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'Competition bringing you down?' Indiana sheriff's office urges drug dealers to turn in competition

Posted at 7:08 AM, May 03, 2019

JENNINGS COUNTY — A sheriff's office in Indiana is urging drug deals to wipe out the competition by turning them in.

The Jennings County Sheriff's Office posted a flying titled "Attention Drug Dealers" to their Facebook page on Wednesday. The form asks a couple of key questions like "Too much compeitition bringing you down?" and "Are you not making the profits you once did?" and urges drug dealers to fill out a list of information to identify the compeitition.

"Let us take away your financial worries," the post reads.

"And don't forget to include a return address so the county can send you a thank you card," one commentor wrote on the post.