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Bright pink note warning 'snitches' tips off cops to drug dealer

A note warning people about snitches led police to discover that the owner of the residence was dealing drugs.  Deputies for the Fayette County Sheriff's Department responded to a joyriding complaint at a residence in Oak Hill, West Virginia at approximately 10:15 a.m. on Thursday. When the deputies approached the residence, they spotted a bright pink sign posted on the front door, warning that everyone entering the home is subject to arrest "due to snitches.
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