Muskegon Co. added to federal anti-drug effort

MUSKEGON, Mich. (WOOD) — The White House’s drug policy director has designated Muskegon County as a High Intensity Drug Trafficking Area.

It’s one of 14 counties across the country that have been added to the federal HIDTA program.

With the new designation, Muskegon County is eligible to receive federal resources to help with drug control efforts by federal, state, local, and tribal law enforcement.

The other counties that have been added to the HIDTA program:

  • Escambia County, Florida
  • Santa Rosa County, Florida
  • Carroll County, Maryland
  • Bristol County, Massachusetts
  • Broome County, New York
  • Ulster County, New York
  • McIntosh County, Oklahoma
  • Pittsburg County, Oklahoma
  • Linn County, Oregon
  • Blount County, Tennessee
  • Carroll County, Virginia
  • Grayson County, Virginia
  • Jefferson County, West Virginia

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Online:

High Intensity Drug Trafficking Areas Program

Office of National Drug Control Policy visit

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