Norwich Bulletin (Colchester, CT) June 13, 2011
"Award and scholarship winners, Eagle Scouts and star school athletes are common in Colchester, a town known for its achievements in the classroom and on the field.
But there’s something else in town not so easily seen, and not celebrated: a supply of heroin and prescription painkillers like oxycontin and vicodin, as well as young users.
Eric Ebrus is a Drug Enforcement Administration agent assigned with state police. He spoke to Colchester parents Wednesday about teen drinking and drug use as part of a forum sponsored by the town, the school district and United Community and Family Services.
He said heroin and oxycontin are easily available in smaller towns in Eastern Connecticut." Read More