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PCP (INACTIVE)

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  • Naked Man Pulled from Sacramento River after Police Chase, Allegedly Headbutting K-9 Officer

    Naked Man Pulled from Sacramento River after Police Chase, Allegedly Headbutting K-9 Officer
    Stark naked, cuffed, and screaming at the top of his lungs; California Highway Patrol officers say that's what became of a driver who lead them on high speed chase through Sacramento. "On the way down the bank, the aircraft was calling-out play-by-play...
  • FBI: Two Indiana inmates run nationwide drug ring; Other Elkhart County links

    FBI: Two Indiana inmates run nationwide drug ring; Other Elkhart County links
    A nationwide drug ring allegedly run by two Indiana prison inmates has major local connections. A federal indictment unsealed by the U.S. Attorney's office after FBI raids across the state Wednesday named 40 people purportedly involved in the scheme....
  • Mom Who Beheaded 2-year-old Son Was High on PCP

    Mom Who Beheaded 2-year-old Son Was High on PCP
    CAMDEN, NJ -- Toxicology tests show a woman who decapitated her 2-year-old son and then killed herself in August had smoked PCP-laced marijuana. 33-year old Chevonne Thomas called 911 to admit decapitating the toddler just minutes before stabbing herself...
  • Man arrested, charged in fatal LaPorte County crash

    Man arrested, charged in fatal LaPorte County crash
    A 35-year-old man wanted in connection to a fatal July LaPorte County crash was arrested in the City of South Bend. LaPorte County police were notified by South Bend Police and the United States Marshals Service John Mikle was arrested and taken to...
  • Mother Tells 911 Dispatcher That She Killed Her Toddler... Then Takes Her Own Life

    Mother Tells 911 Dispatcher That She Killed Her Toddler... Then Takes Her Own Life
    “Somebody just stabbed my baby, please get here!” The beginning of the 911 call was already alarming, what a 33-year-old Chevonne Thomas then said, is downright twisted. Dispatcher: Do they know who it was, ma'am? Thomas: Yes, it's my ex,...
  • Behind the cannibalism stories, a new and lethal drug

    According to reader Sandra Klisham, we need less newspaper coverage about the Morgan State University student accused of cannibalism and more about the U.S. soldiers who are fighting and dying in Afghanistan ("Less cannibalism coverage," June 8). She...
  • Coroner: Rodney King on Cocaine, PCP Before Drowning

    Coroner: Rodney King on Cocaine, PCP Before Drowning
    RIALTO, Calif. (KTLA) -- Rodney King's death was the result of an accidental drowning, although a cocktail of alcohol and drugs in his system were contributing factors, the San Bernardino County coroner's office has determined. King, who became a...
  • Leonard Pitts Jr.: On the death of a hapless icon and his question that had to be asked

    There was always something hapless about Rodney King. He entered the nation's consciousness -- and its conscience -- as a shambling drunk, an unemployed black construction worker who tried to outrun L.A. police rather than be arrested for drunk driving....
  • Man charged with killing daughter in Dolton held on $2 million

    Man charged with killing daughter in Dolton held on $2 million
    A Dixmoor man who was high on PCP and marijuana when he broke his 16-year-old daughter's nose, jaw, skull and vertebrae in a Dolton hotel room earlier this week was ordered held on $2 million this afternoon. The man was charged with first-degree murder...
  • Crime & Punishment: City of Waterbury in a battle over release of information regarding former Gov. John Rowland

    Crime & Punishment: City of Waterbury in a battle over release of information regarding former Gov. John Rowland
    In 2008, Waterbury officials assured us that hiring ex-governor John Rowland for a $100,000-a-year economic advisor gig, upon the end of his prison sentence for corruption convictions, was a good idea. Now, six months after Rowland left the job, the...
  • Forestville man faces drug charges after naked run

    A Forestville man faces drug possession and indecent exposure charges, after police found him running naked on Crain Highway early Tuesday. It took a taser and several officers to arrest James Frederick Brown, 36, of the 7000 block Nimitz Drive. After he...