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River now no barrier to chasing drug suspects




NATCHEZ, Miss. (AP) – The Mississippi River is no longer a barrier to law enforcement officers chasing drugs suspects between Adams County and Concordia Parish, La.

The two governments this past week agreed that officers from each state can now work narcotics cases on both sides of the river without regard to state boundaries. Adams County Sheriff Chuck Mayfield and Concordia Parish Sheriff Randy Maxwell swore in the officers who were assigned to the team – five from the Natchez-Adams Metro Narcotics Unit and four from the Concordia Parish Narcotics Task Force.
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