Wow! Lykins Energy Solutions and CEO Jeff Lykins raised $73K for CASA for Clermont Kids during Lykins annual golf outing. Lykins — you are a great community benefactor! Thanks to all who participated in this — you are helping to fund a very worthy cause!
#TBT: The first Milford Fall Festival, later known as Frontier Days, held in 1947. The winning patriotic themed jeep float, sponsored by the Rosenzweig Department Store and the other, by the Homestead Restaurant. Identified are: Dolores Curl, Mary Anne Bickel, Gretchen Mollitor, Clifford…
Anson Petrocelli You can post videos and share links all you would like. We lost faith in some enforcement after the BLINK Light show. Mostly Hamilton county districts. Many peace officers where around every block. However….. When I see people yelling at the top of their lungs listing all the drugs they have for sale, in front of the Cincinnati police and they do nothing. I was offered drugs three separate times walking around viewing the light show. One occasion was within ten feet of an officer. I did my diligence to inform him while pointing at the dealer offering……. The officer looked at me, laughed and said ” Oooo really, there selling drugs over there? hahahaha, They have been doing that for years” He continued to stand as he were. As I walked away I realized that 90% of law enforcement will not take the appropriate actions to stop this from being an epidemic. I understand we cannot afford to hold them in jail, nor have enough room. But when it happens in front of you, and an officer of the law thinks it is a joke. This is an entirely different problem. This event count have been used in conjunction with under covers to ascertain intel from countless sources.You could have nailed dozens of petty dealers and most certainly move forward other investigations.
60 Minutes and Washington Post join forces to examine how and why DEA backed off from investigating pharmaceutical distributors. Clermont County is a plaintiff in a suit against these distributors, who were responsible for reporting suspicious orders of opiates. https://goo.gl/ExKNRg
Whistleblower Joe Rannazzisi says drug distributors pumped opioids into U.S. communities — knowing that people were dying — and says industry lobbyists and Congress derailed the DEA’s efforts to stop it