Think lighting up a joint every now and then is harmless? New research out of Northwestern University and Massachusetts General Hospital/Harvard Medical School appears to dispute that belief.
U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) has seized yet another illegal khat shipment at the international courier express facility near Philadelphia International Airport.
There is no doubt that there is a problem with the abuse of prescription pain medications in our country. But for some people these medications are necessary.
New Jersey’s U.S. attorney’s office says those charged are allegedly members and suppliers of an organization that distributed heroin and cocaine throughout Monmouth and Ocean counties.
The arrests are the result of “Operation China White,” a joint investigation led by New Jersey State Police, the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration and the New Jersey Division of Criminal Justice.
Officials hope it will help battle an epidemic of drug overdoses and deaths.
Burlington County police say a number of agencies assisted in the two joint operations.
Police chased the suspect upstairs, and he then jumped from the second-floor window to the ground.
Twenty-five-year-old Justin Bodman and 23-year-old Crystle L. Kotenko were arrested after an investigation revealed they were dealing heroin and prescription drugs out of the Best Western at 1800 East Lebanon Road in Dover.
State police are investigating a report that a woman smuggled drug-filled balloons to her western Pennsylvania inmate boyfriend by passing them mouth-to-mouth during a kiss.
The officer, 42-year-old Robertito Fontan, was accused of lying to investigators about his romantic relationship with one of the police department’s confidential informants.
The seizure was made on Monday at the UPS express consignment facility near Philadelphia International Airport.
Leach, while fully supporting the general legalization of marijuana, is working on a bill that would legalize a medical form of the drug to treat epileptic seizures.
Narcotics may be the only humane way to deal with severe pain at the end of life.
For the second time in less than a month, U.S. Customs officers have seized more than 100 pounds of khat near Philadelphia Airport.