Boredom often cited as reason to begin early experimentation with drugs.

We had a good turn out for our speaker, Monte Stiles, who comes from over 30 years experience in dealing with drugs, alcohol and it’s effects on society.

Monte finds time and time again, that boredom is often cited for early experimentation with drugs by those he has been involved in interviewing as a federal and state prosecutor who as an Assistant United States Attorney for the District of Idaho, supervised the Organized Crime/Drug Enforcement Task Force, a group of agents and prosecutors who investigate and prosecute high-level drug trafficking organizations including street gangs, cartels, and international drug smuggling and money laundering operations

Thank you Monte for your time and sharing you expertise with our community! (In photo, Monte Stiles, Brad Fincher, Cynthia Stark-Wickman, Lainey Volk)

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