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Cocaine (INACTIVE)

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  • Two charged with distribution of crack cocaine in Brooklyn Park

    Two charged with distribution of crack cocaine in Brooklyn Park
    Three Baltimore residents were arrested Thursday on drug charges in Anne Arundel County after police made an undercover purchase of crack cocaine in a McDonald's parking lot. Anne Arundel County police say the three were in the parking lot of the...
  • 2 accused of shooting store clerk after leaving door open in cold

    2 accused of shooting store clerk after leaving door open in cold
    Two people were arrested Monday evening and accused of shooting a South Shore dollar store employee after he asked them not to hold open the shop door in the cold, county prosecutors said. Joseph Butler, 23, of the 1800 block of West Marquette Road,...
  • Johnny Knoxville takes golden-years raunch on the road

    Johnny Knoxville takes golden-years raunch on the road
    "The right ring finger. ... No, THE LEFT RING FINGER!" It's minutes before sunrise at Westchester's Kerlan-Jobe sports medicine clinic and Johnny Knoxville has very nearly, accidentally, authorized orthopedic surgery on the wrong hand. His uninjured...
  • Obama commutes sentences for eight convicted of drug crimes

    WASHINGTON -- President Obama on Thursday commuted the prison terms of eight people sentenced to life in prison or other long sentences for drug crimes. The commutations are part of the administration’s campaign to roll back inequities in...
  • A misguided drug policy [Editorial]

    A misguided drug policy   [Editorial]
    Last week President Barack Obama issued a challenge to Congress to take care of some urgent unfinished business. The president used his executive powers to commute the sentences of eight people sentenced to long prison terms imposed under mandatory...
  • Problems With Drug, Sex Offender Zones

    Problems With Drug, Sex Offender Zones
    Do crime-free zones around schools and other places where children gather actually protect children? The question will be aired in the next session of the General Assembly because of two proposals, one that seeks to reduce the size of drug-free zones...
  • Too many locked up unfairly [Letter]

    Too many locked up unfairly [Letter]
    Our ridiculous, mandatory sentencing in drug matters not only destroys lives, it costs the taxpayers a fortune ("A misguided drug policy," Dec. 23). And it's not just the racial discrimination rampant in crack and powder cocaine offenses that needs to...
  • Face it, Toronto, you're too polite to deal with big bad Rob Ford

    Toronto Mayor Rob Ford could very well be the smartest stupid politician in the world.  On Wednesday, the wisecracking, crack-smoking leader of Canada’s largest city took his rogue show before its City Council. Having finally admitted —...
  • Rob Ford makes stunningly crude remark, is sorry, prepares for TV show

    Toronto Mayor Rob Ford made a jaw-dropping, lewd comment today, offered a fresh apology, and now we find out he has a new TV show coming. The whirlwind of drama around Toronto's mayor has hardly abated since his Nov. 5 admission of having smoked crack...
  • What'd he say?

    What'd he say?
    When she first met her father, the music icon Ray Charles, at age 12, Sheila Raye embraced him with a tearful hug and spilled everything: She'd just been accepted to Juilliard, where she would train to become the next Janis Joplin, and wanted dad's...
  • Police say driver shot by police was 'determined to flee'

    Police say driver shot by police was 'determined to flee'
    Baltimore Police Commissioner Anthony W. Batts said that a man fatally shot by an officer during a traffic stop Wednesday night was "determined not to cooperate" and tried to flee because he had crack cocaine in the vehicle. The officer, who has not...