Seabrook allots police $25K from bequest to 'fight drugs'

SEABROOK — With the recent heroin overdoses and increase in drug-related crimes in the area, selectmen approved Monday using $25,000 from a special fund to go towards extra "enforcement activities" over and above their current operating budget. "Obviously we have a huge drug issue, not only in town, but everywhere," said Seabrook Police Chief Lee Bitomske.


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