Good news, Belleville residents!
Thanks to a new practice employed by your police department, local dope procurement just got a whole lot easier.
has the scoop
in this morning's Belleville News Democrat
According to her story, Belleville cops have two spiffy "Warning!" signs to erect outside apartments or houses where they've made a drug bust.
Since there're just two signs in circulation, they're only supposed to stay up for a day or two, during daylight hours.
The BND also reports that police will send snail-mail notices to owners and neighbors of the drug houses.
Belleville residents reportedly have mixed reactions to the tactics. Wonder how long before the drug dealers revolt, and a lawsuit gets filed.