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Iowa WR Derrell Johnson-Koulianos of Campbell arrested on drug charges



Published: Wed, December 8, 2010 @ 4:28 p.m.
Johnson-Koulianos Complaint

According to a report from the Gazette.com in Iowa, wide receiver Derrell Johnson-Koulianos is expected to make an initial court appearance in Johnson County District Court this morning on a variety of drug charges after investigators found cocaine, marijuana and other prescription drugs in his Iowa City home.

Johnson-Koulianos posted $8,000 bail and was released from Johnson County Jail custody Tuesday night.

Johnson-Koulianos, a Cardinal Mooney High School graduate and Iowa’s career leader in receptions and receiving yardage, was a first-team all-Big Ten pick this season. He caught 46 passes for 745 yards and 10 TDs this season.

Iowa coach Kirk Ferentz issued the following statement Tuesday night:

“I am highly disappointed to learn of the charges. Derrell has been suspended from all team activities.”

Johnson-Koulianos, 23, and roommate Brady Cooper Johnson, 21, were taken into custody around 1:50 p.m. Tuesday after officers executed a search warrant as part of a drug investigation, criminal complaints state.

Johnson-Koulianos, a Campbell native, faces seven charges: four counts of possession of controlled substances, two counts of unlawful possession of prescription drugs and one count of keeping a drug house. These are all misdemeanors.

Investigators found more than $3,000, suspected marijuana, suspected cocaine and prescription drugs in the house during the search, police said. The circumstances which prompted the search were not known Tuesday night.


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1igotsomethintosay(31 comments)posted 3 years, 9 months ago

i have to say one, i hope Derrell learns from his mistakes and can get past this. Let's not forget he is a kid, we have grown adults in the NFL that have been charged with murder/rape/drugs/battery and once they get back on the field and win for their team, all is forgiven and forgotten. second, i think his parents should still hold their heads high b/c they are good parents. All children make mistakes, except their children's mistakes aren't plastered all over the news! and third, on a lighter note, isn't it funny that Derrell has always been associated with Mooney when they talk about his football career, now he messed up and he's a Campbell kid now!

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2Lifes2Short(3877 comments)posted 3 years, 9 months ago

igotsomethintosay

You can't be serious?
Hes a full blown IDIOT. He has the chance of a lifetime to better himself and what does he do? Stupidity all the way around. Don't give me that BS he's not a kid, he's a 23 year old adult. All children make mistakes? Children?? Get real! In this day and age, especially with the economy the way it is, you would think this young ADULT would have enough common sense to get away from the ghetto/drug life. He has God given talent and throws it away on drugs. Real smart! How many 23 year olds, who live the right way, wish they had the opportunities he has??
Learn from his mistakes? You would hope, but highly doubtful. Dealing drugs must be a better life then maybe a chance at a NFL career in his mind. This day and age, you don't get many opportunities and to blow it away on drugs, that is inexcusable!

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3madashell(14 comments)posted 3 years, 9 months ago

i would like to comment on i got something to say's remarks. U ARE 110% ABSOLUTELY RIGHT ! ! ! now he's a campbell kid cuz kids who come from campbell r suppossed to be worth nothing ??

i am behind derrell 150% no matter what the outcome is. he is a hard working good man who was taken out of that enivornment when he was a child by loving & caring people who have given him all that he could ever want or need in life to become a productive member of society. he would NEVER do anything to jeopardize his life long dream of playing in the NFL.

derrell your true friends and fans will never speak ill of you. we are supporting you with our hearts and souls. WE LOVE YOU !!

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4jetercp(67 comments)posted 3 years, 9 months ago

this is probably why tressel and ohio state passed on him...

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5hurrdurr(98 comments)posted 3 years, 9 months ago

http://thegazette.com/2010/12/08/john...

Tested positive for weed and coke. Had a whole pharmacy full of pills on hand.

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6paul21045(28 comments)posted 3 years, 9 months ago

jetercp . . .that's why he took Clarett, right. . .get real

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7ValleyNative(174 comments)posted 3 years, 9 months ago

There will always be a spot with the Bengals for a felon

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8Lifes2Short(3877 comments)posted 3 years, 9 months ago

madashell

"he would NEVER do anything to jeopardize his life long dream of playing in the NFL. "

Jeopardize is dream? I would say yes he did by doing this.

