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Byhalia Mississippi

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There is alot of traffic,people doing drugs outside,fighting,visitors bringing car loads of items throughout the night,Cars were being taken apart at night then hauled off the next day....ETC
I am so tired of all the noise and people driving crazy.They take up with anyone.These people need to be watched and handled accordingly.Thanks for your time,A concerned neighbor.
By Jack, Published March 11 2012.

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