Meadowview man upset about alleged drug dealers

Kirk Starratt
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Norm Swinamer has put a sign on his Meadowview property to let people know there is a drug dealer operating in the community and to ask him about it.

Norm Swinamer has put a sign on his Meadowview property to let people know there is a drug dealer operating in the community and to ask him about it.

Swinamer said he has complained to the RCMP about the situation five times in the past year and decided to put up the sign because his frustration over a lack of police action.

Organizations: RCMP

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  • Ron Gee
    March 27, 2014 - 21:07

    Having grown up in the area I know that where it is happening has nothing to do with lack of police action. Yeah right.

  • Ross Whitney
    March 26, 2014 - 01:37

    I got one in my community too. Deal with it ! -and do it like a man instead of calling those worthless idiots that some call peace officers. Trust me you'll have more success;) look me up on Facebook and I'd be glad to help since their retarded organization has basically labelled me a kingpin of the valley when it comes to drug dealers, I'm sure I can put some pressure on em to help clean up your fine community of--- YO-HO!

    • concerned citizen
      March 27, 2014 - 21:06

      O yea,, sure,, Norman can apply an extra coat of glue to his dentures,, double knot the ties on his back brace,, oil up his recent artificial hip replacement.. and u and him can play vigilante and take on the bad guys armed with Norms walking cane !

  • Evan
    March 25, 2014 - 21:51

    How could someone get ahold of so called "alleged drug dealer"?? ;)

  • doug swinamer
    March 25, 2014 - 18:54

    people get together and help norm because this doesn,t only effect him ,it effects your children and neighbourhood n

  • They know about it
    March 25, 2014 - 10:35

    The police know about every drug dealer in the area and their movement. It takes time to put a case together and come up with a game plan. Putting a sign up will just get you or your family hurt. Just asking for trouble to land on your front door IMO.

  • concerned citizen
    March 24, 2014 - 20:40

    Norm lives up past the hospital at the end of Exhibition street so wouldn't Kentville Police handle that area ? Maybe the 2 police depts. are confused as to whose responsibility it is ? This has happened before in other areas . .

    • It'sMyBusinessToo
      March 25, 2014 - 20:19

      That part of Exhibition Street is policed by the RCMP. It is not Kentville's Town Police and no, they are not confused as to whose responsibility it is. It's bad enough that they have teenagers not from the community that go up there to party and destroy peoples property and steal things. And yes, the Rcmp know about it, but it's not like it just happened. It's been going on for a long time but yet they still do nothing about it.

    • concerned citizen
      March 27, 2014 - 20:46

      U can practically see Normans street from the kentville police station on River street .. They could be on his doorstep in 5 minutes if need be. Why would his street be policed from a totally different village and why would they ever have to call a car in from the 101 that might be in Aylesford or wolfville and then have to drive all the way thru Kentville to get to Normans house ? this situation ( if true ) is stoopid and does not make any sense ??? and maybe the RCMP don't like it.