1. Johnson-Koulianos, a Campbell, Ohio, native, faces seven charges: four counts of possession of controlled substances, two counts of unlawful possession of prescription drugs and one count of keeping a drug house.

2. Investigators found more than $3,000 in cash, marijuana, cocaine and prescription drugs in the house during the search, police said.

3. Upon arrest, Johnson-Koulianos told police he smokes marijuana and that he’d smoked it within the past 24 hours.

4. A urine test administered by arresting officers showed a preliminary positive for marijuana and cocaine, criminal complaints state. Johnson-Koulianos admitted to using cocaine after investigators found residue of the drug in his bedroom, complaints state.

5. Johnson-Koulianos told arresting officers that various prescription pain killers and muscle relaxers police found in his bedroom were also his, and that “he gets them from friends” and takes them without having a prescription.

6. Officers also reported finding “electronic media” showing Johnson-Koulianos in possession of cocaine and marijuana, complaints state.

Iowa coach Kirk Ferentz issued the following statement Tuesday night:
“I am highly disappointed to learn of the charges. Derrell has been suspended from all team activities.”

And a lot of other people are disappointed......

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9igotsomethintosay(31 comments)posted 3 years, 9 months ago

ok first of all you should all get your facts straight before you open your mouths. first i'll start with mrrjytown...the heading says from Campbell...but why in all his Iowa career when they talk about him the heading always reads "mooney grad" also in all his years of accomplishments never once has the news or media contacted campbell coaches or teachers to see how they feel about this kid, but today they call? enough of that. moving on. Well maybe he's not "a kid" but i'm in my 40's and looking back, i still did some stupid stuff at 23. If you really knew what you were talking about you would know that the search warrant wasn't even for him, it was for his roomate. Derrell is not being charged with intent to sell, so he wasn't trying to make money, he made a mistake of doing drugs and putting himself in that situation. He's a moron for the decisions he made. But just like when kelly pavlick was winning and this whole town was chanting KELLY! KELLY! he's in rehab and he's a drunken piece of crap to those same people! and you are all doing the same to derrell. If only we could all live perfect lives and come from families who never did anythign wrong and geez your kids! they all must be saints!

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10Lifes2Short(3877 comments)posted 3 years, 9 months ago

igotsomethingtosay

"Well maybe he's not "a kid" but i'm in my 40's and looking back, i still did some stupid stuff at 23."

Did you have a scholarship to a major college? Did you have a great opportunity for a education? Did you have a whole college town, state cheering for you on a Saturday afternoon? Did you have the opportunity of a lifetime to get a shot at the NFL?

It amazes me we stick up for these young adults, when we should be praising the ones that keep there noses clean, do whats right, get there educations, try to make the NFL, enjoy the ride crime free, and if the dream don't become a reality, use your college degree to the work force.
Why is it these young adults can't get out of the drugs when they have the opportunities that other young adults would die for. They have a future and can do all the drugs they want to after there careers are over. What is so hard staying clean through high school and college and the NFL when you have such opportunities in your life. I'm sure they read the news and such about the drug life. He knew right from wrong, he should have just avoided the situation. He knew what is roommate was all about, you take out the negative in your life if you really care about making something of yourself.

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11Stan(9923 comments)posted 3 years, 9 months ago

When everything else is on the wane there is always crack cocaine !

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12igotsomethintosay(31 comments)posted 3 years, 9 months ago

I'm not sticking up for him at all! I said it before, he's a moron! but just b/c he has a scholarship, does that mean he's not human? We as a society tend to think these people are not human and shouldnt make mistakes! No i wasn't offered scholarships or have a future in the nfl, but my hardworking parents paid over $100,000 in all of my schooling for me to be who i am today. i messed up, i let them down. but good thing for my parents when i got caught smoking weed and when i was arrested w/ a dui charge, i'm not famous so it didnt make vindy.com.

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13Nunya(1356 comments)posted 3 years, 9 months ago

Most unfortunate,..

