A remarkable study, conducted by Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia physicians, takes a look at the lives of babies born addicted to crack and compares their progress to children from the same socioeconomic background that were not exposed to cocaine.
A former New Jersey mail carrier who used her daily route to move cocaine shipments in falsely addressed packages has been sentenced to nearly four years in prison.
These shoes were made for…smuggling cocaine?!
Officials say a man was arrested for smuggling $300,000 worth of cocaine into Newark Liberty International Airport from Peru.
The New Jersey Supreme Court has ruled that taking illegal, addictive drugs during pregnancy is not a form of child abuse.
Police in Delaware arrested and charged a man Friday afternoon after locating cocaine and marijuana hidden in his prosthetic leg.
Philadelphia police seized more than $1 million worth of heroin from a Northeast Philadelphia home Tuesday night, according to investigators.
A New Jersey man famous for winning several wing eating titles is behind bars facing drug charges.
Authorities say the distribution ring sent couriers via the New Jersey Turnpike from New York to Philadelphia, to bring the cocaine by car or SUV in secret, specially installed compartments to points in Northeast Philadelphia and elsewhere.
Twenty-five-year-old Roumik Banerjee of Kennett Square, Pa., entered the plea on Tuesday.
The Pennsylvania Attorney General says a former Hatboro police detective is under arrest accused of using his position of authority to steal evidence and use confidential informants to buy drugs for his personal use.
Police in Philadelphia are searching for two fugitives they say are connected to the homicide of a nine-month-old baby last year.
What started out as a typical bag inspection by officers on Sunday turned into an historic discovery in the three duffel bags arriving on a flight from Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic.
Authorities say they’ve removed some 1,400 packets of synthetic drugs labeled as “bath salts” and similar products from shops on the Wildwood boardwalk.
At the top of the ladder are brothers Anthony and Michael Dennis and James Adams, who prosecutors say supplied cocaine to mid-level drug dealers who in turn sold the product on the streets of Chester and Montgomery counties and the city of Philadelphia.