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Citizen speaks outs anonymously, with drug names, in Columbia/Adair County, KY

Sheriff Moss has struck a responsive chord. The public is finally fed up, as it has been for a long time. Decent people are ready to do something about it. But they do have justified fears - some about just who to trust. This letter was received from a tipster. It's anonymous, and we certainly won't print the names of the anonymous suspects. Everyone seems to know who the drug dealers are. More willing to speak out, even if only under the cloak of anonymity, which has dangers of its own. This letter was received after Sheriff Harrison Moss' ultimatim was aired and posted.
Comments re article 49799 Asks whats the point of Sheriff Moss ultimatum to meth trade

Anonymous writes:
Stop XXXX XXXXXX and XXXX. in XXXXX XXXX, they sell drugs... stop XXXX XXXX, he lets XXXXX XXXXXX sell for him...Stop XXXXXXX "XXX" XXXXXX who gets Xanaxes and sells pot...stop "XXXXX" XXXXXXXX who sells pills and pot...... stop XXXXX XXXXXXXX (same last name as previous one) who sells crack and pot... --
Note: We request that tipsters send the names of suspects to the Adair County Sheriff's Office, AND Kentucky State Police, AND Columbia Police Department, then send a report, to CM telling us that the tip was sent. And to other media, if you wish. -CM

This story was posted on 2012-02-06 05:26:27
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