Monday, November 6, 2017

Crisfield Walks For Opioid Awareness




10 comments:

Anonymous said...

20 people lol walk straight into the River.

Anonymous said...

Not sure how that solves anything

Anonymous said...

It's a great idea if the users and family of the users were in the walk.
Councilman Emily should march down fourth street and see how that goes for him.

Anonymous said...

Here's a thought to this problem. Maybe just maybe if the police dept would go after the dealers more than they do the users then maybe this problem wouldn't be as bad. For instance a officer sees a dealer sell to an individual and then they bust up on the one buying and they sitting in jail yet the one selling is still walking the streets. Known fact check into it. Check into the bust they had with 40 some people and see how many were actually users and needed their high, compared to how many were actual dealers. The numbers speak for themselves but they acted like they did something but then again that's none of my business.

Anonymous said...

HELP ME MAKE THIS CLEAR: this was not a “walk”. This was a PRAYER WALK. Christians and churches in the community cane together and prayed as they walked for God to do a miracle in this town. So with this in mind I sure hope you’re not still asking them to walk into the river

Anonymous said...

Can solve alot if they let Jesus take control of their lives! Read the Bible...Jesus will never leave us or forsake us!

Anonymous said...

7:24 Someone high up is running all this.

Anonymous said...

This is stupid and so is handing out stupid ribbons. it solves nothing. waste of time.

Anonymous said...

Police need to go to the carwash after dark..too many people use there and it was raining and they were parked in the bays sitting there last night.parked for over an hour, not washing cars.And they weren't kids also behind and at the Oceanic is a meet up spot

Anonymous said...

不不不不不不