At 23 years of age he's no kid and boy is he ever on the wrong path. He was clearly looking solely to catch on in the NFL as a possession receiver.

Which talent wise he had a real good chance to be picked up by one of those teams too. However, he doesn't have the field talent of a can't miss player,.. good but not great.

Where along with knowing that activity was criminal. He also had to know something like this will make him avoided like the plague to those NFL teams now.

Where in the big picture I hope he learns to make better decisions in the future and become a great person in life for himself.

It won't require him to be a professional athlete. For which he'd better know that and realize he's dashed his chances of bearing any acquisition appeal. To any team GM making a living in the public perception driven world of team ownership and marketing in pro sports.

Via the youth of his age he could sit out a year or so. But his degree of talent and skills set isn't rare enough, to withstand outshining the constant flow of new talent. That's geared to looking to seize an opportunity to appeal to a team just like the one he's just blown.

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14walter_sobchak(1912 comments)posted 3 years, 9 months ago

igotsomethingtosay,

At 23, this guy is hardly a kid. Typically, a male greatly matures between 15 and 23 so that they should be able to distinguish right from wrong.

That being said, from the quantity of drugs and money confiscated at the residence, he was doing more than smoking some dope. They also found a scale. These guys were dealers and were doing it for some time. So, please, spare me that this guy just did something stupid. He committed felonies! And, why would they contact Campbell teachers and coaches if he went to Mooney?

Maybe he should have played at OSU for the "righteous one". He usually does a much better job keeping his players names out of the newspapers regarding these types of activities.

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15igotsomethintosay(31 comments)posted 3 years, 9 months ago

@walter...so your telling me at the age of 23, you have any no males make mistakes b/c they are matured? lol i seriously can't believe i'm surrounded by so many perfect people in youngstown!

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16Silence_Dogood(1348 comments)posted 3 years, 9 months ago

" Let's not forget he is a kid,"

Nope , not a kid, but in FACT a twenty three year old drug dealed.

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17Silence_Dogood(1348 comments)posted 3 years, 9 months ago

dealer

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18ytownguy2010(5 comments)posted 3 years, 9 months ago

igotsomethintosay,

hey guess what i don't really care if you "got somethin to say".. and no one else does either. The article clearly states that he is a Cardinal Mooney graduate early on in the article, and says that he is a native of Campbell. I don't know what else you want.

And if he's still a kid at 23 then my kids must still be in diapers at 13

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19Lifes2Short(3877 comments)posted 3 years, 9 months ago

igotsomethintosay
"i'm not famous so it didnt make vindy.com."

Derrell Johnson-Koulianos is far from famous.

He's just another college football player looking for a chance to play on Sunday afternoons.

Just saying when a college has enough faith in you to give you a "free ride" just to play sports, you take advantage of it big time. Not do drugs. Not even be in a situation to fail. Go to your classes, study, play football, get your degree, graduate, and your set to succeed in life. Real simple.

"No i wasn't offered scholarships or have a future in the nfl, but my hardworking parents paid over $100,000 in all of my schooling for me to be who i am today."

So you graduated and made something from your education.

"but good thing for my parents when i got caught smoking weed and when i was arrested w/ a dui charge"

Did those "mistakes" cost you a career or blow maybe a huge opportunity in life?

i seriously can't believe i'm surrounded by so many perfect people in youngstown!

Not one person said they were perfect, did they? Maybe re-read the comments.
In this case, it's not a just a "mistake", it could be a major blow to better himself in life. "Common sense" goes a long way in life.

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20jrolley325(800 comments)posted 3 years, 9 months ago

look at all these fine upstanding young student athletes the local catholic universities pump out. louis irizarry, jamel turner, derrell johnson-koulianos.

you can take the kid outta the hood but you can't take the hood outta the kid

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21CPRIDEM10(40 comments)posted 3 years, 9 months ago

You people are quite entertaining I must say, literally laughing out loud at some of these comments. Well obviously Derrell f*cked up, not sure why he would risk throwing everything he worked for away. I am not sure of you little bloggers are aware of that his roomate was the individual selling the drugs in that house? Anyways while some of you sit on your high horses and judge every single person that a article is written about how about you go walk a mother f*cking mile in their shoes. Im pretty sure your perfect children or grandchildren are dipping their hands into things they should not like plenty of teengagers and college students. Oh and trust Derrell is not "hood" that is so comical to me but I am sure none people stuck in Youngstown Ohio blogging 24/7 on the vindicator know him personally, or even have met him. Goodbye you silly little people.

