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Off-Duty Mass. Detective Helps Revive Overdose Victim

October 2, 2013
Barnstable Police Detective Richard Morse was waiting on a sidewalk holding a cup of coffee when a car pulled up in front of him and a woman threw open the driver's side door screaming for help.

Police: Pa. Woman Asked Cop for Heroin

March 26, 2013
A Shamokin, Pa., woman flagged down a city police officer Saturday to ask him for help getting a "fix" of heroin. Patrolman Raymond Siko II told Arlina Alves, 49, that he was a police officer.

Task Force Busts Calif. Heroin Ring

May 16, 2012
A joint-agency task force arrested 12 suspects and seized nine guns, as officers served arrest warrants Tuesday on members of a Northern California heroin distribution ring operated by NorteƱo gang members.

Jury Convicts Afghan Trafficker with Taliban Ties

March 14, 2012
An Afghan national who distributed nearly 20 percent of the world's heroin in 2006 and supported the Taliban was convicted Tuesday and faces a 20-year prison sentence.

Task Force Busts N.Y. Heroin Trafficking Ring

March 13, 2012
The federal government Tuesday indicted 20 members of a New York-area drug trafficking ring that brought 20 kilograms of heroin valued at $2.75 million to street-level dealers in Queens and Long Island in the past nine months.

Homeboys and the Return of Heroin

September 27, 2011
Heroin's old dirty image is being revamped to appeal to the younger generation. Heroin that is smokable or snortable can be marketed to avoid the old associations with dirty hypodermic needles.
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