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  • Man charged with selling marijuana from Allentown's Renaissance Hotel

    Man charged with selling marijuana from Allentown's Renaissance Hotel
    A 31-year-old man was charged Saturday with selling marijuana from the Renaissance Hotel in downtown Allentown, according to court records. Prince Thorpe, of Allentown, told police he worked at the hotel, but was trying to make some "extra cash,"...
  • Law and Order: Porter County

    Law and Order: Porter County
    Portage man refuses to pay for pizza Jacob Chabes, 21, was arrested around 10:30 p.m. Monday at his home, in the 1200 block of Camelot Manor, Portage, after refusing to pay a Verona's delivery driver $26.01 for chicken wings and pizza, claiming there...
  • Four Remain Hospitalized Following MDMA Overdoses At Wesleyan

    Four Remain Hospitalized Following MDMA Overdoses At Wesleyan
    MIDDLETOWN — Ten Wesleyan students and two visitors have been hospitalized, with at least two in critical condition, after overdosing over the weekend on the synthetic party drug MDMA, known as ecstasy or Molly, police and Wesleyan officials said....
  • Pot grower claims medical need in Broward trial

    Pot grower claims medical need in Broward trial
    When a Hollywood man was arrested and charged with growing 46 marijuana plants on his property two years ago, he swore he was not a drug dealer. Jesse Teplicki, 50, said he was growing the pot for himself, for medical purposes. He suffers from severe...
  • Mathews man pleads guilty to heroin distribution charges

    A Mathews County man charged in November following a months-long undercover investigation into heroin distribution pled guilty this week, according to Commonwealth’s Attorney Tom Bowen. Damien Matthew Flowers, 33, of Dutton, was set to tried in...
  • Gary woman pleads guilty to drug trafficking

    Gary woman pleads guilty to drug trafficking
    A Gary woman who federal attorneys say associated with the Two Six street gang faces at least 10 years in prison after pleading guilty to dealing between 11 to 33 pounds of cocaine. Alma Delia Carrera, 28, pled guilty Friday in the U.S. District Court...
  • Eleven At Wesleyan Hospitalized In MDMA Drug Overdoses

    MIDDLETOWN – At least 11 Wesleyan students have been hospitalized, with a sophomore reported in critical condition, after overdosing on the synthetic party drug MDMA, known as ecstasy, or Molly, police and Wesleyan officials said. City police late...
  • In Cuba, fugitive declines invitation to return to U.S.

    In Cuba, fugitive declines invitation to return to U.S.
    U.S. marshals normally surprise fugitives by breaking down doors and hauling people off in handcuffs. This time, federal agents took a different tack: They called the wanted man and politely asked him to return. "He confirmed, absolutely, I know I'm...
  • Schumer: Don't cut funds to fight heroin trafficking

    Sen. Charles Schumer says Congress should reject President Barack Obama's plan to cut funding for a program that targets high-intensity drug trafficking. The New York Democrat says Obama's proposal to cut more than $50 million from the program would...
  • Drug explosion follows oil boom on North Dakota Indian reservation

    Drug explosion follows oil boom on North Dakota Indian reservation
    Tribal Police Chief Chad Johnson first noticed a change on the wind-swept prairies of the reservation around six years ago. Small-time methamphetamine dealers known to the police officers for the Mandan, Hidatsa and Arikara tribes — known as the...
  • Menominee tribal official raises prospect of growing marijuana

    MILWAUKEE Now that the Menominee tribe's dream of opening a Kenosha casino has gone up in smoke, the tribe is looking for a new way to raise cash growing marijuana. Craig Corn, a tribal legislator, opened the door Friday to growing marijuana on the...