Laconia police to dedicate another detective to drug war
He emphasized that while the police will continue to aggressively pursue enforcement efforts, their success in reducing the corrosive effects of the distribution and abuse of illicit drugs will require an attitude of "no tolerance" on the part of the community as a whole.
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