60 Days In: Narcoland: Ex-Addict & Homeless Woman Shares Story (Season 1) | A&E

Alexis, who is undercover, rides around Louisville with an ex-user who is recently sober and off the streets. She shares her experience with Alexis and gives her insight into the local gangs in this clip from Season 1, Episode 7, “Where There’s Smoke”. #60DaysIn #60DaysInNarcoLand
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Premiering Tuesday, July 30 at 10P, 60 Days In: Narcoland follows six participants as they go undercover in crucial areas along I-65 – one of the biggest drug trafficking corridors in the country, encompassing six counties in Kentucky and Indiana – for a first-hand look into how drug cartels have infiltrated America’s Heartland. The undercover participants have come from a variety of backgrounds to tackle the drug crisis from multiple angles. Viewers follow participants on the streets and in jail, and will also ride along with local law enforcement within the Narcotics Unit in an attempt to gain a 360-degree view of the epidemic.

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31 thoughts on “60 Days In: Narcoland: Ex-Addict & Homeless Woman Shares Story (Season 1) | A&E

  1. I can't believe how stupid these people are on the street. It is too obvious that that girl is a narc or looking for info. She literally asked some low level guy on the streets, "MY FRIEND told me a way people DISTRIBUTE drugs…" The second someone uses those words and talks to me like that I'm done.. or at the least suspicious.

  2. the one girl with the guy that meets up with the extasy dealers she is definitely on opiods her eyes are always pinned and she has that signature opiod grumpy lips and she looks like a cop . shame on a&e for putting a user on tv pretending to be clean

  3. I got 2 and a half years clean from heroin and meth and was homeless getting high in louisville. Just watching this seeing all these familiar places (moved out of ky when I got clean)made my heart pound I cant imagine how she felt.

  4. She is a warrior. Love to see she was strong enough to go there and, was grateful of how far she has come. I am almost 3 years clean from meth and heroin addiction. It is a great feeling to be strong enough to go to old places where you used to get high, and not be tempted to use drugs. She has a powerful testimony! God bless both of those ladies for helping their communities.

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