Great job and congrats to the officer that snagged the heroin and cocaine recently and got it off the streets. As citizens of the Williamsport area, we applaud the officer, the drug sniffing dog and the entire department for their collective efforts!
Now . . . a note to the detectives in our area. Hunt these guys down! Once again another Philly resident caught in our area trying to peddle drugs to our community. I think that I speak for myself and the other law abiding citizens of this area in saying "Hunt them down and send them home!"
We need a successful operation that seeks them out locally and if there is any type of drug activity that they are involved in, ban them from our streets. Get tougher on the charges and send a clear message to that "entitlement" area of our country and tell them that we here in Williamsport are hard working Americans that wish to be drug free and have the ability to do for ourselves without a program that protects the criminals and addicted drug users.
I'm not saying anything that I haven't heard "hundreds" of people tell me in private and public conversations. This Philly to Williamsport "super-highway" has got to be close.
I was in Philly on business one time and ordering a cheesesteak at a sub shop. The girl asked me where I was from and I answered Williamsport. Her comment to me was "Isn't there a drug rehab place there?" Not, isn't that where Little League Baseball is headquartered, it wasn't isn't that where there are great community arts theaters and great restaurants and businesses. She blurted out of her trash mouth about drugs!
Time to take our city back and time to get so tough that they are scared to even think about coming here and peddling their "killing and addiction" here.
Landlords, be more careful with your choices as to who you rent to and neighbors start reporting any suspicious activity that warrants attention. We just don't need that type of people in our area.
Submitted by Virtual Newsroom