How heroin destroyed an Alabama drug counselor

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BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (AP) — When they found out she would be buried at 10 a.m., April Carpri’s friends quickly made a memorial to place at the head of her grave. A basic black frame contained a wallet-sized photo of the former social worker surrounded by tributes to her counseling skills. The three women at the […]
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