http://www.freep.com/news/locway/drugs8_20030508.htm Critics of drug-law enforcement long have charged that suburban customers buyers can easily buy narcotics in inner-city neighborhoods. Detroit police and prosecutors are focusing on this problem, the Detroit Free Press reports. Police say that cash from suburban buyers helps fuel a drug trade that contributes to violence and decay in many Detroit neighborhoods. Last year, police seized 1,423 vehicles in Detroit drug arrests. Nearly 60 percent of those vehicles, or 842, belonged to people from outside . . .
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