on probation or he would not have been able to bond out. As I said before, be sure to choose your friends wisely. And if you only want facts listed in regards to this story, then maybe you should try to obtain the legal facts, which you obviously do not have.

    * Michael Kolesar, 25, Cloverdale, was booked at 8:20 p.m. Friday for possession or use of legend drugs, possession of methamphetamine, reckless possession of paraphernalia and dealing in methamphetamines.

    * Nancy Tarpley, 50, Indianapolis, was booked at 8:54 p.m. for possession of methamphetamine, possession or use of legend drugs, dealing in methamphetamines and reckless possession of paraphernalia.

    -- Posted by ldavis123 on Fri, Jul 18, 2008, at 8:42 AM
  • To ldavis123:

    Well said !!! I have a question though - what DOES meth do to the mind and thought process ?

    I've heard 'stories' that a person becomes addicted the first time they use it because it creates a sense of euphoria like no other .... EXCEPT ..... what it really does is burn out the pleasure centers of the brain - and the person who used meth keeps using, trying to achieve that euphoric state again but cannot because those receptors have been destroyed ..... and they never feel joy or humor,laughter again. Do you feel that this is true ?

    I do know that using meth turns a normal looking brain into a brain with holes in it - like waffles have ...... hence one of the nicknames for meth users - waffle-heads.

    To U-don't-know:

    I agree with what was written earlier - that "It's amazing to think that a woman that this guy didn't really know would throw him under the bus. (occupational hazzard ? ) Choose your friends wisely." (she's not his friend ... she doesn't care about him .... sounds like he was more of a hired hand to do her driving around the area while she conducted business .... she will save herself and let him go down the drain.)

    Don't rely on the gossip or "the scoop" - it's unreliable.

    -- Posted by Scripted Spontaneity on Fri, Jul 18, 2008, at 10:23 AM
  • To: ldavis123

    Well to tell you something the prosecutor laughts at Kolesar, because he says there's no way that Kolesar is being charge for Tarpley's stupid actions. So don't tell me that I don't know the facts and plus I know more than you do. Like I said before I have a inside scoop.

    -- Posted by U Don't Know on Fri, Jul 18, 2008, at 11:07 AM
  • I think this is hilarious...people that do drugs need to rot in prison........

    -- Posted by michelle88 on Fri, Jul 18, 2008, at 11:09 AM
  • To U Don't Know:

    I never said that some of the charges would not be dropped, especially if this is the guys first offense. I was "stating the fact" of what the man was charged with, since you are so concerned with the facts and evidence.

    So, you are a personal affiliate of Tim Bookwalter's? Because if we are just going to argue back and forth and you know so much, then you just keep on going. You don't know me or anything about me or my affiliates in Putnam County. Nor do you no what I do for a living or how I might be the one with "the inside scoop".

    I'm not going to have a battle of wits with someone who doesn't seem to have any. And I'm sorry if I just personally offended you, but you have no right to personally attack me and tell me that I don't know the facts when you really don't know what information I have. As a person who has a pretty good knowledge of the law, and being a recovering addict, I have no intentions here other than to state the facts of the law, state the facts of a meth user and voice my opinion and concern for meth users.

    To owenmama:

    Thank you so much for actually taking the time to ask what the effects are. I have been clean for 6 years after nearly 8 years of heavy use. Every day is a struggle as I have no motivation to get up and do things that normal people do. I still have a sense of humor and yes, I do have the capability to be joyful. However, the effects are permanent. It increases the level of naturally occuring dopamine (the chemical that makes you feel good). Your brain comes equipped with enough to last throughout a lifetime. Meth kicks this release of chemicals into overdrive so you do have a sense of euphoria. But once the dopamine is gone your brain doesn't produce to replenish what was lost. The main reason that I used was because I had so much energy. Things that people do from day to day, i.e., laundry, house cleaning, were constantly done. However, after being awake for 3 days, or at the most I was able to stay awake, 9 days, your body shuts down. Much can be accomplished in 3 days of constant motion. But once the body shuts down and the dope is gone, it's difficult to get going on your own again. I also suffer from depression because of it. That is why I stated in earlier comments that if the man was depressed, using only made it worse.

    I enjoy life as much as I can and I realize that I wasted a lot of it. I can't go back and change the past so I choose not to dwell on the mistakes that I have made. I live for today and tomorrow because I can't right the wrongs of my past.

    I am 30 years old, happily married, (to the man that was my dealer until we got clean together) and I have 2 children from a previous marriage and a new baby.

    I live life to the fullest and enjoy the simple things that I never did before. I realize how lucky I am and want nothing more than help addicts. Every day is a struggle....the urge is still there.

