The resurgence of heroin in Nashville and across Tennessee is an unintended consequence of the war on prescription drugs. Metro Police Sgt. Gene Davis, left, and his undercover narcotics team have seized around 982 grams of heroin at a street cost of $200,000.
The resurgence of heroin in Nashville and across Tennessee is an unintended consequence of the war on prescription drugs. Metro Police Sgt. Gene Davis, left, and his undercover narcotics team have seized around 982 grams of heroin at a street cost of $200,000.
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published Monday, September 2nd, 2013
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