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Hanlin talks about heroin trafficking

December 21, 2013

STEUBENVILLE — Jane Hanlin, Jefferson County prosecutor, was guest speaker during Friday’s luncheon meeting of the city Rotary Club at the YWCA on North Fourth Street....

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pinnet

Dec-22-13 1:05 PM

What’s with the censorship Herald-Star?

You use the word ****** in the article!

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pinnet

Dec-22-13 1:02 PM

God help us! Yes, the number of drug addicts is staggering; once an individual introduces ****** to their blood stream they are no longer in control. They are no longer the person they used to be. You can say they’ve sold their soul to the devil. They will steal from their own parents, family to feed the beast. So what should happen to those who make a living rendering others dysfunctional and detrimental towards society, as a way to make a living? Where does this mind-set come from? They have no qualms making money destroying the lives of others. They sleep well and live high on the hog.

THEY need to go to hell, live their lives in prison for whatever time they have left. Drug dealers are satin incarnate. Changelings are not folklore.

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flickD

Dec-22-13 11:07 AM

"HERION"...you mean H-E-R-O-I-N....I take it you went to a local Steubenville Public School!?

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Rsimpson43952

Dec-21-13 9:55 PM

The word H E R I O N is censored? It's in the article name, are you kidding me? H E R I O N is taking over the streets of our county yet the Herald Star finds it imperative to censor the word. Get a grip, seriously!

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Rsimpson43952

Dec-21-13 9:54 PM

Seriously?!?!!?

The word H

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Rsimpson43952

Dec-21-13 9:53 PM

@Tingett Are you that dense? Theft is one of the main crimes brought on mostly from drugs. Read the police reports in the paper, every single time there are home break-ins reported. This can directly be traced back to drugs because these addicts will do anything to get their drug.

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Rsimpson43952

Dec-21-13 9:50 PM

At least Jane Hanlin gets it. ****** is a huge problem everywhere but especially in this county. It's isn't enough to simply put dealers in jail, we have to help addicts get clean. I think ****** addiction in this county has reached epidemic proportions, enough so for the county Health department to garner federal funds for inpatient treatment opportunities(If such a grant in available). Once the demand for ****** is gone, the dealers won't target our area as much. There will always be drugs on our streets but hopefully we can get it down to a manageable number. We're looking at this situation wrong and have been for decades. Addiction is a health problem not a criminal problem. Crimes arising out of addiction wouldn't have been committed if the person wasn't addicted. An addict will do anything to get their drug of choice whether they've been in trouble before or not. Jail time for addicts just doesn't work, intensive inpatient rehab works!

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Tingett

Dec-21-13 3:00 PM

What other crimes can be traced to various groups in the area?

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