    If you would like more information, please let me know.

    -- Posted by ldavis123 on Fri, Jul 18, 2008, at 12:08 PM
  • My mistake, I meant the public defender, not the prosecutor.

    -- Posted by U Don't Know on Sat, Jul 19, 2008, at 9:36 PM
  • Then you are a personal contact of Jim Recker?

    As I've said before, you don't know me, where I work or what information I have in regards to this. So, unless you are the one meeting with Jim, then you only know what you have heard. Which is not fact or evidence.

    I'm done with this because you're arguing about facts and evidence when you weren't there and you are the one that doensn't know.

    Take care and encourage your friend to seek treatment and stay away from the crowd he's been hanging with. They aren't a good group of people and unless he gets away from them, he won't get better.

    -- Posted by ldavis123 on Sat, Jul 19, 2008, at 9:46 PM
  • To: ldavis123

    I am sorry if I offended you too. But you do not know me either or what I do. Yes I know what's going on and I got some inside scoop too. I will be back on here, especially when Kolesar gets out.

    I am sorry if I offended anybody, but all this is hurtful. Will you please stop judging, because you don't really know him at all?

    -- Posted by U Don't Know on Sat, Jul 19, 2008, at 9:57 PM
  • U don't know:

    I'm sorry I didn't mean he was a low life SOB I meant drug dealers were. I didn't mean to offend you but I agree with what was said before. If your friend fell into the drugs due to depression then he is going to need all the help and support he can get from family and friends. Recovory of any kind is hard to do alone. I too have some "inside scoop" I have a family member who is a STATE POLICE OFFICER, one that is a lawyer, one that is with the sheriff's dept and I have know Greencastle's sheriff, Mark Frisbee since I was in grade school. I also went to school with public defender Mindy Jackman. So I too have some inside scoop and with what I know your friend needs you right now. It sucks that he was so hard up that pymt of $25 to drive her around has put him in this mess. But if he wasn't such a "good guy" as you put it he wouldn't have taken her around for 25 bucks without first being leery of why she wanted someone to drive her around and if nearly $5000 was found in the car then why did she only offer him $25. If someone that I didn't know (or knew and knew they were on drugs) offered me $25 bucks to drive them around I would have to decline because my life is priceless and so is the stability of my family's. Ever ask your friend why he would do such a stupid thing if he is a "good guy"? I think that there is more to this story then you are getting out of him. I think that you are in denial of your friend doing this because to you he is such a "good guy". Again i'm sorry if i offended you i wasn't trying to do that i was just stating my opinion in the matter of this story.

    -- Posted by catlover19732003 on Sun, Jul 20, 2008, at 6:56 PM
  • I too, am done with this and most likely will not even check on this again.

    My only intention was to provide legal information because I come from a family of attorneys, I am very close to members of various law enforcement agencies and to provide some information to you that you might not have been aware of. As well as being a recovered meth addict, which I feel gives me more insight into this than most people have.

    My fear is that your "friend" is in more trouble than you think. I know all the signs of a "closet" meth user and would be willing to provide any information that will aid you in getting help for your friend.

    As I said, he might very well be a great guy. I don't think I'm a bad person. And I've almost gone to jail for the same thing. Sometimes poeple just can't cope with things and doing meth (or whatever other drugs they do) makes it go away for awhile. Just please realize that I never intended to offend anyone or say for sure that your friend was using. I do, however find it odd that he had a baggie in his pocket, but you don't believe that he was using. Why else would he have an empty baggie in his watch pocket?

    Upon your friends release, you should help him seek treatment for his depression and possible drug use. It's obvious that you care for this person or you would not be defending him in the manner that have been. There are agencies that can help financially in assisting with this type of help. I feel, however, that he will be court ordered to attend drug classes and be ordered probation. Maybe the fact that he will be forced to submit to random drug testing will help him stay off of it. Chances are, they tested him upon entering the facility.

    Take care and please, if you care for this man, help him. He needs to know that someone cares enough to do whatever it takes. He can contact me if he wishes.

