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Topic - Tim Weber
WESTMINSTER, Md. (AP) — It's a fight Carroll knows all too well, a struggle against a typically white or brown powdered substance that presents itself as a euphoric high and a warm sensation throughout the body.
Three-time Indianapolis 500 winner Dario Franchitti had surgery Monday on his broken right ankle.
'Heroin, right?'" said Tim Weber, who owns two local sober homes. "That's what they say, almost every time. It's always heroin or (oxycodone) pills."