Narcotics and oversight in Deer Park, TX

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Heisenberg

Deer Park, TX

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Sep 17, 2013
 
I have noticed an increase in the number of drug related offenses in this city and was told recently that there is not a dedicated drug enforcement team/narcotics department within our police force.

We have people standing on the corner of family communities, selling drugs in public and repeated reports to the DP Police result in zero action. I fully understand that the person must be caught in the act to be prosecuted, but when the response time to a report is over 30 minutes, the deal is made and the players back inside their cars and homes. This can't go on.

Deer Park police department heads, you need to step up the game before this town turns into a wasteland. Your officers are frustrated, your citizens are frustrated. The dealers are happy as clams.
Jesse Pinkman

Katy, TX

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Sep 18, 2013
 
The game has changed, yo. This is our city, alright? All of it. The whole damn place. Our territory. We're staking our claim. Yo, we sell when we want, where we want. We're gonna be kings, understand? Well, I'm gonna be king and you guys will be, like, princes or dukes or something.
Badger

Katy, TX

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Sep 18, 2013
 
I wanna be a knight
Jesse Pinkman

Katy, TX

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Sep 18, 2013
 
But first things first: we gotta get more dealers, y'know, foot soldiers, alright? Now they'll be working for you, you're working for me, and I'm working for you. You follow me? Layered, like nachos. Exponential growth. That's success, with a capital S.
Skinny Pete

Katy, TX

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Sep 18, 2013
 
Straight up, straight up
Hank Schrader

Katy, TX

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Sep 18, 2013
 
Heisenberg wrote:
I have noticed an increase in the number of drug related offenses in this city and was told recently that there is not a dedicated drug enforcement team/narcotics department within our police force.
We have people standing on the corner of family communities, selling drugs in public and repeated reports to the DP Police result in zero action. I fully understand that the person must be caught in the act to be prosecuted, but when the response time to a report is over 30 minutes, the deal is made and the players back inside their cars and homes. This can't go on.
Deer Park police department heads, you need to step up the game before this town turns into a wasteland. Your officers are frustrated, your citizens are frustrated. The dealers are happy as clams.
Sorry, buddy. No can do
DPTX

Houston, TX

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Sep 18, 2013
 
Jesse Pinkman wrote:
The game has changed, yo. This is our city, alright? All of it. The whole damn place. Our territory. We're staking our claim. Yo, we sell when we want, where we want. We're gonna be kings, understand? Well, I'm gonna be king and you guys will be, like, princes or dukes or something.
Correction, Dimwit... It's not your city. However, make the wrong move and you may have your own little territory to call your own for eternity.

“Trying to be civil with idiots”

Since: Oct 09

Sarajevo, Bosnia

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Sep 19, 2013
 
DPTX wrote:
<quoted text>Correction, Dimwit... It's not your city. However, make the wrong move and you may have your own little territory to call your own for eternity.
You must not have picked up the Breaking Bad reference. All the names are characters from the show.
Voter

Pasadena, TX

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Sep 20, 2013
 
I call BS!I drive all over the city and have never seen anyone on the corners selling drugs! You must have another agenda to grind your ax with DPPD.
Heisenberg wrote:
I have noticed an increase in the number of drug related offenses in this city and was told recently that there is not a dedicated drug enforcement team/narcotics depar tment within our police force.
We have people standing on the corner of family communities, selling drugs in public and repeated reports to the DP Police result in zero action. I fully understand that the person must be caught in the act to be prosecuted, but when the response time to a report is over 30 minutes, the deal is made and the players back inside their cars and homes. This can't go on.
Deer Park police department heads, you need to step up the game before this town turns into a wasteland. Your officers are frustrated, your citizens are frustrated. The dealers are happy as clams.

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