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Joint operation snares 24 suspected drug dealers

By Brie Handgraaf

Staff Writer

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A recent joint operation between Edgecombe law enforcement agencies led to the arrest of 24 suspected drug dealers and the search is on for two others.

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How many are repeat dealers from the 1st round up in January, the 2nd round up in March, the 3rd round up in May and now the 4th. This rounding up never ends, guess it's job security for the PD. So what was the take? How much money, drugs, cars, houses, guns were taken from the "drug dealers." You can't arrest people just because you suspect them of breaking the law you have to have probable cause and proof. If the PD arrested people for suspecting then we all would be in a "snare" These "drug dealers" need jobs.

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