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Students learn drug dangers

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Border Patrol agent Scott Stewart talks to students at Park Junior High School this morning about the consequences of participating in drug use and drug trafficking as part of Red Ribbon Week. By Stewart’s side is his K-9 companion, Hero. “Not only do we apprehend a lot of people coming into this country illegally,” Stewart said, “we also apprehend a lot of drugs because the cartels are trying to get their product into the country. We’re here to inform about the dangers of drugs.”

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