Intervention: The Town – Mapping Marietta’s Opioid Crisis (Episode 4) | A&E

Sgt. Josh Liedke and Justin Jackson tour Marietta to track the city’s progress in fighting the opioid epidemic.

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14 thoughts on “Intervention: The Town – Mapping Marietta’s Opioid Crisis (Episode 4) | A&E

  1. Haha it's so funny hearing justin talking about selling heroin. He wasnt a dealer. He may have had a good thing for a few months but yall know the type. They get one sac and forever they tell about about how they used to do this or that blah blah blah.

  2. I grew up in Cobb, Marietta, Kennesaw.. I now live considerably close to downtown Atlanta.. and I must say, it's appalling to blame the Bluff (referencing the interventionist's comment that "now the Bluff is everywhere"). PERHAPS that's not how she intended it… However, more goes into increases in drug use & addictions in more affluent, suburban areas than the fact that areas of neglected urban neighborhoods with commonly lower socioeconomic status can become a location where suburban users may go to score. The Bluff didn't over-prescribe opiates.

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