Overdoses, crime, ruined lives. Illegal drugs are taking a toll along Highway 2 in eastern Snohomish County. At two public forums in August 2014, experts explained the scope of drug use in Monroe, Sultan and Snohomish. They answered questions and heard compelling stories from community members. Get a recap here:
Panelists included Detective David Chitwood of the Snohomish Regional Drug and Gang Task Force and Bart Wheaton, chemical dependency counselor, Catholic Community Services/Cocoon House. Moderated by Ed Bremer, news and public affairs director for KSER-FM radio.
Panelists included Officer Scott Kornish of the Monroe Police Department; Detective David Chitwood of the Snohomish Regional Drug and Gang Task Force; Bart Wheaton, chemical dependency counselor, Catholic Community Services/Cocoon House; and Kerry Boone, vice chair, Monroe Community Coalition. Moderated by Ed Bremer, news and public affairs director for KSER-FM radio.
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