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22bucnasty(17 comments)posted 3 years, 9 months ago

@jroelley35- you hit it on the head

I'd first like to start off by saying I hope he gets his act together and this is his only slip up. Just because you are a drug dealer doesnt mean you cant play in the NFL. I wish him well.

But this may qualify as the dumbest move by anyone from the ytown area in recent history to be in the news for the wrong reasons. We all knew Pavlik was a white trash drunk, "Team Pavlik" tried to hide it but they fooled no one. Maurice was a hoodrat and no one thought otherwise. But considering the opportunity Derrell had this is sickening. And also considering what the Koulianos family did for him and for him to do this, is absolutely sickening.

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23Lifes2Short(3877 comments)posted 3 years, 9 months ago

CPRIDEM10

"Goodbye you silly little people."

Goodbye. And next time you come on here, have something meaningful to say. It'll help your cause.

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24CPRIDEM10(40 comments)posted 3 years, 9 months ago

Aware,

What a joke!..If you really knew what happened you would know the warrant was for his roomate stupidass which means his roomate was selling drugs, and fame and fortune calm down Derrell has lived with them since he was 10 so yea let me tell you they knew from when he was 10 years old he was going to play college football, for the fortune part what does his parents need fortune from him for when they make a nice living and also are very humble about everything. His parents are also good damn parents but you do not KNOW the family so shut you damn mouth douche bag.

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25CPRIDEM10(40 comments)posted 3 years, 9 months ago

Oh and lifes2short I am pretty sure anything you have just said in this article is not meaningful not one bit thanks but no thanks hun ;)

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26ytownguy2010(5 comments)posted 3 years, 9 months ago

hey douche bag, i mean dimebag, how about you leave Braylon Heard out of this. What a clown you are. You wish you could've been a part of something like Mooney.

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27northsideart(111 comments)posted 3 years, 9 months ago

I don't understand why people think that the NFL is some moral operation that won't give a chance to a player with a criminal background. They have next to zero standards. He'll still play on Sundays. I doubt he'll even do serious time.

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28Lifes2Short(3877 comments)posted 3 years, 9 months ago

CPRIDEM10

Thought you said your goodbyes. So go, leave. Smoke another blunt and make sure you pick your friends wisely.

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29igotsomethintosay(31 comments)posted 3 years, 9 months ago

@aware, just a little fyi, his adoptive parents had him in their home years and years before he was 18. The adoption became legal his senior year. Not sure if you know or not but that's a big reason why those who do adopt choose to go to other countries, b/c the usa makes it a very difficult process that can take over a year, if not longer. The kid is an idiot who made a huge mistake, i dont know what his upbringing was before he was adopted. But i will tell you that the Koullianos family was far from riding this kids coat tails. The father is a very successful physician. The didnt need him for his future money. Say what you want about the kid, but please know the whole story about his family before you, or any of you talk.

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30youngstown9256(8 comments)posted 3 years, 9 months ago

If he didn't get caught, he would still be doing it. Period. But since he got caught being a bad "child", as some have put it, now we can feel sorry for him! He is 23 years old and he got CAUGHT. End of story. His upbringing had nothing to do with it. I don't feel bad for the guy at all. He got a free ride to a Big Ten school, was PROBABLY (not anymore) going to be playing in the NFL, and it all came down to being stupid. Play with fire and get burned!

