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Drugs have become a war for law enforcement

April 8, 2013

When Mingo County Sheriff Eugene Crum took office in January, he set about keeping a campaign promise: Crum intended to crack down on the illegal drug trade, especially on prescription pain pills....

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Levelheaded

May-16-13 3:42 AM

It's going to get worse. The Governor wants to put everyone on "community corrections" which doesn't work.

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TruthSeeker

May-03-13 11:18 PM

Bwahahaha....liberals......funnier than 5 year olds. Oh....they are...at least in mentality. LOLOLOL.

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WhatMeWorry

Apr-12-13 6:00 PM

People like me? You must mean people that don't spew blather and expect it to be taken as fact.

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hottubdave

Apr-11-13 12:16 AM

"Several Incidents"? There has been two in WV. One in a county which has a massive set of problems, of which drug abuse is an effect and not a cause.

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WhatMeWorry

Apr-08-13 7:17 PM

The drug issue and the death penalty aren't even on the same page. It was a murderer that shot Sheriff Crum not a recreational drug user.

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hottubdave

Apr-08-13 3:11 PM

It's amusing that you call it a 'war' when calls to Elkins Police about suspicious drug activity in town are never followed up on; or they do show up when we call the Mayor and complain.

It's meth and pills, but more importantly, it's the lack of options for many people to spend their time doing something useful.

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