Any time I hear Auburn fans claiming Tuscaloosa is so dangerous, I do chuckle. I understand the effects of a rivalry and a player getting arrested, so don’t think I’m bothered by opposing fans cracking jokes. What does bother me is how certain people act like this is only a Tuscaloosa issue. I guess some just get a little too pompous for their own good:
Tuscaloosa and Compton grow more and more similar by the day.
An Auburn man convicted of running a methamphetamine distribution ring is headed to federal prison.
US Attorney Leura Canary said 30-year-old Judson Marshall Cox was sentenced to 27 years on Friday in Montgomery federal court.
In February, Cox and four other defendants pleaded to conspiracy and distribution of meth.
Canary said the drug ring distributed between 15 and 20 pounds of meth in Atlanta, Auburn/Opelika and Montgomery from August 2004 until October 2005.
It’s a national problem my friend. Please don’t let your arrogance get in the way again.