Michigan State Police help parents prevent drug abuse


July 21, 2022

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VISITING THE Michigan State Police booth during last weekend's Festival Ironwood are, at left, Bobbi Jo Lawson of Ironwood and her son, Andrew, 5. Behind the table are, from left, Erin Ross, Sgt. John Kelly and Kristy Recla.


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IRONWOOD - It's no longer uncommon to see local or regional news reports in relation to drug sales and related arrests or even casualties of substance abuse.

Hence, members of Michigan State Police Post 86 in Wakefield are working to inform the public on the dangers behind these trends.

"Hidden in Plain Sight" is the name of a current MSP drug exhibit that was on display at last weekend's Festival Ironwood.

Aimed mainly at adults, the exhibit showed parents how their adolescents might stash drug paraphernalia in ways that are not at first recognizabl...

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