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Heroin and criminal activity go hand-in-hand, and it’s a regular battle for police departments across Indiana.
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Wagoner could be sentenced to 37 years as part of the plea deal, but a judge will have the final say on March 2.
The goal is to eventually start a drug rehabilitation center in Hamilton County.
“He was telling me it’s one of those drugs that just makes you go nuts.”
“If I kept doing drugs, I would have died.”
The sheriff’s office called the state police’s cyber-crimes unit on Monday when more threats were sent to the school.
“Physically it takes over. It makes you sick if you don’t have it, it makes you crazy if you don’t have it.”
For his recovery, he credits his wife Holly for her support and he credits the Kokomo Help Team.
According to Officer Madeline Lothamer, many addicts will target those closest to them first.
To see how the Delaware County team operates, 24-Hour News 8 went along for what they call a buy bust.
Firefighters were dispatched around 3:45 a.m. to the 700 block of North Concord Street.