http://www.miami.com/mld/miamiherald/news/state/6498333.htm The Holmes County Sheriff's Office in Florida's Panhandle is located in a a narrow, two-story converted home with green shag carpet on most floors. From there, the Miami Herald reports, Sheriff Dennis Lee is directing 15 men who try to cope with the county's methamphetamine plague, raiding farmhouses and campers in the thick forests. The Herald says that the junkies are smart, and the sheriff's deputies are aggressive. The problem is . . .
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