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Chief: Drug problem not worse in Toronto

July 27, 2013

TORONTO — City Police Chief Randy Henry leaned back in his chair when asked if the recent number of drug busts in the city means the problem is worse in the Gem City than other surrounding......

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Jul-27-13 3:56 PM

I would hope that the forfeiture laws surrounding drug dealing would have a means for state or whoever to take possession of the homes. This is the only way to get these slumlords to toe the line,

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Jul-27-13 1:53 AM

Here's a strong message to send to landlords....alert them in strong, firm writing that one of their tenants had been arrested for possession, theft, criminal mischief and thell these landlords that, the behavior of said tenant now makes them a strong candidate of surveilance. Remind these landlords that, should this surveilance result in a bust on their property that the house will be boarded up for one calendar year resulting in loss of their income. Should the drug task force bust a meth lab, said property will be demolished or burned down, at the owner's expense. Let's face it, a meth house is no longer inhabitable and, perhaps, these landlords will wake up when their own livelihood is threatened.I, for one, have put up with the shenanigans next door for nearly three years and I am sick of it.

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