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Drug Trafficking

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  • Bosch's partner sentenced to 3 1/2 years for peddling steroids to MLB pros

    Anthony Bosch, the convicted Coral Gables, Fla. steroid dealer who shook up Major League Baseball, has hogged the spotlight during the federal probe of his ring that sold unlawful muscle-building drugs to pro ballplayers. Bosch's onetime business buddy,...
  • Minivan driver hid heroin, cocaine and pills in rectum, deputies say

    Minivan driver hid heroin, cocaine and pills in rectum, deputies say
    A 29-year-old minivan driver is facing trafficking charges after drugs were found in his rectum following a traffic stop in Flagler County. Jeffery Charles Nowden, Jr. of Palm Coast was arrested Thursday after a traffic stop on U.S. Highway 1 near...
  • Wide range of bills from Del. Yancey

    What do would-be math teachers, new moms and victims of domestic violence have in common? Turns out, Del. David Yancey, R-Newport News, has proposals to make their lives a bit easier.  But there are some people – human traffickers, gang members...
  • Lift the smoke screen on medical marijuana licenses in Illinois

    Lift the smoke screen on medical marijuana licenses in Illinois
    Gov. Pat Quinn created all sorts of mischief in his final days in office, but he got one thing right: He didn't sign off at the last minute on licenses to grow and sell medical marijuana in Illinois. He left that to his successor, and his successor said...
  • Former corrections officer accused of letting inmates have conjugal visits, contraband

    Former corrections officer accused of letting inmates have conjugal visits, contraband
    NEW PORT RICHEY — The former prison guard who allowed an inmate to escape from a work crew in Pasco County last year was charged with multiple counts of official misconduct for aiding in the escape and allowing inmates to smuggle drugs, tobacco...
  • Ellington Man Pleads Guilty To Selling Stolen Gun For Heroin

    An Ellington man accused of selling a stolen gun to his drug dealer for about 20 baggies of heroin pleaded guilty on Wednesday in federal court. Justin Ashline, 24, had waived his right to be indicted and pleaded guilty to the single charge of possession...
  • Prosecutors: Brothers' cooperation against cartels led to their dad's death

    Shortly after twin brothers from Chicago began their historic cooperation with federal authorities against some of the most dangerous drug cartels in the world, their father made a fatal mistake. Against his sons' wishes and despite stern warnings...
  • Paris gunman's safe house could hold clues to 4th attacker amid fear of new strike

    Amedy Coulibaly, the gunman who killed four hostages at a Paris kosher supermarket, rented a small suburban house the week before and filled it with an impressive arsenal of late-model weapons, police said Wednesday. A published report said a search of...
  • 10 dead after Texas prison bus skids off highway, hits train

    10 dead after Texas prison bus skids off highway, hits train
    A prison bus skidded off an icy Texas highway, slid down an embankment and collided with a passing freight train Wednesday, killing eight inmates and two corrections officers, including the bus driver, authorities said. The overpass on Interstate 20...
  • Men accused of cocaine trafficking, gun possession

    Men accused of cocaine trafficking, gun possession
    Two men were arrested for trafficking cocaine and gun possession after they were pulled over by Boca Raton police, according to an arrest report. Officers were patrolling at noon Thursday around the BP Gas Station, 5440 W. Glades Road, when they saw a...
  • Pa. justices split on text messages as evidence of drug trade

    The text messages an alleged drug dealer purportedly sent to a buyer cannot be used as evidence in a trial, the state Supreme Court has ruled, but the decision is far from an all-out ban on using electronic communications to prove crimes. Police...