Last Crewman From ‘Cocaine Ship’ Bust at Philadelphia Port Sentenced to More Than 7 Years in Prison

Last Crewman From ‘Cocaine Ship’ Bust at Philadelphia Port Sentenced to More Than 7 Years in Prison

Two years after the smuggling attempt of $1 billion worth of cocaine through the Port of Philadelphia, the final cargo ship crewman charged was sentenced to not less than seven years imprisonment.
Florida Parents Charged With Murder After Toddler Dies From Cocaine, Fentanyl Intoxication

Florida Parents Charged With Murder After Toddler Dies From Cocaine, Fentanyl Intoxication

After the death of a toddler last month from an apparent drug overdose, the Palm Beach County Sheriff's Office in Florida has arrested the parents for murder.
Hundreds of California Recall Ballots, Drugs, Loaded Gun Discovered in Felon’s Car: Police

Hundreds of California Recall Ballots, Drugs, Loaded Gun Discovered in Felon’s Car: Police

California law enforcement was shocked after discovering hundreds of ballots for California Gov. Gavin Newsom's recall election, drugs, and a loaded gun inside a vehicle of a felon who passed out last week.
Chef in Mexico Kills Wife, Cooks Her Arms to Feed to Dogs After He Failed to Swap Her for Drugs

Chef in Mexico Kills Wife, Cooks Her Arms to Feed to Dogs After He Failed to Swap Her for Drugs

Authorities in Mexico arrested a professional chef for allegedly killing and mutilating his wife after he tried to swap her for drugs.
U.S. Customs And Border Protection Agents Train For Possible Immigrant Caravan

Border Patrol Agents Seize $530K Cocaine at International Bridges in Two Separate Field Operations

Agents of the United States Customs and Border Protection (CBP) and the Office of Field Operations (OFO) at the Hidalgo/Pharr/Anzalduas Port of Entry seized during their enforcement actions not less than $530,000 of alleged cocaine in two separate incidents.
Customs Seize $17.6M Worth of Cocaine Hidden Inside Ship Near Puerto Rico

Customs Seize $17.6M Worth of Cocaine Hidden Inside Ship Near Puerto Rico

Customs officials confiscated a total of 1,299 pounds of cocaine with an estimated value of $17.6 million inside a vessel that was intercepted near Puerto Rico.
Texas Department Of Public Safety Patrols Border Along Rio Grande River

Car Crash Leads to Discovery of Over $3M Worth of Cocaine

The supposed rescue after a two-vehicle crash in the South Texas area was turned into a seizure after authorities discovered more than $3 million worth of cocaine inside one of the vehicles, authorities confirmed Thursday.
Methamphetamine Confiscated by Customs Border Protection

Methamphetamine Confiscated by Customs Border Protection

Methamphetamine, disguised as spinach, costing more than a million, confiscated by the U.S. Customs and Protection Officers,
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Illegal Substances Uncovered by Feds in Tunnel Under the US-Mexico Border

Opioids, meth, and cocaine were found by US border authorities in a secret tunnel beneath the border.
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Daughter of a Mexican Drug Lord Arrested in DC

Her brother El Menchito, a forty-one recognized Cartel Leader operating in the United States, was to attend the court hearing.
The sad saga of the Fishers continues.

Carrie Fisher Had Cocaine In Her System At Time of Death

The "Star Wars" icon experienced a relapse before her death.

SALUD: Red Ribbon Week Brings Awareness, Education to Drug-Related Violence

Red Ribbon Week, an annual campaign centered on alcohol, tobacco, drug and violence prevention awareness, was sparked by the abduction, torture and murder of Mexican-born DEA agent Enrique "Kiki" Camarena in 1985. Observed during the last week of October, Red Ribbon Week shines a light on the sweeping damage done by drugs, which destroys communities and the youth dwelling within it.
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Obama Issues Presidential Memorandum: US, Colombia Drug Interdiction Assistance Continues While Central America Stuggles

President Barack Obama issued a presidential memorandum continuing the U.S. drug interdiction assistance program with the government of Colombia. A similar program for Central American countries, however, may be difficult to execute.
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Snapchat Online: CEO Evan Spiegel Apologizes for Frat Emails

Snapchat CEO Evan Spiegel apologized Friday for a set of raunchy emails that were leaked to the public earlier this week, which he wrote to his fraternity brothers years ago while attending Stanford University.
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San Diego Authorities Crack Down on Internet Drug Sales: Dealers Sold Using Code Names on Facebook and Craiglist

A five-month long undercover investigation has led officers of the San Diego County Sheriff's Department to crackdown hard on drug dealers who have been using the Internet to push products and attack customers.
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Zac Efron Punched in the Face by a Skid Row Homeless Man

American heartthrob Zac Efron is the news again after he was "violently socked in the mouth by a sketchy transient," TMZ reports.
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