Most banned scofflaws leave Ashland, cops say

Nine people have been banned from downtown Ashland in the wake of a new law meant to curb repeat illegal behavior there. Full Story
loyds

Cumming, GA

#1 May 30, 2013
Ashlands great you can buy drugs and if you get ripped off by the people selling you the drugs just call the police. They will arrest and hunt down the people you were buying drugs from and put them in jail And you will not have any problem with the law as long as you are the one calling for help. They will pick and choose who goes to jail doesnt matter the conection with the crime So LIE. ITS NOT LIKE IT USED TO BE.
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Catlettsburg, KY

#2 Jun 9, 2013
If they are dealing they should get banned

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