Sheriff offers to eliminate drug-dealing competition

(Meredith) - An Indiana sheriff came up with a creative way to nab the drug dealers in his community. 

The Jennings County Sheriff's Office posted a form to Facebook last Wednesday, encouraging criminals to submit the names of their drug-dealing competition.

"Attention drug dealers!" the form reads. "Too much competition bringing you down? Are you not making the profits you once did? We are here to help you eliminate your competition!" 

Those who decide to complete the form can tell authorities where their competition lives, the type of drugs they sell and other incriminating information.

Though the forms were seemingly made in jest, the sheriff's office said it would still accept them.

Completed forms can be emailed directly to Jennings County Sheriff Kenny Freeman at kfreeman@jenningssheriff.org.

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