Beaufort County District Attorney Elucidates the Local Narcotics Problem | Beaufort County Now | In a rare presentation to the Beaufort County Commissioners, District Attorney Seth Edwards elucidated the local problem of narcotics, which was a revelation of profundity on a subject woven deep within our local societal fabric.

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    In a rare presentation to the Beaufort County Commissioners, District Attorney Seth Edwards elucidated the local problem of narcotics, which was a revelation of profundity on a subject woven deep within our local societal fabric. District Attorney Edwards was not only well informed, but well communicated to the commissioners and the public that all is not well in our community due to introduction of this invasive self-inflicted disease of hard narcotics.

    Commissioner Hood Richardson, always the champion of keeping our people safe from the evil of narcotics, requested the audience of Local Crime Fighter Edwards to help bring a solid awareness of the danger of this new strain of these killing drugs, and offered his plan to fight this terrible crime; tougher state laws more prison space for chronic offenders.

    Commissioner Stan Deatherage, always the champion for a vigilant defense of all sovereign borders, but especially the wide open Southern Border - a product of the Biden /Harris Open Southern Border and Resettlement Plan - queried the District Attorney regarding Fentanyl, and Mr. Edwards was forthcoming as societal detriment of this murderous narcotic; and yes, it is freely flowing across the WIDE OPEN Southern Border. Here is another "fun fact" revealed within this profound discussion: The vast majority of all heroin busts are NOW instead really Fentanyl busts; watch and learn.

The segmented video of District Attorney Seth Edwards disucusses the huge problem of narcotics abuse within our local community: Below.




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