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Heroin just part of problem for juvenile justice system

July 7, 2014
By DEVIN BEZEREDI - Staff Writer , Morning Journal News

Authorities in the juvenile justice systems of Hancock County in West Virginia and Columbiana County in Ohio say charging juveniles for heroin use or possession is somewhat rare. However, authorities agree heroin abuse is a major problem in both Ohio River counties and they do their best to divert juveniles from using all illegal drugs could later foster more dangerous addictions, including heroin.

 
 
 

 

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