wheres the worst drug areas in chilli...

wheres the worst drug areas in chillicothe

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daddys girl

Chillicothe, OH

#1 Aug 23, 2011
does anyone know how bad chillicothe really is on drugs
p

Chillicothe, OH

#3 Aug 23, 2011
not that bad
Yeah

Chillicothe, OH

#4 Aug 23, 2011
depends on where you are. The East End, especially Water Street near Sugar, Scioto Street, and Rose Street. Lots of drug houses in that area.
stop dope

Chillicothe, OH

#5 Aug 24, 2011
there are many east 2nd st is bad Lincoln Park is very bad the east and south ends of this town are overtaken by drug dealers
Number One

Springfield, OH

#6 Aug 24, 2011
p wrote:
not that bad
You must be in dreamland!
RAT

Chillicothe, OH

#7 Aug 24, 2011
p wrote:
not that bad
Only if your head is buried in the sand.
angie

Newark, OH

#8 Aug 25, 2011
Yeah wrote:
depends on where you are. The East End, especially Water Street near Sugar, Scioto Street, and Rose Street. Lots of drug houses in that area.
I know u people dont believe there is a drug dealing free nieghborhood!!!! I mean the best dope is in the richest hoods!!! Seriously.no place is free of dealers ir junkies. Wake up already people, no family or hood escapes this epidemic
something else

Pharr, TX

#9 Aug 25, 2011
Yes, I agree, E water st. areas of scioto and rose streets are a run-down cesspool, like the cops have given up on it and want to turn a blind eye. East fourth street area is also sh**y.
Yeah

Chillicothe, OH

#10 Aug 26, 2011
you are partially right Angie. However, how the business is conducted and how they are used is different in the rich neighborhoods. The east end is obvious, you see it happen in the streets and see the used. The rich neighborhoods are much more secretive about it, and it happens behind closed doors.
angie

Newark, OH

#11 Aug 26, 2011
Yeah wrote:
you are partially right Angie. However, how the business is conducted and how they are used is different in the rich neighborhoods. The east end is obvious, you see it happen in the streets and see the used. The rich neighborhoods are much more secretive about it, and it happens behind closed doors.
Well its the rich end that supplies them so if we got rid of the suppliers, the rich ones that r getting richer, then maybe it would not be so hard to clean up the poor end. Fact is without the poor end the rich end would have a lot more vacant houses! I mean facts r facts. I know of 4 coke, and herion and also meth suppliers in the ritziest hoods in chilli

Since: Aug 11

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#12 Sep 2, 2011
angie wrote:
<quoted text>
Well its the rich end that supplies them so if we got rid of the suppliers, the rich ones that r getting richer, then maybe it would not be so hard to clean up the poor end. Fact is without the poor end the rich end would have a lot more vacant houses! I mean facts r facts. I know of 4 coke, and herion and also meth suppliers in the ritziest hoods in chilli
Ohio is only one of the states in this country suffering from the effects of drug abuse amongst its population. Whether it be possession with intent to sell, or the abuse of prescription drugs, Ohio has strict laws forbidding this kind of activity. As responsible citizens and caring family members, the responsibility of letting the authorities know about this dangerous criminal activity is partly in your own hands. If you are in the Ohio area, and are not certain as to the safest way to go about reporting drug abuse in your city, don't worry. With the right instruction, you can help clean up the streets while remaining anonymous.
Difficulty: Moderately Easy
Instructions


Things You'll Need
Computer with internet connection
Telephone

Suggest Edits
1

Call your local Sheriff's office to anonymously report a tip of suspected drug activity. They will ask you your name, but it is your right as a citizen not to disclose this information. Do not give them any information until they have committed not to use any part of your identity along with this case.

2

Go to a public location that offers free internet and computers for customers, then visit the FBI website listed in the references section of this article. There they have an online form that you can fill out, giving the information needed for them to look into the possibility of criminal drug activity. Sending this form from a public location allows you to remain anonymous by using a public IP address.

