Police to pursue drug dealers' landlords
Washington County Assistant State's Attorney Brett Wilson tells the Herald-Mail of Hagerstown that by using a nuisance abatement ordinance, police can make it uncomfortable for landlords to allow properties to become centers of drug activity.
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#1 Jun 4, 2013
Police need to do the job they are hired to do, not do a drive by and expect landlords to invade the privacy of their tenants...someone may get shot...I am not doing it, law always protects the tenant when you try to have themevicted off your property, it could cost a lot of time & money....to fight the courts...I don't have either!!
#2 Jun 4, 2013
I lived in this town over 50 yrs. & when you think you heard it all or seen it all, it just keeps on rolling out... I guess this new round of BS came out of discussion sitting around a box of donuts...one word, STUPID. Can't fix stupid....but we need to hire a few more!
#3 Jun 5, 2013
Clearly you can't fix YOUR^^^^ stupid!!
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