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News Update for Thurs., Mar. 6, 2014


Warren, PA man arrested in Jamestown for alleged heroin, hypodermic needle possession...

 

A Warren, Pennsylvania man has been arrested after allegedly being found in possession of heroin and several hypodermic needles during a routine traffic stop in Jamestown.  City Police say a patrol pulled over 22 year-old Dillion Gray about 9:30 p.m. Wednesday on Foote Avenue at the corner with Bush Street for a traffic violation.  Officers say they saw .9 grams of the heroin, and the hypodermic needles in plain view... and, near two children inside the vehicle.  They say Grey was arrested on one count of criminal possession of a controlled substance... criminal possession of a hypodermic instrument... and, two counts of Endangering the Welfare of a Child.

 

 

Agenda for Community Drug Forum set in Mayvillle...

 

Confirmation that Fentanyl is in the Jamestown-area is putting even more onus on the upcoming Community Drug Forum that's set for next Wednesday in Mayville.  County Executive Vince Horrigan says the agenda has now been set... with expert presenters in the morning... and, a large panel discussion later in the day.  Horrigan says the forum runs from 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. at Chautauqua Suites.  He says the presenters will include a well-known parent and advocate Avi Israel... who lost his son to addiction several years ago.  Horrigan says the panel will be large in number... but, adds it's because "we've got a large problem."  He says it's disturbing to hear that there were three reported overdoses reported one day last weekend in the city of Jamestown.  He says recovering addicts... and, victims of drug abuse have also been invited to take part in the forum.  Horrigan says he wants it to be an "open up the conversation" because that's how to get to the root problem, and can find solutions.  He says the panel will include law enforcement officials... Family Court officials and others.  For more information on the forum... call 753-4507.

 

 

 

 

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