Meth hits the mountains
While prescription drug abuse has long been the focus of law enforcement agencies in southern West Virginia, officials are starting to see signs of a new drug invading the area - methamphetamine.
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#1 Jan 28, 2013
I left WV 30 years ago this is always been my home. I can not believe how times have changed from when I grew up in Davy. I had never heard of weed or any other kind of drugs I had felt save the whole time I grew up there. I hope you can clean up the entire county My hat is off to you
#2 May 7, 2013
We visited last year as tourists to see the Rocket Boys ! We saw a very depressed area that is sad in neglect. Yet I am fascinated by the beauty if the Mountains and IRS people. You have so much to be proud with regards where you live. We met three or four locals who were so friendly and genuine - unique. Don't lose your identity build in it. I can't wait to return to your county.
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