Drug Dealers Lose in Satellite Mess - 1998-05-21

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F372.png Drug Dealers Lose in Satellite Mess May 21, 1998, Michael White, Associated Press

"It also allows the drug dealer to see who is calling them. If it is an unfamiliar number, they will not call back, if they are moving a lot of product," Scott said in a telephone interview from a Narconon residential program in Newport Beach, where he enrolled two months ago to kick his meth addiction.

Getting rid of the pager is part of kicking drugs, said Clark Carr, president of Narconon International in Los Angeles.

"That's one of the first things we take when they come in," Carr said.

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{{cite news | first = Michael | last = White | title = Drug Dealers Lose in Satellite Mess | url = http://www.apnewsarchive.com/1998/Drug-Dealers-Lose-in-Satellite-Mess/id-631b5de768de71ef64af229801cf1e4b | work = Associated Press | date = May 21, 1998 | accessdate = January 14, 2017 }}