“North Port Police Department is now using signs that say “THIS DRUG HOUSE CLOSED FOR BUSINESS” after they make drug arrests.The first sign was placed on Tuesday on Waltrip Street.”Hahaha this is like a real life darknet market takedown notice 🤣https://t.co/VIaLbi0Uwd pic.twitter.com/uVxvz1iWjY — 𝙙00𝙙 (@just_some_d00d) September 19, 2019
Florida sheriff’s sign says ‘This drug house is closed for business’ … his product is “closed for business.” The Flagler County Sheriff’s … “This drug house closed for business. By Sheriff Rick Staly,” the … https://t.co/C02u53axLn #business #money #stocks pic.twitter.com/34VEiDLSi8— MoneyHealth &Finance (@MoneyhealthF) May 27, 2019
The drug bust in Kings Mountain comes at a time when the fentanyl crisis continues to ravage the country. According to a February 2022 report from Route Fifty, North Carolina was in the top ten states for fentanyl deaths last year. Overall, 30 states have seen fentanyl deaths double in the last two years. As police in Democrat-led areas continue to be soft on crime, it is refreshing to see a sheriff send a clear message that crime will not be tolerated. The fentanyl crisis is a major issue in the United States, and it will take decisive action like this to address the problem. This article appeared originally on The Western Journal.
Sticking it to suspected drug dealers: the St. Lucie County Sheriff’s Office is using a unique way to put folks who are up to no good on notice. Signs that read “This drug house; Closed for Business” were recently placed at homes while being raided for drugs @CBS12 #TreasureCoast pic.twitter.com/CgL90JkiN4— Denise Sawyer (@DeniseSawyerTV) November 8, 2019