Now that Rowlett grandmother Barbara Sims has been arrested for intent to deliver a large quantity of cheese heroin and was identified by police as a “high-level drug dealer,” it poses several questions to leaders and residents of Rowlett.
While she’s out on bail and the investigation continues, should pressure be mounted to require her to sell her home and move immediately?
As my wife said, she’ll probably just set up her alleged manufacturing operation somewhere else anyway, now that she’s been released.
If I lived in the 6500 block of Fairfield Dr. I would be particularly irate to have someone so labeled living amongst my neighbors.
What can or should they do?
What should residents of Rowlett do?
In Rockwall, where I live, one of the major news stories this past week has been the case of Tim Salahi and Paige Elliot, who died from using the very same drug which Sims is suspected to have manufactured.
I don’t want someone like her anywhere near Rockwall or Rowlett.
No doubt, everyone deserves his or her day in court, but considering all that was found in Sims home, there’s a very strong likelihood that she is in fact a “high-level drug dealer” and should be forced to leave our area.
What do you think? How can we do it?