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November 29. 2013 11:59PM
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Lisa Villano Mulvey:


Yes, it should address crime across Luzerne County. It is all related to the drug trade. And if they focus only on Sherman Hills, the suspects will just move to another area of the county. We need to saturate the county with law enforcement. Make it impossible for them to conduct their business because we have local, state police — and how about even the National Guard — everywhere.


Charles Pisano:


Wow, you don’t pay enough taxes and have enough police? The resources that are in place now aren’t being used properly. Weren’t a couple of (area) cops not long ago arrested for alleged sex with a minor. The “popo” there seemingly are quick to harass people they don’t like or jump into someone’s panties, but when it comes to the dangerous stuff, eh … not so much. And, no, I’m not talking about the fake war on drugs. That should be scrapped, and many police agree with that: www.facebook.com/CopsSayLegalizeDrugs.




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