No “butts” about it – one Gloucester Township man had a very uncomfortable ride to the hospital.
Inside the residence, they found a .357 caliber Taurus “Magnum” handgun, 22.2 grams of crack-cocaine, 23 grams of marijuana, a digital scale, numerous boxes of ammunition and $460 in suspected drug money.
Officials say the new policy does not legalize marijuana use or possession, but it allows law enforcement to focus on more serious offenses.
Authorities say a fifth suspect, 25-year-old Brandon Jones, also of Camden, remains at large.
Police say last April, Patricia Davenport took her 15-year-old daughter into the kitchen of the Harleysville apartment where they formerly lived, introducing her to the deadly drug heroin, which she snorted.
Keenan Johnson faces up to 40 years in prison after pleading guilty to conspiring to distribute more than 100 grams of heroin.
They are a bluish green color with a capital “M” with a box around it on one side and the number 30 on the other side.
Take a look at your co-workers, because apparently, one in every ten might have needed weed to get them through the work day.
New Jersey’s Acting Attorney General has released an indictment charging 42 people with first-degree racketeering as part of a violent drug ring that was brought down in November of last year after 20 years of running some of the most lucrative drug markets in Camden.
As officers approached the juvenile, he threw a plastic bag on the ground. That bag contained 25 bags of heroin.
An accidental “butt-dial” on your cell phone usually leads to a funny conversation later with the person you called.
Oaksterdam University is offering the seminar – with potential for certification – at Bally’s casino from Aug. 23-26.
A former US Airways baggage claim handler was sentenced this week to 11 years in prison for his role in a violent drug gang including using his position with the airline to help smuggle drugs and money.
A worker at a McDonald’s on the Main Line was doing more than flipping burgers, police say.
A Philadelphia man has admitted his role in a major southern New Jersey drug distribution network.