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Drug Trafficking

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  • Latest in police corruption trial: Defendant testifies

    4:45 p.m. One of six former drug squad members on trial in a police corruption case is expected to be grilled by prosecutors on Monday. Milkman-turned-narcotics officer Michael Spicer has been a mild-mannered witness on the stand. He is expected to...
  • Accused undercover narcotics cop denies stealing drug money

    One of six former drug squad members on trial in a police corruption case took the stand Friday to deny that the group stole more than $400,000 from drug dealers and roughed them up along the way. Michael Spicer appeared relaxed and affable as he...
  • Review: 'Hyena'

    Review: 'Hyena'
    An extraordinarily brutal British police corruption thriller, "Hyena" (now at Facets) prowls around the flats, alleys and dirty doings of the west London drug underworld. The movie's Albanian criminals make the vermin in the "Taken" movies look like the...
  • Why Freddie Gray ran

    Why Freddie Gray ran
    We don't need four investigations to answer what may be the most consequential questions posed by the events leading up to Freddie Gray's death: Why did police approach him on April 12, why did he run, and why did they chase him? The outcome of that...
  • The 45-minute mystery of Freddie Gray's death

    The 45-minute mystery of Freddie Gray's death
    When Freddie Gray briefly locked eyes with police at 8:39 a.m. on a corner of an impoverished West Baltimore neighborhood two weeks ago, they seemed to recognize each other immediately. As three officers approached on bicycles along West North Avenue, the...
  • Boy, 14, accused of killing two men came from troubled home, records show

    Boy, 14, accused of killing two men came from troubled home, records show
    The boy's mother was arrested more than 25 times on charges including fraud, theft, drugs and prostitution. He was entrusted to the care of his grandmother, who got drunk and angry most nights at their West Boynton Beach home, he and his family...
  • Driver plowed into Venice boardwalk crowd 'in anger,' prosecutor says

    Driver plowed into Venice boardwalk crowd 'in anger,' prosecutor says
    Moments before bulldozing his car into people along the Venice Beach boardwalk, killing an Italian honeymooner, the driver told someone he wanted to run down a drug dealer who he believed had ripped off his friend, a prosecutor told jurors Thursday....
  • Prostitution sting at Allentown motel leads to meth lab, two arrests

    Prostitution sting at Allentown motel leads to meth lab, two arrests
    A prostitution sting Wednesday at an Allentown motel led to the arrest of a man for dealing heroin and of another man for cooking meth in several jars, according to court records. Around 6 p.m., a state police clandestine lab team was called to safely...
  • Convicted Felon Charged In Watertown Drug Sting

    Convicted Felon Charged In Watertown Drug Sting
    WATERTOWN — A convicted felon is facing new narcotics charges after police say he was seen selling drugs Wednesday in a parking lot of Sylvan Lake park. Pedro Torres, 27, of Bowery Road, was charged with two counts of sale of narcotics, possession...
  • Deliberations to begin Friday for drug dealer on trial for murder

    Deliberations to begin Friday for drug dealer on trial for murder
    SANFORD — A prosecutor on Thursday held up a crumpled McDonald's bag for jurors at the trial of Carrington Ivory, a 26-year-old Orlando drug dealer charged with murdering a customer during a home invasion last year. "Here's his fingerprint," said...
  • After state takes child, Kansas woman is at center of national marijuana debate

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. Shona Banda says she had a clear choice: Live in misery or use medical marijuana to ease her Crohn's disease and risk going to jail. Turned out to be an easy call for the Garden City, Kan., woman. She said her symptoms eased to the point...