DSC_0184Sign of the times:

North Olympic Peninsula health officials ask pharmacies to stock heroin overdose antidote


US Marines-

“We fight over there, so we don’t have to fight here”


Meanwhile- back home:

Massing US Border Patrol agents at the southern edge of the Strait of Juan de Fuca fails to keep heroin out of Port Angeles:


Oct. 13th, 2014

More Port Angeles heroin:

Woman, 21, who plunged to her death in Port Angeles was barista (corrected)


Oct. 1st, 2014

Two from Port Angeles charged with selling, delivery of heroin


Sept. 11th, 2014

Post 911 efforts to keep terrorists from visiting the homeland- still unable to keep heroin out of Clallam County:

Three accused of violating honors system at Sequim dairy


Sept. 8th, 2014

Heroin gets past the US Dept. of Homeland Security and into Clallam County:

Two arrested in heroin-delivery case in Blyn


August 4th, 2014

“We know in this county, we have a heroin epidemic,” Payne said.


July 15th, 2014

“A Port Angeles man was sentenced to serve 24 months probation on July 10th in another OPNET heroin case.”


Busy news week:

June 24th, 2014

“Roening and Reynolds were arrested on the morning of June 5 when Olympic Peninsula Narcotics Enforcement Team members executed a search warrant at a home in the 500 block of West Ninth Street in Port Angeles.”

June 25th, 2014

Heroin/car chase:

Arraignment set Friday following Port Angeles car chase


We are told the #1 US Border Patrol objective is to stop terrorists.

The US Border Patrol explains this objective at a local public forum- this YouTube video covers Border Patrol objectives at 3:50


For a small town- Port Angeles has a large Department of Homeland Security presence:

US Coast Guard:

Air Station / Sector Field Office (SFO)
Port Angeles, WA


July 2011

1,200-horsepower Border Patrol Interceptor boats:

Fast boats put agents in close distance with ‘bad guys’ on the watery border [**Gallery/Video**]


Sept 2012

$11.9 million, 50 agent US Border Patrol facility:

Border Patrol cuts ribbon for new $11.9 million facility in Port Angeles [ *** PHOTO GALLERY *** ]


May 2013

Heroin epidemic gripping Port Angeles


Heroin traffickers have no Army, Navy, Air Force or Dept. of Homeland Security. They are frequently successful at what they do. If terrorists were just as interested in entering the US- it appears that federal departments and agencies would have no way to stop them.

Don’t worry-

The Super Bowl and public affairs will be safe-


US Department of Homeland Security-

“…a department with more than 20 different agencies, a budget of more than $45 billion and a staff of hundreds of thousands of civilian, law enforcement and military personnel.”


More about local heroin here, and here: Puget Sound Heroin


Secret arrest statistics are un-American

News tip/story idea


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Photo- Salt Creek