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  • #142031
    stabbed by foulke
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    Local guys are getting scooped by the Laconia Daily Sun – a free paper that’s all ads and local press releases. I can’t even post a link to the article without WordPress flagging the site as spam.

    Patriots’ Chung facing Belknap County drug charge

    By MICHAEL MORTENSEN, The Laconia Daily Sun Aug 22, 2019 Updated 10 min ago

    New England Patriots safety Patrick Chung’s home in Meredith. (Laconia Daily Sun photo)

    LACONIA — New England Patriots safety Patrick C. Chung is scheduled to be in Belknap Superior Court next Wednesday to be arraigned on a charge of cocaine possession.

    A Belknap County grand jury indicted Chung, 32, on the charge on Aug. 8.

    A highly placed law enforcement source confirmed the person indicted and the football player are the same person.

    Chung “did possess or have under his control a quantity of the controlled substance cocaine” on June 25 in Meredith, according to the indictment. When asked for a booking photo, Meredith Police Chief Kevin Morrow said Chung “was not arrested and there is no photo to provide.”

    The details surrounding Chung’s encounter with law enforcement were not clear in the indictment.

    A number for Chung’s agent could not be found.

    Belknap County Attorney Andrew Livernois, whose office sought the indictment and is prosecuting the case, is on vacation and could not be reached for comment.

    The indictment lists Chung – who signed a contract extension in April and has won three Super Bowl rings with the Patriots – as a resident of Meredith.

    Town records show that Patrick Chung owns a lakeside residence in Meredith. Court records also list an address on Green St., in Foxborough, Massachusetts.

    A court notification form in Chung’s court file states he is scheduled to be arraigned next Wednesday at 8:30 a.m. The form states that defendants are required to appear at their arraignments. However, an attorney could request the arraignment be waived, or an attorney could ask the court for permission to appear in court on a client’s behalf.

    The court file lists no attorney as representing Chung.

    Calls to the New England Patriots seeking comment Thursday morning were not immediately returned.

    Cocaine possession is a Class B felony and carries a potential prison term of 3½ to seven years.

    The Jamaican-born Chung first played for the Patriots from 2009 to 2012, and then returned to the team in 2014 after playing one year with the Philadelphia Eagles.

    #142032
    Lebron
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    3.5-7 years for possession?  Jesus.

    #142033
    Danny Duberstein
    Participant

    Live Free or Die….just stay away from the gak.

    #142034
    stabbed by foulke
    Participant

    Chung wasn’t arrested in June because he wasn’t in NH at the time. Police entered his home responding to a house alarm, found the coke on a table.

    #142035
    02062
    Participant

    Local guys are getting scooped by the Laconia Daily Sun – a free paper that’s all ads and local press releases. I can’t even post a link to the article without WordPress flagging the site as spam.

    Patriots’ Chung facing Belknap County drug charge

    By MICHAEL MORTENSEN, The Laconia Daily Sun Aug 22, 2019 Updated 10 min ago

    New England Patriots safety Patrick Chung’s home in Meredith. (Laconia Daily Sun photo)

    LACONIA — New England Patriots safety Patrick C. Chung is scheduled to be in Belknap Superior Court next Wednesday to be arraigned on a charge of cocaine possession.

    A Belknap County grand jury indicted Chung, 32, on the charge on Aug. 8.

    A highly placed law enforcement source confirmed the person indicted and the football player are the same person.

    Chung “did possess or have under his control a quantity of the controlled substance cocaine” on June 25 in Meredith, according to the indictment. When asked for a booking photo, Meredith Police Chief Kevin Morrow said Chung “was not arrested and there is no photo to provide.”

    The details surrounding Chung’s encounter with law enforcement were not clear in the indictment.

    A number for Chung’s agent could not be found.

    Belknap County Attorney Andrew Livernois, whose office sought the indictment and is prosecuting the case, is on vacation and could not be reached for comment.

    The indictment lists Chung – who signed a contract extension in April and has won three Super Bowl rings with the Patriots – as a resident of Meredith.

