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Drug arrests rattle Salvation Army officials

Group says it helps people get a fresh start

March 2, 2013

PARKERSBURG — With the recent arrest of two people on drug charges at the Salvation Army of Parkersburg Corps’ Opportunity House on Fifth Street, organization officials want the community to know......

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BakerKat

Mar-03-13 7:35 PM

The man's son is 19 - reading comprehension.

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Hoffner

Mar-02-13 8:44 PM

Opinion: The Salvation Army is the best charity going. A friend I'm mine was in prison years ago on drug charges and informed me that Every year at Christmas time the prisoners received a gift bag from the Salvation Army.

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IFHPED

Mar-02-13 9:53 AM

Two people have disrupted the lives of several others due to their ignorance. What is wrong with these people? I couldn't make meth if my life depended on it, and I am no dummy! If they can learn to combine chemicals to make a drug, they can get a real job, earn a decent living, abide by the law, and not worry about blowing up a building if they make a mistake.

I hope things work out for the Opportunity House so they can continue their good deeds.

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