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Apr. 6, 2019 – Rebecca Wu, public affairs officer for the FBI St. Louis Division, said it was the first time the 2016 documentary, titled “Chasing the Dragon: The Life of an Opiate Addict,” was shown to the general public in Jefferson County, although it had previously been presented to Seckman High School students, said Jillian Bissell, Jefferson County Drug Prevention Coalition prevention specialist.

“We wanted to reach communities beyond the city and county of St. Louis,” Wu said. “One of the (FBI St. Louis Citizens Academy Alumni Association) board members, Randy Gray, is a pastor of Radiant Life Church in Festus. He asked if we would be willing to do the presentation down there. He helped organize it and find people to attend.”

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