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42 min ago | WCSH 6 Portland
Maine's Drug Enforcement Agency seized more than 12 pounds of bath salts and arrested six people in connection with trafficking drugs in Aroostook County Thursday.
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1 hr ago | My Mother Lode
Sheriff's officials in Northern California say they raided a pot dispensary with help from federal officials after discovering a cash shipment from Colorado and marijuana products headed out of state.
3 hrs ago | The Indianapolis Star
An Indianapolis couple was arrested in a drug bust Thursday night that netted 2 pounds of methamphetamine and 13 guns, including three that had been reported stolen.
5 hrs ago | KCBD-TV Lubbock
Sean R. Waite has been appointed to lead the New Mexico office, which is part of the El Paso Field Division.
10 hrs ago | Williamson Daily News Online
Many communities across the country have begun utilizing prescription drug drop-off boxes at local law enforcement agencies to help assist with getting unwanted, unused or expired medications out of people's homes and away from potential abuse.
Marin and federal drug investigators arrested a San Rafael merchant on allegations of selling methamphetamine from his storefront in a bust Wednesday that also netted a suspected drug trafficker in Daly City.
A Titusville police officer was arrested today after he was indicted on federal drug trafficking charges.
David Rieff, author and journalist, talks about that legalizing drugs in the US would greatly help the civil conflict in Mexico.
Nine Mendocino County residents, including a locally prominent activist and performance artist, were arrested Tuesday following a multi-agency law enforcement raid related to a marijuana cooperative in the village of Mendocino.
A senior U.S. drug enforcement official refused to state whether alcohol was more or less dangerous than marijuana during a House oversight committee hearing on Tuesday.
March 5, 2014 - Today, on a press conference call, U.S. Senator Charles E. Schumer launched a two-pronged plan to combat the rising epidemic of heroin abuse in New York and around the country.
A Georgia doctor and three Mississippi men have been indicted on federal charges of illegally distributing painkillers.
It's no secret that some people addicted to painkillers will stop at nothing to get their next fix, but a new study suggests it could be happening closer to home than you think.
The U.S. attorney's office said 32-year-old Alfredo Balestier-Sanchez was arrested Tuesday by Woonsocket police and agents with a Drug Enforcement Administration task force after a monthlong investigation.
The Cumberland County Sheriff's Office has issued warrants for a Fayetteville man who they say stole a physician's identity and used it to write prescriptions and operate a fake clinic.
The latest ruse of some conservatives to garner the sympathy, support, and votes of libertarians is to declare that they are "constitutionalists."
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