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Operation Targets Street Drugs

May 7, 2013

Wheeling residents speaking out about drug activity on neighborhood streets was a part of the driving force behind a multi-agency law enforcement operation, officials announced Monday, noting the......

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mikeyd

May-07-13 7:53 AM

how about the doctors prescribing all these pills?they are coming from somewhere.

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acousticportal

May-07-13 11:06 AM

You're still arresting people for marijuana? Really? How can any person feel good about taking a person's freedom, ruining lives, ending jobs, causing undue financial burden....for marijuana? Aren't we as a society more informed, more intelligent, and accepting of the use of marijuana? This is wrong and we should do something about it. Our good citizens should no longer be arrested for this lie of a "law". I understand it's big money for our police force, prosecutors, and attorneys...but absolutely no longer applicable in modern society. This is wrong.

Other drugs - go for it. Pills, smack, cocaine/crack, meth, etc. etc...are proven to be destructive; cause people to lie, cheat, steal, sell their children, and even kill..

Good job law enforcement...except for your flawed focus on marijuana.

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bloomin

May-07-13 11:48 AM

I applaud this work. While marajuana may not be the biggest concern, it rarely is marketed alone, causing other potential risks for the community.

Until it is legal, those selling will be selling other things. I dont care if it becomes legal. Until it does, the task force cant let people with mj go when discovered.

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RiverLover

May-07-13 12:01 PM

mikeyd, It is usually dishonest pharmacists and their employees that are guilty of this more so than the Drs.

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richardwhee

May-07-13 7:35 PM

Let's have more of this. Trouble is- They are soon out on bail or get short terms. Some foreign countries have the right penalties. Life or Death.

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Alphacentaur

May-07-13 7:56 PM

Mj is against the law. When you choose to possess or use it, that is a crime. Unless, you want to argue that it is "medicine".

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