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The Columbus DispatchAn undercover drug investigation on and around the Ohio State University campus has led to charges against 16 people, including some students, and to the seizure of drugs ranging from cocaine to Ecstasy, authorities said yesterday. Detectives with the...
The Sentinel, Carlisle, Pa.The investigation of two Carlisle businesses involved in selling illegal synthetic drugs resulted in more than $400,000 in seized properties after fees. Cumberland County District Attorney David Freed Thursday announced the result of the investigation...
The News-Item, Shamokin, Pa.Approximately $1,000 in heroin, Spice and cocaine was confiscated Wednesday afternoon by city police when a Philadelphia man who allegedly has been selling drugs in the area since last week was taken into custody in the downtown district and charged...
Move over lead-containing kiddie toys; psychoactive designer drugs are on their way to becoming China's most deadly exports. A relatively obscure compound nicknamed "25-I" is the newest in a string of these "research chemicals" available for purchase...
Gov. Rick Scott signed a new ban on drugs such as K2, spice and bath salts Wednesday. The bill adds 27 new synthetic drug compounds to Florida statute and outlaws their sale or possession. The bill, sponsored by Sen. Rob Bradley, R-Orange Park, and...
Tags: Pam Bondi, Government, Prisons, Politics, Punishment
Bangor Daily News, MaineA local man who was stunned by Bangor police using a Taser last September after he consumed synthetic bath salts and was "out of control" died as a result of complications from overdosing on the lab-made drug, his autopsy report states. The man's father...
Reading Karen Klein's commentary had me fuming on Friday (Commentary, "Why bring NOAA into the sea lion killing?," April 5). In the editorial, the writer says, "Sad, but was it irresponsible? Criminally or civilly irresponsible?" I say yes! A sea lion...
Now an update to a story we've been following since last week: He's the one who taught a seminar on drugs and police say they found bath salts, a mirror and a rolled up dollar bill. Tonight, he's in jail facing new charges. He had been out on bond...
WDBJ7 ReporterA professor at Radford University who teaches courses on criminal justice finds himself in trouble with the law. The back story is that on December 22, three nights before Christmas, Radford Police received a call that a side door at someone's home on...
Governor Bob McDonnell issued the following statement today after signing HB1941 which adds several new compounds to the list defined as synthetic cannabinoids and synthetic stimulants. “Illegal drugs continue to infect our communities. Drug...
Glendale is partnering with a local nonprofit to fill the void left by the downsizing of youth and family services offered by City Hall due to ongoing budget constraints. The nonprofit All for Health, Health for All already operates three clinics in...
Tags: Google Inc., Substance Abuse, Rentals, Marketing, Salvia
A former Deutsche Bank executive has filed a suit against the Los Angeles Police Department, alleging that two officers dragged him to a motel last year and severely beat him when he tried to escape. Brian C. Mulligan, a resident of La Cañada Flintridge,...
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