Agencies go after drug traffickers
LANCASTER -- Fairfield County law enforcement officers fanned out overnight in an attempt to arrest 39 suspected drug traffickers.
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#1 Apr 22, 2011
Well it's good that we get the police and dea and who ever else involved that needs to be to get the heroin off the streets of Lancaster I just hope they don't go to court and the judge lets them bond out. They will just use the drug money to get out and keep selling or they will go on the run so I hope they do the right thing and make them sit in jail and wait to be sentenced and put them in prison these people are murders the sell the crap that people use and over dose on and what happens to them nothing
#2 Apr 26, 2011
People who OD on drugs 9999 out of 10000 times do so on their own. The dealers don't force people to OD. Dead junkies are not repeat buyers. Killing them is bad for business.
I say when a dealer is caught poison their product and then put them back on the street with the poisoned product.
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