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31MLC75(529 comments)posted 3 years, 9 months ago

The Suckburgh Cry Babies will take him,with their lack of character assessments,Ben The rapist,Jeff Reed and Santonio Holmes

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32cxcxcx(1 comment)posted 3 years, 9 months ago

MLC: I don't know of any city named "Suckburgh" nor do I know of any NFL teams called "Cry Babies", but if you are referring to the Pittsburgh Steelers (oh, you are soooo WITTY), you make a good point about the Rooneys assessment of character. Jeff Reed...gone. Santonio Holmes...gone. I'll give you that Ben got a *big* pass and is still there because he is an asset to the team as an athlete, but I do think that one more strike and he is out. So, your point is???

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33MLC75(529 comments)posted 3 years, 9 months ago

@cxcxcx I don't know team named Chokeland clowns .That's my point.

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34MLC75(529 comments)posted 3 years, 9 months ago

@cxcxcx I don't know team named Chokeland clowns .That's my point.

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35MLC75(529 comments)posted 3 years, 9 months ago

@cxcxcx I don't know any team named Chokeland clowns .That's my point.

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36leftyompton4life(79 comments)posted 3 years, 9 months ago

I didnt change my major in college,I got a few speeding tickets,didnt salvage a relationship with a nice girlfriend....all stupid things I have done...

Running a drug house,selling,buying,taking....its past the realm of stupid...wake up.

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37youngstown9256(8 comments)posted 3 years, 9 months ago

Dimebag, I agree. Funny that out of the 6 Division State Champions in Ohio this year, 5 of them are Parochial schools. The Catholic Church stinks and Catholic Schools are just a tax-exempt, money-generating cult! I am a Christian, but the Catholics don't sit well with me. (I know, living in the Catholic Loving Youngstown Area, let me have it, all you religious buffs)

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38wrheard(5 comments)posted 3 years, 9 months ago

@DIMBAG, BRAYLON IS MY LIL BRO SO WHAT HE WENT TO MOONEY....YOU MAD!!! KIDS GO TO SCHOOL TO GET AN EDUCATION SO WHAT IF THEIR NOT CATHOLIC. WHY ARE YOU MAKING A BIG DEAL ABOUT IT. IT WASNT A PROBLEM WHEN HE LED THEM TO A PERFECT SEASON........OH YEA YOU SAID SOME CATHOLIC PARENTS WOULD GIVE AN ARM TO HAVE THEIR CHILDREN GO TO SCHOOLS LIKE MOONEY, IF THEY CAN GET THE GRADES THEY CAN ENROLL. MY NIECE IS THEIR BECAUSE SHE IS A GRADE A STUDENT!!! CAN YOU JUST PLEASE LEAVE MY BRO ALONE, HE IS A REALLY GREAT KID!!!

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39Silence_Dogood(1348 comments)posted 3 years, 9 months ago

birdbrain
You stated " It is only against the law to possess non-prescription drugs"

So if I have this right I can walk around with your prescription of vicodan and pop them like candy, right.
It is in FACT illegal to posess prescription pills if the prescription pills are NOT yours.
Our jails are full of people put away for this very crime.

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40Silence_Dogood(1348 comments)posted 3 years, 9 months ago

youngstown9256
" I am a Christian, but the Catholics don't sit well with me."

Could you do me a favor and let me know when you are having your next Clan meeting, Kikes, koons and katholics will destroy this country, right?

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41Traveler(606 comments)posted 3 years, 9 months ago

The two great threats to screwing up a young mans life are drugs and women.

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42ytownguy2010(5 comments)posted 3 years, 9 months ago

Hey dimebag, hop off

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43wrheard(5 comments)posted 3 years, 9 months ago

@dimebag,
i understand what your saying about how the Catholic schools were founded. I know lots of Catholic people and they are good hearted people and i dont think they would care that non catholic children are attending catholic schools. At the end of the day education is whats important!...by the way Braylon didnt get a free ride.

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44wrheard(5 comments)posted 3 years, 9 months ago

@PenguinBird lol u went to school with him??

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45Silence_Dogood(1348 comments)posted 3 years, 9 months ago

birdbrain

MOTRIN IS A NON-PRESCRIPTION DRUG, CAN YOU GET CHARGED FOR HAVING THAT?

WHEN YOU ARE DONE TALKING ALL YOUR BULLSH!T YOU MIGHT WANT TO LEARN THE LEGAL DIFFERENCE BETWEEN PRESCRIPTION AND NON-PRESCRIPTION.