    Town records show that Patrick Chung owns a lakeside residence in Meredith. Court records also list an address on Green St., in Foxborough, Massachusetts.

    A court notification form in Chung’s court file states he is scheduled to be arraigned next Wednesday at 8:30 a.m. The form states that defendants are required to appear at their arraignments. However, an attorney could request the arraignment be waived, or an attorney could ask the court for permission to appear in court on a client’s behalf.

    The court file lists no attorney as representing Chung.

    Calls to the New England Patriots seeking comment Thursday morning were not immediately returned.

    Cocaine possession is a Class B felony and carries a potential prison term of 3½ to seven years.

    The Jamaican-born Chung first played for the Patriots from 2009 to 2012, and then returned to the team in 2014 after playing one year with the Philadelphia Eagles.

    To be fair they’ve been busy since June 25th.

    1. Interpreting Gronk Instagram posts
    2. Demanding Brady get paid.
    3. Speculating on Brady’s whereabouts next year
    4. Dabbling in high end real estate and what it takes to move a $30M house
    5. Worrying about the departure of the Reverend Easterby
    6. Caserio’s leaving, maybe
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    #142036
    Yahtzee
    Participant

    What a fvcking moron.

    #142037
    Danny Duberstein
    Participant

    Who leaves coke out on a table?

     

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    #142038
    Lebron
    Participant

    So he could have been letting someone use the place?

    #142040
    Yahtzee
    Participant

    Sox win!

    In Hitler/Stalin news, the weird Kirk Minihane fans/Turtle Boy types are blasting EEI for “costing” the Jimmy Fund $1 million this year.  Collections were that much lower.

    #142041
    chicowalker
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    Chung wasn’t arrested in June because he wasn’t in NH at the time. Police entered his home responding to a house alarm, found the coke on a table.

    there was some left? :ohmy: :ph34r:   all signs point to the cousin

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    #142044
    stabbed by foulke
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    Lawyer types: this doesn’t stick does it? Unless this it out in the open under a sign that said “free cocaine” it’s an illegal search, right?

    https://twitter.com/LiamWBZ/status/1164632446593327104

    #142046
    jforb
    Participant

    My internet reading is that the search was probably ok but you’re not going to be able to prove it was his easily.

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    #142047
    stabbed by foulke
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    Howe:

    Sources told The Athletic there were people at Chung’s house that night, but they left the residence to go elsewhere. The house alarm was later triggered, prompting police to report to the scene. Inside, they found cocaine when no one was home, the sources said. No one was arrested that night.

    #142048
    Big Fat O
    Participant

    Sox win!

    In Hitler/Stalin news, the weird Kirk Minihane fans/Turtle Boy types are blasting EEI for “costing” the Jimmy Fund $1 million this year. Collections were that much lower.

    I’m sure the thought process was to not give to the Jimmy Fund because they canned Kirk and Kkkallhan. There could be a few but not enough to add up to 1 mil.

    Talk about one over inflating their self worth.

    #142049
    Canadian Soldier
    Participant

    Maybe it’s because the Sox are having a down year and the ratings for the games on TV and radio are down.  Nahhhh.  Has to be about Kirk and Gerry and Alex. :lol:

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    #142051
    Humphrey
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    I used to donate platelets. Same concept as Chico’s donation, only the process took long enough to watch a movie.

    What sucked was the last half hour or so they kept putting blankets on you as you got colder and colder.

    After I got mono they didn’t want me as a donor any more. As they used to bug me every couple months to do it, it was the one fringe benefit of my illness.

    #142053
    Coma
    Participant

    Local guys are getting scooped by the Laconia Daily Sun – a free paper that’s all ads and local press releases. I can’t even post a link to the article without WordPress flagging the site as spam.

    Good point. On the hand, I do look forward to Ben Volin going to Laconia to try and find a cocaine dealer/try to buy some cocaine. Maybe that will go very badly for him.

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    #142054
    raftan
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    maybe a Jets fan broke into his house, triggered the alarm and left the coke out for the cops to find.

