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March 7, 2012 10:10pm
 
TigerLily, you could not be more correct. There is so much drug activity between the streets of peach, trail, c, e, 1st, south 2nd, south 3rd and south 4th. The thing is they have to have a "tip" or a "lead" to do anything about it. Which this bust alone should give the PD more reason to have a bigger presence on that side of the city, especially with their office less than 2 blocks of this bust and the access they have to that side of the town. Plus you can tell where the activity is because a lot of the workers from the oilfields are traveling to homes down these roads making deals. Also pay attention to the parking lots of WalMart (old and new) Follow the worker traffic (you can tell if they live on the road or not) and you will find the dealers.
But what I have been told by the PD is they don't want the little busts, they want the big busts. Forget the little stuff, but I think a bust is a bust and gets it off our streets and out of our neighborhoods. I think what is being overlooked is if you forget the little stuff it develops into bigger stuff and then it is too late or they have the control. Regardless we have a problem in Floresville and it needs to be handled, school and neighborhoods, we all need to do our part and call in whatever traffic we see that is suspecious.
     
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