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Oceana, WV

Contributed by 20082008, an ePodunk user.

October 7, 2008

 I grew up here in 60's and 70's, when it was a great place to live, and many good folks. Since then it's become Sodom and Gomorrah. Adults are as bad as kids with drugs such as Oxycontin, and breaking into homes trying to steal from those who really need it! Oceana is letting itself become a haven for "pill pushers"! Ford's Trailer Park (near the park) is pill-pushers paradise, with druggers in-and-out at all hrs of the day, buying and selling, either their own prescription meds or of those they steal them from. And, even 'young girls are soliciting sex' just to get high from Oxycontin and other drugs, but Oceana cops turn blind eye and deaf ear! I use to love this town, but it can, and probably will, "go to hell" as far as I care. It's mostly prejudice against 'blacks', but with a reputation as being known as "Oxycontinana", or "Oxyana" (instead of Oceana), it doesn't really matter!!!


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