Friday, July 07, 2006

Pennsylvannia Ranger's Retirement Plan: Sell Meth, Move to Florida

What's a poor ranger to do? This ranger was getting close to retirement age when he noticed that his 401k was not as large as he had hoped it would be, so he started a new home based business...selling meth.

State nabs suspected drug dealing park ranger (Altoona Mirror)

A state park ranger was arrested Friday for selling methamphetamine in Roaring Spring, the state Attorney General's office said.

William "Gene" Ickes, 61, sold meth while on the job at Blue Knob State Park, Attorney General Tom Corbett said. The charges filed Thursday, however, were for drug sales in Ickes' home and at the Spring Dam park in Roaring Spring.

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