A 68-year-old woman was chased down the road with a running chainsaw in a town where children as young as 11 are addicted to ice. Mandy, who declined to give her last name, told Nine News she lives on a street in Murray Bridge, South Australia, with eight ice dealers. ‘There was (also) an argument between two families, and the male member of one family smashed a bottle and aimed it at the head of a six-month-old baby that its mother was nursing,’ she said. Over the past 10 years, Mandy says she has made more than a thousand reports about the dealers to police. Mandy, 68, says she was chased down the street by someone holding a running chainsaw in Murray Bridge, where she lives on the same street as eight ice dealers Murray Bridge, about an hour south-east of Adelaide, has been decimated by a scourge of ice, with young children becoming hooked on the drug Murray Bridge, located about an hour south-east of Adelaide, has been destroyed by a scourge of methamphetamines, and Superintendent James Blandford says it’s affecting residents of all ages. ‘Murray Bridge has a significant issue with drugs, particularly methamphetamine,’ he told the network. RELATED… Read full this story
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