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2 hrs ago | Seattle Post-Intelligencer

APNewsBreak: Chicago DEA chief heading to DC

In this Tuesday, Dec. 11, 2012 file photo, Jack Riley, head of the Drug Enforcement Administration in Chicago, stands in his downtown office. Riley who has been outspoken about the growing influence of Mexican cartels in the American heartland is leaving Chicago to take one of the agency's top posts in Washington, D.C. Riley has been named as the DEA's new chief of operations and will be responsible for overseeing all agency law enforcement within the United States and internationally.


Related Topix: Prison, Drugs

3 hrs ago | The Republic

Dominican officials turn over 14 suspects to US

Dominican authorities have extradited 14 suspects to the U.S. to face a slew of drug, extortion and fraud charges. The group was turned over to agents with the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration on Tuesday at an air base in the capital of Santo Domingo.


7 hrs ago | My FOX Chicago

Chicago DEA chief heading to DC

The head of the Drug Enforcement Administration's Chicago division, who has been outspoken about the growing influence of Mexican cartels in the American heartland, is leaving to take one of the agency's top posts in Washington, D.C., a DEA official said Tuesday. Jack Riley, 56, has been named the DEA's new chief of operations - considered the federal agency's No.


8 hrs ago | Thenew995fm.com

Site Of N.O. East Shooting A Drug-Dealing Hot Spot

The special agent in charge of the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration office in New Orleans says the corner of Chef Menteur Highway and Dale Street, where five men were wounded in a shooting Monday night, is just one of many drug-dealing hot spots in the city, especially in eastern New Orleans. Keith Brown told 99.5 WRNO Tuesday that intersection has become a hot spot because of the rapid growth of heroin trafficking.


Related Topix: Drugs, New Orleans, LA

11 hrs ago | The Bennington Banner

Vermonters urged to 'take back' drugs Saturday

Vermont Attorney General William Sorrell is urging Vermonters to dispose of unwanted medications on this year's drug take-back day. Sorrel says the Drug Enforcement Administration is holding the event in partnership with the Vermont State Police, sheriff's departments and police departments throughout Vermont.


Related Topix: Vermont, Vermont Government

15 hrs ago | Examiner.com

Prescription Drug Take Back Day Sept. 27 in Highlands Ranch

Saturday, Sept. 27 from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m. the Highlands Ranch Metro District and Centennial Water & Sanitation District are partnering with the Douglas County Sheriff's Office and the Drug Enforcement Agency to present a Pharmaceutical Take Back Day in Highlands Ranch.


Related Topix: Highlands Ranch, CO, Douglas County, CO

19 hrs ago | 9Down.Com

Eyewitness War S01 Special Frontline Stories 720p HDTV x264-TERRA

Special Frontline Stories Follow the men and women of the Army, Navy, Drug Enforcement Administration, Coast Guard and other forces through the chaos of battle with real-life, first-person footage. It's their vision, their words, their war.


Mon Sep 15, 2014


Synthetic LSD a deadly new drug in Omaha

It's called the most dangerous drug on the streets. It's cheap and easy to hide.


Related Topix: Drugs, Omaha, NE


Prescription Drug Take-Back on Sept 27th

On Saturday, September 27, 2014 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., the Santa Barbara Police Department will be partnering with the US Drug Enforcement Administration to hold another National Prescription Drug Take- Back Day. This initiative addresses a vital public safety and public health issue.


WDTN-TV Dayton

DEA: Dayton man arrested for buying $153,000 of cocaine

The Drug Enforcement Agency arrested a Miami Valley man after they say he bought more than $153,000 of cocaine. Agents issued warrants for a home on the 1000 block of Fairview in Dayton, and another home on Crenshaw Drive in Huber Heights.


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National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day

We can get rid of unwanted, unused and expired medications and dispose of them properly through a free and anonymous service sponsored by the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration . Locations can be found by contacting the Nebraska Poison Center for drop off locations by calling 1-800- 222-1222.


JD Supra

DEA Authorizes Take-Back Programs for Pharmacies

The U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration recently issued a Final Rule expanding the facilities that can collect unused prescription drugs to now include retail pharmacies, hospitals and pharmaceutical manufacturers, as well as other specified entities. The Final Rule allows these entities to institute prescription drug take-back programs where patients can turn over unused pharmaceuticals either by mail or by dropping them off with the collecting entity.


Related Topix: Collecting, Life, Hobbies


Woman shot during Manchester drug raid is identified

Assistant New Hampshire Attorney General Stacey Pawlik, who is heading the investigation, on Monday identified the woman who was shot in the arm as Lilian Alonzo, 49, of 110 Beech St., Apt.


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The Jersey Journal

DEA warns of high purity heroin in N.J.

New Jersey has some of the purest heroin in the United States, recent Drug Enforcement Administration lab tests revealed. The DEA issued an advisory to the public last week, warning of the on average 58 percent purity level of the drug in the state, an increase of 12 percent from 2011, according to the agency.


Related Topix: Drugs, Elizabeth, NJ

Dallas Morning News

Dallas police drug squad sees jump in heroin smuggling

The Dallas Police Department's interdiction squad is still doing what it always has: using surveillance and human intelligence to stop smugglers coming into and through the city. Law enforcement officials say heroin use has soared across the U.S. as the drug has become cheaper and more available.


Related Topix: Drugs, Dallas, TX, Prison

Sun Sep 14, 2014


Drug return program expands coverage to opioid pills

The local prescription drug return program will now cover the disposal of prescription opioid painkillers which are increasingly being linked to thousands of drug-related deaths, the Attorney General announced Monday, according to USA Today. The program expansion now authorizes hospitals, pharmacies and similar prescribers to accept unused or excess opioids.


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Daily Herald

Arlington police accepting unwanted drugs

The Drug Enforcement Administration and the Arlington Heights Police Department will coordinate efforts to remove potentially dangerous drugs from homes. The ninth National Prescription Take-Back Initiative will provide an opportunity for the public to surrender unwanted, expired and unused pharmaceuticals and unwanted over the counter medication to law enforcement officers for proper disposal.



P7-M worth of - shabu' busted in Bukidnon

AUTHORITIES seized alleged illegal drugs worth millions of pesos in a single operation conducted over the weekend in a town in Bukidnon. About 1.5 kilograms of suspected methamphetamine hydrochloride with an estimated value of P7 million were intercepted by the Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency in northern Mindanao at Purok 2, Central Poblacion in Kalilangan town in Bukidnon around 2 p.m. on Friday, September 12. Emerson Margate, PDEA-10 director, told reporters in a press conference late Friday evening that his office had been monitoring one of the suspects, Baguinda Carim, and his group for almost a month following a tip from intelligence works on the group's activities.

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Slippery shabu suspects finally arrested,...

CHARGES were filed before the provincial prosecutor's office in Bukidnon on Friday against five suspects who were arrested for selling more than one kilo of suspected shabu worth about P9 million at Central Poblacion in Kalilangan town in Bukidnon. The Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency Davao Region claimed the arrested men were notorious suppliers of illegal drugs to Davao and neighboring areas who have managed to stay away from dragnet operations in the past.


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The Times-Herald

Pharmacist 'ready to move forward'

"Are you Amy Matistic?" the officer asked. Suddenly, there were 10 additional cars surrounding the pharmacist's home and yard.


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