3

Call to report illegal drug activity to 1-800-47-DRUGS, which is a hotline provided by the non-profit organization known as "WeTip." WeTip also has a "Submit A Tip" form located at the top of their homepage, where you can fill out the description of the drug activity in detail and send it to them. To ensure your total anonymity, send this form from a public location as well, instead of your home.

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Ohio is only one of the states in this country suffering from the effects of drug abuse amongst its population. Whether it be possession with intent to sell, or the abuse of prescription drugs, Ohio has strict laws forbidding this kind of activity. As responsible citizens and caring family members, the responsibility of letting the authorities know about this dangerous criminal activity is partly in your own hands. If you are in the Ohio area, and are not certain as to the safest way to go about reporting drug abuse in your city, don't worry. With the right instruction, you can help clean up the streets while remaining anonymous.

Read more: How to Report Drug Abuse in Ohio | eHow.com http://www.ehow.com/how_7364050_report-drug-a...
Read more: How to Report Drug Abuse in Ohio | eHow.com http://www.ehow.com/how_7364050_report-drug-a...
angie

Newark, OH

#13 Sep 3, 2011
jmsh wrote:
<quoted text>Ohio is only one of the states in this country suffering from the effects of drug abuse amongst its population. Whether it be possession with intent to sell, or the abuse of prescription drugs, Ohio has strict laws forbidding this kind of activity. As responsible citizens and caring family members, the responsibility of letting the authorities know about this dangerous criminal activity is partly in your own hands. If you are in the Ohio area, and are not certain as to the safest way to go about reporting drug abuse in your city, don't worry. With the right instruction, you can help clean up the streets while remaining anonymous.
Difficulty: Moderately Easy
Instructions


Things You'll Need
Computer with internet connection
Telephone

Suggest Edits
1

Call your local Sheriff's office to anonymously report a tip of suspected drug activity. They will ask you your name, but it is your right as a citizen not to disclose this information. Do not give them any information until they have committed not to use any part of your identity along with this case.

2

Go to a public location that offers free internet and computers for customers, then visit the FBI website listed in the references section of this article. There they have an online form that you can fill out, giving the information needed for them to look into the possibility of criminal drug activity. Sending this form from a public location allows you to remain anonymous by using a public IP address.

3

Call to report illegal drug activity to 1-800-47-DRUGS, which is a hotline provided by the non-profit organization known as "WeTip." WeTip also has a "Submit A Tip" form located at the top of their homepage, where you can fill out the description of the drug activity in detail and send it to them. To ensure your total anonymity, send this form from a public location as well, instead of your home.

.
Ohio is only one of the states in this country suffering from the effects of drug abuse amongst its population. Whether it be possession with intent to sell, or the abuse of prescription drugs, Ohio has strict laws forbidding this kind of activity. As responsible citizens and caring family members, the responsibility of letting the authorities know about this dangerous criminal activity is partly in your own hands. If you are in the Ohio area, and are not certain as to the safest way to go about reporting drug abuse in your city, don't worry. With the right instruction, you can help clean up the streets while remaining anonymous.

Read more: How to Report Drug Abuse in Ohio | eHow.com http://www.ehow.com/how_7364050_report-drug-a...
Read more: How to Report Drug Abuse in Ohio | eHow.com http://www.ehow.com/how_7364050_report-drug-a...
Yeah right been tryin for three years calling the hotline the task force and nothing. Not even when they took one out dead. So if they got the AUTHORITIES in thier pockets your efforts are futile
pissed off

Chillicothe, OH

#14 Sep 7, 2011
The cops know who's dealing and not bothering them cause they are paid off not to. If they bust them then they wouldn't be getting that extra money in their pocket from them.
Dogtail

Chillicothe, OH

#15 Sep 7, 2011
Why is someone on here asking where all the drugs are? ThAt person must be a cop, they sure know a awful lot about hot lines cleaning up places or they just want to know so they can get them some drugs. I wouldn't of said Any thing. Let them find out for their selves.
oh

Chillicothe, OH

#16 Sep 7, 2011
I like to poop!

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