To the editor:
As a deputy sheriff I am frequently asked about a solution to the drug problem in our beloved county. Wanting to assure that person that we indeed have a firm grip on the issue, I begin to explain that the keys to the drug problem are not held by one person or department, but are kept by a much larger network.
I always say that it starts with the public. As citizens, we must commit to the war on drugs as being avid watchdogs and refuse to turn a blind eye to drug activity in our community.