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February 22, 2014

NT arrests four during drug raid

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Tonawanda News — “This is just a small sampling of what has been going on at 784 Oliver St.,” the department said. 

The release states that police will be following up with the city attorney’s office to start proceedings for a nuisance eviction. 

“We also observed what we believe to be numerous housing code violations and will be requesting the assistance of code enforcement to make the building compliant,” the release states. “We hope the above will help to bring some peace to the neighbors.” 

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