Cops in New Hampshire busted a family methamphetamine operation and it's likely they'll spend years in prison. Meanwhile, the Sacker family made billions selling addictive deadly drugs and they didn't have to go to jail or lose their vast fortune.
What's the difference between the two families? Not much, but the answer is revealed in the old saying, "America has the best justice money can buy."
A father and son were arrested as a result of the investigations. 22-year-old Ryan Gobin of Newport, was charged with Armed Career Criminal, Theft by Unauthorized Taking third of subsequent offense, Fraudulent Use of a Credit Card in excess of $1,500, Forger of checks, Attempted Manufacture of Methamphetamine acting in concert with father Kelly Gobin, and conspiracy to Commit Manufacture of Methamphetamine. He allegedly committed these offenses while on parole from New Hampshire State Prison.
48-year-old Kelly Gobin was charged with Attempted Manufacture of Methamphetamine acting in concert with Ryan Gobin, Conspiracy to Commit Manufacture of Methamphetamine, Cultivation of Marijuana in excess of 5 pounds acting in concert with Sandra Gobin, Possession of Marijuana in excess of 5 pounds with intent to distribute acting in concert with Sandra Gobin, and Felonious Use of a Firearm.