Authorities grapple with crime, drugs in public housing
The recent arrest of a resident at Feaster Apartments in Portsmouth for allegedly peddling crack cocaine has some in the community questioning whether more can be done to prevent illegal activity from taking place in public housing, particularly that of the city's elderly residents.
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#1 Mar 24, 2013
It is time for the police to crack down on all known drug dealers and pushers. The police are street smart enough to know who they are. Just take a close look at some of the so called small car detailers and sales shops that crop up. They are simply a way to cover the movement of drugs from one place to another while moving autos from one place to another. RRRic
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