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Drug Deal and Dramatic Car Chase in New Jersey

  February 28, 2013   No comments

Drug Deal and Dramatic Car Chase in New Jersey Police sources report a Bridgewater, New Jersey man was conducting a drug deal before he crashed into an officer’s car and

Mexican Police Find Homemade “Drug Cannon”

  February 27, 2013   No comments

Mexican Police Find Homemade “Drug Cannon” Mexican law-enforcement officials discovered an ingenious strategy used by drug smugglers in the city of Mexicali, sources say. The drug dealers had rigged a

New Jersey Teenage Dealer Becomes Real Estate Broker

  February 26, 2013   No comments

New Jersey Teenage Dealer Becomes Real Estate Broker Not all news stories about drugs are bad news—an article recently appeared in the New York Observer about Jermaine Morrison, who transformed

Truck Driver Caught with $800K of Drugs in New Jersey

  February 25, 2013   No comments

Truck Driver Caught with $800K of Drugs in New Jersey New Jersey state troopers performing a routine inspection of a truck driver in Greenwich Township arrested him after they found

Don’t Tell Your Kids About Any Past Drug Use

  February 24, 2013   No comments

Don’t Tell Your Kids About Any Past Drug Use A new study has found that it’s actually a bad idea to tell your kids about any experiences you’ve had with

New Jersey Ambulance Driver Shows Up Drunk

  February 22, 2013   No comments

New Jersey Ambulance Driver Shows Up Drunk A New Jersey volunteer ambulance driver was arrested recently when he showed up responding to an emergency call while drunk, according to police

UCF Bans Greek Activity After Issues with Alcohol

  February 21, 2013   No comments

UCF Bans Greek Activity After Issues with Alcohol The University of Central Florida has decided to ban most fraternity and sorority activities after recent incidents involving alcohol and hazing problems.

Over Half of All Overdoses Come From Prescription Pills

  February 20, 2013   No comments

Over Half of All Overdoses Come From Prescription Pills Though some people seem to think that prescription drugs are less dangerous than street drugs like cocaine or heroine, the facts

Drug Addiction Often Begins from Wanting to Numb Pain

  February 19, 2013   No comments

Drug Addiction Often Begins from Wanting to Numb Pain Experts agree that many drug addictions begin with a desire to numb pain, especially in young people. And the easy availability

FTC to Four Loko: Change Its Packaging

  February 18, 2013   No comments

FTC to Four Loko: Change Its Packaging The Federal Trade Commission has ordered the makers of Four Loko, a popular mix of energy drink and alcoholic beverage, to change their