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Percy Watkins saw his friends get hooked on crack. Not casual friends, either. “My best friend, my brother, and his best friend.” Click here to view. --> Watkins grew up in the Nevada-Lidgerwood neighborhood, in northeast Spokane. In the 1980s there…

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