17 April, 2014

At tonight's citywide St. Albans Neighborhood Watch meeting I'll be circulating the following petition:

Petition to West Virginia’s 13th Circuit Judges

Whereas most of our city’s crimes are drug-related, and whereas our St. Albans Police Officers risk their lives doing undercover work and arresting drug dealers, we the undersigned members of the St. Albans Neighborhood Watch will not vote to re-elect judges who allow drug felons to plea to misdemeanors nor will we vote to re-elect judges who send drug felons back to their neighborhoods on “home confinement.” Stop using West Virginia’s lack of prison cells as an excuse to send drug dealers back to our neighborhoods. Use creative sentencing to punish drug dealers and get them off our streets.

Meeting starts at 7PM at the St Albans High School auditorium.
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