Sick of being addicted? In Georgetown, police want to help

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The Georgetown Police Department is implementing a new program to help those with drug addiction.

The Angel Program, which was launched Tuesday, allows Scott County drug addicts who voluntarily enter the police station and request help to be screened for treatment and placed in treatment. The addicts must relinquish their drugs and drug paraphernalia.

 

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