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  • Allentown couple charged with dealing heroin

    Allentown couple charged with dealing heroin
    An Allentown couple were charged Tuesday with dealing heroin in the city. Ramon A. Vargas, 35, and Carmen Richardson, 37, both of the 900 block of North Fifth Street, were arrested at 11:16 a.m. after vice detectives watched an apparent drug deal go down...
  • Boston reverend denies gun and drug charges

    A Boston cleric and former public high school employee already facing an attempted murder charge for allegedly shooting a 17-year-old student in the head has pleaded not guilty to gun and drug charges. A judge Tuesday bumped bail for the Rev. Shaun...
  • Bridgeport Priest Who Ran Meth Ring Pleads For Leniency

    Bridgeport Priest Who Ran Meth Ring Pleads For Leniency
    HARTFORD — A suspended Roman Catholic priest who authorities say dealt pounds of methamphetamine and bought a sex shop to possibly launder his drug money is asking a federal judge for leniency when he is sentenced next week. Monsignor Kevin...
  • Ex-drug officers lose bid to toss racketeering charges

    Six former Philadelphia narcotics officers charged with robbing and beating drug dealers in a gangland-style enterprise have lost a bid to halt their upcoming trial over claims that at least one accuser lied before the grand jury. Federal prosecutors...
  • Suspect in Broward hallucinogenic jail-mail case pleads guilty

    Suspect in Broward hallucinogenic jail-mail case pleads guilty
    He just may have been the most popular correspondent in the history of jail mail, but he's now looking at a lengthy prison sentence after pleading guilty Tuesday to sending drug-laced postcards to Broward County inmates. Federal prosecutors say it was...
  • Berks County gym owner charged with dealing steroids, other drugs

    Berks County gym owner charged with dealing steroids, other drugs
    The owner of a Berks County gym was arrested and charged with selling meth, cocaine and steroids out of the facility and his home, authorities said. Duane E. Curley, 46, of Mohnton, was arraigned Tuesday on charges of possession with intent to deliver...
  • Broward deputy accused of lying on report won't be charged

    Broward deputy accused of lying on report won't be charged
    One of the Broward Sheriff's deputies accused of lying about the location of an alleged drug dealer's arrest in April 2014 will not face criminal charges, the Broward State Attorney's Office confirmed Tuesday. Greg Edlund, who signed a tow slip...
  • Connecticut priest who ran meth ring pleads for leniency

    A suspended Roman Catholic priest who authorities say dealt pounds of methamphetamine and bought a sex shop to possibly launder his drug money is asking a federal judge for leniency when he is sentenced next week. Monsignor Kevin Wallin's public defender...
  • Correction: Honduras-Drug Arrest story

    In a story March 13 about the capture of a Honduran businessman accused of drug trafficking, The Associated Press reported erroneously that the U.S. had requested his extradition. Honduran officials say they have not received any such request. A...
  • Three released in connection with shooting of two LAPD officers

    Three released in connection with shooting of two LAPD officers
    Three people who were detained after gunmen opened fire on two plainclothes Los Angeles police officers were released Monday afternoon and police officials pledged to continue investigating the shooting. The three people -- who were not identified --...
  • Newly released inmates take Greyhound bus to freedom

    Newly released inmates take Greyhound bus to freedom
    Barron Shannon left prison for the fourth time in less than a decade on a Greyhound bus. He had some photos and letters from home in a Manila envelope, a cigarette tucked behind his ear and a few dollars from the state of Illinois in his pocket. He was...