RL-B students learn dangers of meth
ROUND LAKE -- Not even once.
It's a message that was repeated often during a presentation Friday at Round Lake-Brewster High School, when Buffalo Ridge Drug Task Force Commander Troy Appel spoke to students about the dangers of trying methamphetamine, a drug so addictive that 90 percent of people are hooked after one or two uses.
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