CRIME: Pity Those Who Take Pot Luck

Three late bulletins from the grass roots:

&182; At 1 a.m. on a blustery near-zero night last week, 25 law officers hiding in hip-high brush watched silently as a huge DC-6 cargo plane dropped low over Highway 611, rolled down a landing strip of a tiny Pennsylvania airport and lumbered to a stop at runway's end. For almost an hour, while the law shivered under blankets only yards away, the plane sat motionless; the only sound was the static of radio chatter emanating from people who watched from other vantage points near by....

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