A drug is defined by U.S. law as any substance (other than a food or device) intended for use in the diagnosis, cure, relief, treatment, or prevention of disease or intended to affect the structure or function of the body. (Oral contraceptives are an example of drugs that affect the function of the body rather than a disease.) This comprehensive definition of a drug, although important for legal purposes, is rather complex for everyday use. A simpler but workable definition of a drug is any chemical substance that affects the body and its processes.

Some people incorrectly use the word drug to mean only a substance that produces a pleasurable sensation. Drug abuse—the excessive and persistent use of mind-altering substances without medical need—has accompanied the appropriate medical use of drugs throughout recorded history. Some drugs with potential for abuse have legitimate medical purposes, and others do not (see Drug Use and Abuse: Introduction).

Prescription or Nonprescription: By law, drugs are divided into two categories: prescription drugs and nonprescription drugs. Prescription drugs—those considered safe for use only under medical supervision—may be dispensed only with a prescription from a licensed professional with governmental privileges to prescribe (for example, a physician, dentist, podiatrist, nurse practitioner, physician's assistant, or veterinarian). Nonprescription drugs—those considered safe for use without medical supervision (such as aspirin)—are sold over the counter (see Over-the-Counter Drugs: Introduction). In the United States, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is the government agency that decides which drugs require a prescription and which may be sold over the counter.

Dietary supplements (medicinal herbs and nutraceuticals; see Medicinal Herbs and Nutraceuticals: Introduction are products intended to supplement the diet. These products may contain vitamins, amino acids, minerals, and herbs or other plant-derived material (botanicals). Because dietary supplements do not require FDA approval prior to marketing, they do not have to meet the same standards as drugs for safety and effectiveness (efficacy). Although these products are not classified as drugs, they can act in the same way as a drug does in the body and may cause health problems if not used correctly or if taken in large amounts. Because these products do not meet the FDA standards for safety and efficacy, they may not claim to treat specific medical conditions.

Now I think with a few more lessons you just might be able to get out of the third grade, but I am afraid that you will still have a bird's brain.

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46michael1757(276 comments)posted 3 years, 9 months ago

I'll tell you what surprise's me. I've never met a black greek in Campbell before. haha I'm from Campbell,& I'm 53 year's old. If he's from Campbell,went to Cardinal Mooney,& got busted,what difference does it make where he's from,or what school he went to? Pay the price,then if your lucky,play football. If not,well,you had your chance,period. End of story.

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47walter_sobchak(1912 comments)posted 3 years, 9 months ago

All of this anger thrown at the Catholic schools amazes me. I graduated from the Yo. City Schools but, if I still lived inside Y-town's border, my kids would attend Catholic schools just so they can be educated. Don't blame Mooney and Ursuline for this situation with sports. They don't necessarily have to illegally recruit because they have excellent sports programs along with excellent education. If you had a child that is athletically gifted, would you have them play for some city school where the team is bad, coaching is lacking and the competition is sub-par? No, you send them to Mooney and Ursuline where they have good teams, good coaches, and excellent tradition. Thus, your kid will be seen by the best college scouts as you will be playing the best of the best competition. Not to mention, when a program has a track record for supplying the best athletes, you get more consideration. This could be the ticket for some kids out of the problem areas and a chance to better themselves. It is unfortunate when some kids take their situation for granted and fluish it all down the toilet.

Don'tblame the Catholic schools for the way the system is structured. There is a reason they exist and that is because they produce good results. Unfortunately, some people screw up, in spite of the lessons they have been taught.

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48starofesther(168 comments)posted 3 years, 9 months ago

Rich man's high or rich man's low What a Big Fat Lie that drugs make you feel good all it does is cause you problems and cause you more trouble with the Law.. No success stories with drugs not even Tony Montana....Sad people don't learn from others mistakes Like Jimmy Hendrix, Janice Joplin Tony Montana Jim Morrison Freddie Prince story...Sad they got caught up in the lie of Dope that rob steal and killed cut their lives short

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49starofesther(168 comments)posted 3 years, 9 months ago

first one without sin cast the first stone

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