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Submitted by help (not verified) on Fri, 10/12/2007 - 7:07am.
I have personal experience with this problem. My son went to Ashley High School, he was given his first taste of heroin right there at school in a bathroom. That was 2 years ago, we are still trying to save our child. A new law isn't going to change things, probably not a new police cheif either. My son eventually started going to where the drugs originated from, mostly the public housing area behind Lakeside School in Wilmington. In trying to save my child I followed him to his dealer, yes he has one of his own now. I took pictures of them, all the kids buying and all of the people selling to them. These pictures were given to Wilmington PD, along with names, addresses and some of their phone numbers. My son is now in the system, none of the dealers that sold him the drugs are. How many more of our kids are going to get hooked and or die before the dealers are taken off of the streets. New laws won't stop this, only enforcing all of the drug laws against all of the dealers and suppliers will.
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