Thursday, March 30, 2017

INCREASED DRUG USE IN SAM SMITH?

There have been numerous reports lately of public drug use near the North Creek wetland area - specifically, north of the wetland in the spruce growth on both sides of the creek due east of the path leading north from the south parking lot.

This has been going on for a long time now but seems to be increasing based on sightings and the higher than usual number of discarded plastic bottles that are used as smoking paraphernalia recently found there and later removed. 

The debris is an unsightly garbage problem in one of the most ecologically interesting parts of the park and public drug use, for now and probably even after upcoming federal changes to the legislation, is illegal and definitely not to be encouraged in our park by turning a blind eye to it.

This is a police matter and reports should be immediately called in to 22nd Division at 416 808 2200.

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