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No more. Chief Cross on Operation Spring Cleanup

2014-04-08 - City Hall, 116 Campbellsville Street, Columbia, KY - Photo by Ed Waggener. Columbia Police Chief Jason Cross delivered a passionate speech to Columbia City Council on the ongoing police crackdown on illegal drugs in Columbia, KY. He told the council that the police now feel they move with confidence, knowing they have the full support of the mayor and council, and knowing that law enforcement has the full support of the CJE and Adair Fiscal Court magistrates. He said that drugs are the most serious threat to children with too many being cared for by grandparents whose parents are incarcerated or are incapable of caring for their kids because of drugs. The Department's Operation Spring Cleanup will continue, he said.
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