This March, there really has been madness when it comes to some major incidents in Palmer and Forks Townships.
For two straight weeks, the police and fire departments of Forks and Palmer Townships have been working in overdrive handling crime scenes.
Last Friday, the Palmer and Forks police departments were involved in busting up a major marijuana distribution operation from a Forks home. Later that day, Palmer police were involved in pressing charges against a resident involved in allegedly trying to coax a young girl to send him naked pictures on Facebook.
And this Friday, a fatal accident was reported early Friday morning on Route 611 near the Delaware River and Palmer police then hooked up with Forks police to bust up a heroin distribution operation from a Palmer Township home.
Throw in two Forks Township house fires in the past few weeks and things have really been hectic.
You really have to appreciate these efforts.
Forks and Palmer Townships aren't known as hotbeds for criminal activity so it's nice to see that our police departments are trying to stay on top of things and are cracking crimes.
Credit Police Chiefs Greg Dorney of Forks and Larry Palmer of Palmer for running top-notch police departments.
Then you really need to tip your cap to the fire departments. These guys are volunteers, which is amazing considering they are putting their lives on the line.
Go to a Forks fire scene and you'll see Fire Chief Charles Chapman right in the thick of things and Zoning Officer Tim Weis right around the scene as well.
Maybe the rest of the month won't be so maddening. Maybe only just for the college basketball tournament.
But know that if there's major incidents, our authorities will be on top of it.