    Thank you,


    -- Posted by ldavis123 on Mon, Jul 21, 2008, at 7:29 AM
  • i dont know kolsar personally but thru my business. i do know he came in often sweating profusely, didnt matter if it was winter or summer. talk real fast, stutter and fidget the whole time. these are all symptoms of a meth user. i do know he has driven around on a suspended license for a couple of years and i think he received a driving while suspended during that time.

    he is a polite and nice guy. i dont know anyone that doesnt like him. but he is 25 with no job and hasnt had one for long (if at all) in my 8 years of knowing him. also still lives at home. what i am getting at; he has nothing to do all day long everyday. so those people usually tend to make bad decisions and hang with whoever they can find. which is usually other deadbeats doing bad things.

    i was once an addict myself and i thank God for sending me to jail. i am sure that was my best way of kicking that sh*t. it is so powerful and makes every user somebody they are not.

    we all argue over these arrest and not one of us know the out come of any of these cases until its over. so often the same charges are given different sentencings. there are many factors in the judges decisions. and all my years in court nothing matters until the judge has spoken.

    good luck micheal.....times do change.....but only you can make them better

    -- Posted by badboy46120 on Mon, Jul 21, 2008, at 9:28 AM
  • It seems to me that no one READ THE POLICE OFFICERS COMMENTS!! Duh people the officer stated that the 1.MALE driver ran the stop sign-2.MALE driver was GLASSY EYED-3.MALE driver HANDED passenger something-4. MALE driver was nervous 5. MALE driver had BAGGY OF DOPE in POCKET!!! So while we are stating facts please read first (which you can do by SCROLLING back up the page!!)and if I were a male METH user and DEALER I would put my DOPE in the FEMALES tampon box, duh, most of them do, because they believe law officer's tend to go lighter on females that are WILLING to take the RAP, but obviously this one was NOT!! And as far as TRASH arriving to your dear county- we send them to you to join your other drug infested hovels-we do not need them coming here!! Proud Indianapolis resident.

    -- Posted by Stella25 on Fri, Aug 1, 2008, at 10:35 PM
  • First of all, you can't believe everything you read in a newspaper - let alone, online. None of you people even know Ms. Tarpley, and to judge her as you are shows nothing but the worst of character flaws within yourselves. She and her family are having a hard enough time dealing with this, so before you jump to conclusions you should really get the facts straight. If the court system would actually help people that use/deal drugs, instead of locking them away, then maybe that would help keep drugs off the street. Here's a thought: maybe the best way to help the drug war isn't to drain people and their families of every dollar they have, so that they have to either - 1. find a quick way to make money so they can dig themselves out of a hole or 2. get so disgusted with themselves and their poverished lifestyle that they resort back to using.

    And CZSbabygirl, your information is completely off, and you should learn how to spell before you blog about something that you have only hearsay on.

    I'm not slandering anyone else involved in the situation. They were BOTH there, so you can pretend that he is squeaky clean all you want.

    Catlover - These "low life" SOB's as you say, also can be caught as members of circumstance, and she has children too. I happen to be one of them. If your children are out on the streets, that's a personal problem and it's your responsibility to raise them.

    Whoever mentioned her previous case, your information is also incorrect. As is with whoever tried to lay out her street adress, your information is also false.

    In short, NONE OF YOU know anything about Tarpley, and therefore NONE OF YOU should have anything to say about it.

    -- Posted by TheTruth111 on Mon, Aug 4, 2008, at 12:15 PM
  • WOW, how naive can you people be? shes such a bad person, when HE brought stringtown to cloverdale...and cloverdale obviously has many meth users...the media can pick and choose its words as it pleases to make a story one sided...and he obviously would use a tampon box for the very same reasons stated by czsbabygirl that he would he wouldnt look obvious...indianapolis may have its faults...but 90% of CLOVERDALE IS METH.....its sure not here... and how can he be such a great person, he had all the symptoms of a meth user, and the paper didnt state other minor details i happen to know and you do not, so what if she had money, its the usual case of a MAN wanting a WOMAN to go down for him, he was very sneaky, i must say, pick the older lady with a family, shell hold it all, hell just drive....yeah right, hes a coward. you say shes the trash and hes innocent, then talk of how he doesnt work and is an obvious fiend...and she does not live on HARDING street, yeah, u spelled it wrong, and its TARPLEY, cloverdale is filled with illiterate trash. and nobody is sitting in jail over anything shes ever did, so get your facts straight, and go on thinking he and your towns people are so innocent and great and being hypocritical and pointing the finger at the other guy, but i know the truth, and i can sleep at night.

    -- Posted by tarpd2 on Mon, Aug 4, 2008, at 2:46 PM
  • To tarpd2:

    Uh accused me, let me tell you something. Indianapolis has more meth and meth users in the town. Plus she has been on probation for 11 years and blame it on somebody else. So you need to get your facts straight. Tarpley was going to move to cunot, when she was supposed to move in with her daughter, because of her probation. You don't need to be judging czsbabygirl. Plus we don't need the meth stuff from your town. So your town must be filled with illiterate trash, because that's where Tarpley came from. So keep away.

    -- Posted by U Don't Know on Fri, Aug 8, 2008, at 10:41 PM
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