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29 January 2010

Eagle-Tribune (Massachusetts)

HAVERHILL, Massachusetts — They used to be relatively routine arrests. Police would get a tip from a neighbor that a man was dealing drugs out of his apartment — not big sales, just enough to be a nuisance in the neighborhood. Officers would raid the apartment, seize the drugs, and arrest the man without a struggle. Case closed. Not anymore. Police said those cases have become more dangerous and complex for the officers and the public because low-level dealers... (GunPolicy.org)

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