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Georgia Firefighters Helped Drug Dealers, Feds Say

June 17, 2014
Two Spalding County, Ga., firefighters — including a battalion chief — have been indicted, accused of warning drug dealers about police activity.

New Orleans Program Helps Vets Who Commit Minor Crimes

November 11, 2013
The idea is to help veterans with substance-abuse and mental-health issues turn their lives around by taking advantage of the social services available to them through the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs.

AG Holder Changes Drug-Sentencing Rules

August 12, 2013
Federal prosecutors will no longer seek mandatory minimum sentences for nonviolent drug offenders, part of a broad new effort to focus on violent crimes and national security while reducing the nation's gigantic prison population, U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder said Monday.

Former Arizona Deputies Indicted for Drug Ripoff

June 6, 2011
The U.S. Attorney’s Office for the District of Arizona announced today the unsealing of superseding indictment charging two former Pima County Deputy Sheriffs for a conspiracy to steal money that they believed was the proceeds of drug trafficking, and for the attempted acquisition and distribution of narcotics.

Oregon Heroin Traffickers Sentenced to Federal Prison

September 30, 2010
Two cousins from Medford, Ore., were sentenced to federal prison on Monday for leading a heroin trafficking organization in the Rogue Valley. Heroin-related arrests and overdoses in the Medford community have steadily increased since the organization established itself.

51 Surenos Arrested In California Narcotics Sting

August 6, 2010
With the combined forces of Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA), Santa Barbara County Sheriff and Santa Maria Sheriff, an investigation to identify and eliminate drug trafficking of street gangs has resulted in the seizure of numerous pounds of cocaine, marijuana, firearms and methamphetamine.

Top PCP Distributor In D.C. Gets Life Sentence

August 6, 2010
Lonnell Glover, 48, was sentenced to life imprisonment for his role as leader of a Phencyclidine (PCP) and heroin distribution organization in the District of Columbia and Maryland. With two years of investigation, the FBI revealed that Glover was one of the largest regional suppliers of PCP and heroin in the area.

Sell-Crack-or-Die Defense is Now 0 for 2

October 16, 2009
Rigoberto Valle testified recently in San Francisco court that he was told that he must sell crack or face death by gun or knife. The jury didn't buy the Honduran immigrant's "sell crack or die" defense, convicting him. Soon he'll be sentenced, and probably deported.

M.M.C. Narcotic Identification Tests

March 1, 2007
MMC is the manufacturer of MMC Narcotic Identification Tests. There are many advantages to using the MMC Tests to detect narcotics. Because they don’t use dangerous liquid reagents or acid neutralizers, the tests don’t pose environmental risks.
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