Wilmington’s Gun Squad unit arrested Zuikira Williams, 24, on Saturday around 9:10 p.m. after an ongoing investigation.
Police in Philadelphia are investigating an apparent dogfighting ring in the Germantown neighborhood of the city.
In late December 2012, Lansdale Police received information that an employee from Lansdale Meats & Deli in Hatfield named “Leon” was involved in selling marijuana.
The incident happened around 11 p.m. on Sunday, when casino security received a call from Brandon K. Buchanan, 28, of Wilmington.
A Wilmington couple was arrested after police found an arsenal of guns and more than 5,000 bags of heroin in their possession.
Jeffrey “Jazzy” Jones of Camden will also have to serve 12 years of supervised release once he’s freed from prison.
Officers at the scene arrested three men at the scene after they found heroin bagged for distribution and cash.
Police in Wilmington are crediting a resident’s complaint with aiding in their arrest of a convicted felon.
The New Jersey Supreme Court has ruled that taking illegal, addictive drugs during pregnancy is not a form of child abuse.
Police in Atlantic City have announced a number of arrests after a lengthy investigation revealed several local convenience stores were selling male enhancement drugs marketed as “dietary supplements.”
A federal judge on Thursday sentenced Jason Stetser for his role in a scheme to steal drugs and money and plant evidence in a scandal that resulted in 200 drug charges being dropped because of possibly tainted evidence.
Reading police found the children on Tuesday when they raided a suspected drug house after getting complaints from neighbors.
An investigation into the illegal sale of prescription drugs in Gloucester Township led to the arrest of two brothers who are now charged with dealing.
Millions of Americans take medication to lower blood pressure, and a new study shows those drugs could also be helping the brain. 3 On Your Side Health Reporter Stephanie Stahl has more on the new research.
There is no doubt that people prone to excess gambling, drinking or drug use can switch from one vice to another. Those who do this are said to have addictive personalities. And now, researchers are trying to determine a physical cause.