New York February 09, 2014 Associated Press: Cops say heroin dealers flood New York City market with drugs. Drug distributors offer customer service intended to remove the fear and stigma from bygone eras. In one case, a dealer riding a three-wheeled motorcycle and a helmet emblazoned with the heroin brand name "Sin City" would direct customers to an exact block in a middle-class Brooklyn neighborhood — code-named "the office" — then pull up alongside their cars and exchange glassines for cash. Drug Dealers and users in New York and elsewhere often connect on social media sites with a degree of anonymity, authorities say. Phone numbers are exchanged and meeting spots are arranged through texting. Sometimes there's home delivery. Elizabeth Thompson, a recovering addict who got hooked on heroin and relied on home delivery while going to law school in Philadelphia, described the delivery men who came to her door at an apartment building there as prompt and courteous. "I never felt unsafe with them," said the 30-year-old Thompson, now policy coordinator with the New Jersey Drug Policy Alliance. "They wanted the business. And I was a good customer for a long time."
Dial-A- Drug Street Deliveries In South Gate Ridge Sarasota Fl Is There an App For That. Dial-A- Drug Street Deliveries In South Gate Ridge Sarasota Fl are taking place in broad daylight, witness the two dirtbags in the photos above and below taken on Woodrow Ridge Street Friday February 7th 2014 at 5:07 pm, the woman was staggering and wandering all over the road, she could barely stand-up.
I have been made aware, in conversations with a detective in the Narcotics Division of the Sarasota County Sheriff’s Dept., that drug dealers will now deliver your order, just like ordering a pizza. A call was placed to the Sarasota County Sheriffs Dept about the two dirtbags pictured above but before the Deputies could get to the location the two goofs had wandered off, more surveillance photos and info to come
Bill Warner Sarasota Private Investigator, SEX, CRIME, CHEATERS & TERRORISM at www.wbipi.com