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Man ‘raped and murdered his own mother whilst high on cocaine’, court told

Mr Laws told the court: “The evidence suggests she was attacked while she was in bed asleep. It was a surprise attack. She stood no chance against …

Police find meth lab in Marathon parking lot

When Lafayette police were called to investigate a report of subjects “shooting up” in the 9th and Ferry Marathon Station parking lot at about 7:19 p.m. Sunday, drugs and paraphernalia weren’t the only things they found. According to a press release from LPD, officers also found an active meth lab. The Indiana State Police Meth Suppression Team was called in to dismantle the lab, and two suspects were arrested.

Sabrina Allen and Michael Budde face multiple charges, including manufacturing methamphetamine, possession of methamphetamine and possession of drug paraphernalia. They were transported to the Tippecanoe County Jail, according to the release.

Stratford police issue warning about drug called ‘shatter’

Stratford police say shatter, as well as methamphetamine, cocaine, marijuana and prescription medication were seized by the Street Crime Unit on …

Burglars Mistook Cremated Remains For Cocaine! WTF!


A trio of teenage burglars who stole cash, jewelry, electronics, and prescription drugs from a Missouri residence also thought they got away with a stash of cocaine they found in a wooden box, only to later discover that the powder was actually the cremated remains of the homeowner’s father, police report.

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Alliance man called 911 saying his wife stole his cocaine

Police here said Robert Daniel Collins, 39, of Alliance was in the Stark County Jail until Thursday. Police say Collins called 911 on …

DEA agent warns rabbits get dangerously high on weed!

Silly rabbit — weed is for adults ages 21 and older located in Colorado, Washington, Alaska or D.C.

As part of the recent trend of legal medical and recreational marijuana, the state of Utah is considering a bill that would allow edible medical marijuana to be used to treat select debilitating conditions.

The Utah state legislature held a panel on the issue last week, in which Drug Enforcement Agent Matt Fairbanks discussed in grave detail the dangers of stoned rabbits, as part of a warning of how growing the herb can negatively effect the environment.

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NYPD ‘Cop of the Year’ busted with 22 LBS. of cocaine in S. Florida!

Phillip LeRoy

A decorated New York City cop failed Wednesday to talk his way out of jail while he fights federal charges that he took part in a $200,000 drug deal in South Florida.

“Utterly ridiculous,” was what a federal judge called the story offered by Phillip LeRoy on how he wound up in the middle of a cocaine sting — involving more than 22 pounds of the drug — in Sunrise last month. The judge ordered LeRoy locked up without bond until trial.

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Former Playboy model jailed in Australia for role in drug smuggling ring


Former Playboy model Brandi Brandt was sentenced to up to six years in prison Friday for being part of a drug smuggling ring that brought cocaine to Australia.

Brandt, who was once married to Motley Crue bassist Nikki Sixx, pleaded guilty in April to a charge of conspiring to import drugs. Prosecutors said she was part of a drug syndicate that hid packages of cocaine on Qantas and United Airlines passenger planes that flew from California to Sydney in 2007.

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Police warn about synthetic drug called spice

Police in Manchester are warning about an alarming spike in overdoses from the suspected consumption of a synthetic drug called spice.

Police said Tuesday that they responded to five overdoses and at least 15 more people were brought to area hospitals for overdose symptoms within the last 24 hours.

Authorities say calls for service related to spice overdoses continued throughout the day.

Spice is sold in stores as incense. But police say the product — a mixture of herbs and spices typically sprayed with a synthetic compound chemically similar to THC — is often smoked.

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