    #142055
    Laszlo Panaflex
    Participant

    maybe a Jets fan broke into his house, triggered the alarm and left the coke out for the cops to find.

    Jet fans aren’t smart enough to find their way up to NH (they get lost in Vermont) and would probably have used up all the coke on the drive.

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    #142056
    jforb
    Participant

    Well, Chung’s screwed

    Friday surprise: Patrick Chung indicted on cocaine charges that seem pretty easy for him to beat, or at least explain away. This won’t amount to much for him or the team.

    #142057
    Canadian Soldier
    Participant

    So the Boston sports media believe:

    1. Alex Cora blew it when he rested his starting pitchers during spring training.
    2. Bill Belichick blew it when he played Brandon King and other starters in the third preseason game.

    Okay.  Got it.

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    #142058
    02062
    Participant

    So the Boston sports media believe:

    1. Alex Cora blew it when he rested his starting pitchers during spring training.
    2. Bill Belichick blew it when he played Brandon King and other starters in the third preseason game.

    Okay. Got it.

    Other important sports journalism was being conducted yesterday as well.

    Shank followed Buck’s lead with a Roger # retirement column.

    It’s why newspapers are still vital.

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    #142059
    Humphrey
    Participant

    Roger sent Shank’s daughter some presents when she was in Children’s Hospital fighting cancer.

    Krafty Bob refused to invite Shank to some breakfast.

    You do the math.

    (edit) And regardless, Volin’s a dipshit.

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    #142061
    02062
    Participant

    and yet, lou merloni got a color job on radio and did the same thing?

    Miley Cyrus Was Fired from SONY Movie for Penis Cake Photos…

     

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    #142062
    Miserable Fellow
    Participant

    Local guys are getting scooped by the Laconia Daily Sun – a free paper that’s all ads and local press releases. I can’t even post a link to the article without WordPress flagging the site as spam.

    Patriots’ Chung facing Belknap County drug charge

    By MICHAEL MORTENSEN, The Laconia Daily Sun Aug 22, 2019 Updated 10 min ago

    New England Patriots safety Patrick Chung’s home in Meredith. (Laconia Daily Sun photo)

    LACONIA — New England Patriots safety Patrick C. Chung is scheduled to be in Belknap Superior Court next Wednesday to be arraigned on a charge of cocaine possession.

    A Belknap County grand jury indicted Chung, 32, on the charge on Aug. 8.

    A highly placed law enforcement source confirmed the person indicted and the football player are the same person.

    Chung “did possess or have under his control a quantity of the controlled substance cocaine” on June 25 in Meredith, according to the indictment. When asked for a booking photo, Meredith Police Chief Kevin Morrow said Chung “was not arrested and there is no photo to provide.”

    The details surrounding Chung’s encounter with law enforcement were not clear in the indictment.

    A number for Chung’s agent could not be found.

    Belknap County Attorney Andrew Livernois, whose office sought the indictment and is prosecuting the case, is on vacation and could not be reached for comment.

    The indictment lists Chung – who signed a contract extension in April and has won three Super Bowl rings with the Patriots – as a resident of Meredith.

    Town records show that Patrick Chung owns a lakeside residence in Meredith. Court records also list an address on Green St., in Foxborough, Massachusetts.

    A court notification form in Chung’s court file states he is scheduled to be arraigned next Wednesday at 8:30 a.m. The form states that defendants are required to appear at their arraignments. However, an attorney could request the arraignment be waived, or an attorney could ask the court for permission to appear in court on a client’s behalf.

    The court file lists no attorney as representing Chung.

    Calls to the New England Patriots seeking comment Thursday morning were not immediately returned.

    Cocaine possession is a Class B felony and carries a potential prison term of 3½ to seven years.

    The Jamaican-born Chung first played for the Patriots from 2009 to 2012, and then returned to the team in 2014 after playing one year with the Philadelphia Eagles.

    I like how they made sure to include “Jamaican born” in relation to Chung.

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