Arkansas women says brother fed her a “meth sandwich” following arrest
Arkansas siblings Elizabeth Catlett, 29, and Don Furr, 33, face drug-related charges following the former’s accusation that her brother fed her a “meth sandwich.”
Colombian smugglers use cocaine as rafts to stay afloat following shipwreck
The men have now been turned over to federal prosecutors, where they are expected to face charges of drug manufacturing, trafficking, and possession.
B.C. RCMP investigate reports of multiple campus druggings at fraternities
“The information shared online is being taken very seriously and will be fully investigated,” UBC vice-president of students Ainsley Carry said in a statement.
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“We must stop treating drug addiction as a criminal issue,” May said. “This is a national health emergency.”
Trucker arrested at U.S.-Canada border for allegedly smuggling $6M of cocaine
A Canadian truck driver coming across the Windsor-Detroit Ambassador Bridge has been arrested for allegedly attempting to illegally smuggle over 6 million dollars worth of cocaine into Canada.
Three small children in hospital after being poked by syringe near Toronto school
Toronto police say three small children were taken to hospital following their discovery of used syringes near a Roncesvalles elementary school early on Wednesday.
Fake physician and doctor prescribe hundreds of thousands of opioids
According to the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ), Arif posed as a physician at an unregistered clinic to run his “pill mill” operation, along with other co-conspirators between September 2015 through February 2016.
U.S. pharmaceutical company to pay $15.4 million following illegal kickback scheme
These kickbacks came in the form of “lavish dinner and entertainment” between 2009-2013. This was done to persuade doctors to prescribe the company’s drug, H.P. Acthar Gel (Acthar), to patients.
RCMP bust sixteen in connection to Newfoundland drug trafficking operation
According to police, nineteen criminal investigations comprised Project Bullfight, which were sequentially completed over a five-day period leading to the arrests of 16 individuals, three of which were already wanted on warrants.
Saskatchewan RCMP seize $750,000 in drugs from North Battleford home
Following the investigation, officers executed a search warrant on the residence wherein they found a large quantity of narcotics and more than 30 weapons, with the drugs seized valued at approximately $750,000.