Thursday, June 29, 2017

JoCo Golden Ghetto Opioid Crisis Worsens

Reality check on a drug problem that's now plaguing the middle-class as well . . .

Johnson County officials discuss growing opioid problem

JOHNSON COUNTY, Kan. - Johnson County officials held a community conversation Thursday about the growing problem with opioids. Last year, according to Johnson County EMS, they responded to more than 250 overdose calls related to opioids and heroin. On Thursday, community leaders and the public talked about the problem.

6 Comments:

Sister Severa said...

A dead junky is a joy! lLike a dead thug in the hood, society is the winner.

Anonymous said...

^^^Im with you on this one. The opioid victims are all middle age white men and there are way too many of those.

Retro ROCKER said...

Are they the one's driving 40 miles an hour in a 65 mile zone.

Anonymous said...

Death or prison, their choice, I don't care.

Anonymous said...

Obviously they need more street racing intervention.

Anonymous said...

New rules:
1. NARCAN comes with a free forehead tattoo.
2. OD with a NARCAN tattoo, just bury 'em.
Seems harsh, but everyone will be better off.